July 27, 2021:
In last week’s photo caption about the recent grand opening of Hudson Valley Beta Kitchen in Croton-on-Hudson, Kimberly Ragazzo was incorrectly identified as a Cortlandt Town Board member. Ragazzo is Cortlandt Town Justice. The Examiner regrets the error.
July 6, 2021:
In last week’s article on the pending demolition of the structure that housed WRNW in Briarcliff Manor, it incorrectly stated that one of its former disc jockeys, Bruce Figler, went on to work at WNEW-FM in Manhattan. He worked at WTFM and WAPP in the city. The Examiner regrets the error.
June 22, 2021:
In last week’s Carmel supervisor and Town Board primary preview article, it was incorrectly reported that there would be no Democrats on the November ballot. There is no Democrat running for supervisor but Democrats April Daly and James Carmody are running for Town Board.
In last week’s story on the Democratic primary for Greenburgh supervisor, it stated that Supervisor Paul Feiner would be the longest continuously serving supervisor in Westchester. If victorious, Feiner would be the currently longest serving supervisor.
In last week’s article on the Yorktown Pride parade, it was incorrectly reported that Supervisor Matt Slater’s brother had been a former president of SUNY Stony Brook’s Gay Student Union. It should have read that Councilman Ed Lachterman’s brother served in that capacity.
Last week’s Business Spotlight article on Dana’s Diner contained an incorrect street address. Dana’s Diner is located at 565 Route 6 in Mahopac. The Examiner regrets the errors.
June 1, 2021:
In last week’s article about the Pleasantville Fire Department blood drive on May 27, it was incorrectly reported that the Community Center of Northern Westchester is a blood donation location. The Examiner regrets the error.
February 23, 2021:
In last week’s article in the Northern Westchester Examiner about Eric DiBartolo being charged with grand larceny, it incorrectly stated that the former Yorktown highway superintendent is a current fire chief. DiBartolo had previously held the position. The Examiner regrets the error.
Jan 5, 2021:
In last week’s article about the pantry at the Montrose VA, (“Montrose VA Pantry Supervisor Looks to Help Veterans in Need”), its founder, Regina Tracy, was misidentified as a psychiatrist. Tracy was a social worker. The Examiner regrets the error.