A Message from the Community – Covid Vaccine Pop-Up in Tarrytown & Sleepy Hollow Registration Open

Vaccine Pop-up March 20 and April 17 The Villages of Tarrytown & Sleepy Hollow are partnering with the Tarrytown School District & Rite Aid to host a pop-up vaccination clinic for those... Read more »

WestCOP Launches Bridge Builders to Foster Positive Dialogue Between Law Enforcement and Local Youth

What started last fall with a series of informal discussions between executives from Westchester-based social services organization WestCOP and leading real estate developer Robert Martin Company about the firm’s desire to seed... Read more »

Middle School Girls Will Explore Strengths, Find Purpose through Mentoring Program

The teenage years are complicated, especially when it comes to navigating social media and figuring out a purpose or direction for the future. Westchester-based Her Story Mentorship, a new organization, will pilot... Read more »

Working Families Party Endorses Progress 4 Peekskill Candidates

The Westchester/Putnam Chapter of the Working Families Party has announced their endorsement for the Progress 4 Peekskill slate of candidates for Mayor and Council of Peekskill. Progress 4 Peekskill released a statement... Read more »

Briarcliff Names New High School Principal

At Thursday’s meeting, the Board of Education accepted the superintendent’s recommendation and unanimously approved the appointment of Diana Blank to serve as the principal of Briarcliff High School, effective July 1, 2021.... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Democratic Process in Peekskill

From the moment the local Democratic Party found they were facing a primary, instead of embracing the democratic process they have denounced it and insisted that parties make the decisions not the... Read more »

Field Hall Foundation Announces $235,000 in New Grants

Now Accepting Letters of Inquiry for Its Summer Grant Cycle Field Hall Foundation announced more than $235,000 in new grants. The Foundation’s mission is to improve the lives of older adults and... Read more »

Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center Announces First Annual White Rose Student Competition

The Holocaust & Human Rights Education Center (HHREC) announced its first annual White Rose Student Research Contest, open to 7th-12th grade students in the greater Westchester County NY area. The 2020-2021 contest... Read more »

Five Things to Know About Colorectal Cancer and Prevention 

Though largely preventable, colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the U.S., as the American Cancer Society (ACS) alarms. Younger people are at risk for getting the disease... Read more »

Peekskill Democratic Committee Calls on Challengers to Accept Primary Results

This morning, Peekskill Democratic Chair Drew Claxton sent a letter to a slate of candidates challenging Peekskill’s endorsed Democratic candidates asking that they pledge to support the winner of the Democratic Primary in June for... Read more »