Bedford: Chabad of Bedford extends an open invitation to its Shavuot celebration May 15.
Bronxville: The Hudson Chorale celebrates spring with a concert of Beethoven on May 11.
Chappaqua: The UJA Federation of New York honors a local resident
Harrison: What's a visual RPM spin class? Check out the GYM at Armonk's newest offering.
Larchmont: A Mamaroneck resident has been named head of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Phelps Memorial Hospital Center.
Nanuet: A local resident was named Businessperson of the Year by New Jersey City University.
New City: County Legislator Chairwoman Harriet Cornell received the Liberty Bell Award from the Rockland County Bar Association on Law Day.
New Rochelle: An inventor was among the best Career Day visitors at Isaac Young Middle School.
Nyack: Youth for Hospice (YFH) has elected new officers.
Ossining: Ossining Celebrates Screen Free Week
Pearl River: Top-notch student work is featured in the new gallery exhibition at St. Thomas Aquinas College that's open to the public.
Peekskill: Suggestions for Mother's Day Excursions from Hudson Valley Tourism
Pelham: The Food Bank of Westchester has a new director.
Pleasantville: The 19th annual Humanitarian Awards Dinner is coming up for the Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester.
Port Chester: The Chili Pepper Challenge was a hot-ticket item to benefit the Open Door.
Rivertowns: A local resident is honored by the Westchester Children's Association.
Rye: Members of the Rye Reading Room auxiliary remind residents to buy tickets for the annual Vehicle Fair online ahead of time and save.
Scarsdale: The Westchester Jewish Council announces this year's Distinguished Service Awards for outstanding community volunteer leaders.
Southeast: Putnam supported the American Heart Association at the annual Heart Walk.
Tarrytown: Recycle your old electronics at Hackley School this weekend.
White Plains: White Plains Hospital garners achievement award—again
Yorktown: A Bell Telephone retiree takes on Verizon at shareholders' meeting