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  1. Indian Cultural Festival Offers Food, Fun In Demarest

    Indian Cultural Festival Offers Food, Fun In Demarest

    DEMAREST, N.J. – Dedicated Indians of America, a nonprofit Indian youth organization based in New Jersey, has set its “friend-raiser” Indian Diwali Festival for Sunday, Oct. 4, at Demarest Duck Pond Park.The cultural festival features performances, rides, games and Indian food. Vendor booths will offer clothing, jewelry, gifts, crafts and home décor.“We welcome talents from all ...

  2. Gold Cup Show Jumping In North Salem Draws Large Audience

    Gold Cup Show Jumping In North Salem Draws Large Audience

    NORTH SALEM – The American Gold Cup show jumping competition at Old Salem Farm recently drew the largest live television audience ever for an equestrian event, according to the event organizers.Designated as an FEI World Cup qualifying event, the $200,000 American Gold Cup Grand Prix brought world-class equestrian competition to North Salem.Irish native Richie Moloney prevailed over a ...

  3. Englewood Cliffs Flu Clinic Set For Sept. 29

    Englewood Cliffs Flu Clinic Set For Sept. 29

    ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J. – Flu season is approaching, and the Englewood Cliffs Board of Health will offer flu shots for children and adults Tuesday, Sept. 29.The immunization clinic is from 4-7 p.m. at the Community Building, 488 Hudson Terrace.Shots are available for ages 3 and older. The cost for those who do not have Medicare is $25 for the standard vaccine and $30 for a ...

  4. 9-Year-Old Girl Calls Out Stamford's Vineyard Vines For 'Lazy' Name

    9-Year-Old Girl Calls Out Stamford's Vineyard Vines For 'Lazy' Name

    STAMFORD, Conn. – When a 9-year-old speaks, a company had better listen. And if she sends a handwritten letter complaining about the name of your vaunted pajama pants, well, that’s no contest.Stamford-based Vineyard Vines recently posted a mea culpa on its blog, after 9-year-old Adair from North Carolina wrote to the company complaining that its lounge pants for men and boys were named ...

  5. New Rochelle, Ursuline School Students Named National Merit Semifinalists

    New Rochelle, Ursuline School Students Named National Merit Semifinalists

    NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. – Six students from New Rochelle High School and five from The Ursuline School are among 16,000 semifinalists in the 61st annual National Merit Scholarship Program, the National Merit Scholarship Corp. announced.The semifinalists from New Rochelle High School are Gabrielle N. Altman, Oliver K. Hughes, Rebecca A. Meisler, Eli M. Sills, Sammy D. Stone and Taylor R. ...

  6. New Scarsdale Boutique Hosts Fall Celebration Oct. 1-3

    New Scarsdale Boutique Hosts Fall Celebration Oct. 1-3

    SCARSDALE, N.Y. – Sophia’s Things, a new fashion boutique on Depot Place at the Scarsdale train station, will host its Fall celebration and grand opening from Thursday, Oct. 1, through Saturday, Oct. 3.“We want to tell our friends and neighbors in Scarsdale – come on over and help us celebrate the new season,” said boutique owner Sophia Cousins. “We have some amazing new clothes that ...

  7. Alden Place Suspicious Person Report Is Unfounded, Police Say

    Alden Place Suspicious Person Report Is Unfounded, Police Say

    MILLBROOK, N.Y. – A report of a suspicious person at Alden Place Elementary School proved to be unfounded, but patrols around Millbrook schools were increased as a precaution, state police said.An Alden Place student reported to school administrators Wednesday, Sept. 16, that while the student was walking to school, a man approached and attempted to grab the student. The state police ...

  8. Habitat Rebuilds Home to Honor Pope Francis' Visit

    Habitat Rebuilds Home to Honor Pope Francis' Visit

    NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. – In honor of Pope Francis’ visit to New York, Habitat for Humanity of Westchester is spending 10 days rebuilding a home in Yonkers and rehabilitating entire neighborhoods by challenging people of all faiths to pick up their hammers.“Affordable home ownership is at a crisis,” said Jim Killoran, executive director of Habitat of Westchester. “The pope is an ...

  9. Bergen Regional Hires Law Firm To Fight OSHA Fine

    Bergen Regional Hires Law Firm To Fight OSHA Fine

    PARAMUS, N.J. – Bergen Regional Medical Center has hired a Washington, D.C. law firm to contest a federal workplace safety fine after assaults by patients on employees in eight incidents this year, hospital officials confirmed to northjersey.com.The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration this month proposed a fine of $13,600 against the medical center after employees ...

  10. New Owner Resurrects Dormant Pleasantville Development

    New Owner Resurrects Dormant Pleasantville Development

    PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. – A ground-floor retail space and two floors of apartments are planned for a vacant structure at 98 Washington Ave., according to documents on file with the village. Pleasantville planners have been in discussions since March with the new owner of the building, York Funding LLC of Long Island City.The plans call for 14 apartments on the second and third floors and ...

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