Tarrytown Poised to Become the Permanent Home of the Historic FDNY Fireboat John D. McKean

Having served the FDNY for almost 60 years, the Fireboat John D. McKean found itself under the care of the Fireboat McKean Preservation Project, which restored the ship to its […] Read more »

Westchester County Center Lit in Commemoration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Westchester County Executive George Latimer and Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center Executive Director Millie Jasper commemorated International Holocaust Remembrance Day in Westchester on January 27, the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau. Today […] Read more »

Bethany Arts Community to Present Black History & Culture: Fulfilling the Vision in Westchester

Bethany Arts Community (BAC) announced Black History & Culture: Fulfilling the Vision in Westchester, BAC’s annual Black History Month exhibition curated by Ossining Village Historian, Joyce Sharrock Cole. In February […] Read more »

Yale Thesis Chronicles ‘Long Closure’ of Indian Point  

Marilyn Elie, co-founder of the Indian Point Safe Energy Coalition, has tracked events at the now-decommissioned nuclear energy power plant over the past quarter-century. The Cortlandt Manor resident’s seminal role […] Read more »

They Paved Paradise, Put up a Power Plant 

“Really?!” That’s a typical reaction of people who learn that the current site of the now-decommissioning Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant once had a 100 foot-by-150-foot swimming pool for city […] Read more »

Destiny and a Dream: Bobby Checchi’s Last Trip to Yankee Stadium 

In August 2010, Bobby Checchi was in the hospital fighting a rare form of cancer when his family conspired to make a birthday wish come true for the longtime New […] Read more »

Cornelia Cottons to a Life of Fullness   

Cornelia Cotton’s house stands on a hill in the Mount Airy section of Croton-On-Hudson, its angular shape a clear tribute to Frank Lloyd Wright.   Its owner, a minor celebrity in […] Read more »

Songwriters and Performers “Carla and Keyes” Bring a Unique Angle of American History to Life 

Yorktown residents Carla Lynne Hall and Jim Keyes have been writing and performing music together since 2016. They are not only business partners but partners in life. Married in 2019, […] Read more »

Keeper of the Flame 

From 2015-2019, each Veterans Day Montrose Business Association (MBA) honored Montrose residents, who fittingly are christened “local heroes,” by holding a popular ceremony at the gazebo in Veterans Park (next […] Read more »

Irvington’s Cinderella Castle on the Market for $1.7 Million

A castle drawn from the pages of a fairy tale is awaiting its next chapter.  Villa Keen in Irvington, with its coat of arms, stained glass doors, cathedral ceilings and […] Read more »