Candidates across several municipalities in Westchester and Putnam counties will be going head-to-head during the June 22 Primary Election. See our Primary Election coverage. Download the print version here – Examiner 6-15-21 Election Early Voting Hours and Polling Sites for
The COVID-19 infection rate in New York is diminishing slowly but the steadily rising vaccine rate has put the state on the verge of a near full reopening. On Monday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the vaccination rate for adults 18
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Westchester County Police Friday morning investigated the death of a man who jumped from the Kensico Dam in Valhalla. Police, who referred to the incident as an “apparent suicide,” said the man jumped from the dam around 11 a.m. The man,
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By Samuel Rowland A rainbow sea filled the parking lot of Yorktown’s Town Hall on a cloudy Saturday last week as the town celebrated its first-ever public LGBTQ Pride event and march. Participants filed in to the beats of a
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For the second time, voters in the Carmel Central School District defeated a budget Tuesday for $132 million for the 2021-2022 school year. The second budget was revised and scaled down $1 million from the first proposed budget of $133
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As part of its mission, Grandpas United of the White Plains Youth Bureau has established a Civic Engagement Award Program and is honoring six graduating high school seniors who have developed the knowledge, skills, values and motivation to make a
By Dr. Elan Michael Growing up with a grandfather, who was not only a chiropractor but lived and breathed chiropractic care, the idea of preventative medicine was always second nature to me. In America, we encourage dental health and hygiene,
By Brian McGowan We continue this month exploring Irish patriots, a group in which few stand as large as the legendary Eamon DeValera. At the age of 34, “Dev,” as he was known to friend and foe alike, faced a
By Bill Primavera COVID-19 did a good job of casting a pall over our day-to-day lifestyle, stuck mainly at home as we were and venturing out only masked and fearful of getting too close to anyone else. It would be
“It’s like putting new wine in old bottles.” I recently heard this time-worn phrase as a politically charged comment on proposed federal legislation. I began thinking of this in the context of wine. The wine industry has evolved more in
By Ray Gallagher Examiner Sports Editor @Directrays & Rob DiAntonio @RJD_Photos Rye’s Jack O’Byrne scored a fate-changing goal in the Garnets’ 11-7 Section 1 Class B title win over visiting Yorktown last Saturday night, which was a sign of the
By Tony Pinciaro & Ray Gallagher We have seen great individual pitchers hailing from the Westchester/Putnam regions of Section 1 before, but Mahopac senior Shannon Becker and juniors, Stella Bale of Lakeland, and Maya Servedio of Yorktown, form one of