Mount Kisco officials closed a public hearing last week on whether to obtain a key parcel through eminent domain while hearing continued criticisms from those opposed to the action and sitting a cell tower in Leonard Park. Written comments will
Mount Kisco officials closed a public hearing on whether to obtain a key parcel through eminent domain while hearing continued criticisms from those opposed to the action.
Some of jazz’s most exciting rising stars will perform at JazzFest White Plains this fall.
Erica Blit, a Harrison resident and mother of two, was posed a more difficult question by her daughter Skylar before she reached her second birthday: “Why doesn’t Brandon talk?”
It was quite fortuitous that the New Castle Historical Society was able to come up with the idea for its latest exhibit that opens this weekend at the Horace Greeley House in Chappaqua.
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The Village of Ossining has issued a request for proposal (RFP) from a qualified developer for the adaptive reuse of a National Register-listed historic building built in 1908, which sits on a village-owned parcel located at 200 Main Street. Located
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The courtroom in the Putnam Supreme and County Court in Carmel is being renamed in memory of Judge James F. Reitz, who gained notoriety for instituting a Drug Treatment Court in Putnam County that provided residents with an innovative way
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Some of jazz’s most exciting rising stars will perform at JazzFest White Plains this fall. This year’s headliners include the Joey Alexander Trio; the Buster Williams Quartet “Something More”; Grace Kelly and Ragan Whiteside and Friends. The performances are scheduled between
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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
COVID-19 cases continue to edge up in Westchester County and the region but hospitalizations and fatalities have seen little change. That is the trend that has emerged in recent weeks as the rate of infection has been creeping upward in
Westchester officials are warily keeping an eye on the persistent uptick in COVID-19 cases and infection rates, but a reporting change recommended by the federal government could at least be partly responsible for the uptick. The active caseload as of
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In late April, supporters gathered in Albany and virtually for a rally and candle lighting tribute, urging lawmakers to pass the Medical Aid in Dying Act ahead of the end of the current legislative session on June 2. As first
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By Brian McGowan It’s been a while since we visited the Celtic calendar. Time for a refresher on where we currently stand within it. May 1, just recently past, marked the feast of Beltaine, one of the four major Celtic
By Bill Primavera The other morning, I entered the elevator at my condo complex where I rarely see any other residents. But this time there was a fellow in the car when the doors opened. I had never seen him
By Morris Gut Bustling Wheeler Avenue in Pleasantville now sports a new steakhouse. Cliff Mascarenhas and partners have opened The Prime Stk-Out in the renovated space that previously operated at Bollywood Bistro. Mascarenhas also operates Baroso in Yorktown Heights. The
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No.2 Class AA Carmel Moves on, No.2 Mahopac Ousted in Class A By Tony Pinciaro Alana Espinoza was in no rush as she took the circle for eighth-seeded HEN HUD in the Section 1 Class A quarterfinal game against top-seeded
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