The Supermen and Clark Kents of the River Towns

  We all know how Clark Kent, the mild-mannered reporter for the Daily Planet, would transform into Superman to fight crime and keep the citizens of Metropolis safe. Although we don’t have... Read more »

Atria on the Hudson Challenges Ossining Fire Department to Chef Showdown

Chef Showdown 2019, a culinary competition, took place at Atria on the Hudson. Ex-Captain Tom Camp, a 46-year member of the Ossining Volunteer Fire Department accepted the challenge to compete against Atria... Read more »

Ossining Second-Grader Appointed Ambassador for Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital’s Largest Fundraiser

Giovanni “Gio” Toribio, 7, was cheered on by his second-grade classmates in an assembly where representatives from  Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital presented him with an official sash designating him as an ambassador... Read more »

Op-Ed: Hudson Valley Care-Determined to Improve Transitions of Care

As of July 1st a well-known Yonkers drop-in closed its doors for the last time. These resources are invaluable to our communities and should remind us how important transitions of care really... Read more »

Ossining Children’s Center Presents College Scholarship Award to Ossining High School Senior and OCC Alumnus

The Ossining Children’s Center’s College Scholarship recognizes an alumnus of the Center who is graduating from high school with an outstanding academic record. This year the award was presented to John Paul... Read more »

Reading Rocks! Pop-Up Book Giveaway Piques Interest before Spring Break

Ossining’s Pop-Up Book Giveaway in April helped students select readings for spring break. Community members, families and teachers donated books. School employees, parents and other volunteers staffed tables and helped children choose.... Read more »

Mathematically Speaking…Ossining Selects New Programs for K-8

Following an extensive review and piloting process, the Board of Education and the Ossining School District selected two rigorous new math instruction programs for students in kindergarten through eighth grade: Math in... Read more »

New Sing Sing Prison Museum to Unlock the Past

Museums aren’t what they used to be. Once reverential homes for dusty objects in glass cases, they’ve now become places to reconsider dark chapters from the past in a modern light –... Read more »

Dale Cemetery Heritage Trail Reaches Completion

The Ossining Historical Cemeteries Conservancy Project Is Open for Walking or Driving The Ossining Historic Cemeteries Conservancy (OHCC) and the Town of Ossining announced the completion of the Dale Cemetery Heritage Trail.... Read more »

Local Authors. Local Books: Refuge in Hell

Sing Sing Prison has been an infamous landmark in the Hudson Valley ever since it opened in 1825. Behind the tall, gray walls of this maximum-security prison near the Ossining train station live over... Read more »