Manhattan Couple Fits Inn Perfectly

When New York City-based personal trainers Molly and Anthony Canu ran the Sleepy Hollow Halloween 10K six years ago, they immediately fell in love with the area. “We loved how close we still […] Read more »

Six Local Students Named Regeneron Science Talent Search Scholars

Three hundred high school seniors were named scholars in the Regeneron Science Talent Search, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious science and math competition, founded and produced by Society for Science & […] Read more »

Helping Ossining Get Green

Green Ossining was founded in 2009 by Ossining residents who were convened by then-Town Supervisor Catherine Borgia (now County Legislator) to create a Climate Action Plan for the municipality.  After […] Read more »
Open Door Family Medical Center Wins HIMSS Davies Award

Open Door Family Medical Center Wins HIMSS Davies Award

Open Door Family Medical Center, a Federally Qualified Health Center with six locations throughout Westchester and Putnam Counties, will be honored with the HIMSS Davies Award, the highest global recognition […] Read more »
Metro North

Metro-North Initiates Safety Enhancement System on Mid-Hudson Line

Metro-North Railroad has begun commissioning a new safety system, Positive Train Control (PTC) on the segment of the Hudson Line between Tarrytown and Croton-Harmon. The eight-mile stretch of tracks, became […] Read more »
Eileen Fisher Institute

Eileen Fisher Leadership Institute Accepting Applications

The Eileen Fisher Leadership Institute (EFLI) will open its doors for its tenth summer with a full docket of academic year and summer programs. The newest addition to the lineup […] Read more »
Alana Sweeny, United Way of Westchester and Putnam, Ruth Mahoney, KeyBank

United Way Women’s Leadership Council Celebrates Women in Philanthropy

Two powerful women who have used their celebrated careers in finance and the media to help other women, were the featured guests on Dec. 4 when the United Way Women’s […] 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. […] Read more »
Club Fit, Ted Gilsinger

Holiday Fitness Tips from Club Fit’s New GM

Ted Gilsinger, who has been with Club Fit since 2007, has been promoted to the position of General Manager at the Club Fit Briarcliff location. Gilsinger got his start as […] Read more »

Local Book Store with a Keen Eye on Local Talent

Being a virtuous twenty-first century consumer means shopping local. But if the online alternative is so easy and attractive, where’s the advantage? One answer can be found at the irresistibly […] Read more »