Robert Hendricks doesn’t take offense when people look askance at him or utter commonly repeated misconceptions about the Jehovah’s Witnesses. Since he was baptized at 15 years old, Hendriks has been a Jehovah’s Witness, perhaps the most misunderstood denomination of
New York State is ramping up efforts to vaccinate as many residents as possible by requiring students who attend the state’s public university systems to be vaccinated in order to return to in-person classes in September. Gov. Andrew Cuomo made
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Mount Kisco is hoping to resume its Fire Department Parade this year, but a host of variables related to the coronavirus and guidance from health officials and the state will determine whether that can be achieved. The department has requested
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By Alexa Jindal Dixie Kiefer was the first person to fly a plane off a moving ship at night, the recipient of 10 medals earned in both World Wars and a man with as many service-related injuries. Yorktown Heights resident
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A Lake Carmel resident will spend the next seven years in prison following a two-month investigation where law enforcement officials purchased over $2,800 worth of methamphetamine from him. Brian Flandreau, 42, received the enhanced sentence on Wednesday after pleading guilty
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State legislators gathered with ArtsWestchester Friday to celebrate a $1 million award that will be regranted to arts groups in Westchester and Rockland counties through a new ReStart The Arts Grant Program to be administered by ArtsWestchester to help organizations
By Morris Gut A warm, friendly greeting from Erin, the bartender, and Rob, the manager, was a welcoming start to my lunch at The Barley House on Commerce Street in Thornwood. The wraparound bar area, with its barn wood accents
By Bill Primavera When I was an adolescent, I had a loyal little mutt named Satin (because her coat was so shiny) who would go wild, leaping up and down when I asked if she wanted to go outside? Since
By Brian Kluepfel I am woefully behind the times, so much so that when humankind goes extinct, the news will take five or six years to reach me, somewhere on a Peruvian mountaintop watching the last DVD player in the
The impact of global warming, and its effects on the environment, continues to attract worldwide attention every day (whether embracing, doubting or refuting the headlines). Changes are afoot in our perception of global warming and climate change, be it short-term
By Alexa Jindal The 53rd annual Glenn D. Loucks Memorial games took place from Thursday, May 6 through Saturday, May 9 at White Plains High School. It was established in 1968 and has since been regarded as one of the
Carmel Blanks Ossining, Briarcliff Remains Undefeated By Ray Gallagher, Examiner Sports Editor @Directrays & Rob DiAntonio @RJD_Photos It’s hard to argue that winning a Section 1 Class A baseball title is as tough as it gets; given the very nature