Plastic Surgeon & Chappaqua Native Dr. Elan Singer Heals Soldiers and Helps Beautify New Yorkers

Listening to Dr. Elan Singer reminisce about his childhood growing up in Chappaqua, it is easy to appreciate how idyllic this town is. There were soccer games, bike rides into town to visit his mother’s store ICD Contemporary Jewelry and practices … [Read more...]

Horace Greeley Sophomore Anna Zhang Builds Publishing Powerhouse

Anna Zhang travels a lot for work. That may not seem like a big deal, but the Chappaqua resident is 15 years old.  The sophomore at Horace Greeley High School is the founding editor of Pulse Spikes, an online and quarterly print magazine … [Read more...]

Strategies for Reducing Screen Time During the Holidays

In today’s society we are consumed with screens; whether we are participating in work or leisure activities; children, teenagers, and adults are often engaged with electronics. Childhood activities such as, hopscotch, spud, building forts out of … [Read more...]

Toward Community Renewal: An Update on the Streetscape Improvement Project

We’ve all heard the saying, “Good things come to those who wait,” but we’re guessing no group believes in it more than the members of the New Castle Town Board. For the better part of the last three years, the Board-appointed Streetscape Committee … [Read more...]

Chappaqua Station Bringing Jazz to Your Doorstep

Looking for a cozy bistro with small romantic tables, farm fresh food and inventive cocktails where you can hear jazz on a Saturday night? Then head down to Chappaqua Station, opened by restaurateurs and jazz aficionados Erin and Peter Chase last … [Read more...]

“If Our Neighbor Becomes President” Girls from the Chappaqua Summer Writing Program Weigh In!

Editor's Note: For our cover story, we asked Keri Walsh, Ph.D., director of the Chappaqua Summer Writing Program for Girls, to ask her participants in a summer workshop inside the Greeley House to ponder the Election, and specifically for their … [Read more...]

One Extraordinary Evening On a Call with the Chappaqua Volunteer Ambulance Corps

Editor's Note: To protect privacy of injured parties, the footage in this video is a simulated call to depict everyday actions of the Chappaqua Volunteer Ambulance Corps. In the middle of my tour of the Ambulance building, the 911 alarm rings and … [Read more...]

Spotlights from around the District: Those who can, Teach

By Miriam Longobardi When people imagine teachers in the summer, they would not envision someone spending six hours on a hot August day rejuvenating old desks with multiple coats of primer and write and wipe paint, yet this is exactly what Ann … [Read more...]

Celebrating Community

  Community Day in September brought a warm sense of family to downtown Chappaqua, thanks to the Rotary Club of Chappaqua and all the participating sponsors and volunteers, While exceptional and lively piano was played in the background, … [Read more...]

“Let there be Peace on Earth”: A Key Message during Chappaqua’s Concert to End Gun Violence

Gun violence has been on our minds for quite some time. On Sunday, September 25, the opportunity to come together as a nation, on the same day, to express frustration with America’s gun violence epidemic and “to rally support for policies that reduce … [Read more...]