6 Useful Products You’ll Need When Your Baby Arrives

It’s easy to get overwhelmed when you’re in the process of preparing for a new baby. You may feel like everything is out of control and that there is no way you... Read more »

River Towns Weigh Pros, Cons of Marijuana Sales and Consumption

Marijuana has been legal in the state of New York since April, when the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act went into effect. Included in the legislation is a provision that every municipality... Read more »

Peekskill Turkey Trot: 1-Mile Family Fun Run to Benefit the Hungry and Homeless  

Ready? Set? Go! On Saturday, Nov. 20, residents of Peekskill and Westchester will be lacing up their sneakers and showing their community spirit to help a great cause.   Peekskill’s Turkey Trot is back, in what promises to be a fun-filled event to help... Read more »

Gilda’s Club Adds Free Services for Under-Served in River Towns

Gilda’s Club Westchester, located in White Plains and an affiliate of the international Cancer Support Community, recently launched the River Town Communities Cancer Support Services Program.    The new program aims to provide free, flexible services to under-served and Spanish-speaking residents from 19 local communities, including Briarcliff Manor, Buchanan, Crompond, Croton-on-Hudson, Crugers, Irvington, Montrose, Ossining, Peekskill, Sleepy Hollow, Tarrytown, and Verplanck.   According to the New... Read more »

Artis Senior Living Hosts Grand Opening of New Somers Memory Care Community

Artis Senior Living will soon be opening a 72-suite memory care community for seniors affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia at 51 Clayton Boulevard in the Baldwin Place hamlet... Read more »

Parenting a Child on the Spectrum Brings Moms Together 

One in 54 children is identified as having an autism spectrum disorder. That suggests most reading this will have some familiarity with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) — as a relative, neighbor, friend, or through some other association. ASD occurs across... Read more »

River Towns Weigh Pros, Cons of Marijuana Sales and Consumption

Marijuana has been legal in the state of New York since April, when the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act went into effect. Included in the legislation is a provision that every municipality... Read more »

New York Medical College Honors Distinguished Community Health Leaders at Annual Founder’s Dinner

Event celebrated members of the community for influential and noteworthy achievements while raising crucial funds for educating future physicians, public health professionals and research scientists. On Wednesday, October 27, 2021, New York... Read more »

November is a Month to Support those with Alzheimer’s and Their Caregivers

PARTNER CONTENT   November is a special month in the United States that includes family gatherings such as Thanksgiving. It’s also a special month for two other reasons: it is both National Family Caregivers... Read more »

Redefining What it Means to be a Dad

The 7th Annual New York Fathering Conference, spotlighting the impact fathers have on their children and their community, is being presented as a free, two-part virtual event in November and December.   This year’s... Read more »