Giving Back

May 4, 2020

What so many of us are experiencing today, the isolation, stress, disappointments and anxiety mirror what families of an ill child experience every day. “The world is now living our version of normal.”  ~Friends of Karen mom New York is among the hardest hit with COVID-19. Our families’ already ...

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We know your spring races are canceled, so we're hosting a 5K! This event will get you moving AND raise money for Hillside Food Outreach. Hillside Food Outreach helps families in need in Westchester and Putnam counties. During the COVID-19 crisis, they’ve been ensuring that vulnerable people in ...

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Help Support our Spring Fundraiser! St. Luke's Church, Somers, is partnering with Three Rivers Wreath & Plant Company to offer a unique variety of bulbs, bare roots, and tubers just in time for spring planting.  Our group earns 50% profit on each package sold!  Help us earn the funds we need ...

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Dear Beloved Community,  Just like that, this newspaper’s business model changed overnight. We bet your world did, as well.   In order to continue delivering the news and information you’ve come to expect from us, we need help from our readers.  As a free newspaper, nearly 100 percent of our ...

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To Our Valued Community, Right now we are going through some crazy times.  Our volume of information on the COVID-19 virus is overwhelming, to say the least.  Bigger than the volume of communication we are receiving is the impact COVID-19 is having on all our lives. We started with schools ...

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Dear Beloved Community, I want to avoid the pitfalls that may come with writing a letter to the community about COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus.  I don’t want to contribute to a panic, nor do I want to downplay the seriousness of this either.  I aim to speak from the heart and to ...

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During this unprecedented public health crisis, Halston Media, its affiliated newspapers (Mahopac News, The Somers Record, Yorktown News, North Salem News and The Katonah Lewisboro Times) and all of our TAPinto sites are dedicated to providing accurate and up-to-date news on the coronavirus ...

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KATONAH, N.Y. – For Peter Devey and Paul Berry, two local business owners who have run Indian Auto Collision in Katonah since 1990, trust and honesty have always been key parts of the relationships with their customers. Add to that compassion and kindness, which was demonstrated in a gesture ...

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