OHS Fall Play – She Kills Monsters, a Tale of Friendship, Loss and Acceptance

The Ossining High School Drama Club mounted a production of She Kills Monsters by Qui Nguyen on November 7-9. The story revolves around Agnes Evans, a recent college graduate who finds her late sister... Read more »

Town Perspectives – Ossining

Current Priorities and a Look Ahead We asked the Village Managers of Sleepy Hollow, Tarrytown, Briarcliff Manor and the Town Supervisor of Ossining to address recently completed projects, current priorities and challenges... Read more »

BioBus Magnifies the World of Scientists for Ossining Fifth-Graders

Is it a crab? Is it a spider? Why is it jiggling so much?    The questions came rapid-fire as fifth-graders at Roosevelt School in Ossining looked at samples of pond water under... Read more »

Ossining Children’s Center Holds Topping Off Ceremony

Local elected officials, community leaders and children from the Ossining Children’s Center (OCC) gathered today at the site of OCC’s new Rebecca and Arthur Samberg Building. The celebration marked a major milestone... Read more »

Ossining Mayor Won’t Seek Fourth Term

Mayor Victoria Gearity Announces Plan to “start a new chapter” Below is a letter Mayor Gearity sent out to Ossining residents last night announcing her decisions not to seek a fourth term... Read more »

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 »