Statement from the Landmark Diner Owner – “We Will Rebuild”

Following is a statement from the Thanos Restaurant Group. Today has been a difficult day for the Landmark Diner team and the entire Thanos Restaurant Group family.  This morning, a raging fire... Read more »

The Enclave at Rye Celebrates Milestone Birthday for Beloved Resident

  PARTNER CONTENT The Enclave at Rye Rehabilitation and Nursing Center is excited to celebrate an upcoming milestone birthday for their beloved resident Jean Camillo. A Westchester county native, Camillo has been... Read more »

Transfiguration School Graduates 10 Local Students

Congratulations to the 8th grade graduating class of The Transfiguration School in Tarrytown. This year’s class features 10 students, including five from Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown. Sleepy Hollow’s Sabrina Sullivan was named... Read more »

WIHD Child Welfare Program Seeks Donations of Toys, Games and Books

WIHD’s Child Welfare program served 450 children and their birth, foster and adoptive families in 2018.  Westchester Institute for Human Development’s Child Welfare Program is asking for donations of new toys, games... Read more »

Free Seminar for First-Time Homebuyers Set for June 18

In an effort to help first-timers navigate the home ownership process from consideration to contract, Tompkins Mahopac Bank (TMB) has teamed up with Hudson River Housing, Inc. to host a First-time Home... Read more »

Hastings School Working to Bring Nature to Seniors

In Hastings on Hudson, there is a project-based school called Hudson Lab School (our school) and we have an Intergenerational Program. That is because we are located in the Andrus on Hudson skilled... Read more »

Pollinators: The David to the Climate Change Goliath 

In the past few months there’s been much gloomy news about the state of the planet. The UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change gives us 10 years to turn things around (or that’s... Read more »

Cheers to 25 Years! – The Foundation for the Public Schools of the Tarrytowns Celebrates its Silver Anniversary

  We are excited to celebrate the 25th anniversary of The Foundation for the Public Schools of the Tarrytowns, a non–profit organization established to enhance educational experiences throughout the District. The celebration culminates on April 13th with... Read more »

New Women’s Networking Group Meets in Tarrytown

The inaugural Rivertown Women’s Networking program was held on January 29th at the Shames JCC with over 25 women in attendance. This initiative aims to engage women from diverse backgrounds to facilitate... Read more »