Chappaqua, New York is a part of the town of New Castle in Westchester County, New York. In 1846 when the New York and Harlem Railroad crossed through Chappaqua, businesses flourished around the train station and became the center of town. With the railroad back and forth to Grand Central Station brought the daily commuters, one of which was Chappaqua's most famous historical resident: Horace Greeley. Horace Greeley was a very successful editor of the New York Tribune and a presidential candidate in the 1872 election. Chappaqua is also home to the Clintons, actress Vanessa Williams and Kiss' lead guitarist Ace Frehley.
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