An Ossining man could face up to 25 years in jail after pleading guilty last week to stabbing a Black female teenager multiple times in an apartment complex last year. According to Westchester County District Attorney Miriam Rocah, Robert McCallion,
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Westchester, Rockland and Putnam counties have remained colorful and vibrant over the last century, thanks in part to Wallauer Paint and Decorating Centers. Founded in 1921, the fourth-generation family-owned business specializing in paint, hardware and design, is celebrating its 100th
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The Yorktown Town Board recently approved an expanded property tax benefit for military veterans. The amendment to the local Alternative Veterans Exemption and Cold War Veterans Exemption affects the following maximum property exemptions: ∙ Non-Combat Veteran exemptions will increase from $1,204
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New York State Parks Commissioner Erik Kulleseid recently announced a property acquisition along Route 9D in Putnam County as part of plans to construct a relocated trailhead for Brook Trail at Hudson Highlands State Park in Cold Spring. “While this property, the
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An Eastchester attorney was arraigned last week for promoting and possessing child pornography and unlawful surveillance of a minor. Androsky Lugo, 51, was charged on August 27 in Eastchester Town Court with Promoting an Obscene Sexual Performance by a Child,
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Fall in New York is better than ever, with The Great Jack-O’-Lantern Blaze and special Legend of Sleepy Hollow-themed experiences ready to launch in the Hudson Valley. Blaze: Hudson Valley returns to its location at Van Cortlandt Manor in Croton-on-Hudson
By Morris Gut The grand opening of a third Macelleria Italian Steakhouse brings prime dining to Byram, Conn. Hospitality veteran and proprietor Tony LaLa has completed a beautiful renovation to the 200-seat multilevel premises, highlighted by polished wooden floors, stone
By Bill Primavera As I sat down to write a piece about doorbells, I realized that it’s been so long since we’ve had visitors to our home in Trump Park – because of the pandemic – that I had forgotten
By Brian Kluepfel In 2018, while researching a book about Connecticut, I stumbled upon the life of author Edwin Way Teale, who lived in the state’s “Quiet Corner.” Teale’s four-part book series on the seasons, written between 1951 and 1965,
Last week we explored sparkling wines as natural food-pairing accompaniments. Having (hopefully) piqued your curiosity, it is now time to explore the numerous facets of sparkling wine in the form of a primer. 1) What makes sparkling wines unique? It
By Andy Jacobs For a good portion of Saturday afternoon’s season opener against visiting Nanuet, it seemed the Briarcliff/Hamilton football team was always just one big play away from getting back into a contest it had fallen behind by 21
By Andy Jacobs With longtime head coach Bill Broggy stepping down following the end of the spring season just a few months ago, a new era dawned on Friday night with Andrew Giuliano taking over the reins of the Fox
By Ray Gallagher, Examiner Sports Editor @Directrays While everyone was focused on the big dogs of Class A last Friday at SOMERS High, which narrowly defeated MAHOPAC, 17-14, in the DeMatteo Bowl II, it was Coach Ed Mulvihill’s BREWSTER Bears
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By Ray Gallagher, Examiner Sports Editor, @Directrays Ever since I was five, sports has always been a great unifier, something that brought my dad and I together… even during those tough early years I thought we’d never survive #LoveYouPop. When
By Ray Gallagher, Examiner Sports Editor @Directrays So, it looks like local school districts are going to let our kids play ball – at least for now. A week after rendering some distressing guidance regarding COVID-19 and the Delta variant
Let’s Hope Section 1 Admins Back our Student-Athletes By Ray Gallagher, Examiner Sports Editor @Directrays There were so many things about high school, Lakeland High, in particular, that were so cool back in the day, yet there were some things