Briarcliff Resident’s BBQ Sauce Wins International Crown

Briarcliff resident Michael Vincent and his partner David Mundis had been trying to create the perfect BBQ sauce since their college days at Colgate. In 2014, they entered their ThunderSnout Classic Red... Read more »

Local Authors, Local Books – Westchester County: A History

Westchester County is unique in all the world. Most of us know this, and we might even be able to cite some reasons it is unique. It’s harder to understand how it... Read more »

Stepinac High School Honors Academy Symposium Addresses NYC-Area Climate Change Solutions

Lower Manhattan and other areas of New York City are not prepared for a catastrophic storm surge and wide- scale damage on a scale far worse than what occurred during superstorm Sandy... Read more »

Golf Course Property Tax Bill Is Not Likely to Pass

Legislation meant to allow higher tax rates on New York golf courses looks as though it will come up short this year. Still, the lawmakers behind it vow to try again with a... Read more »

New Sing Sing Prison Museum to Unlock the Past

Museums aren’t what they used to be. Once reverential homes for dusty objects in glass cases, they’ve now become places to reconsider dark chapters from the past in a modern light –... Read more »

A City Girl’s Guide to Loving Suburbia Chapter 4: I Love the Nightlife…!  

NYC is the greatest city in the world, with so much to do at any time of day — theater, museums, and restaurants to quell any craving. One of your biggest fears in leaving was... Read more »

Four Generations of Briarcliff Family Run to Celebrate Their Immigrant Roots  

On June 15, four generations of the Goldstein family will participate in the Ron Jankowski 5K race in Briarcliff Manor. They will be paying homage to their immigrant origins in a race that celebrates... Read more »

Putting STEM to Work – Second in a Series

   Thanks to the generous support of Regeneron, each quarter, a local high school student with a passion for science will be paired with a Regeneron scientist so they can learn what it’s... Read more »

Tarrytown Resident Moving Mountains for Multiple Myeloma 

About ten years ago, David Janes, a 20-year resident of Tarrytown, became involved in raising money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS). He was drawn to the organization because his grandfather... Read more »

Area Mourns the Loss of the “Patient’s Doctor” 

When Elio Ippolito passed away May 14 at age 86, the community not only lost a highly trusted doctor, but also one of the Rivertowns’ most beloved figures—a medical practitioner who always put the... Read more »