Black Leaders Seek Role in Ossining Response to Police Reform Mandate

A group of twenty-three community leaders in Ossining has petitioned the Village Board of Trustees, seeking a seat at the table in the process set forth by Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order 203,... Read more »

Ossining-Based Gullotta House Needs Help to Earn $5000 Community Thrives Award

Currently Ranked 3rd among 572 Non-Profits in USA Today Sponsored Program Founded in May 2015, Gullotta House Inc is an award-winning non-profit. Their mission is helping Westchester residents facing an “immediate hardship... Read more »

Ossining Saturday Explore & Learn Returns Next Month with Outdoor Programs

The Ossining School District’s popular Saturday Explore & Learn Program returns next month, with outdoor activities like futsal, hikes, tennis and art at school buildings and local recreation areas, and lessons at... Read more »

Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for Ossining Children’s Center

On September 23 at 10 a.m. the Ossining Children’s Center held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new Rebecca and Arthur Samberg Building. The 27000-square-foot facility, located at 32 State Street in Ossining,... Read more »

A Passion for the Past: Joyce Sharrock Cole, Ossining Village Historian

History is personal for Joyce Sharrock Cole, the new Ossining Village Historian. Cole grew up without any sense of her own family’s past. Some of her grandparents had died young, others weren’t... Read more »

Harvard University Student Climbs Mountains to Raise Money for the Ossining Children’s Center

Meaghan Townsend, a rising senior at Harvard University and an Ossining Children’s Center (OCC) volunteer, ventured into the White Mountain National Forest at 4:45 AM on July 24 to attempt a direttissima,... Read more »

Strength, Resilience of Ossining Students Shine in Capsule Project

Each year at Roosevelt School, fifth-graders complete a research and advocacy project on a topic or cause they are passionate about, such as ending homelessness and preserving endangered species. The Capstone Project culminates with students showcasing their... Read more »

Open Door, Star of Bethlehem to Host Community Health Fair

Covid-19 Testing Free Admission Educational Material Face Masks Star of Bethlehem Baptist Church and Open Door Family Center are joining forces to hold a Community Health Event on Saturday, July 18th from... Read more »

Ossining School District Is Providing Free Breakfast, Lunch for Children  

The Ossining School District is participating in the Summer Food Service Program, which provides free breakfast and lunch each weekday to children 18 and under. Families can pick up “grab and go”... Read more »

Open Door Receives Post-Covid Grant from Direct Relief

Open Door Family Medical Center has received an emergency grant of $187,500 from the medical aid organization Direct Relief, in partnership with the National Association of Community Health Centers (NACHC). Open Door... Read more »