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 »

Scholar Athlete of the Month – Ben Good 

Now in his second year as starting quarterback for Sleepy Hollow High School, junior Ben Good has already amassed over 2,500 passing yards and is one of the driving forces in the rebuilding of the Horseman football... Read more »

Scholar Athlete of the Month – Aidan Daly

Growing up, Aidan Daly didn’t see himself as an ideal athlete or student. He struggled with hand-eye coordination and ADD; however, after years of hard work and dedication both in academics and in backyard... Read more »

Westchester Knicks Look to Build on Last Season’s Success

The two-week Training Camp for the Westchester Knicks will be coming to a close this week at the MSG Training Facility. Their season will begin on Saturday, November 9th at the Westchester... Read more »

Scholar Athlete of the Month: Nolan Lenaghan 

Stepping onto the field as the newest member of the boy’s varsity soccer team, Nolan Lenaghan initially felt nervous attending his first practice. Not only was he small and scrawny, he was also just an 8th grader. To his surprise, rather than be welcomed with hostility, Nolan was immediately accepted... Read more »

Anti-Semite Prosecuted in Westchester  

Two years ago this past August, Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner received three separate threatening emails. All of them bore the same disparaging content, riddled with profanities and anti-Semitic slurs accosting Feiner and his family. While all of the emails were signed as “Anti-Zionist,” an investigation promptly... Read more »