Visit the Haverstraw Farmers Market. … More Haverstraw’s Farmers Market
It’s time to celebrate Haverstraw’s Second Annual Juneteenth, a celebration commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States! … More Juneteenth and the Forgotten: Haverstraw’s Underground Railroad
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
Looking for some good eats, but still waiting for that Friday paycheck? Well look no more! Rockland County is coming up with some cool new ways to make eating out stress-free and budget friendly. … More Get Your Foodie on in Rockland County
Mayor Kohut, a resident of the village of Haverstraw, and successfully carries out a dual role as both a government official, and an active member of the community. HaverstrawLife got an inside scoop into the life of Mayor Kohut, both in and outside of the office! … More Community Spotlight: Mayor Michael Kohut
Lucas Candies, the oldest Chocolate Shop in New York State, celebrated their 120th anniversary by handmaking traditional candy canes. … More Lucas Candies Celebrates 120 Years With Famous Handmade Candy Canes!
Today is National Cupcake Day! Yes, seriously, there is such a thing. And the best place to celebrate in the Lower Hudson Valley is Bella Sophia Sugar Crafts in Haverstraw. The dessert parlor and bakery sells their mouth-watering (and gorgeous) desserts, hosts classes to create your own, and takes orders for more substantial treats (like wedding cakes; Bella is renowned for their cakes and have been featured on The Knot, etc.). … More Celebrate National Cupcake Day at Bella Sophia Sugar Crafts!
Written by Debbie Ali Emeline Park Pier, Haverstraw Bay, Haverstraw, NY. Photo taken by Debbie Ali. It was a warm mid-summer day when we pulled up to our house, and saw luscious green grass, a beautiful Japanese maple tree, and an enchanting craftsman bungalow with a wrap around porch. This was it. This was … More The Widest Point on the Hudson: From NYC to Haverstraw
A section of the Harbors at Haverstraw waterfront promenade 10 years in the making is now complete. An additional 2 miles of promenade is slated for construction over the next decade. Fios1 news story – Haverstraw Promenade
As part of the Keep Rockland Beautiful-sponsored Great American Cleanup 2013, we will meet for a few hours in the Village (Downtown and the Greenway) to do some spring cleaning. … More Great American Cleanup 2013
Head race on the Hudson River in Haverstraw, N.Y. … More Big Regatta! Sunday, October 14
Jakriborg, Sweden, a medieval village of 500 families and a major tourism destination can fit within a relatively small area in the Village of Haverstraw. Such an exercise in scale really shows how zoning can have such a major impact on the built environment and the economy. How many Jakriborgs can your town fit? Better … More Visualizing Scale & Density
‘Transformed Dog’ painted by artist Andy Golub is now at auction on ebay. To place a bid, go to the ebay listing. As part of a public art project, The Great Painted Paw Brigade, Andy Golub of New York fame painted this fiberglass Boxer in his signature style. Mr. Golub typically paints on live female nudes … More Sculptures Support Rowing & Animal Care Center