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Mortgage-Stressed Homeowners Ignoring Potential Assistance

By Robert Kimmel– Many Westchester homeowners, some seriously behind in their mortgage payments because of hardships imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, are failing to take advantage of available financial help from the county. The initial funding, part of the c... More »

Real Estate: Here Come the City Folk

Data obtained by the New York Post from the U.S. Postal Service appears to confirm that the pandemic is indeed driving New Yorkers out of the city, and Westchester is one of the top destinations. According to the data, nearly 300,000 residents requested a chan... More »

New Community Solar Site Unveiled in Tarrytown

By Rick Pezzullo– Westchester County Executive George Latimer joined representatives of Sunrise Solar Solutions and Tarrytown Self Storage for a ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday of a solar array at 63 Cortlandt Street in Tarrytown. The solar system, which consi... More »

Westminster Dog Show Comes to Lyndhurst

The 145th Annual Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show will be held at Lyndhurst on Saturday, June 12 and Sunday, June 13, 2021, with live coverage across FOX Sports networks. Due to ever-changing government restrictions during the pandemic a move to a springtime, ... More »

The Wishing Wall: Well Worth the Walk

By Barrett Seaman— At first it was just a wall—a 520-feet long, 10-feet high barrier separating the vast Edge-on-Hudson construction project from the RiverWalk along the banks of the Hudson, out by the Tarrytown lighthouse. Last year, when planning the annual ... More »

Irvington Sees Another Black Lives Matter Rally

The Irvington Activists hosted another Black Lives Matter rally on the steps of Village Hall on Sunday. Led by the indefatigable Kelli Scott, the rally’s speakers included Democratic Congressional candidate Mondaire Jones, State Senate Majority Leader Andrea S... More »

County Stresses Safety Protocols to Reassure Halloween Visitors

By Steve Gosset– As the coronavirus pandemic continues to batter the local economy and upend everyday life, Westchester County has launched an initiative that aims to give residents and visitors a sense of safety and security as they go out to eat, shop and pl... More »

Halloween in Lyndhurst’s Landscape

Looking for a family-friendly and safe outdoor activity for Halloween? New this year, Lyndhurst has installed seven artistic Halloween vignettes in the landscape around the mansion. These witch and skeleton-themed stations, created by designer and fabricator R... More »