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This weekend: Stagecoach, riding classes highlight Peekskill Rotary’s Horse Show &...

The Rotary Club of Peekskill will host its 47th Annual Horse Show and Country Fair this Saturday and Sunday at the Blue Mountian Reservation in Peekskill....

Peekskill Santos to host soccer games and activities this Sunday in...

The Peekskill Santos Youth Soccer Club is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month Sunday with a fun-filled day of games, activities and even a visit from...

Lowey secures $91k for Peekskill-based Hudson River HealthCare to help patients...

Congresswoman Nita Lowey, a Democrat, announced Wednesday that Peekskill-based Hudson River HealthCare, Inc. has been awarded a $91,000 federal Ryan White Part C HIV...

Catalina pulls no punches going after McKenzie, Claxton in response to...

Below, Peekskill Mayor Frank Catalina responds to an op-ed by Councilwoman Vivian Mckenzie, which recently appeared in the Northern Westchester Examiner, as well as portions...

Testa supports Astorino executive order that ‘prevents turning Westchester into sanctuary...

Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino issued an executive order Wednesday that states county law enforcement will "continue to cooperate with federal authorities in investigating...

Sources: City investigating violence and vandalism at Kiley Center

The Peekskill Post has learned that on at least one recent occasion, a group of people illegally entered the Kiley Youth Center after hours,...

Audio: Sunday morning’s multi-vehicle accident on Route 9 that injured 10

The sounds from a multi-vehicle collision on Route 9 early Sunday morning were so loud that nearby Peekskill residents, asleep in their beds, were...

Accident victim taken to hospital on advanced life support marks busy...

The police scanner was popping Tuesday morning in Peekskill, as a number of calls came in. A sampling of the calls—which came in between...

Longtime Peekskill teacher Muriel Helbraun passes away

Muriel Helbraun passed away Sunday, Sept. 17, at the age of 94. She spent 25 years teaching the children of Peekskill Spanish and English....

Catalina responds to McKenzie and Talbot: ‘Most corrupt group of elected...

In response to the letter sent to the city manager and corporation counsel by Democratic Councilwomen Vivian McKenzie and Kathie Talbot, in which they...

Document: McKenzie, Talbot request ‘full public investigation’ into Catalina’s City Hall...

In a letter dated Sept. 14 and sent to City Manager Richard Leins, Corporation Counsel Melissa Ferraro and forwarded to Westchester County District Attorney...

Vintage Grand Prix to fill Peekskill streets with classic automobiles next...

Peekskill, start your engines! Nearly 50 classic cars will parade through the streets of Peekskill on a two-mile long route starting in downtown, along Peekskill's...

To avoid lawsuit over Hatch Act, Councilman Rainey resigns from VA

According to his Facebook page as recently as Friday afternoon, Councilman Andre Rainey—who is challenging Mayor Frank Catalina in November—listed his occupation as a...

Democrats call for investigation into mayor’s ‘use of taxpayer resources to...

Councilwoman Vivian McKenzie issued a press release Thursday afternoon, announcing that the Democratic majority on the Peekskill Common Council has requested an inquiry into...

Catalina to GOP slate: ‘You are going to win this race!’

"Now, we can talk about resumes and about civil records. Now, we can talk about criminal records. Let them enjoy their victory tonight, but...

Democratic take on primary results: ‘It’s extremely indicative of what’s going...

Last night's primary results, in which the three Peekskill Democratic City Committee-endorsed Common Council candidates defeated the two registered Democrats endorsed by the Peekskill...

Primary: Segarra and Sullivan fail to take Democratic Line

With 86 percent of districts reporting, Vanessa Agudelo, Colin Smith and Ramon Fernandez hold insurmountable leads in Tuesday night's Democratic primary. We will report more...

Alert: Residents in Northern Westchester exposed to Hepatitis C, possibly HIV

The New York State Department of Health is advising any patient who received an intravenous infusion, injection or a blood draw at Tomorrow Medicine's two Westchester...

Peekskill’s Sarah Warren passes away at 82

Sarah D. Warren, 82, a longtime Peekskill resident, passed away on Sept. 3. She was a special education teacher in the Peekskill City School...

White Plains Linen employees team up to support those affected by...

Family, loyalty and selflessness are just some of the values that persist around the White Plains Linen laundry plant. Family and loyalty are exhibited...