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Sam Barron

Community Editor

An (almost) lifelong Westchester resident, Sam has reported on all facets of Westchester since he graduated from Ryerson University with a degree in print journalism, including stints at North County News and The Examiner. A film columnist for WAG Magazine, Sam's moviegoing expertise has been profiled in the New York Times and he was a featured guest on VH1's Big Morning Buzz Live.

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  1. ShopRite Could Be Opening New Northern Westchester Store

    ShopRite Could Be Opening New Northern Westchester Store

    A new ShopRite could soon be coming to Northern Westchester.The Village of Mount Kisco is hosting a joint village board and planning board meeting Thursday, Jan.18 to discuss plans for bringing the supermarket to 333 North Bedford Road, opposite Staples.The 70,000 square foot supermarket would be relocated from its Bedford Hills location, also on Route 117."The current zoning ...

  2. Yorktown Water Main Break Causes Service Interruptions, Discolored Water

    Yorktown Water Main Break Causes Service Interruptions, Discolored Water

    A water main break occurred at Granite Springs Road at Curry Street just before noon Thursday, Yorktown Police said.Yorktown Police said service would be temporarily interrupted. If anyone experiences discolored water, police said they should run cold water until it clears.

  3. Yonkers Superintendent Gets New Five-Year Contract

    Yonkers Superintendent Gets New Five-Year Contract

    YONKERS, N.Y. -- The Yonkers Board of Education likes what it sees with Superintendent Edwin Quezada.The board unanimously approved a new 5-year contract for Quezada, beginning Feb. 1 and ending Jan. 31, 2023."It is clear to the Trustees that our school district and our community need the confidence that there is a stable long-term strategic improvement plan for our district," ...

  4. New Starbucks Opening In Westchester

    New Starbucks Opening In Westchester

    Starbucks lovers will have a new place to check out in Westchester.The coffee giant has signed a 10-year-lease to open at 280 East Main Street in Elmsford. The 2,200 square foot store will also feature a drive-thru. The store is expected to open in the spring.The Starbucks is part of the Apex at 290 property, an 81-unit residential development.

  5. Pleasantville, Greenburgh Residents Complain About Post Office

    Pleasantville, Greenburgh Residents Complain About Post Office

    PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- The snowstorm in early January caused some Pleasantville residents to miss out on their mail.In Facebook groups, residents complained about not receiving any mail from the post office for more than five days following the Jan. 4 snowstorm and having run-ins with the post office when trying to get customer service.George Flood, a spokesman for the US Post Office, ...

  6. Indian Point Employees Ready To Strike

    Indian Point Employees Ready To Strike

    BUCHANAN, N.Y. --  The union that represents employees of Indian Point Entergy Center in Buchanan said they are prepared to go on strike if negotiations with Entergy, which runs the plant, go nowhere. "If there is a strike...it will be only because Entergy does not appear to be making the same effort at the bargaining table," James Slevin, the Local 1-2 President said ...

  7. Wappingers Voters Decide To Keep Police Department

    Wappingers Voters Decide To Keep Police Department

    WAPPINGERS FALLS, N.Y. -- Wappingers Falls residents are apparently satisfied with their police department.Residents voted 486-294 to keep their police department Tuesday rather than entering into a shared services agreement with the county which could've saved taxpayers more than $700,000 a year.Last November, Dutchess County Supreme Court blocked an effort by the village to disband ...

  8. Mohegan Lake Complex Sells For $54M

    Mohegan Lake Complex Sells For $54M

    The Landing at Mohegan Lake has sold to Ginsburg Development for $54 million.The company announced the acquisition Tuesday of the 207-unit lakefront community, which features one and two-bedroom apartments. Ginsburg acquired the property from New Chalet Apartments.The apartments range in size from 712 to 1,215 square feet and rent from $1,860 to $2,595 per month.Ginsburg said it plans ...

  9. Assisted Living Facility Proposed In New City

    Assisted Living Facility Proposed In New City

    NEW CITY, N.Y. -- Another senior living complex is being proposed for New City.A three-story 70,000 square foot 80 unit building is being proposed on five acres near Phillips Hill Road. There will be 64 one bedroom units and 16 two bedroom units, according to documents submitted to the Clarkstown Planning Board.The project is currently being reviewed by the planning board. The Applebaum ...

  10. Conditions, Staffing Levels Under Investigation At Goshen Nursing Home

    Conditions, Staffing Levels Under Investigation At Goshen Nursing Home

    GOSHEN, N.Y. -- A nursing home in Goshen is being investigated by the state Department of Health.Sapphire Nursing and Rehab in Goshen is under investigation over staffing levels and its living conditions according to the Times Herald-Record. The company recently slashed its staff in half and has only 17 nurses.Rep. Sean Maloney (D-Cold Spring) said he was disturbed when he heard ...

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