Kristine Burton’s Dream Job is a Wish Fulfilled 

Peekskill’s Kristine Burton, Make-A-Wish Hudson Valley’s new chief executive officer, has had a long career in the nonprofit field.   She comes to the Tarrytown-based charity after leadership roles with Madison Square Garden’s... Read more »

Universal Healing Arts Welcomes New Tai Chi/Qigong Instructor

Universal Healing Arts Center in Cortlandt Manor is announced the hiring of Sifu Gary Renza as Tai Chi/Qigong instructor in the Chinese Healing and Martial Arts Sifu Renza has trained extensively in... Read more »

Free Covid Test Kit Distribution in Ossining on January 15

Senator Elijah Reichlin-Melnick has a limited number of at-home Covid test kits for free distribution to the public, and his office is partnering with local governments and schools to organize distributions in... Read more »

How to Become a Personal Trainer in 6 Steps

Becoming a personal trainer is a great way to help others achieve their fitness goals while also working on your own health and wellness. It can be a challenging but rewarding process,... Read more »

An Electrifying Movement to Upgrade School Buses

For most of us, seeing children getting on a little yellow school bus is about as adorable as it gets. Until recently, few parents paid much attention tothe climate-warming emissions and massive... Read more »

Top Five Techniques For Lightweight BJJ Practitioners

Helio Gracie found that jiu-jitsu did not cater to smaller individuals. So, he created Brazilian jiu-jitsu. Since then, the Gracie family has kept his dream alive. To better understand some techniques, look... Read more »

Red Cross: National Blood Crisis May Put Patients At Risk

Dire situation facing blood supply, those in need of blood transfusions. Donors have the chance to help save lives, win trip to Super Bowl LVI The American Red Cross is facing a... Read more »

NYMC Prepares Speech-Language Pathology Students to Make a Difference in Their Community 

PARTNER CONTENT  The Department of Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) in the School of Health Sciences and Practice (SHSP) at New York Medical College (NYMC) serves as a valuable resource to the Westchester County community not only through its academic... Read more »

Acts of Kindness: Color Me Grateful

Just before Thanksgiving last year I fell at the Village Circle in Buchanan while the new Christmas Tree was being planted.  From the moment of injury, I have been surrounded by a... Read more »

Your Kids Are Spending Long Hours In Front Of The Screen? Here’s How To Protect Their Health

It’s no secret that kids these days are spending more time in front of screens than ever before. Whether it’s playing video games, watching TV, or browsing the internet, children are increasingly... Read more »