Letter to the Editor: A Message from Judge Kimberly Ragazzo

Four years ago, the voters chose me to be the first female Town Justice in Cortlandt’s history.  My platform then: Use my legal experience – including ten years as an Assistant District... Read more »

Cortlandt Forward – ‘We Will Protect and Preserve Cortlandt’s Unique Character’ 

All information on this page was written and submitted by Cortlandt Forward. All local campaigns, including candidates running for County Legislature, were invited to submit statements on “What to expect if we’re elected.” River Journal... Read more »

Cortlandt United – ‘A New Team with a New Vision for a Better Cortlandt’ 

All information on this page was written and submitted by Cortlandt United. All local campaigns were invited to submit statements on “What to expect if we’re elected.” River Journal North, as a matter of policy, does... Read more »

Local Children’s Author  Finds Sharing the Best Therapy

Cristina Ortolani was in need of short-term rehabilitation following a recent injury. As an educator and author, she knew how important it was to do her research and come up with a... Read more »

Linda’s Legacy: To our Emergency Services … Thank You! 

A Monthly Retrospective of Linda Puglisi’s 30 Years as Town of Cortlandt Supervisor Working with all of our emergency service providers has been an honor for me as Supervisor for 30 years.  These men and women... Read more »

Dog Haus Biergarten in Mohegan Lake Is Now Hiring 

If you crave gourmet hot dogs, hamburgers, sausages, craft beers on tap and curated cocktails, this is one Dog Haus you’ll want to be in.    Dog Haus Biergarten (“Dog Haus”), scheduled to open later... Read more »

The Merits of Home Schooling

Along with 16,000 other U.S. high school students, Erik A. Brodsky of Cortlandt Manor has been named a semi-finalist in the National Merit Scholarship Competition.  What sets Erik apart from most of the other Merit-orious names on the list... Read more »

Partner Content: Your Face Is Her Canvas

Twenty-five years ago, long-time Croton-on-Hudson resident Linda Nicolo decided to follow her passion for medicine the best way she knew how. Though Linda was originally on a pre-med path in college, she changed direction and enrolled in a... Read more »

Hen Hud Alum Cleans up with Sneakers  

When Jesse Breeding played basketball at Hendrick Hudson High School, he would be asked why his sneakers looked brand new even after months of wear and tear.    What the Cortlandt Manor resident’s classmates didn’t know was that he had experimented with an array of cleaning... Read more »

Lakeland Board of Ed Votes 7-2 to Accept Superintendent’s Sudden Resignation

Dr. Karen Gagliardi will assume the role of Acting Superintendent of Schools until an Interim Superintendent is appointed. Read more »