Lynn Berliner Joins Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty in Irvington

Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty announced today that Lynn Berliner, Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker, has joined the firm and will work out of its Irvington, N.Y., brokerage. Berliner formerly served as... Read more »
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Houlihan Lawrence Appoints Jane Abbate Manager of Briarcliff Manor Office

Houlihan Lawrence has announced the appointment of Jane Abbate as the new manager of its Briarcliff Manor brokerage. A lifelong resident of the Town of Mount Pleasant, Abbate has been in real... Read more »

Ossining to Host an Active Shooter Awareness Event on March 15

NY City Metro InfraGard presents their first Hudson Valley Security Summit focusing on Active Shooter Awareness on March 15 from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM at the GE Crotonville Leadership Center in... Read more »

Sing Sing Plunge Raises $11,000 for Gullotta House

On Saturday, February 16, nearly 70 people braved the cold weather and frigid Hudson River temperatures to take the “Escape from Sing Sing Plunge.” The crowd gathered at Louis Engle Park and... Read more »

The Friends of Rockefeller State Park Preserve Welcome New Preserve Manager

The Friends of the Rockefeller State Park Preserve welcomed Peter Iskenderian, the new Preserve Manager for the Rockefeller State Park Preserve. George F. Gumina, Founder of the Friends of Rockefeller State Park... Read more »

Feeding Westchester Names Matthew L. Honeycutt Vice President, Development

Feeding Westchester has announced that Matthew L. Honeycutt has been named Vice President, Development. Honeycutt, who has more than 20 years of fundraising experience, was most recently the Director of Institutional Advancement... Read more »

Paul Jacobs Recital in Pocantico Hills

Paul Jacobs, Chair of The Juilliard School’s Organ Department, will be in recital April 7, on The Laurance S. Rockefeller Memorial Organ, at The Union Church of Pocantico Hills, 555 Bedford Road,... Read more »
Greenburgh 9/11 Remembrance Video Project

Greenburgh Launches 9/11 Remembrance Video Series

About eight years ago, Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner had an idea. He wanted to preserve, on video, the memories of the veterans from the Town of Greenburgh who served in World... Read more »

Investing in Quality Child Care Pays Big Dividends

The rising cost of child care continues to put a strain on hard-working families in Westchester. Tiffany Thomas, a local parent, is a bus driver. Because her salary does not cover the... Read more »

Trail & Tunnel Notes … From the Friends of the Old Croton Aqueduct

  One way people express their love for the Old Croton Aqueduct, which runs through our Rivertowns and beyond, is by earning a Miler certificate and patch for walking or running the 26-mile... Read more »