Westchester County police and its law enforcement partners will be conducting increased patrols around Jewish houses of worship and other high-profile locations during the upcoming High Holidays. All law enforcement agencies within Counter-Terrorism Zone 3 will be participating in Operation
New Castle Supervisor Ivy Pool admonished residents in her town this week who are pointing fingers at fellow residents for contributing to a recent spike in active COVID-19 cases. Pool spent nearly 10 minutes at the start of this week’s
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The Mt. Kisco Theater is the latest vacancy to line E. Main Street, with the popular movie house falling victim to forced closures and delayed reopenings caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. What was originally deemed a temporary closure due to
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Lakeland School District officials announced Wednesday students will be switching to a hybrid model of learning three weeks earlier than anticipated. At the start of the school year last week, all students were doing remote instruction and were expected to remain
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The Carmel Board of Education will return to in-person meetings on Tuesday, September 22 in the Carmel High School cafeteria. According the Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order, a total of 50 people may be in attendance (and/or 50% of the room
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The Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) was directed by Governor Andrew Cuomo last week to develop a plan to bolster mask compliance across public transportation system’s subways, buses and railroads. As a result, the MTA announced riders who refuse to wear
By Morris Gut With the Jewish High Holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur approaching, I thought it would be nice to have a good old-fashioned meal loaded with memories at Ben’s Kosher Delicatessen on Central Park Avenue in Scarsdale.
There are several subjects of past columns that come to mind as I prepare to pen a new one. One has been swirling around in my wine writer’s subconscious for several weeks. It is a tale full of intrigue, widespread
By Bill Primavera My homebuying history involves three purchases. The first was a wonderful town home in the historic neighborhood of Brooklyn Heights. The second was a large historic home in northern Westchester and my current residence is in a
By Dr. Aditya Rachakonda If you or a loved one is older, it’s sensible to stay home during the pandemic. But let’s face it, staying home usually leads to inactivity. If you have vascular disease, inactivity means you aren’t keeping
Ossining, White Plains to Challenge in AA; Pleasantville, Briarcliff to Continue Class B Rivalry Examiner Sports Editor@Directrays As one of the only shows in town this fall, Section 1 soccer players and coaches are set to take flight on
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@Directrays Another week, another postponement within the 11-member New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA). Now, folks in Section 1 are awaiting a Sept. 29 start date for low-risk sports like soccer (as if!), field hockey, cross country