BCW Launches Extensive Innovation Ecosystem Initiative
The Business Council of Westchester has announced a major new initiative for 2022 to elevate Westchester County’s profile as a knowledge center for innovation and economic development.
Nonprofit Westchester Celebrated Keep Westchester Thriving Awards
Nonprofit Westchester (NPW) celebrated the 2021 Keep Westchester Thriving Awards during its annual meeting on Wednesday, December 8, 2021. The event took place virtually with more than 150 participants tuning in.
White Plains Hospital Now Offers Comprehensive Cardiac Care
White Plains Hospital (WPH) has announced that its first ever open-heart surgery was successfully performed, signaling another transformational moment for the hospital and the launch of its cardiac surgery program.
Waterstone of Westchester Appoints Second Senior Advisor for White Plains Senior Living Community
Waterstone of Westchester in White Plains has appointed a second senior advisor in anticipation of its opening at the start of 2022.
Beloved French Restaurant Sells for $2.3 Million
The property that housed the iconic Rye restaurant, La Panetiere, closed in December for $2.3 million. One of the most beautiful sites in the coveted, waterfront town of Rye, this property was home to the beloved French restaurant for 36 years. William Raveis Real Estate’s Maria Skamangas represented the sellers.
Jakub Tatka, MD, Joins White Plains Hospital Physician Associates
White Plains Hospital welcomes orthopedic surgeon Dr. Jakub Tatka to its Physician Associates Division. Dr. Tatka comes to White Plains Hospital from Columbia University’s Lawrence Hospital in Bronxville.
Get Creative with Clay this Winter
Clay Art Center will be offering a selection of multi-week classes for all skill levels from beginner to advanced. Whether you are new to clay or an experienced potter, they have handbuilding, wheel throwing and special topic classes designed for you.
Botanical Anatomy Exhibit at The Harrison Public Library
Harrison Council for the Arts presents “Botanical Anatomy” by Monique Ford at the Harrison Public Library, January 4 to February 4. Meet the artist January 8 from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.