Westchester Offers Free Rabies Vaccinations in Cortlandt

Last year there were numerous reports of rabid animals being caught in Westchester County. To help prevent your pet from being infected, free rabies vaccinations will be available by appointment for dogs and cats owned by Westchester County residents on

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Women Honored as Girl Scouts Celebrate 100th Anniversary

Millions of girls and women around the globe have something in common: they are or were a Girl Scout. On March 12, Girls Scouts will be celebrating its 100th anniversary.  To help commemorate, Girl Scouts Heart of the Hudson (GSHH)

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Confirmed: Katz will Primary Ball for 40th State Senate Seat

After weeks of speculation, Assemblyman Steve Katz (R-Yorktown) will officially announce on Monday that he will primary state Senator Greg Ball (R-Patterson) for the 40th Senate District seat, his spokesperson Ed Kowalski confirmed. Katz, who was voted into office as

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Business of the Week Mario’s Pizza & Pasta, Mount Kisco

Folks who’ve lived in Mount Kisco a while will remember the depot that was located next to the Metro-North train station and served as the Mount Kisco Volunteer Ambulance Corps headquarters. The ambulances left and about seven years ago and

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DOT to Host Info Meeting on Taconic Bridge Project

The Taconic State Parkway (TSP) northbound bridge over the New Croton Reservoir will be closed beginning Monday, March 26, through Friday, Nov. 9, to perform extensive bridge repairs on the AMVETS Bridge. Northbound traffic will be moved onto the southbound

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Business of the Week Good Food, Briarcliff Manor

For years John Chambal was accustomed to working in high-volume restaurant kitchens. Now singlehandedly he runs Good Food, Briarcliff Manor’s only créperie, where you’ll find this self-taught chef whipping up an eclectic menu of Asian, Greek, Indian and American food.

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