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There are many factors to consider when deciding to place a loved one in a nursing home or assisted living facility - and selecting the best option can be a challenge. Join Westchester elder law attorney Sara Meyers, Esq. of @EneaScanlanSirignanoLLP for a virtual lunch and learn Facebook Live program on how to evaluate potential facilities and red ...

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Obituaries

May 20, 1950 - Aug 25, 2021
With great sadness we mourn the passing, but celebrate the life of our brother, father, and friend, ...
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Nov 24, 1939 - Aug 18, 2021
It is with great sadness that we announce the peaceful passing of lifetime Yonkers resident Michael ...
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Jan 17, 1926 - Aug 6, 2021
Joan Alice Fles, of Truesdale Lake, South Salem, died Friday, Aug. 6. She was 95. Born on Jan.
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We say 'Never Forget,' but have we forgotten?

September 10, 2021

KATONAH, N.Y. -- On the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, I was teaching fourth-graders in Washington, DC., as part of the Teach For America program. 

I will never forget that the grandmother of one of my students was working at the Pentagon that day, and the fear we felt in our classroom, as we were uncertain if others parts of our city were still under attack. Thank God she survived, but that ...

Kudos to Lewisboro’s Town Board

September 17, 2021

Lewisboro’s lakes and waterways are an integral part of the town’s bucolic nature and why many of us chose to make this our home. But most of our lakes were developed 90 or more years ago as summer vacation communities, not for year-round living.  The flow of phosphorus entering the lakes from poorly functioning septic systems and storm drains has had an increasingly negative ...

Pencil That In!

Writing about school supplies last week got me thinking about early writing implements. My internet research revealed that ancient Sumerians and Babylonians used sticks as a stylus to engrave texts onto soft clay tablets. The Romans used styluses to write on wax tablets, which did not last long in the heat.

The ancient Egyptians created the first pens made out of sturdy reeds cut to a sharp ...

The Cerumen Pandemic

I know what you’re thinking. Not another one. Give us a break. We’re not yet clear of the 18-month long pathogen.

If you haven’t yet heard about the dreaded Cerumen Pandemic, it’s understandable. It means you have an excessive buildup of hearing blockage caused by Cerumen’s more familiar alias—earwax.

I’m no doctor or scientist, but does it really ...

American Cancer Society Announces “In-Person” Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk this October In Westchester

September 15, 2021

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Westchester, presented by Houlihan Lawrence, will return as an in-person walk on Sunday, October 17, 2021 at Manhattanville College, providing reimagined and new ways to support and fund the future of breast cancer research and programs.  This walk will be held in accordance with CDC and NY State guidelines to ensure the safety of all attendees and ...

Movement, Meditation, and Nature: 5 Tips to Alleviate Stress

Stress has a negative impact on our mental and physical health. It can cause various physical ailments like headaches, stomachaches, tight muscles, fatigue, and even high blood pressure. Mentally, stress can make it difficult to concentrate or create memory problems.

But in our busy society run by the pressure of work, family, and the need to do more, how do we alleviate stress?

There are ...

Fall Flavors: Cooking With the Season’s Bounty

With spring and summer on their way out, it’s time to start looking ahead to fall, and one of the best parts of this time of year is cooking with all the great seasonal fruits and vegetables that thrive in these cooler months.

If you’re unsure what’s in season in September or don’t know what to do with the piles of produce-lining grocery store shelves, look no further.

How to Ensure Your Furnace Is Ready for Winter’s Cold Nights

The cooler nights of September are the perfect reminder to get your furnace ready for the long winter ahead. Any work on HVAC can be intimidating, and professionals should handle most tasks, but there are steps you can take to keep the heat on this winter.

We’ll look at some ways to prep your furnace for winter and the situations that call for expert help. With some preventive ...

Prep Your Home for Winter With These Easy Fall Tasks

There’s nothing quite like the weather in autumn. With the heat of summer finally breaking, it’s time to start enjoying more time outdoors and keep the windows open. With favorable weather, it’s easy to forget the cold and dark nights of winter looming ahead.

Luckily, there are several steps you can take during the fall to help prepare your home for the harsh conditions of ...

Easy, Crowd-Pleasing, and Seasonal: 5 Side Dish Recipes for Fall

September brings with it a host of fresh produce: grapes, apples, leeks, brussel sprouts, cauliflower, lettuce, mushrooms, parsnips, and so much more! There are tons of delicious, in-season fruits and veggies ripe for whipping up mouth-watering side dishes. If you’re wondering how you’ll incorporate seasonal produce into your fall meals, here are a few of the best recipes for your ...

Say Goodbye to Summer With a Blowout Bash

As summer wraps up, it’s tempting to transition to cozy fall gatherings right away, but don’t move too quickly! Having a “goodbye summer” party is a great way to celebrate the last fresh, vibrant colors, sounds, and flavors of summer with your friends and family. So pull out the last of your summer décor and try these tips for making the most of your final summer ...

7 Tips for Creating a Lasting Fitness Plan

Now that the bulk of the pandemic is behind us, many are looking for ways to get back in their old fitness routine or start a new one. Whether you’re back at the gym or in your home fitness center, here are seven tips for creating a new routine you’ll actually stick to!

Start Slow

When starting a fitness routine, many people make the mistake of taking on more than they are ...

5 Tasty, Healthy Food and Wine Pairings

Light salad or grilled salmon make for delicious dishes perfect for the warm evenings of summer. Plus, those long summer days leave even more time for designing the ideal dinner. The hardest part may not be collecting the recipes or the cooking—and definitely not the eating—but rather finding the perfect wine to drink along with it!

If you’re looking to wow a partner, family, ...