A Different Kind of Rebel: Greenburgh’s Contributions to the Underground Railroad

Not all rebels wave the Confederate Flag. Or do they? That depends on your answer to the question, “What is a rebel?” In answering this question Merriam Webster Dictionary and Encarta Dictionary... Read more »

Greenburgh’s Hall of Heroes: Ferncliff Cemetery Where Memories Live Forever

Shakespeare had it wrong, the question is not “to be or not to be,” death is inevitable and so at some point we shall all cease to be. The question is “How... Read more »

How a Flat Tire Led to a Happy Escape: The Story of Carvel in Greenburgh

It was a hot Memorial Day in 1934, when a young Greek immigrant named Thomas Carvelas began traveling all over Westchester selling ice cream out of his ice cream truck. It was... Read more »