Free COVID Testing Tuesday (11/24) and Wednesday (11/25) in Ossining

There will be free COVID Testing available in Ossining at Open Door Family Medical Center at 165 Main Street this week on: Tuesday, November 24 from 12noon to 6pm Wednesday, November 25... Read more »

NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital Unveils New 3.0T MRI Scanner

On November 17, NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital unveiled its new GE SIGNA Architect 3.0T MRI scanner at a socially-distanced ribbon cutting ceremony. This is the first MRI scanner designed to allow patients... Read more »

Local Authors, Local Books: From Corporate Ladder to Oprah’s Couch: A Leap of Faith 

Genevieve Piturro of Irvington was pursuing her dream of living like Mary Tyler Moore. She was a single, successful girl from Yonkers living the fast life in New York City and climbing the corporate ladder as a marketing... Read more »

Enhanced Care and Luxury Emphasized at the New Chelsea at Greenburgh Assisted Living Residence

Chelsea Senior Living’s newly completed Chelsea at Greenburgh, a luxury senior living residence, brings state of the art design, lifestyle and enhanced care features to today’s older Americans seeking more than just... Read more »

New Boot Brush Station Installed at Blue Mountain Reservation as Part of “PlayCleanGo” Initiative

Westchester Parks Foundation is helping to raise awareness of the “Play Clean Go” initiative to protect valuable natural resources while encouraging folks to enjoy the great outdoors by installing a boot brush... Read more »

Phelps Hospital’s Virtual Ball Honors Phelps Family of Healthcare Heroes

Phelps Hospital’s annual Champagne Ball was held via Zoom and raised more than $325,000 in support of the hospital’s services for the community. As challenging as this year has been, there was... Read more »

Cortlandt Resident Turns Lyme Disease Pain into a Business Helping Others

As an adventurous child, Meghan Ward loved exploring the outdoors. Growing up on Long Island, the threat of deer ticks is high and commonly found in the wooded and grassy areas where... Read more »

Teen Leaders Developed Messages for Substance Use Prevention and Emotional Well-Being

In June and throughout the summer Covid-19 related concerns and social unrest were on everyone’s mind. Public schools were closed but it didn’t stop 76 teen influencers from 29 high schools from... Read more »

Demystifying Medicare – Free Workshops from Westchester Libraries

Medicare Open Enrollment started on October 15th and runs through December 7th, yet still no live workshops to help people get a handle on the complicated subject of healthcare coverage for seniors.... Read more »

5 Tips for a Great Bedtime Routine

A good night’s sleep is important for both your physical and mental health, it is also associated with many benefits like better mood throughout the day, healthier heart, better immunity, increased performance,... Read more »