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Peekskill Military Academy alumni to continue annual Memorial Day tradition on...

A group of Peekskill Military Academy alums will continue a Memorial Day tradition Monday when they meet at the site of their former school—which...

Next week: Board of Education to host public forum on superintendent...

The Peekskill City School District Board of Education invites members of the Peekskill community to join them for a public forum on Wednesday, May...

Five things to do this Memorial Day weekend in Peekskill

Regardless of what the weather brings us this Memorial Day weekend, there are plenty of things to do in Peekskill. Below, we list five...

Peekskill’s Nyrie Holliman signs letter of intent to play basketball at...

Editor's Note: The following information was provided by the Peekskill City School District. Hard work, dedication and an endless number of hours on the basketball...

Peekskill Athletic Director Lou Panzanaro retiring

According to the posted agenda for a special May 25 Peekskill City School District Board of Education meeting, Athletic Director Lou Panzanaro will be...

First Hebrew Congregation to stand in solidarity with Muslim and immigrant...

Editor's Note: The following information was provided by Mark A. Lieberman.  The Coalition of Concerned Clergy—which includes First Hebrew Congregation of Peekskill and 21 other...

Six Peekskill High School students inducted into National Technical Honor Society

Editor's Note: The following BOCES press release was provided by the Peekskill City School District.  Six Peekskill High School students were inducted into the National...

County Legislator John Testa highlights environmental record

Editor's Note: County Legislator John Testa, who also served as mayor of Peekskill, recently highlighted his environmental record via press release.  County Legislator John Testa...

Images: Concert-goers flood to Peekskill for Nashskill Festival

The above photos show an overhead view of Saturday’s Nashskill Festival at Riverfront Green, courtesy of Vince Landers Jr. The bluegrass and country festival...

District Attorney’s Office on possible Dr. Fine investigation: ‘No comment’

The Westchester County District Attorney's Office tells The Peekskill Post that it has "no comment" on whether it is investigating possible financial misdeeds on...

State police searching for missing man last seen in Peekskill

UPDATE: Francis Dalessio has been found in Connecticut. New York State Police and the Montrose VA Hospital are seeking the public’s assistance to help locate 78-year-old...

Peekskill resident arrested for allegedly photographing woman in skirt as she...

According to the New York State Police, 36-year-old Peekskill resident Jeremiah J. Jones was arrested May 17 for second-degree unlawful surveillance, a Class E felony. Troopers...

Cortlandt Living magazine sets up shop in Peekskill

Cortlandt Living magazine established an office in downtown Peekskill last month, an occasion that was made even more exciting by the magazine's recent one-year...

The voice of Creed Scott Stapp talks to The Peekskill Post...

Scott Stapp, the founding member of Creed, a band that was famous for such hits as "My Own Prison," "Higher" and "With Arms Wide...

Peekskill City Hall employees, Chamber’s Deb Milone show love for children...

Members of the Peekskill community showed their continuing support for children with cancer by "dressing down" last month in honor of the five-year anniversary...

Body found in Hudson River near Bear Mountain Bridge Thursday morning

According to the Facebook group Kempter's Fire Wire, search teams found what appeared to be a body Thursday morning, possibly that of a recent...

Peekskill school budget passes; MacDonald and North elected to Board of...

The results of Tuesday's Peekskill City School District budget vote and Board of Education election, according to the Peekskill City School District, are as...

Two thirds of proposed school district budget slated for salaries and...

Voters will give an up or down vote Tuesday to a $89,634,989.23 budget for the 2017-18 school year. That represents a 3.55 percent increase...

Suspect faces criminal charges after entering and causing damage to vehicles...

A 20-year-old man is under arrest and facing charges after a resident of the Hillcrest Park Condominium complex contacted Peekskill police at 2 a.m. Monday...

Child’s World Academy celebrates Mother’s Day

Local mothers and grandmothers were treated to a very special Mother's Day Social at Child's World Academy on Saturday, May 6, in Peekskill. "This year's...