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  1. Whole Foods Market Recalls Curry Chicken Salad Over Possible Listeria

    Whole Foods Market Recalls Curry Chicken Salad Over Possible Listeria

    Whole Foods Market is recalling approximately 234 pounds of its curry chicken salad products, which may have been contaminated with Listeria Monocytogenes.The chicken curry salad was packaged Oct. 16 and was sold prepackaged, in salad bars, in the store's chef's cases,and in sandwiches and wraps prepared in the stores. The following products are subject to recall:Sold by weight “Curry ...

  2. Divers Searching Titicus Reservoir After Crash Find Piece Of Fuselage

    Divers Searching Titicus Reservoir After Crash Find Piece Of Fuselage

    This story has been updated.NORTH SALEM, N.Y. -- Divers searching the bottom of the Titicus Reservoir in North Salem for a large object the day after a plane crashed on its approach to Danbury Airport Friday night discovered a large piece of fuselage of the plane, according to a report on lohud.com.The object was spotted using sonar by searchers. A seat and wheels had already been ...

  3. Early Morning Crash Sends Car Into Utility Poles In Purchase

    Early Morning Crash Sends Car Into Utility Poles In Purchase

    PURCHASE, N.Y. -- A driver lost control of his car early this morning, slamming into two utility poles in Purchase, reported News 12. The crash happened around 3 a.m. on on Anderson Hill Road, causing some homes to loose power. The driver had minor injuries, said News 12.Click here to watch a video from News 12. 

  4. Rise In Bunker Fish Worries Some Mamaroneck Residents

    Rise In Bunker Fish Worries Some Mamaroneck Residents

    MAMARONECK, N.Y. -- An increasing number of bunker fish in the Mamaroneck River harbor have many residents concerned over global warming, according to News 12. A fishing expert told News 12, it's just part of the ecosystem cycle.Click here to watch the video. 

  5. Lowe's To Refund Over $1M To NY Residents For Installation Fees

    Lowe's To Refund Over $1M To NY Residents For Installation Fees

    Lowe’s will refund more than $1 million to more than 16,000 New York consumers over allegations of deceptive sales practices for flooring installations. The terms of the agreement require Lowe’s to also refund up to 10% of per-square-foot basic installation fees charged to customers in New York who purchased basic installation services for covered categories between Jan. 1, 2009 and ...

  6. Local Students Star in 'Little Shop Of Horrors' In White Plains

    Local Students Star in 'Little Shop Of Horrors' In White Plains

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Little Shop Of Horrors, starring many local students, is hitting the stage at the White Plains Performing Arts Center Nov. 13-15.Sixteen middle and high school students from around Westchester County are busy rehearsing the classic musical. This monster musical is about a hapless florist shop clerk, Seymour, who offers his tender love and care to a plant that feeds ...

  7. A&P Fails To Secure Buyers For Nearly One-Third Of Its Stores

    A&P Fails To Secure Buyers For Nearly One-Third Of Its Stores

    A&P has failed to secure buyers for 100 of its 296 stores, due to bad leases or undesirable locations, reported the New York Post. This number is 50 percent higher then its original estimates, said the New York Post.Click here to read the full article. 

  8. New York Thruway Executive To Step Down In January

    New York Thruway Executive To Step Down In January

    ALBANY, N.Y. -- The New York Thruway's executive director will be stepping down mid-Jan 2016, according to reports.Executive Director Robert Megna will become senior vice president for finance and administration at Stony Brook University on Long Island, according to the Albany Times Union.Gov. Andrew Cuomo will name Megna's successor at a later date. The agency has been financial woes ...

  9. Mamaroneck Teen Brings Ballet To Kids With Down Syndrome

    Mamaroneck Teen Brings Ballet To Kids With Down Syndrome

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- Olivia Thurman, a 17-year-old Greenwich Ballet Academy student from Mamaroneck, N.Y., has enjoyed nearly a decade of world-class dance training, master classes with some of ballet’s leading soloists and instructors, a multitude of performance opportunities and even landed a coveted scholarship to study ballet and Russian language last summer in Moscow. But little did ...

  10. Donna J. DiMaggio, 66, Of Mamaroneck, Vocalist In 1960s R&B Group

    MAMARONECK, N.Y. -- Donna J. DiMaggio (Massa), a Mamaroneck resident, died Monday, Nov. 2, after a long battle with cancer. DiMaggio was born Jan. 17, 1949, in New Rochelle, to Benita and Jack Massa of Harrison. She attended Mamaroneck schools, graduating from Mamaroneck High School in 1967. She performed as lead vocalist in the Mamaroneck-based R&B group The Sidewinders in the ...

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