Ossining Community Rallies for Higher Education Funding

Ossining families, staff and community members took part in an education equity rally in White Plains on January 18, to fight for greater education funding from the state. Ossining is one of... Read more »

Local Officials Address Complaints About Water’s Taste and Smell

If you’ve noticed something a bit “off” about the water lately, you’re not alone. Local leaders have been flooded with complaints from residents about the taste and odor of tap water, which... Read more »

Putting STEM to Work – Fifth in a Series

Thanks to the generous support of Regeneron, a local high school student with a passion for science will be paired, each quarter, with a Regeneron scientist to learn what it is like... Read more »

Sing Sing Prison Museum Awarded Major Corporate & National Grants

Opening its Preview Center in Late 2020, Sing Sing Prison Museum in Ossining, NY Receives More Than $1M+ in Non-State Funding to Date Sing Sing Prison Museum (SSPM) has received grants from... Read more »

Ossining Children’s Center Alum Gives Back to His “Home-Away-from-Home”

James Morgan first came to Ossining Children’s Center as a smiling, curious three-month-old. Over twelve years James played, learned and grew as he made his way from the baby room, to the... Read more »

Ossining Businesses Launch New Alliance and Announce a Public Design Competition

The Ossining Business Alliance (OBA) was formed by a core group of village brick and mortar businesses with a shared vision to cultivate a supportive business community by providing a forum for... Read more »

Ossining Business Owner Named Volunteer of the Year – By Multiple Organizations 

Robert Nolan, owner of AAA Nolan’s Auto Collision in Ossining, has been named Volunteer of the Year by Ossining-based Gullotta House. Gullotta House provides assistance and financial aid to Westchester residents in... Read more »

Ossining Middle School Students Perform Disney’s Aladdin Jr.

Anne M. Dorner Middle School students in Ossining mounted a production of Disney’s Aladdin Jr. at Ossining High School on December 5 and 6. The show, based on the Broadway production of Aladdin, is about... Read more »

Ossining Fifth-Grader’s Homemade Arcade Is a Way to Have Fun, Help Others 

For fifth-grader Max Lazarowitz, caring about and helping others is important – and so is having fun.   Since the summer of 2016, he has combined his interest in supporting people in need with... Read more »

Nutrition Class Prompts Ossining Parents to Make Healthy Changes 

Before Celsa Trejo took Maria Vele’s nutrition class at Park School, a free county-wide initiative for adults provided by Eat Smart New York Westchester, she studied only the price of food items, not the nutrition label, when shopping. Now, having completed the six-week... Read more »