Black Leaders Seek Role in Ossining Response to Police Reform Mandate

A group of twenty-three community leaders in Ossining has petitioned the Village Board of Trustees, seeking a seat at the table in the process set forth by Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order 203,... Read more »

Ossining-Based Gullotta House Needs Help to Earn $5000 Community Thrives Award

Currently Ranked 3rd among 572 Non-Profits in USA Today Sponsored Program Founded in May 2015, Gullotta House Inc is an award-winning non-profit. Their mission is helping Westchester residents facing an “immediate hardship... Read more »

Village of Croton-on-Hudson Certified as a Silver Climate Smart Community

One of only seven such designated communities in the state by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. On September 24, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) announced... Read more »

Burke Rehabilitation Hospital Launches Community Garden

Volunteers planted a variety of starter plants from Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture Burke Rehabilitation Hospital launched its Community Garden to support employee wellness and healthy living through optimal nutrition.... Read more »

Veterans Memorial Is Restored to Glory, Thanks to Croton Scout & Community  

The American flag that flutters at the Veterans of Foreign Wars memorial on Terrace Place in Croton-on-Hudson is on a more secure foundation these days, thanks to the efforts of Eagle Scout candidate John Sarcone of Boy... Read more »

Irvington Teen Used His Down Time to Dream Up a Clothing Brand, Naturally

A lover of art, fashion, and the environment, 15-year-old Brice Pierce of Irvington took advantage of his time off from school due to Covid-19 to create something that would be both inspiring and beneficial for others: he launched... Read more »

BluePath Service Dogs Hosts Fourth Annual Walkathon Virtually on October 3

On Saturday, October 3, BluePath Service Dogs will host their fourth annual walkathon – this year virtually. The event, which begins with an online kick-off at 10:00am, will raise funds in support... Read more »

Live Church Service Series Offering Spiritual Solutions to Today’s Challenges

Eight Christian Science churches in the tri-state area are sponsoring a series of live radio programs to be broadcast on WOR, 710-AM, beginning on Sunday evening, October 4 from 8:00 – 9:00... Read more »

Virtual Youth Town Halls – Where Youth Are Heard

The Westchester-Putnam Workforce Development Board (WPWDB), in association with area youth service agencies, is hosting a series of Virtual Youth Town Halls—forums for questions, ideas, and opinions voiced by and for youth... Read more »

Harckham and Latimer Honor Two Westchester County Police Officers for Lifesaving Heroics

New York State Senator Pete Harckham and Westchester County Executive George Latimer honored Westchester County Police Captain James Luciano and Sergeant Jeff Slotoroff for their lifesaving heroics last April during a short... Read more »