Sing Sing Plunge Raises $11,000 for Gullotta House

On Saturday, February 16, nearly 70 people braved the cold weather and frigid Hudson River temperatures to take the “Escape from Sing Sing Plunge.” The crowd gathered at Louis Engle Park and... Read more »

Investing in Quality Child Care Pays Big Dividends

The rising cost of child care continues to put a strain on hard-working families in Westchester. Tiffany Thomas, a local parent, is a bus driver. Because her salary does not cover the... Read more »

State Senator Carlucci Discusses his Agenda for Ossining and the Hudson Valley 

Senator David Carlucci has represented the Town of Ossining and parts of Rockland County since 2010. This past year he had a tough primary battle against an unknown candidate, Julie Goldberg. In... Read more »
Science Talent Search Ossining Regeneron George Latimer

Local Students Headline Prestigious Science Competition

Regeneron and Society for Science & the Public recently named 40 finalists in its Science Talent Search. In doing so, the results demonstrated what people in the area already know: We’re home... Read more »

Max’s Arcade: Ossining Fourth-Grader Raises Money for Causes  

Fourth-grader Max Lazarowitz woke his mother up one morning a few years ago and told her his idea for a summer project: build an arcade out of recycled materials.   Lazarowitz had heard about Caine Monroy... Read more »

Ossining Students Recognized for Academics, Leadership, and Community Service 

An Ossining High School student is a semifinalist in the Coca-Cola Scholars competition. Another senior is one of 12 national finalists for the 2019 Neuroscience Research Prize. Julia Piccirillo-Stosser is one of 1,896 semifinalists... Read more »

Ossining Launches My Brother’s Keeper Program Founded by Obama

The Ossining School District recently launched a My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) program, joining a nationwide initiative founded by President Barack Obama in 2014 to address opportunity gaps for boys and young men of color.  Dozens of... Read more »
R. Wayne Reynolds Sing Sing Kills

Unique Interactive Art Project in Ossining

This winter Sing Sing Kill Brewery will present an interactive event in collaboration with local artist R. Wayne Reynolds and Bethany Arts Community. The public is invited to be part of the... Read more »

Local Officials Join Teatown for Announcement of 15th Annual EagleFest

Teatown, a nonprofit environmental education center and nature preserve, announced plans for its 15th Annual Teatown Hudson River EagleFest, which will take place on Saturday, February 9 at Croton Point Park in... Read more »
Bethany Arts Council

Ossining’s Bethany Arts Community Receives Grants from NYS Council on the Arts

Bethany Arts Community ( BAC ), a new 44,000 sq. ft. multi-arts space just completing its first year of operations, received $202,347 in funding from the New York State Council on the... Read more »