Local Students Named Semifinalists in 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program

Fourteen high school seniors from Briarcliff High School, Irvington High School and Sleepy Hollow High School were named National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists. One home-schooled student from Sleepy Hollow was also selected as one of the approximately 16,000... Read more »

Briarcliff High School Announces Distinguished Alumni Award Nomination Process

A true measure of a school’s success can be found in the actions, achievements and contributions of its alumni. Briarcliff High School graduates have many outstanding accomplishments and contributions, as well as... Read more »

Irvington High School Seniors Honored as Commended Students

Eight Irvington High School seniors were recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation as Commended Students in the 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program. Oscar Bowring, John Carron, Thomas Flanagan, Kira Gabriel, Alexander... Read more »

Mt. Kisco Stop & Shop Partners with Rehabilitation Through the Arts to Raise Money and Eliminate Plastic Bags

This year, local community non-profits are more in need of support than in any other time in the recent years’ past. Now shoppers can give back to the local community and help... Read more »

Briarcliff Manor Center for Rehabilitation & Nursing Care To host “Classics at the Cliff Car Show”

The Briarcliff Manor Center for Rehabilitation & Nursing Care, in partnership with Trans Ams & Camaros of the Hudson Valley, will be hosting the “Classics at the Cliff Car Show” on Sunday,... Read more »

Irvington-Based LiteMirror to Launch Art Installation At Lyndhurst

LiteMirror, GMM Inc. manufacturers of lightweight, shatterproof mirrors made from an optical and highly reflective film, is launching its first outdoor art installation on the grounds of the Lyndhurst Mansion Estate located... Read more »

New York League of Conservation Voters Gives Harckham a Perfect Environmental Score

New York State Senator Pete Harckham received a perfect, 100 % rating today from the New York League of Conservation Voters (NYLCV) on its just-released 2021 State Environmental Scorecard. “Receiving a perfect... Read more »

Irvington Theater Puts a Spell On Audiences with Sunset Screening of Hocus Pocus

Grab your most gruesome or glorious costume, and join Irvington Theater on October 15! Hocus Pocus, the classic Halloween, will be screened under the stars on the Main Street School Lawn as... Read more »

Yoga Love NY Celebrates Grand Opening at New Studio with Donation to Wounded Veterans Fitness Program

Yoga Love NY, the studio with heart, celebrated the grand opening of their new studio with free, in-person classes Friday, September 17 and Saturday, September 18. Dozens of people signed up to... Read more »

Ossining Students Started School on the Sunny Day after Hurricane Ida

The Ossining School District opened for the first day on Sept. 2, as scheduled, but classes began a few hours late after the remnants of Hurricane Ida blew through the county. A... Read more »