Irvington Student’s Efforts Helps Feed and Equip the Local Community

From a young age, Jonah Goldberg has been passionate about making positive strides against food insecurity. Now a senior at Irvington High School, Goldberg is putting his desire for social […] Read more »

Student Athlete of the Month: Gwen McManus

Gwen McManus has been a soccer player nearly her entire life. But as much as soccer has been a part of her upbringing, she’s never let academics get pushed aside […] Read more »

Patriots FC Girls’ Soccer Team Wins U18 National Championship in Florida 

Back in February, River Journal published a story about Patriots FC, a girls soccer club team made up of student-athletes mostly from Irvington, Ardsley, and Hastings-on-Hudson.    At the time, the […] Read more »

War Hero Anthony Paolantonio Remembered in Tarrytown  

This past Memorial Day, the Village of Tarrytown remembered the life of a local war hero for his bravery during World War II.   Anthony Paolantonio was a B-24 bomber in […] Read more »

Five Ossining High School Students to Compete at National STEM Event  

Ossining is finding itself on the national stage – and this month in Dallas, Texas, years of hard work in the lab and classroom will be put to the test.    […] Read more »

Food for Love: Dancing for Animals

Liz Peterson has been a dance teacher for more than 30 years. And as long as she can remember, she’s been a passionate advocate for animals.   Along the way, those […] Read more »

Energizing the Move to Solar Power

Throughout Northern Westchester, solar energy continues to make inroads for both residential and community use.    “The village has been a big proponent for solar energy,” said Bryan Healy, Village Manager […] Read more »

Westchester Soccer Club Embracing the Underdog Mentality

On the soccer pitch, what matters more: talent, teamwork, or tenacity?   For Patriots FC, a Westchester-based girls soccer club, it’s been all three of those factors that have directly contributed […] Read more »

Greenburgh Seeks First Youth Poet Laureate 

Art has a way of bringing a community together to spark thought, inspire others, and sometimes, even create change for the better.    The town of Greenburgh is aiming to accomplish […] Read more »

RiverWalk Stretches from Sleepy Hollow’s Past to its Future

About 100 yards from the Hudson River sits a pile of soil in the middle of a fenced-off construction site. If you drive further through this barren area, you’ll find […] Read more »