Developer Plans Active Senior Housing for Colonial Terrace Property 

The site of the ballroom that launched a thousand marriages could provide many of those couples a place to live locally for active seniors entering retirement.  The owners of Colonial Terrace, congenial hosts to thousands […] Read more »

The Unkindest Cut of All? If State Trims School Budgets by 20%  

While some public health officials warn of a coming second wave of coronavirus this fall, school officials face the uncertainty of a wave of state budget cuts that could cost […] Read more »

Peekskill Remembers 9-11 Heroes

Peekskill residents marked the 19th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center at their annual ceremony held at the memorial at Riverfront Green. Several hundred […] Read more »

Keeping the Lights on with the ‘Green New Deal’  

Life After Indian Point  The lower Hudson Valley region in May is starting its own version of the “green new deal,” as Indian Point shuts down one unit, and a […] Read more »

The ‘MOD’ Squad Has Designs on Cortlandt

One resident questioned how the new district would improve healthcare in the area. Read more »