The Ossining Church That Climbed a Hill 

St. Paul’s On-The-Hill had a steep uphill climb to reach its home high atop Ganung Drive in Ossining since its founding in the 1830s.  The Episcopal church was founded some […] Read more »

‘Croton Corners’ Corners the Market on Nostalgia 

Croton-on-Hudson has welcomed a new, charmingly old-fashioned addition to the Village: Croton Corners.   The Soda Shop/General Store/Arcade is a family business in the best and purest sense. It is created for families by a family.    The Tokkes, who own Croton Corners, are no stranger […] Read more »

Lost History of African American Regiment in Revolutionary War Topic of Talk at Van Cortlandtville Historical Society

The program on The Lost History of the 1st Rhode Island Regiment in the Battle of Pines Bridge in Yorktown, originally scheduled in early 2020 before the Covid-19 restrictions, will […] Read more »

Local Heroes Remembered and Revered

The City of Peekskill Fire Department will hold its annual 9/11 Ceremony – observing the fateful day’s 20th anniversary – at 6:30 p.m. at the Sam Oitice Heroes Remembered Memorial […] Read more »

A Proud Community Forever Healing

The 20th anniversary remembrance ceremony takes place at 1p.m. on Sept. 11, 2021, at the “Reaching Through the Shadow” Memorial at Croton Landing Park, Croton-on-Hudson. (In event of rain > […] Read more »

Historic Hudson Valley Welcomes Congressman Jones to Van Cortlandt Manor

Led efforts to include $600k in INVEST America Act for this National Historic Landmark Historic Hudson Valley (HHV) will welcome Rep. Mondaire Jones (D-NY) to Van Cortlandt Manor on Monday, […] Read more »

Finding Therapeutic Value in the Drama of Our Lives

Cortlandt resident Christine Fonsale has spent years as a professional actress and voice-over artist. Now she is giving voice to others who are rarely heard. Fonsale offers a therapeutic arts […] Read more »

Historic Hudson Valley Welcomes the Slave Dwelling Project

Founder and Director Joseph McGill will spend the night at Van Cortlandt and Philipsburg Manors  Historic Hudson Valley (HHV) today announced that Joseph McGill, founder of the acclaimed Slave Dwelling […] Read more »

Special RiverTalk Episodes: All for the Love of Rock and Roll Parts 1 & 2

You read about the history of WRNW, the “glorious playhouse” in Briarcliff Manor HERE, HERE and HERE. Now join host Christian Larson as he speaks with the former WRNW DJs […] Read more »

WRNW FM: Rock’n’roll Never Forgets

“You can come back baby, rock and roll never forgets.” As anyone who worked at or listened to WRNW FM during the tiny station’s heyday in the 1970s can attest, […] Read more »