Municipalities Roll-out Welcome Mat for New Business

It’s not hard to find warnings and bad news about the future of small business in New York State. Still, some see a silver lining.   The recent influx to Westchester County of new residents is good news... Read more »

NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital Holds Impromptu Wedding for Yorktown Couple

Yorktown resident Ron Loscri married his fiancé Lisa on September 13th at NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital in Cortlandt Manor. Ron was admitted to the hospital for a suspected stroke the day before his... Read more »

Field Hall Foundation Announces $240,000 in New Grants

Includes $50,000 in COVID-19 Emergency Relief Funds The Field Hall Foundation announces $240,000 in new grants. $190,000 has been awarded through its summer 2020 grant cycle, and will be used to pilot,... Read more »

Five Local High School Students Awarded 2020 HOPE for Youth Foundation Scholarships

Lakeland, Peekskill, Putnam Valley, and Walter Panas High School Students Receive Awards The HOPE for Youth Foundation awarded five local high school students with scholarships this year at their recent scholarship awards... Read more »

Looking Past Indian Point,   Riverkeeper Takes a Pass on Gas 

 To the Editor,  Jim Roberts’ piece [“Keeping the Lights on with the Green New Deal,” May 2020] regarding New York’s energy options in the post-Indian Point world incorrectly implies that the New York Independent... Read more »

NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital Celebrates Discharge of 250th COVID-19 Patient

NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital staff recently celebrated the discharge of their 250th COVID-19 patient. “We were so happy to celebrate the recovery of our 250th patient and all patients who were safely... Read more »

Blue Mountain Middle School Students Shine in Chemistry Competition

Eight Blue Mountain Middle School students participated in the Chemical Education Foundation’s (CEF) You Be the Chemist (YBTC) Challenge at BASF Corporation’s headquarters in Tarrytown, NY in March.   The YBTC Challenge is... Read more »

Keeping the Lights on with the ‘Green New Deal’  

Life After Indian Point  The lower Hudson Valley region in May is starting its own version of the “Green New Deal,” as Indian Point shuts down one unit, and a new natural... Read more »

Orchestrating Online Music Classes

The Hendrick Hudson High School auditorium and practice rooms may be silent, but the sound of orchestral music fills the air when teacher and orchestra director Lauren Morabito meets with her students... Read more »

Women Who Made History – Part 2: Harriet Green

This is the second of a three-part series saluting extraordinary individuals who are representative of historic contributions the past three centuries made by countless women while living in our River Towns.   A... Read more »