Free Resource Connects Community to Quality Childcare

Childcare costs are often the largest household expense. Parents struggle to find quality, reliable, affordable care, and many are unaware The Child Care Council of Westchester (the Council) serves as […] Read more »

Lesley Phillips Brightens Blythedale Patients with Light and Color

Croton-on-Hudson artist Lesley Phillips has been painting since childhood. “I just kept coming back to it, trying to master it. I am still learning, but with each painting I feel […] Read more »

WASS Wishes Wheelabrator Was Out of Business

[Editor’s Note: This article includes responses from Wheelabrator to specific points about its practices and outcomes.]  Peekskill’s Westchester Alliance for Sustainable Solutions (WASS) is calling for the closure of the […] Read more »

There’s Heart Healthy, and Now there’s Art Healthy

Imagery in a hospital environment aims to be calming, peaceful, joyful, inspiring, hopeful, colorful and bright, allowing patients, visitors and staff to take an emotional vacation, as they move through the hospital... Read more »

Cortlandt Playwright’s ‘Angels Among Us’ Touches Down in Yorktown

Elise Milner believes some people enter our life and change it for a moment — or for a lifetime. That is the premise of Angels Among Us, written by the […] Read more »

Mothering Mom

When Mom’s legs weakened, she struggled with waning independence. I struggled to accept that the woman who had held my hand when I took my first steps needed help taking […] Read more »