Stress Injury Didn’t Stress Out Resilient Runner Lauren Rogers 

Briarcliff High School track star Lauren Rogers had a stress reaction early in her sophomore year of spring track and was out for the remainder of the season. She  entered the fall of her junior year on the cross-country team, but the injury quickly... Read more »

Scholar Athlete of the Month – Daniel de Castro

Briarcliff’s  Daniel de Castro Runs His Life Like Clockwork   This fall, Briarcliff High School’s Class of 2020 valedictorian Daniel de Castro will start his freshman year at Harvard College.   To maintain his academic excellence, Daniel smartly manages his time to the extent that his friends... Read more »

Scholar Athlete of the Month – Ryan Flanagan

From a young age, Ryan Flanagan has been active in sports, academics, and the community. Now in his senior year at Irvington High School, he is captain of the cross country and track teams, a National Merit... Read more »

Scholar Athlete of the Month – Skylar Holliday

Juggling academics and athletics can be a challenge for any student, but adding a strong community presence takes a degree of dedication that is rare. However, dedication and motivation are two characteristics that Skylar Holliday has demonstrated from a young age. As... Read more »

Business Milestones-Eclipse Salon Celebrates Over 20 Years of Service

This June will mark the 22nd anniversary of Eclipse Salon, located on North Broadway in Tarrytown, a salon that offers treatments for hair, body and nails, and has won the prestigious “Best... Read more »

Scholar Athlete of the Month – Alana Lombardi

Alana Lombardi will be graduating from Briarcliff High School this spring, and her absence will likely be felt on the court, where she is the all-time leading scorer for her school among all players from... Read more »

Emergency Responder Course Offered at Irvington High School

As a prospective student of medicine, Zoe Jacobs was looking for more ways to get involved in the medical community. She had already done some volunteer work and shadowed doctors, but wanted more. She was particularly interested in taking an EMT... Read more »

Scholar Athlete of the Month: Julia Iorio 

  Entering into her final season as shooting guard for Ossining High School girl’s basketball, Julia Iorio is a player who not only stands out on the court, but also in her community. Last season, Julia... Read more »

The Dogs of Irvington Calendar: Class of 2020 is Now Available

As young 5th graders with a passion for animals, Nicole Abbattista and Kelsey McGuire wanted to volunteer at Pet’s Alive in Elmsford, but with the minimum age for dog walking being 18,... Read more »

Where Local Government and Classic Rock Meet 

Blending two worlds is not always easy, and it certainly isn’t always expected, especially when the two realms happen to be classic rock and local government. However, Anthony Giaccio is not only... Read more »