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  1. Indian Point 3 License To Continue Operating Without Recertification

    Indian Point 3 License To Continue Operating Without Recertification

    CORTLANDT, N.Y. - Even if the license for one of Indian Point's reactors is not re-certified by Sunday, Entergey, owners of the nuclear power plant, said it will continue to operate the plant, reported Time Warner Cable News. According to Time Warner Cable News, Entergy said it applied for a renewal license more than five years ago. During that time period, it has had a high safety ...

  2. Rhinebeck School Board Considers Later Start Time

    Rhinebeck School Board Considers Later Start Time

    RHINEBECK, N.Y. - It long has been argued by teenagers and doctors alike that teenagers need more sleep in the morning, and this year, the Rhinebeck School District is considering taking that advice. According to a report from Time Warner Cable News, the board of education is looking into changing the time of when school starts to allow students more time to sleep in the morning. This ...

  3. Protesters Line Street Against Pipeline

    Protesters Line Street Against Pipeline

    TARRYTOWN, N.Y. - Groups of protesters lined the streets outside the Westchester Marriott Hotel in Tarrytown earlier this week, while the Chair of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission was in a meeting at the hotel.According to a report from News 12, environmental protesters want the commission to rethink a new natural gas pipeline that had been approved by federal regulators in ...

  4. The WorkPace In Bridgeport Receives Newman's Own Grant To Help Veterans

    The WorkPace In Bridgeport Receives Newman's Own Grant To Help Veterans

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — The WorkPlace in Bridgeport has received a $20,000 grant from the Newman's Own Foundation in Westport to help fund their program that works with homeless veterans.“This grant enables us to enhance our holistic approach to meeting the needs of veterans while increasing the probability of obtaining employment,” said Joseph Carbone, president and CEO of The WorkPlace. ...

  5. Yale Wiffenpoofs To Sing At Southport Trinity Church

    Yale Wiffenpoofs To Sing At Southport Trinity Church

    SOUTHPORT, Conn. - The all-male a capella ensemble that is the Yale Wiffenpoofs will be visiting Southport's Trinity Episcopal Church for a special concert and reception Saturday, Dec. 12. The concert is a part of the church's "Music Under the Spire" program, which renews the tradition of music that has been part of Trinity's heritage. The concert is from 3-5 p.m. Doors will ...

  6. The Bott Shoppe Celebrates Grand Opening In Mamaroneck

    The Bott Shoppe Celebrates Grand Opening In Mamaroneck

    MAMARONECK, N.Y. – The Bott Shoppe Pop Up Art Gallery and Gift Shop in Mamaroneck, a limited-time boutique offering handmade and local items for sale through the holiday season, recently held its grand opening.The shop, owned by Laura Saravia Bott, offers everything from fine art to books and clothing to tech gifts, many of which are made by local artists and artisans in the greater New ...

  7. Newtown Flagpole Photographers Hold Contest, Holiday Party

    Newtown Flagpole Photographers Hold Contest, Holiday Party

    NEWTOWN, Conn. - The Newtown Flagpole Photography Club is inviting guests to vote for their favorite photograph during its annual December competition. This year's theme is "Predominate Color" so photographs can be any color, but one color should stand out in the photo as being predominate. It also happens to be the theme of this years annual holiday party. The holiday party ...

  8. Stamford Vigil To Remember Gun Violence Victims

    Stamford Vigil To Remember Gun Violence Victims

    STAMFORD, Conn. - On the steps of Old Town Hall in Stamford, the ENOUGH Campaign will have its third annual vigil Thursday to honor the lives lost to gun violence across the country. The vigil will take place on the steps of the Old Town Hall, 175 Atlantic St. from 5:30-7 p.m. The ENOUGH Campaign will be joined by the Greenwich Council against Gun Violence and the Brady Campaign ...

  9. Ramsey's Smith Middle School Need Your Help Delivering Gifts For Charity

    Ramsey's Smith Middle School Need Your Help Delivering Gifts For Charity

    RAMSEY, N.J. - Smith Middle School is looking for students and families interested in helping the All Wrapped-Up Gift Delivery charity to deliver donated gifts to families in need.As a part of the Community Service Club, students will be heading out from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Thursday Dec. 17 to bring the gifts to the families.Lunch will be provided following the deliveries, and ...

  10. Fairfield County Called The Most Unequal Place In America

    Fairfield County Called The Most Unequal Place In America

    FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. - A recent study by Business Insider shows that in addition to Fairfield County being the wealthiest county in the country, it is also the most unequal place.The study specifically notes that as of 2012, Bridgeport's per capita income was $19,743, with nearly a quarter of residents living below the poverty line, according to the US Census Bureau. However, the ...

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