Oh No, My Phone Got wet! These Tips Might Just Save Your Phone’s Life

Oh No, My Phone Got wet! These Tips Might Just Save Your Phone’s Life So you dropped your phone in the toilet, you knocked a glass of water onto it or you jumped into a pool and forgot it was in your pocket. There are a million different reasons how you phone ended up soaking wet but when it happens after the immediate panic you need a plan on Read More

Cyber security: Prevention tips

The invention of mobile technology is making it easier for employees to stay productive and be easily accessible for work-related issues when away from the office. However, as the use of devices, such as smartphones and tablets increase, so does the threat to the security of your company’s data. Depending upon the level of the cyber-attack, a Read More

Understanding the Basics of Life Insurance

Life insurance comprises an important part of your financial plan for the future. The concept of life insurance may make you feel uncomfortable, considering the implications. However, it could very well be a life saver for your family in the event of your early demise. Like any other insurance policy, life coverage entails paying monthly Read More

Rotary’s Rubber Ducky Derby on April 26th

Have you experienced a Rubber Ducky Derby? If not, it is an event you do not want to miss. On April 26, thousands of rubber ducks will be released in the waterways at Patriots’ Park in Tarrytown and race toward the finish line. This year’s Rotary Rubber Ducky Derby is a fundraising race to help Rotary support local Tarrytown community programs, Read More

Understanding the Dangers of Electric Shock Drowning

Spring is here, which means it’s time to get those boats out and ready to get in the water. Registrations probably need to be renewed and insurance is a must! However, it is also a time to become aware of the dangers of electric shock drowning. Ultimately, the best precautionary measure you can take as a boat owner is to have your boat tested on Read More

The Historical Society in Tarrytown Takes You Back to the Roaring 20’s on April 24th

The Historical Society of Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow, New York, will take you back to the Roaring 20s with their "Speakeasy Soiree" on April 24. The Lodge at Hudson Harbor will host this major Spring fundraiser. Serving Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown, The Historical Society was originally founded in 1889. Dedicated to the appreciation of the Read More

Senate Joins House in Passing Flood Insurance Bill

The Senate agreed with the House, which passed H.R. 3370, the Homeowner Flood Affordability Act, to rescind the massive flood insurance premium increases scheduled to double, triple or quadruple the cost of this protection. The Act, sponsored by Senator Menendez (D-New Jersey) and Representative Michael Grimm (R-New York), will curb the revisions Read More