New & Noteworthy: Needles that Heal and Flowers that Bring Joy

Kathryn Duffy Kathryn Duffy Acupuncture After years of working in Manhattan, Dr. Kathryn Duffy was ready for a change in scenery and opened an acupuncture clinic in Peekskill in November […] Read more »

New & Noteworthy: Local Businesses Rock, Ride and Renew 

School of Rock Briarcliff Manor  James Domzalski opened School of Rock Briarcliff Manor in August 2021 after falling in love with the charm of the village. School of Rock’s program starts at age 3 and offers […] Read more »

Developer Enrolls New Class of College ‘Seniors’

What would it be like for a Baby Boomer to return to a college campus not to visit their kids or grandkids, but to live there, as part of a […] Read more »

Hen Hud Alum Cleans up with Sneakers  

When Jesse Breeding played basketball at Hendrick Hudson High School, he would be asked why his sneakers looked brand new even after months of wear and tear.    What the Cortlandt Manor resident’s classmates didn’t know was that he had experimented with an array […] Read more »

Ossining Club Prevails During Pandemic 

Torview Swim and Tennis Club is a member-owned, community pool based in Ossining. Although the club has been around for 65 years, the tucked-in, 13-acre gem is unknown to many, but […] Read more »

Scholar Athlete of the Month: Maxwell Forte  

Irvington senior Maxwell Forte is the definition of dedicated, both on and off the field. Throughout his high school years, Forte balanced track, rigorous coursework, and involvement in his community with diligence and […] Read more »

“Charity Talks” to Leaders of Good Causes 

Irvington High School student Brooke Dunefsky is quite the remarkable teenager. At age sixteen, she decided to dedicate her time to creating a non-profit podcast called “Charity Talks,” where people can learn about charities and the […] Read more »

Gullotta House Grab & Go Feeds Sleepy Hollow Families

On January 28th, Gullotta House spearheaded an effort to provide food for Sleepy Hollow families. Since September, volunteers have helped distribute 350 meals weekly to those in need at W.I. […] Read more »

Sleepy Hollow Teacher Creates Sustainability Card Game  

Sleepy Hollow Middle School science teacher Michael Garguilo has a passion for both educating his students and spreading the message of sustainability. “Environmentalism has always been one of my passions,” stresses […] Read more »

750 Unknown Soldiers Are Newly Saluted – by Name 

American flags that now grace hundreds of gravesites at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery honor previously unidentified Veterans, thanks to the efforts of Eagle Scout candidate Robert Delvecchio of Boy Scout Troop 22 of the Tarrytowns.    With help from the cemetery Superintendent Jim Logan, Robert […] Read more »