Escape from Sing Sing Plunge Raises over $17,000

On Saturday, February 15, 64 River Town residents came together to help our neighbors in need and. The group ran into the frigid waters of the Hudson River at Louis Engel Park... Read more »

Ossining Students Thrive with Peaches the Dog in the Classroom

Brandon Beck’s fifth-grade class read a TIME for Kids article last year about dogs in schools, prompting a discussion about how great it would be to do that at Roosevelt School. “I... Read more »

Author Encourages Anne M. Dorner Middle School Students to Become Writers

When Paul Volponi was in middle school, he only pretended to read the books the teachers gave him, he told Anne M. Dorner Middle School students during a recent visit. That changed... Read more »

Rotary Club Donates Bookshelves for Ossining Basics Community Lending Libraries

Eight local businesses and organizations have new, fully stocked bookcases for children and families, thanks to a partnership between the Ossining Basics campaign, the Ossining School District, and the Rotary Club. The... Read more »

A COVID-19 Poem from the Mayor of Ossining

After several attempts to craft a letter about the virus, this weekend I distilled my thoughts into a poem. It reflects my observations, fears and hopes, both big picture and small. COVID... Read more »

Stop & Shop Announces Reduced Hours and Special Shopping Times to Accommodate and Protect Older Customers

In order to allow more time for our associates to unload deliveries, stock shelves, and better serve our customers throughout the day, Stop & Shop has adjusted its hours of operation to... Read more »

Ossining Children’s Center Board of Directors Honored at ADO’s Annual Awards Breakfast

On March 5, the Ossining Children’s Center’s Board of Directors was honored by the Association of Development Officers at its annual Awards Breakfast. The award cited the OCC Board’s “transformational leadership in... Read more »

Town of Ossining Kicks Off Food Scrap Recycling Program

Ossining Joins 20 Other Communities across Westchester Already Composting On February 24, the Town of Ossining officially kicked off a food scrap recycling program for residents of the town – including the... Read more »

Two Local Groups Launch Inclusive Entrepreneurship Accelerator 

Ossining Innovates! (OI), an Ossining-based, inclusive entrepreneurship initiative, and the Women’s Enterprise Development Center (WEDC), a non-profit organization that helps women and minorities start, strengthen and succeed in business, have announced the launch of an Inclusive Entrepreneurship Community Accelerator this April in Ossining.    When launched,... Read more »

Eudson Tyson Francois is Running to be the First Black, Haitian American State Senator in District 38

Spring Valley Trustee Eudson Tyson Francois formally announced that he is running for the New York State Senate 38th District seat, being vacated by Senator David Carlucci. “We need a leader who... Read more »