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  1. Honor Loved Ones With A Memorial Book At Garfield Library

    Honor Loved Ones With A Memorial Book At Garfield Library

    GARFIELD, N.J. – The Garfield Public Library reminds residents they are available to add books to their collection as a memorial or tribute to a special person in one’s life. A memorial book is a fitting expression of sympathy and a lasting tribute that continues a person’s influence in the community. An honor book is appropriate for marking a special occasion, thanking a friend or ...

  2. Kids, Hot Cars Are Deadly Combination, NY Health Department Warns

    Kids, Hot Cars Are Deadly Combination, NY Health Department Warns

    Kids and hot cars are a deadly combination, according to an advisory by the New York State Department of Health.In 2014, more than 30 children in the U.S., including a baby in New York, died from heatstroke after being left alone in hot cars. The New York State Department of Health reminds all caretakers of the following tips to keep children safe this summer:There is no safe amount of ...

  3. Avon Theatre In Stamford Holds Second Installment Of Religious Series

    Avon Theatre In Stamford Holds Second Installment Of Religious Series

    STAMFORD, Conn. – The Avon Theatre in Stamford is hosting special screenings starting with “The Pawnbroker" (1964) on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. "The Pawnbroker" tells the story of Sol Nazerman, a survivor of a German concentration camp in WWII, who owns a pawn shop in Harlem. Sol contends with his bitter feelings toward humanity and harsh reality of city life. The special ...

  4. Senate Candidate Dan Carter Making Rounds In Weston

    Senate Candidate Dan Carter Making Rounds In Weston

    WESTON, Conn. – U.S. Senate candidate Dan Carter was in Weston Thursday, June 23 for a fundraiser at the home of Bob and Patricia Ferguson, as he seeks to be the first Republican to hold a Connecticut U.S. Senate seat since 1988.Carter just finished a third, two-year term in the Connecticut House representing the 2nd General Assembly District covering Bethel, Danbury, Newtown and ...

  5. Ridgefield Woman Wins Car With Hole-In-One At Danbury Outing

    Ridgefield Woman Wins Car With Hole-In-One At Danbury Outing

    RIDGEFIELD, Conn. – A Ridgefield woman won a convertible for scoring a hole-in-one during the 21 Annual Ladies Golf Classic benefiting Ann’s Place in Danbury. Sharon Bodner won a brand new 2016 Buick Cascada from Ingersoll Auto of Danbury for scoring a hole-in-one at Richter Park Golf Course on June 27. The annual golf classic takes place to benefit Ann's Place, an organization that ...

  6. Greenwich's Family Centers Honors Employees For Customer Service Excellence

    Greenwich's Family Centers Honors Employees For Customer Service Excellence

    GREENWICH, Conn. – Family Centers recognized five employees for customer service excellence at its employee-wide town hall meeting.For consistently embodying Family Centers' core values and providing exceptional service to both internal and external customers, finance accounting associate Tracey Eckert, Stamford CARES medical case manager Roberta Wilks, literacy volunteers student data ...

  7. Clarkstown Police Provide Summer Driving Tips

    Clarkstown Police Provide Summer Driving Tips

    CLARKSTOWN, N.Y. – Summer is a busy time for traveling and the Clarkston Police Department is offering the following tips for a safe and fun summer:Keep Tires Inflated:  Hot weather can affect tire pressure. Ensure that tires are properly inflated.Check Tire Tread: Tires with good treads help with safe driving. Try this coin test to see if tires need replacing or not — take a penny and ...

  8. Visual Art, Music Showcase Comes To Hawthorne

    Visual Art, Music Showcase Comes To Hawthorne

    HAWTHORNE, N.J. – ARTxSOULNJ Volume 3 will take place Saturday, Aug. 6 at Sticks & Stones, the music venue at Artisan Kitchen and Bar in Hawthorne. The evening includes live music spun by DJ Pat Poon, valet parking, food and beverages for purchase and an exhibition of art work by five artists representing a variety of genres, including painting, photography and digital media. All ...

  9. Frances Olga Wistrand Ferris, 91, Ossining Resident

    OSSINING, N.Y. – Frances Olga Wistrand Ferris, of Ossining, died Saturday, July 23 at Phelps Memorial Hospital. She was born Dec. 1, 1924, in Mount Kisco, the daughter of the late Ernst and Catherine (Casey) Wistrand. She was raised in White Plains and during World War II she was a “Rosie the Riveter” at Eastern Aircraft in North Tarrytown. She married Raymond Ferris May 12, 1947, in ...

  10. Bocchino Has Information Session On Old Greenwich Train Station Project

    Bocchino Has Information Session On Old Greenwich Train Station Project

    GREENWICH, Conn. – State Rep. Mike Bocchino (R-150) is hosting a public information session about the Old Greenwich Train Station Rehab Project at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Eastern Greenwich Civic Center. Bocchino will be joined by state Sen. Scott Frantz and state Rep. Fred Camillo. Representatives from ConnDOT, the project construction management team, the Greenwich Police Department, ...

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