Foodie Bus Joins Mobile Food Pantry in Ossining to Prepare Healthy Meals 

Twice a month, staff members from the Ossining School District volunteer to help Feeding Westchester distribute fresh produce, meat, and canned goods at Park School.   They recently welcomed 1989 Ossining High School graduate... Read more »

Carlucci & Galef Host Senior Fair to Help Connect Residents with Critical Services

Senator David Carlucci (D-Westchester/Rockland) and Assemblywoman Sandy Galef (D-Ossining) held their annual Senior Fair today at the Joseph G. Caputo Community Center in Ossining. More than 100 seniors attended the event. Senator Carlucci... Read more »

Hundreds of Ossining Middle School Students Pledge to Combat Climate Change

“We Only Have One Earth,” “There Is No Planet B,” “Earth Needs Our Help,” and “We Need to Act Now.”  Those are some of the urgent messages that students wrote on posters... Read more »

Ossining Resident Appointed Executive Director of New York-New Jersey Trail Conference

The New York – New Jersey Trail Conference has named Joshua Howard as their new Executive Director. Howard is an Ossining resident. Howard joined the Trail Conference in 2002 in the position... Read more »

PTA Launches Little Free Libraries in Ossining

The Ossining Parent Teacher Association (PTA) has installed Little Free Libraries at Park, Claremont, and Roosevelt schools.  “Everything that’s in here is for our students and for our community,” said Superintendent Raymond Sanchez... Read more »

Local Organizations Help Feed the Hungry This Holiday Season 

Two area organizations have set up efforts to help feed hundreds of hungry Westchester residents for Thanksgiving. Both need support from the local community to feed as many of the county’s 200,000 people... Read more »

Publisher Ralph A. Martinelli dies at 57

Ralph A. Martinelli, vice president of the publishing company Today Media and a resident of Ossining, died Nov. 2 at the age of 57.  He was the group publisher of Westchester, Hudson... Read more »

Swastika and Racial Slur Found at Ossining High School 

A swastika and a racial slur were found scrawled on a bathroom wall at Ossining High School on Thursday, October 31. Police are assisting the school district with an investigation.   “This is... Read more »

An Open Letter from the Mayor of Ossining

“Hate, it has caused a lot of problems in the world, but has not solved one yet.” ~Dr. Maya Angelou Ossining is still reacting to news of an incident that occurred yesterday... Read more »

Local and State Officials Draw Attention to Unsafe Condition on 9A Corridor

Briarcliff Mayor Steven Vescio convened a group of local and state officials, local first responders and residents to call attention to the deplorable conditions on Route 9A in Briarcliff Manor and Ossining.... Read more »