Irvington High School Student’s Painting ‘Too Late’ Wins First Place in Art Competition

Irvington High School freshman Michelle Zhou has won first place in the 2022 Congressional Art Competition for District 17 with her acrylic painting, “Too Late.” Having spent more than 40 […] Read more »

Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalists Discuss Trending Political News at Westchester Community College President’s Forum

On May 10th 2022 four Pulitzer-prize winning journalists gathered online to exchange views about the Supreme Court and other political news topics at the annual Westchester Community College Foundation Lester […] Read more »

Westchester Library System’s New eVan Team Set to Promote Digital Inclusion In Westchester County

The Westchester Library System (WLS) is pleased to announce the launch of its eVan Team, and the Digital Equity on the Road Project. This group of dedicated team members is […] Read more »

Todd’s First Graduating Class Takes a Walk Down Memory Lane

When was the last time you set foot in your elementary school? For most of us, it was probably on the last day of school, prior to moving on to […] Read more »

NYMC’s Clinical Laboratory Sciences Master’s Program Receives Full Accreditation

The program received the maximum term length for accreditation by National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences. The New York Medical College (NYMC) Master of Science Clinical Laboratory Sciences (CLS) […] Read more »

3 Reasons Your Resume Needs to Be Professional and Polished

When it comes to applying for jobs, some people put a lot of effort into searching for the ideal vacancy to apply for, filling in the application, and getting everything […] Read more »

Irvington High School Senior Named 2022 U.S. Presidential Scholar

Irvington High School senior Brooke Dunefsky has been named a 2022 U.S. Presidential Scholar. She is one of 161 students to receive one of the nation’s highest honors for high […] Read more »

Touro College of Dental Medicine Hosts First-Ever School Wide Research Day

On Thursday, May 5, 2022, Touro College of Dental Medicine held its first-ever school wide Research Day. Months in the making, the day consisted of multiple events involving students, faculty, […] Read more »

Ossining Receives Funds for New School Playground

New York State Senator Pete Harckham attended a special ribbon cutting ceremony at the Roosevelt Elementary School today to commemorate the opening of a new playground made possible by a […] Read more »

Carpinone Family Scholarship Recipients Receive Awards

In March 2022, Dwyer & Michael’s Funeral Home in Tarrytown announced an annual scholarship program to award $4,500 in scholarships to Hispanic students at Sleepy Hollow High School. Each of the six scholarships, in […] Read more »