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  1. Dutchess County Budget Director Retires After 23 Years

    Dutchess County Budget Director Retires After 23 Years

    DUTCHESS COUNTY, N.Y. - For the last 23 years, Valerie Sommerville has served Dutchess County, but for the past 12, she has been County Budget Director, and Thursday, Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro announced her retirement.“During almost a quarter-century of service to Dutchess County, Valerie Sommerville has seen significant change in our national and local economic climate – ...

  2. Three Face DWI Charges After Separate Orangetown Stops

    Three Face DWI Charges After Separate Orangetown Stops

    ORANGETOWN, N.Y. - Since Dec. 5, the Orangetown Police Department has charged drivers with drunk driving in three separate incidents.While on patrol shortly before 3 a.m. on Dec. 5, an officer stopped Andrew Letterese, 29 of Congers, for a traffic violation. The officer then asked that Letterese perform the standard field sobriety tests and a breath test, both of which he allegedly ...

  3. Byram Hills PTSA Wraps Up 'The Gift Of Giving'

    Byram Hills PTSA Wraps Up 'The Gift Of Giving'

    BYRAM HILLS, N.Y. -- The Byram Hills Parent Teacher Student Association is holding a "Gift of Giving" event where families come together at the Wampus School cafeteria to wrap presents for children in need. On Tuesday, from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. parents and children will be wrapping presents for the students at the Pleasantville Cottage School. The school is a not-for-profit ...

  4. Train Show Ends, Greenburgh Nature Center Plans For 2016

    Train Show Ends, Greenburgh Nature Center Plans For 2016

    GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- Even with the annual train show at the Greenburgh Nature Center ending this weekend, visitors should plan ahead and look to 2016 for new and annual events being held.The Yonkers Model Railroad Club’s dazzling train displays come together with members of the Nature Centers's animal family. The last day of the show is Sunday, and it will be open to both members and ...

  5. Bronxville Students Debate As Model UN Ambassadors

    Bronxville Students Debate As Model UN Ambassadors

    BRONXVILLE, N.Y. - For nearly 20 years, Bronxville High School students have stepped into the shoes of United Nations ambassadors to debate a variety of current issues during annual the Model United Nations Conference.This year, a group of 19 high school students, in grades 10 through 12, went to Princeton University from Nov. 19-22 to participate in the experience. “The experience ...

  6. Assemblyman Zebrowski Supports Reforms For Common Core

    Assemblyman Zebrowski Supports Reforms For Common Core

    NEW CITY, N.Y. -- Assemblyman Kenneth Zebrowski says he supports the idea of reforming Common Core.With Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Common Core Task Force concluding its work and submitting recommendations to the Governor shortly, Zebrowski sent a letter asking that he support reforms to the Common Core. The letter asks the governor to support reforms to the Common Core curriculum, reduce ...

  7. Suspicious Backpack Tops North Castle Police Blotter

    Suspicious Backpack Tops North Castle Police Blotter

    NORTH CASTLE, N.Y. -- North Castle police had a busy weekend, starting with a suspicious package the morning of Saturday, Dec. 5. Mount Pleasant police reported that they received a tip via the hotline about 10:20 a.m. saying there was a suspicious backpack that had been left on the right side of the Kensico Dam staircase. The Kensico Dam Response plan was activated, which includes the ...

  8. Senate Leader, Son Found Guilty In Case Involving Westchester Law Firm

    Senate Leader, Son Found Guilty In Case Involving Westchester Law Firm

    This story has been updated.After only two days of deliberation, a Manhattan Federal Court found New York Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos and his son Adam guilty of corruption charges, according to reports.Skelos was found guilty of illegally approving a contract for a Scarsdale firm for which his son had been employed.Skelos and his son were found guilty of using the senator’s power ...

  9. Stony Point Historical Society Reopens One-Room Schoolhouse

    Stony Point Historical Society Reopens One-Room Schoolhouse

    STONY POINT, N.Y. -- The Stony Point Historical Society invites the town to celebrate the reopening of the Pyngyp One-Room Schoolhouse on Sunday.The original schoolhouse was opened in 1812 and served the community, in one form or another, until 1945, when the district outgrew the space. The schoolhouse was added to the New York State Register of Historic Places in November 2011 and to ...

  10. Long Standing Mahopac Minister, Kenneth Mast, Retires

    Long Standing Mahopac Minister, Kenneth Mast, Retires

    MAHOPAC, N.Y. - After 27 years as pastor at Mahopac First Presbyterian Church, Kenneth Mast is retiring. The beloved minister, served the church since 1998 as pastor and since that time has also served as the Protestant Chaplain for the Mahopac Falls Volunteer Fire Department, organizer of the CROP Hunger Walk, and a Board Member of the Putnam Habitat for Humanity.For a full profile of ...

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