Scenic Hudson Honors Women for Environmental Leadership at Annual Gala

Scenic Hudson’s annual gala at Sojourner Truth State Park in Kingston on Saturday, June 8 celebrated the contributions of female environmental champions from across the Hudson Valley, recognizing their relentless […] Read more »

New & Noteworthy: Master Wood Workers are a Family Affair

Founded in 1928 as a Wood & Barrel company, Westchester Wood Care & Finish has evolved into one of the premier wood restoration companies in New York state. And now […] Read more »

Sleepy Hollow Mermaid Festival Hits the Hudson Shores

Brush off your fins, because this summer, the mermaids are coming to Sleepy Hollow. Part of the village’s 150th anniversary yearlong celebrations, the inaugural Mermaid Festival at Kingsland Point Park […] Read more »

Following Zig-Zag Path, Local Cannabis Stores Are Ready to Roll

The noble experiment in legalized marijuana, New York style, is now coming to a licensed retail store near you in Northern Westchester.  One store will open in Cortlandt this month […] Read more »

People with Disabilities Star in Zombie Movie Premiering at Bedford Playhouse

Christopher Daniels, a YAI day habilitation program attendee in Tarrytown, noticed that he never saw people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) on the big screen. Shortly after Daniels shared […] Read more »

Can Trucking Companies Save More Money? Here’s How!

In the competitive world of logistics, the difference between profit and loss can often be traced back to the nitty-gritty of financial management. Trucking companies, large and small, continually face […] Read more »

HHREC Commemorates Planting of Sapling From Anne Frank’s Tree at Garden of Remembrance

The Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center (HHREC)  held a dedication for the Anne Frank Sapling at the Garden of Remembrance in White Plains on June 11. Close to 100 […] Read more »

Penguin Rep Theatre Presents Comedy “Centennial Casting”

Penguin Rep Theatre, under the leadership of Joe Brancato, founding Artistic Director, and Andrew M. Horn, Executive Director, presents Centennial Casting, a comedy by Gino DiIorio and Nancy Bleemer, beginning […] Read more »

Golden Scoop Corporate Packing Competition Benefits Feeding Westchester

On Friday, June 7, 2024, 10 local companies joined in the fight against hunger “competition style”, at Feeding Westchester’s annual Golden Scoop Corporate Packing Competition. This fun—yet highly competitive—event resulted […] Read more »

Ossining’s Mascot Search Ends with a Roar

The Ossining school district’s yearslong process to adopt a new mascot ended with a roar.   The Board of Education on June 5 greenlit a lion mascot, marking a milestone in […] Read more »