For nearly 25 years, Huma Abedin has had a front seat to history and unforgettable and notorious events. Sometimes it was in her role as a staffer and trusted adviser for former First Lady, senator and secretary of state Hillary
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Armonk Lions Club leadership must enroll new members this month or face the possibility that its chapter would be forced to fold. The service organization, which was formed 82 years ago in Armonk, needs at least 11 members to sign up
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A Bronx man wanted on an attempted murder charge in New York City was arrested Wednesday after he led officers on a wild chase along two parkways through Westchester and onto local streets in Yonkers. Dwayne Tucker, 27, of East 224th Street
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A GoFundMe account has been set up to assist a Brewster man with medical costs associated with his battle with leukemia. More than $38,000 has already been pledged for Rob Vrabel, who was diagnosed in June with APL (Acute Promyelocytic
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The French-American School of New York (FASNY) has sold its 130-acre property in the Gedney Farms neighborhood of White Plains to a residential developer. FASNY, which educates more than 720 students at three locations in Mamaroneck and Larchmont, had been
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Rising COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations will force Westchester County Executive George Latimer to declare a state of emergency this week in hopes of heading off more serious consequences related to the virus. Latimer said Monday he intends to craft a
Gov. Kathy Hochul said Monday it is only a matter of time before the new COVID-19 variant Omicron appears in New York State but was optimistic that if residents take common-sense precautions, they will be protected. Last Friday, Hochul declared
The first month of weekly COVID-19 testing of students, teachers and staff in Westchester’s schools designed to avoid shutdowns has yielded a minuscule fraction of positive cases. County Health Commissioner Dr. Sherlita Amler and First Deputy Commissioner Renee Recchia reported
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It happened again. When news broke across my TV about the shooting spree at Oxford High School in Oakland County, Michigan, it brought everything back. For good and for ill, guns have played a recurring, though significant role in my
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I accumulate readers’ questions and comments, then periodically address one of them in a column. For what it’s worth, these columns are my thoughts on facts and misconceptions swirling around the wine world, which are popping up on readers’ radar
By Bill Primavera Whenever I take stock of things or situations that please me, my home is always on top of the list as a source of contentment, whether a new but small studio apartment in Greenwich Village when I
“All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better.” —Ralph Waldo Emerson By Richard Cirulli We can all agree we often find ourselves perplexed when we feel challenged by the gauntlet of life’s trials and tribulations. At
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For a little while on Saturday afternoon, it sure seemed as though the Pleasantville Panthers possessed what it would take to bring down the top-ranked football team in the state. The Panthers’ sophomore star, Daniel Picart, had already found his
By Ray Gallagher, Examiner Sports Editor @Directrays SYRACUSE — Somers High grid Coach Anthony DeMatteo’s decision to go for two points and the victory in the waning moments of the NYSPHSAA Class A title game last Friday at the Carrier
State-Ranked (No.9) Tuskers Topple Rye, 14-7, Seek 2nd NYS Title vs. CBA By Ray Gallagher, Examiner Sports Editor @Directrays MIDDLETOWN — When a Somers High football player conjures up a likeness akin to former All-NYS star WR Matt Pires (circa