Learn how Ossining's Sing Sing Prison, one of America's most iconic prisons, came into existence in Westchester County.
A longtime mechanical engineer at the now shuttered Indian Point Energy Center in Buchanan has a new book that tells the nuclear power plant’s story through photographs.
Just how the heck is it “corned,” and when did a classic Jewish-American deli staple transform into a “traditional” Irish dish?
An exploration of the Westchester County archives in Elmsford unearthed old photos that tell of criminal happenings in the region.
Learn how one Ossining filmmaker uncovered the true story of B.B. King’s 1972 concert at Sing Sing Correctional Facility.
There are over 45,000 people buried in the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, including a number of notable names in American history.
Largely forgotten today, Washington Irving has an odd historical legacy that dips deep into the families and lands of Westchester County.
Buckout Road in West Harrison is so steeped in terror that it got its own horror flick, but there are plenty more haunted locales in Westchester.
With pastoral beauty, ethereal artwork, and rich history, a meticulously cared-for cemetery is arguably an outdoor museum.
The notable writer was not just a significant figure in America's literary history, but also has a local legacy in Mamaroneck.
How could John Jay and his fellow Founding Fathers fight against slavery while owning slaves themselves? Westchester takes a look.
Learn more about Westchester resident Oscar Reidner and his journey to design the NFL's iconic Lombardi trophy that symbolizes the sport.
The Headless Horseman may be Westchester's most famous legend, but Hulda the witch made her mark during the Revolutionary War.
Once New York Central’s stepchild, the erstwhile Putnam Railroad is now a popular rail trail for bikers and walkers in the Hudson Valley.
The beloved architectural treasures at Lyndhurst, Merestead, and Wightman Mansion at Lenoir Preserve receive extensive restorations.
With their very survival on the line, historical societies in Westchester County are fighting to remain relevant amid digital innovations.
The author remembers what it was like working the overnight shift in the sports department of the old Westchester Rockland Newspapers.
A quarter of a century since the GM plant shutdown in what was then known as North Tarrytown, Sleepy Hollow is ready for a comeback.
An Iona college professor identified an Italian Dandini that had been missing for more than 50 years — hanging in a Westchester County church.
We check in with three Westchester County locals to honor their loved ones and the life-changing work done by Tuesday’s Children.