Two Local Students Among 2022 Regeneron Science Talent Search Finalists

UPDATE: Two of the six River Town semi-finalists have been named among the 40 finalists. Irvington High School’s Brooke Dunefsky and Ossining High School’s Nyasha Nyoni. Below are more details about the... Read more »

Bethany Arts Community to Honor Black History Month with Exhibit and Event Series

The 2022 “Ossining Black History & Culture: Resilience. Dedication. Excellence.,” exhibit will dive deep into the Black experience in Ossining and beyond. This exhibition is a response to many questions about Black... Read more »

Free Covid Test Kit Distribution in Ossining on January 15

Senator Elijah Reichlin-Melnick has a limited number of at-home Covid test kits for free distribution to the public, and his office is partnering with local governments and schools to organize distributions in... Read more »

Ossining Town Supervisor Dana Levenberg Announces Assembly Campaign

Citing her distinguished record of public service, Ossining Supervisor Dana Levenberg announced her candidacy for the New York State Assembly Monday evening. Current Assemblywoman Sandra Galef announced earlier on Monday that she... Read more »

Ossining’s Emma San Martin Poised for Liftoff after West Point

West Point Cadet Emma San Martin, an Ossining High School graduate, has been selected as a recipient of the prestigious Marshall Scholarship for continued academic study following graduation in May 2022.  San Martin, a mechanical... Read more »

How will Ossining Spend $10 Million to Reimagine its Future? 

“In dreams begin responsibility,” the poet W.B. Yates once wrote. And such is the case for the Village of Ossining.  After years of dreaming about what it would do if it ever pocketed... Read more »

Gullotta House Takes the Plunge – Twice!

Saturday, February 12, is going to be a big, bold, goose bump-y splash of a day along the Hudson River. For the first time, there will be not one but two fund-raising plunges into the... Read more »

From Stage to Page: Opera House Reborn as Bookstore 

A former theater in downtown Ossining has been reimagined as a place where books take a second turn in the spotlight.  Hudson Valley Books for Humanity opened in December on the first floor of the... Read more »

Ossining Celebrates Growth of My Brother’s Keeper Movement

Ossining started a My Brother’s Keeper chapter at Ossining High School four years ago with a handful of students. Since then, the program has expanded to three more schools – Anne M.... Read more »

Ossining Community Spirit on Display at Winter Wonderland Event

The Ossining School District held its second annual Winter Wonderland at Ossining High School Dec. 17. Children and families had a chance to pick up toys, books, gloves and more as they... Read more »