After two years of discussions, a village-wide survey and three contentious public hearings, the Pleasantville Village Board voted unanimously last week to ban the use of fuel-powered leaf blowers from May 15 to Sept. 30. The new law will go into effect
Beatrice Kern and Jessica Sheridan want to help people live fuller lives by talking about death over coffee, tea and cookies.
Think of how many times you were sick that required you to miss a day from school. That never happened to new Westlake High School graduate Kathleen Bennett.
Arielle Goldstein, a special education teacher at Lakeview Elementary School in Mahopac, brought mini farm animals to teach students about animal care.
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Yorktown Police have charged three Brooklyn men with robbery and other crimes after they ransacked Yorktown Pharmacy Thursday afternoon and led police on a manhunt. According to police, the three individuals entered the pharmacy at 1905 Commerce St. about 4:20
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Arielle Goldstein, a special education teacher at Lakeview Elementary School in Mahopac, brought a bunch of mini farm animals from her home to teach her students about animal care. “I grew up working at Muscoot Farm in Somers,” said Goldstein.
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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Westchester held its first in-person “Bowl for Kids Sake” fundraiser since the start of the COVID pandemic June 7 at Bowlero bowling alley in White Plains. The fundraiser rolled in 85 bowlers, as well as
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Active cases of COVID-19 have been steadily dropping over the past two weeks giving Westchester County the go-ahead to have a full schedule of summer events in the next two-and-a-half months. As of Sunday, active cases in the county stood
There will be no COVID-related restrictions throughout Westchester County despite continued elevated readings of the virus in the community. County Executive George Latimer said Monday that active cases in the county reached 5,711 as of Saturday, 235 more than the
COVID-19 infection rates and active cases are accelerating locally and statewide as most of New York, including the lower Hudson Valley, appears to be in the midst of another wave. With statewide rates reaching 10 percent on Sunday and all
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The Examiner News has been selected as the best Local Community Newspaper in the Readers’ Picks category in Westchester Magazine’s annual Best of Westchester Contest. Examiner Media publishes The Examiner News local news website, as well as four print editions,
By Scott Levine The summer solstice – the first day of summer – was about a week ago. This means the first lunar cycle of summer is about to start with today’s new moon (June 28). There’s an incredible amount
By Bill Primavera One way that I really enjoy serving my community is as a member of my town’s Advisory Board on Architecture and Community Appearance (ABACA). All sorts of projects come to our attention for review and recommendations, from
I run into a personal wine dilemma every summer. As a general rule, I prefer red wine for my outdoor adventures, but wilting summer temperatures preclude me from enjoying my favorites from home or wine shop shelves. Most red wines
By Sam Federman The first week of the 15th annual Lakeland Summer Soccer League is in the books as high school teams from all over the area come to stay sharp and play as a team over the summer months.
By Sam Federmean Across the street from the Mahopac Fire Department sits a rather nondescript roller hockey rink, where on Wednesday night, a collection of young men, including many Division I players, played the Mahopac Water Panthers first home game
The Examiner green machine delivered the franchise’s third Mount Kisco Little League Baseball championship with Saturday’s 7-5 win over M&R Deli. Coach Josh Elder commended his team, saying the squad’s performance Saturday was its best of the 2022 spring season.
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Debbie Cohen-Bahl wakes up at 6:45am each weekday morning and helps usher her three children out of the house and on their way to school. She takes a light hand with them – fully in-tune with teenagers’ need for independence