Visit the Haverstraw Farmers Market. … More Haverstraw’s Farmers Market
Ascending the front porch stairs and entering the antechamber of Casa Hudson (Haverstraw, N.Y.) elicits the same feeling of anticipation as one experiences as he or she moves through the warren of passageways and staircases at Grand Central before emerging into the Great Hall of the upper concourse. Before you pass the threshold, you can sense something … More Casa Hudson: An Upstate Penzione
This article was previously and originally featured in the Rockland County Times. Photos by Thomas McGuire. To find a true, growing and bustling economy in Rockland County, one must look to the 19th century. Prior to Euclidean zoning rules, which effectively ended real economic growth in the suburbs and thereby forcing further dependency on New … More The Garnerville Company Town
The deadliest man-made disaster to strike Haverstraw was the the Great 1906 Landslide, which claimed the lives of 19 while they were sleeping on the night of January 8, 1906. The ground beneath their homes gave way and slid into the adjacent excavation pit as the Village’s brick making companies routinely undermined the Village of … More Headlines from the Great 1906 Landslide
HaverstrawLife welcomes Debbie Ali as a new contributor to the site. Debbie recently moved with her family from Queens to the Village of Haverstraw. Keep an eye out for new posts by Debbie as she explores Haverstraw, the arts and the Hudson Valley. Read more about Debbie after the jump.
The Haverstraw RiverArts Festival is returning to the Village’s Waterfront District. The festival will feature a diverse music set, a live art event, boutique and craft vendors, a food truck corral and beer garden hosted by restaurant 16 Front Street. The historic schooner Pioneer will dock at Emeline Park and offer rides during the festival. … More Haverstraw RiverArts Festival 2016