The Art of the Do-Able 

Although only seven months into the job, the Rev. Patricia Calahan, the new pastor at the Union Church of Pocantico Hills, is already fulfilling her hopes for change.  “Shifting the […] Read more »

Briarcliff High School Athlete Wins Curling Crowns  

Briarcliff High School junior Megan Stopera recently won the gold medal at the USA Curling National Championships in Wisconsin followed by a silver medal at the U21 Junior Curling National […] Read more »

Local Authors, Local Books: Helping Teens Form Their Own Brand 

Brand Up bills itself as a roadmap to success for teens in an increasingly cluttered, connected, and competitive world. The playbook equips high school students with strategies, tools, and exercises […] Read more »

Briarcliff Middle School Students Raise Awareness for the Global Water Crisis

By the time you finish reading this article, at least six mothers will have lost a child due to a water-related illness. That is just one of the facts that […] Read more »

Harckham, Levenberg and School Officials from Ossining and Peekskill Announce Historic Education Investments in FY2024 State Budget

New York State Senator Pete Harckham, Assemblywoman Dana Levenberg, Ossining Schools Superintendent Dr. Raymond Sanchez and Peekskill Schools Superintendent Dr. David Mauricio shared details of the historic FY2024 state budget […] Read more »

5 Good Reasons to Approach Your College Counselor

College can be one of the most thrilling and nerve-wracking times of your life. It’s a period packed with significant decision-making, whether figuring out which career path to pursue or […] Read more »

9 Reasons to Invest in an MBA Program

In today’s dynamic and ever-changing world, education is a valuable investment, and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) program is a prime example of this. MBA graduates secure top positions […] Read more »

Five Ossining High School Students to Compete at National STEM Event  

Ossining is finding itself on the national stage – and this month in Dallas, Texas, years of hard work in the lab and classroom will be put to the test.    […] Read more »

Student Firefighter Volunteers Learn More than Fire Safety Skills on the Job

When Briarcliff High School senior Noah Hirschhorn was three years old, he would visit a firehouse every day with his mother, where members would show him around the station and […] Read more »

Irvington Appoints New Director of Technology

The Irvington Union Free School District Board of Education has appointed Emerson Segara as the new director of technology. “I am proud to welcome Mr. Segara to the Irvington school […] Read more »