Be Prepared – It’s Never Too Soon for Estate Planning  

Estate planning primarily involves what happens to your assets after you pass away, but what if you become too ill to manage your own life? That too is part of estate planning.  Every estate plan should include the following legal documents …   ... Read more »

“Art Under the Stars” Supports Life-Saving Project

Outdoor Premiere of Dancing Joy Raises Funds for The Cookstove Project Local residents are creating a COVID-safe Outdoor Film Screening to raise donations for a project that builds clean cookstoves in rural... Read more »

Stress Injury Didn’t Stress Out Resilient Runner Lauren Rogers 

Briarcliff High School track star Lauren Rogers had a stress reaction early in her sophomore year of spring track and was out for the remainder of the season. She  entered the fall of her junior year on the cross-country team, but the injury quickly... Read more »

Safety First, Style Always  

  When Jillian Sherman opened Zokkoz Salon in Briarcliff Manor in 2015, her first thought was that she wanted to partner with Aveda because their products are all-natural and safe.   “I share Aveda’s vision of taking care of our... Read more »

SPCA Pets of the Week – June 20, 2020

This squishy little hippo is Zuzu. Our sweet girl was adopted but it become apparent that she needs someone who works from home full- time or is retired as she gets extremely... Read more »

The Greatest Graduation Gift of All 

I have always loved a good parade, but this one beat them all. During this car parade, I had a bird’s-eye view to watch the Briarcliff High School Class of 2020 overcome the dispiriting COVID-19.   I’m sure other communities this spring have enjoyed similar experiences, so see if this sounds... Read more »

Briarcliff Congregation’s Organic Farm Serves the Community

The COVID pandemic has laid bare our vulnerabilities with regard to so many of life’s essentials. Exposure to the virus aside, our mental health and sense of well-being, the fulfillment of our... Read more »

Ask the Experts: Getting Your Car Out of “Quarantine” 

While most of us have spent more time in our homes the last two months than we ever thought we would, there’s one place many of us have spent less time than ever... Read more »

Letter to the Community: Briarcliff Announces Summer Camp Cancellation

The Mayor, Board of Trustees and I, together with Henry Jamin, his Recreation Staff and the Recreation Advisory Committee, have come to the very difficult decision to cancel the Village’s traditional Day... Read more »

Scholar Athlete of the Month – Daniel de Castro

Briarcliff’s  Daniel de Castro Runs His Life Like Clockwork   This fall, Briarcliff High School’s Class of 2020 valedictorian Daniel de Castro will start his freshman year at Harvard College.   To maintain his academic excellence, Daniel smartly manages his time to the extent that his friends... Read more »