Peekskill Names Matt Alexander Interim City Manager

Matt Alexander shall exercise the powers and perform the duties of the City Manager set forth within the City Charter. Read more »

Autism Achievers to be Honored April 24

Five people will receive certificates at Peekskill Youth Bureau April 24 at 1 p.m., in recognition of their achievements. Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Cortlandt Issues Police Reform Report

The Town does not have its own police force, but the people of Cortlandt sought to have their voice heard. Read more »

Free Training for Clean Energy Jobs

Town of Cortlandt Councilman James Creighton has been working with members of the community to help bring a worker training event to the area to assist the Indian Point workers who will... Read more »

W-O-M-A-N 

Any guy who tells you Adam’s descendants are inherently superior to Eve’s is one of two things: drunk or delusional. Or both. C’mon, man. How much more proof do we need that it just ain’t the case.   Brawn never has impressed me... Read more »

The Incurious American

If you’ve logged a decent number of miles, chances are “The Ugly American” is a familiar phrase. Derived from the title of a landmark 1950s bestseller about America’s misadventures in Southeast Asia, it soon became a redolent epiphet that... Read more »

Honesty

Billy Joel calls it “a lonely word.” “Everyone is so untrue,” he sings.   His meaning is romantic, and sorry if I wax pedantic, but it is hard to shake the feeling that Honesty is an endangered virtue.   I can... Read more »

There’s No More Business for this Show Business

When I saw All Shook Up at Westchester Broadway Theatre (WBT) on its opening night last March 12, who among us enjoying the jukebox musical about the birth of rock ‘n’ roll, would have imagined... Read more »

Manzer & Friends Raising Funds to Feed Peekskill & Cortlandt Essential Workers

DONATE HERE Chapman “Chappy” Manzer of Manzer’s Landscape Design & Development, Inc., Luis Segarra and Rohan Defreitas of The Crescent Companies, and Jason Chiaramonte of  Joseph F. Nardone Funeral Home are coming... Read more »

Reality TV of the Realest 

The realest kind of reality TV was seen in Croton-on-Hudson a couple weeks ago. Broadcast on the Zoom channel, it was a Community Conversation on Diversity & Inclusion in our Schools, hosted by the Croton-Harmon school district in alliance with the NYU Steinhardt Center for Strategic... Read more »