Hope’s Door and Two Merlin: Coming Together for the Greater Good

After turning a passion for design into a business, River Town residents, Anita Suchdeo and Shiloh Mackey, owners of Two Merlin Design Studio, partnered with the organization, Hope’s Door to help create... Read more »

Yeshiva: Pace Campus Reuse Would Have ‘No Adverse’ Impacts

The former Pace University campus’ new owner says its plan to operate a school for some 250 college-age students would have no negative impact on the neighborhood or community.   According to its application, Yeshivath Viznitz Dkhal Torath Chaim’s requested... 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 themselves  about... 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, rock’n’roll never... Read more »

Briarcliff Middle School Sixth Grader Publishes a Novel

As she wraps up her first year at Briarcliff Middle School as a sixth grader, Anushka Rai has accomplished a dream: she self-published a book on Amazon called ‘Chasing the Stars.’ With... Read more »

The Clear View School Names Catherine Borgia Executive Director

The board of directors of the Clear View School and Day Treatment Center has appointed Catherine Borgia as Executive Director effective June 21, 2021. As Westchester County Legislator, 9th District, which encompasses... Read more »

June 26 Celebration to Honor WRNW FM’s Rock-Solid Legacy

Public event slated for June 26 at 2:00 pm in Briarcliff Manor The leafy village of Briarcliff Manor is best known for its affluent citizenry and sprawling estates with historic ties to... Read more »

Longtime School Tradition Takes a Different Spin

Fourth grade is an important year in elementary school, as students enter the “tween” years and take on more responsibility. One way to practice more responsibility is by becoming “reading buddies” with... Read more »

Two School Districts Join in Briarcliff Manor’s Business Investment Tax Exemption Program

10-year phased tax payment plan is designed to encourage re-investment in commercial properties As part of an effort to encourage re-investment in five commercially zoned properties and its Central Business District, the... Read more »

Todd Fifth Grader Aims to Spread Positivity

Sometimes it takes just one person to make a difference. Ryan Russin, a fifth grader in Amanda Schwartz’s class at Todd Elementary, has recently begun a project that is meant to uplift... Read more »