This Young Man with a French Horn Shaw Is Good

While the Covid pandemic has been more than trying for most people, Ossining resident Marcus Shaw has made the best of his time during the past several months perfecting his skills as a French horn musician.  In November, he had the rare privilege of... Read more »

Teatown Honors Ossining High School Science Teachers, Nature Girls

Teatown recently honored longtime Ossining Science Research Program teachers Valerie Holmes and Angelo Piccirillo for their accomplishments in preparing the next generation of scientists.  They were recognized during the nature preserve’s Oct. 4 “A Night in the... Read more »

Ossining’s 1 and Only Obi Toppin – A Slam-Dunk 1st Round Pick by N.Y. Knicks 

It’s great to see someone you coached make it to the big time.   Sometimes, the excitement makes it hard to describe how that feels.  “It means so much,” said Ossining Pride basketball coach Mike Casey, about one of his former players, Obi Toppin, being drafted in November by the... Read more »

Ossining Theater Students Present Pandemic-Friendly Virtual Drama Bake-Off

The Ossining High School Drama Club held its 2020 Fall Drama Bake-Off on Nov. 20, streaming students’ films live on the district’s YouTube channel.  Teacher Jessica Beattie, the OHS theater director, changed the annual fall drama... Read more »

Free COVID Testing Tuesday (11/24) and Wednesday (11/25) in Ossining

There will be free COVID Testing available in Ossining at Open Door Family Medical Center at 165 Main Street this week on: Tuesday, November 24 from 12noon to 6pm Wednesday, November 25... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Thanks to Election Workers

To the editor: Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2020 General Election–Westchester Board of Elections (WBOE) employees, poll inspectors, volunteers at all levels and, especially, voters! That the 2020 General... Read more »

New Ossining Children’s Center Opens

On Monday, November 16, staff of the Ossining Children’s Center (OCC) welcomed children into the new Rebecca and Arthur Samberg Building at 32 State Street. Plans for the new building began some... Read more »

Ossining Actress Makes Frighteningly Good Movie Debut 

A fan of scary movies, actor and writer Eric Wolf walked out of a theater after watching a horror film and said to his wife, “I could do better than this.”   So, when his wife, actress Kristen Anne Ferraro,... Read more »

Arts Partners Join to Extend Programming

Studio Theater in Exile will be collaborating with Ossining Public Library’s Adult Programming and Events Coordinator, James Trapasso to provide programming for the library through digital links between STIE and the monthly... Read more »

Bethany Arts Community Launches Call for Sculpture Park Submissions

Bethany Arts Community (BAC) in Ossining is inviting artists to propose project ideas for the sculpture park they are developing on the BAC property. The first location for a new installation in... Read more »