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  1. Cresskill Church Sponsors Dance For LGBTQ Youths

    Cresskill Church Sponsors Dance For LGBTQ Youths

    CRESSKILL, N.J. -- Cresskill Congregational Church is hosting the Rainbow Cafe's Holiday Dance for LGBTQ youths on Friday, Dec. 18. All LGBTQ youths between the ages of 13 and 19 are invited to attend the dance. A $5 admission fee at the door includes pizza and refreshments and a chance to listen to DJ Kevyn. The dance will last from 7-10 p.m., all are welcome to meet friends or flirt ...

  2. New Windsor Student Charged With Posting Threat

    New Windsor Student Charged With Posting Threat

    NEW WINDSOR, N.Y. -- Following a threatening post on the social media site Yik Yak, police arrested a SUNY Oneonta student from New Windsor on Sunday night, according to a report on Time Warner Cable News. Brandon Matthew Negron, 20, of New Windsor, allegedly posted “I’m going to shoot up the school. Be prepared Oneonta,” TWC reported.Negron was released on bail after being arrested, ...

  3. Wilton's Michael LaSala Honored As Offensive Lineman Of The Year

    Wilton's Michael LaSala Honored As Offensive Lineman Of The Year

    WILTON, Conn. - Wilton's Michael LaSala, now a junior at Washington and Lee University in Virginia is being honored by the Touchdown Club of Richmond as Offensive Lineman of the Year. LaSala was selected as the College Division Offensive Lineman of the Year and will be honored Wednesday at the 2015 Dudley/Lanier Awards Banquet sponsored by the Richmond Times Dispatch and the Touchdown ...

  4. Local Author Tells Tales About Famous Dog At Westport Public Library

    Local Author Tells Tales About Famous Dog At Westport Public Library

    WESTPORT, Conn. - In 2009, the Richard Gere film "Hachi" pulled at the heartstrings of anyone who saw it. In her new book Westport resident Yumi Hosono remembers the famous Akita that the film is based on. Hosono will speak about her book "Reminiscence of Shibuya, 1929-1938" at the Westport Public Library on Wednesday Dec. 9 starting at noon. The book talks about the ...

  5. Man Charged With Trying To Steal 12 Packs Of Red Bull From Westport Store

    Man Charged With Trying To Steal 12 Packs Of Red Bull From Westport Store

    WESTPORT, Conn. — Westport police were called to the Shelton Police Department on Friday to take custody of a man who ran out of the Stop & Shop in Westport with 12 four packs of Red Bull in August, police said. According to the police report, 36-year-old Christopher Freer of Ansonia went into the Stop & Shop on the Post Road on Aug. 28 and attempted to steal the packs of energy ...

  6. Lodi University Stages Christmas Concert

    Lodi University Stages Christmas Concert

    LODI, N.J. - The Felician University Choir will be performing carols at Lodi University's Immaculate Conception Chapel on Wednesday, Dec. 9. The choir, under the direction of Barbara Gordon, will present a "Lessons and Carols," concert, starting at 7 pm in the chapel. All are welcome to come listen to readings of the Story, with traditional carols and Christmas songs. For any ...

  7. American Cut Steakhouse Expands To Englewood Cliffs

    American Cut Steakhouse Expands To Englewood Cliffs

    ENGLEWOOD, N.J. - Travel + Leisure magazine has called the American Cut Bar & Grill one of America's Best Steakhouses, and its coming to Englewood. According to Boozy Burbs, the steakhouse is planning a March opening at its newest location on Sylvan Avenue. The restaurant's website shows off a menu that is a modern take on classic American dishes When open, American Cut will be open ...

  8. Fieldhome Hosts Red Cross Blood Drive In Cortlandt

    Fieldhome Hosts Red Cross Blood Drive In Cortlandt

    CORTLANDT, N.Y. - The Fieldhome Rehabilitation Center is hosting an American Red Cross Blood Drive today. From 1 to 6 p.m. the Red Cross will be at Fieldhome working with volunteers donating their blood.It is recommended that donors schedule an appointment to avoid a wait time. To schedule an appointment contact Lynn Tecchio at 914-739-2244, ext. x5613. Fieldhome is at 2300 Catherine ...

  9. Teen Indicted By Grand Jury In West Nyack Man's Murder

    Teen Indicted By Grand Jury In West Nyack Man's Murder

    WEST NYACK, N.Y. -- A homeless man was indicted on murder charges Friday in the slaying death Tuesday of a West Nyack resident found stabbed in his apartment.Dylan Lentini, 19, of New York City was charged with the murder of 66-year-old Michael Wimbert, according to Clarkstown police. The young adult found his victim on Craigslist, seeking a room for rent,.Lentini made arrangements to ...

  10. Mamaroneck Library Bids Farewell To Longtime Workers, Welcomes New Ones

    Mamaroneck Library Bids Farewell To Longtime Workers, Welcomes New Ones

    MAMARONECK, N.Y. -- It's always difficult to look back over the course of a year and reflect on what's happened, but this year stands out with so many things to be thankful for and so many changes. Last month, we bid a fond farewell to our lon-time caretaker, Tom Burke. Tom was a familiar sight in the library as he handled the deliveries, the coordination of maintenance and repairs, and ...

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