Nature and gratitude — these are two themes that echo throughout 88-year-old Agathe Nadai’s thoughts as she writes her memoir while sheltering at home in Scarsdale.
Even in the midst of the global crisis, local heroes deserve to be recognized. Last Friday, Dec. 4, Westchester County did just that, spotlighting 49 residents, all aged 60 and older, at the 38th annual Senior Citizens Hall of Fame Awards. Sharing top honors at the virtual event was a gentle…
Throughout all of the twists and turns of this COVID-19 epidemic, one key fact has persisted: the people most seriously affected by the COVID-19 or novel coronavirus are those over the age of 60, and more specifically those who have underlying health conditions.
To say Tom Kline Jr. enjoys long walks on the beach is an understatement.
A friendship that lasted 73 years evolved into marriage for Louise Clark and Peter Smith.
They call him the colonel.
Elizabeth Bergstein of Popham Road has lived in the United States for nearly 45 years and Scarsdale for 25.
This senior is no stranger to the spotlight.
Aspen Road resident Audrey Wyman is a volunteer so great, she was canonized.
Mamaroneck strip resident Bob Pitofsky wasn’t interested in going to a co-worker’s party.