6 Benefits of Using Cordless Chainsaws for Any Landscaping Project

A cordless chainsaw has many benefits for any landscaping project. They’re easier to use and require less maintenance than a gas-powered chainsaw. Most importantly, they’re safer and more convenient for those who... Read more »

IMS Students Raise Money for Hurricane Ida victims

Irvington Middle School students celebrated National French Week at their school from Nov. 1-12 and raised money to help victims of Hurricane Ida in Louisiana. Throughout the week, the students served as... Read more »

Briarcliff Manor Historical Society Recuperating from Losses from Ida

It’s been over two-and-a-half months since the Briarcliff Manor-Scarborough Historical Society was struck by Tropical Depression Ida and the organization is still recovering. Kaaren Smith, BMSHS’s executive director, said 16 inches of water flooded the... Read more »

Westchester Community College to Offer Short-Term Workforce Training in New White Plains Center

Westchester Community College (WCC) began operations at the White Plains Education & Training Center (WPETC) this month to provide a convenient and state-of-the-art location for those looking to re-enter or upskill in... Read more »

Peekskill Turkey Trot – Video Highlights of a Fun and Worthy Event

If you missed the Peekskill Turkey Trot on November 20 in downtown Peekskill, or if you want a reminder of the great time and worthy cause, check out our video review from... Read more »

Briarcliff High School’s Red Cross Club Holds a Successful Holiday Drive

At Briarcliff Manor School District, just about everything is a team effort. Recently, Briarcliff High School’s Red Cross Club conducted a holiday drive and, in a collaborative effort with Briarcliff Middle School,... Read more »

Covid-19 Creating Space for Contractors to Give Back to Their Community

Paint Track Painting will launch its 2nd Annual Charity Project, “Remodel For Reason” to give back to deserving individuals in Westchester County. In 2020, Paint Track, like many other businesses, had to... Read more »

The Season to Give – Volunteering in the River Towns

After so much time in quarantine, getting back into our communities isn’t exactly easy. If you’d like to become more engaged through volunteer work, then we’ve got you covered. Check out these... Read more »

Read Our Linda Puglisi Tribute Section Online

After an extraordinary 30+ years of service, Town of Cortlandt Supervisor Linda Puglisi is retiring at the end of the month. You can read some of her career highlights and touching tributes... Read more »

The Reincarnation of PJ Kelly’s Is Nigh 

John Sharp likes to feed Peekskill. His masterly management of multiple dining destinations (including Gleason’s and Birdsall House) attests to that. It’s a symbiotic relationship. Peekskill in turn feeds John’s hearty appetite to make things happen that makes people happy.  His thirst for serving... Read more »