The Salvation Army Fights Pandemic Poverty in Tarrytown

With more vaccinated adults and fewer masks, you might think that Tarrytown has stepped out of the Covid woods. But that’s far from the case, according to Lieutenants John and Lida Ruiz... Read more »

Westchester Community College Uses CARES Act and CRRSAA Act Funds to Help Students Persevere and Succeed

Westchester Community College announces that it has far exceeded federal requirements in the distribution of student aid funding provided by the CARES Act. Westchester Community College has distributed over $6 million in... Read more »

Summer Travel Tips from NewYork-Presbyterian: How to Stay Safe From COVID-19

With vaccination rates continuing to rise in the United States, many Americans are ready to leave their quarantine routine behind and embrace traveling for the first time in over a year. According... Read more »

Top Education Trends that will Continue in 2021 and Beyond

Everyone was affected by the recent Covid pandemic; however, not everyone was challenged in equal measure. Some professions are inherently more vulnerable to the ravages of an international lockdown. For example, the... Read more »

Is Your Business in Trouble? Here are Nine Steps You Need to Take

No business has escaped the pandemic unscathed. Across all sectors, companies of all shapes and sizes have found themselves in extremely difficult and precarious situations. If you are struggling to keep your... Read more »

Preparing for the New “Normal”

It’s hard to believe that we are 15 months into the Covid-19 pandemic. I hear from patients and friends that every memory of the past year and a half seems both like... Read more »

Pocantico Center Summer Performance Series Set to Launch on June 9

The Pocantico Center of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund announced its summer performance series, to be held in-person at Pocantico in accordance with New York State health guidelines. The series marks the first... Read more »

Tri-State Consortium Executive Debrief Praises Briarcliff’s Pandemic Response

The Briarcliff Manor School District’s response to the global pandemic has been a success. The Tri-State Consortium recently acknowledged that the District did an incredible job handling the unprecedented health crisis. The... Read more »

Peekskill Parks & Recreation Department to Reopen Veterans Memorial Pool This Summer

Summer will be returning in full swing this year in Peekskill with the reopening of Veterans Memorial Pool. After being closed last season due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Veterans Memorial Pool will... Read more »

Harckham Holds Food Drive in Croton-on-Hudson

Collects Over a Thousand Pounds of Food and $1,200 in cash donations New York State Senator Pete Harckham held a food drive over the weekend in Croton-on-Hudson, where 20 volunteers collected over... Read more »