A proposal to build a six-story apartment building with 94 units of affordable housing for seniors has been approved by the Yonkers Planning Board. The...
A groundbreaking ceremony was scheduled for today at the Wartburg adult care community in Mount Vernon for the Berkemeier Living Center. The new building...
Wartburg, which provides a range of services for senior citizens from short-term rehabilitation to nursing home and assisted living care, on June 3 received...
The actor who played Tony Soprano’s Uncle Junior in the Emmy-award winning show “The Sopranos” was featured at the inaugural performance of “Music Under the Stars” at Wartburg in Mount Vernon.
Institute for Music and Neurologic Function (IMNF), based at Wartburg’s Mount Vernon facility, hosted a return of its Music Has Power Awards at the...
Mount Vernon-based Wartburg, which offers senior residential and health care services, honored people who have named it as a beneficiary in their estate plans during its annual Passavant Society Luncheon.
Wartburg has partnered with Westchester Community College to provide workforce development to Wartburg staff and management.
David J. Gentner has received the 2017 Humanitarian Award from The Grace-Ujamaa Development Corporations in Mount Vernon.
A new partnership offers Mount Vernon senior citizens over age 65 the opportunity to earn a college degree without charge.
Nearly 340 guests attended and the event attracted 40 sponsors.
Subjects covered included the role of a will, charitable gifts that can be incorporated into an estate plan and estate taxes.
If every one of their ideas comes to fruition, a half-billion dollars in investments would create more than 1,200 dwellings.
Wartburg, the senior care center in Mount Vernon, has honored 90 employees for their service.
Sarah Lawrence students use theater outreach to help Wartburg senior residents express their creativity.
Pace University and a telehealth technology company work with elderly Mount Vernon residents in a remote patient monitoring pilot program.