Dr. Carol Allen honored as a Woman of Distinction by State Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins

Dr. Allen spearheaded efforts to get more than 5,000 people vaccinated in Greenburgh.  New York State Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins honored Dr. Carol B. Allen, Chairwoman of the Greenburgh COVID Vaccine... Read more »

HELP WANTED  (Understatement of the Year) 

Covid-19 has rocked the world in many profound ways. Millions of Americans were sickened by the disease, hundreds of thousands died. Personal lives and businesses were turned upside down overnight.  The impact on employers and... Read more »

Phelps Hospital Promotes Wellness, Food Access with FARMacy Garden 

Phelps Hospital, Northwell Health is offering employees a welcome respite during difficult times with their volunteer-run FARMacy garden. The hospital-wide gardening initiative, which invites staff to grow produce for patients who are food... Read more »

What You Can Do to Give Back During a Global Pandemic

With the worldwide pandemic hitting us badly, all the activities of our lives have faced a major change, and things have seemed to turn upside down. People belonging not only to the... Read more »

First River Festival Postponed to 2022

The First River Festival, originally scheduled for Oct. 9-10, 2021 (and which River Journal North featured in our July-August 2021 issue), has been postponed to Oct. 8-9, 2022, according to the promoter.... Read more »

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 »