Six Irvington High School Seniors Named 2022 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists

Six accomplished Irvington High School seniors – Chloe Banino, Eadin Block, Joshua Chang, Aliya Huprikar, Katherine LeBuhn and Samantha Levin – have been named semifinalists in the 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program. They are... Read more »

Regeneron Announces New U.S. Government Agreement to Purchase Additional Doses of REGEN-COV™ Antibody Cocktail

New agreement for 1.4 million doses of REGEN-COV, brings total purchased by the U.S. government to nearly 3 million doses Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ: REGN) today announced that the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services... Read more »

Briarcliff to Yeshiva: Plans Not Ready for Referral

Briarcliff Manor’s Board of Trustees rebuffed a request by a lawyer for a Monsey-based congregation to refer its application to open a yeshiva on the former Pace campus to the village Planning... Read more »

Halloween Season Events Return to Sleepy Hollow

Broadway shows have returned, Yankee Stadium and Citi Field are full of fans, but nothing says fall is back in swing in the region quite like the return of Halloween season events... Read more »

Lost History of African American Regiment in Revolutionary War Topic of Talk at Van Cortlandtville Historical Society

The program on The Lost History of the 1st Rhode Island Regiment in the Battle of Pines Bridge in Yorktown, originally scheduled in early 2020 before the Covid-19 restrictions, will be held... Read more »

Local Lakeland Legend Sharon Sarsen Wins Lasting Fame

Coach Sharon Sarsen has been around amateur sports most of her life.   But it is her extraordinary devotion to Lakeland Field Hockey that has created her legacy — and her legend. She has held the role of Lakeland... Read more »

Westchester’s Largest Solar Canopy System Completed

Maryknoll Fathers & Brothers and Ecogy Energy, along with local and state officials, held a ribbon cutting ceremony Sept. 14 to celebrate the completion of the solar canopy system on the Catholic order’s Ossining campus.   The 2,184 panel system, consisting of 12... Read more »

Briarcliff Names Acting Village Manager as Search Nears End

Former treasurer Robin Rizzo has been appointed Briarcliff Manor‘s interim village manager as the search winds down for a permanent replacement for Philip Zegarelli.  Rizzo’s appointment, which begins Oct 1, was announced by... Read more »

Briarcliff Development Plans Could Shake Up Downtown Dining 

One of downtown Briarcliff Manor’s commercial fixtures would be demolished and the one next door remodelled under the owner’s proposed plans, shaking up the restaurant scene along a busy stretch of Pleasantville Road.   Croton-based Matra Realty... Read more »

Lakeland School District Fills Senior Posts 

Dr. Shannon O’Grady has been appointed Assistant Principal at Lincoln-Titus Elementary School in Crompond.   She previously was Assistant Principal for Hillcrest Elementary in Peekskill City School District.   She was with the New York City Department of Education for many years, holding various positions in the Bronx, including Teacher, Grant Supervisor/Administrator,... Read more »