READ & LISTEN: Newly Launched Organization for Incarcerated Youth Helping to Heal the Hurt 

Take it from someone who knows both personally and professionally, there is a real need to provide after-care services for formerly incarcerated youth. Barbara King, who has worked as an educator […] Read more »

Heartfelt Art Space Welcomes Artists – and Everyone Else

Down-to-earth, funny, and passionate are three good ways to describe business partners Jane Kang-Lawrence and Monica Carrier. The pair ascribe their co-founding of contemporary art venue Peep Space to nothing less than magical happenstance.   They opened in June in downtown Tarrytown, after having crossed paths a few years ago in typical fashion — through their children – and discovering how […] Read more »

Irvington Teen Faces Civil Suit Over Alleged Theft of Cryptocurrency

A lawsuit alleging the theft of cryptocurrency in the millions of dollars has been brought against Irvington teen Ellis Pinsky, 18, by Michael Terpin, a marketer and advisor to cryptocurrency […] Read more »

Nonprofits in Westchester are Part of the Fabric of our Society, New President Says

The role nonprofit organizations play in the civic and social lives of citizens is often overlooked, with heavier emphasis placed on the domains of government and business. With the election […] Read more »

The Restoration of Historic Odell House

Great enthusiasm and high expectations inspired the crowd of residents attending a lecture on the future of the historic Odell House, in mid-January at the Greenburgh Public Library. Funds from the State […] Read more »

Residents Successful Pitch Lands Westchester its First Cricket Pitch 

A new notch in Westchester’s history was created this summer with the Town of Greenburgh’s installation of a cricket field at Richard Presser Park in Hartsdale. The cricket pitch is the first of its kind in the County and stands […] Read more »

Modern Times, Ethics, and a New-Fangled Approach to Teaching Children 

The Ethical Culture Society of Northern Westchester (ESNW), a humanist congregation dedicated to ethical living, is applying the principles of Narrative Medicine in their Ethics for Children Sunday School Program to help children and their parents navigate the dicey and sometimes […] Read more »

Briarcliff Sets Moratorium on B-Zone Development 

The question of how the Village of Briarcliff Manor will proceed with the development of its vacant business zone (B Zone) properties for now depends on the outcome of a […] Read more »

League of Women Voters of Westchester to Hold Media and Politics Workshop

The League of Women Voters of Westchester (LWVW) will hold a workshop on Media and Politics on May 18th at the Irvington Public Library at 2pm. Free and open to […] Read more »

Great Saw Mill River Cleanup Set For this Weekend

The 10th annual Great Saw Mill River Cleanup will be held on April 13th and 14th from 10 am to 1pm at 8 locations along the waterway from Yonkers to […] Read more »