April 20, 2017 by Max
After two years of preparation and planning, the PowerLab, a co-working center and business incubator, is set to open its doors in Yonkers next month.
The work of local entrepreneurs and [Read more]
March 15, 2017 by Lisa
As participants in the #WestchesterSmart Mobile App Development Bowl, a team of Westchester Community College students worked together to create an app that allows family to keep in contact with the caregivers of elderly family members.
The app allows family members and [Read more]
February 11, 2017 by James
The city of Yonkers, the Yonkers Board of Education, and the Yonkers Kiwanis Club are on the lookout for a few good teachers.
Specifically, the organizations are looking for three teachers who teach in the city’s public schools to name as Teachers of the Year for 2017. Teachers can be nominated for the award by [Read more]
January 3, 2017 by Sarah
An exhibition at ArtsWestchester, an art gallery in downtown White Plains, examines the ways people try to relieve medical issues and other problems in modern day society.
The exhibition – which began in October, closed for [Read more]
December 13, 2016 by Mark
An animal rights organization in Yonkers, Building Hope for the New Yonkers Animal Shelter, is taking that concept and using it to encourage people to report suspected animal abuse and neglect.
The volunteer organization is [Read more]
November 16, 2016 by James
At the end of October, Leake & Watts, a foster care organization in Yonkers, held its annual fundraising gala.
This year’s awards gala brought in [Read more]
October 7, 2016 by Mark
Foodies in Yonkers have an annual event to look forward to. During the upcoming Restaurant Week, area eateries will offer specials on lunch and dinner.
This year, more than [Read more]
September 15, 2016 by Lisa
At Sarah Lawrence College in Yonkers, a new endowment, created by Suzanne Salter Arkin, an alumna of the school, aims to attract students interested in pursuing the sciences to the school.
Arkin donated $2m to the [Read more]
August 10, 2016 by Max
Drivers in Yonkers will soon no longer have to dig for quarters and change when parking on the street.
The city is in the process of [Read more]
July 7, 2016 by James
To increase the opportunities for affordable housing, particularly for people with mental illness or for veterans, yonkers-based [Read more]