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Tom Auchterlonie

Community Reporter

Tom Auchterlonie is an experienced local journalist and is originally from Mount Kisco. Prior to joining The Daily Voice he spent more than four years at Patch.com, where he covered Mount Kisco, New Castle and Bedford. He has also freelanced for various local publications, including The Examiner, Inside Chappaqua and The Record-Review. Tom is an alumnus of Syracuse University.

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  1. 'Squirrel Hillbillies' Performing At Ruth Keeler Library

    'Squirrel Hillbillies' Performing At Ruth Keeler Library

    NORTH SALEM, N.Y. -- The Ruth Keeler Memorial Library announced that The Squirrel Hillbillies will be giving a Sunday afternoon performanceThe band's performance is scheduled for Sunday, April 9 at 3 p.m."From deep within the urban forest of Pittsburgh's East End, the Squirrel Hillbillies often emerge to share their eclectic mix of folk, country and blues," the band's ...

  2. Bedford Audubon Holding Talk On West Nile Virus

    Bedford Audubon Holding Talk On West Nile Virus

    KATONAH, N.Y. -- The Bedford Audubon announced that it will host a public talk on the West Nile Virus, which is transmitted by mosquitoes."While most of us are familiar with Lyme Disease and how it’s spread by deer ticks, or the Zika Virus spread by mosquitoes in tropical climates," the Audubon noted. "But we don’t spend much time thinking about West Nile Virus—a zoonotic ...

  3. Author Speaking In Chappaqua About Family's Holocaust Survival

    Author Speaking In Chappaqua About Family's Holocaust Survival

    CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- Author Georgia Hunter, who is a descendant of Holocaust survivors, will give a talk at the Chappaqua Library.Hunter, who learned about her family history when she was 15, is the author of "We Were the Lucky Ones," a novel that is about the Kurcs, a Jewish family in Poland that was separated due to World War II."As one sibling is forced into exile, ...

  4. New Castle Mulls Relaxing Limits On Keeping Chickens

    New Castle Mulls Relaxing Limits On Keeping Chickens

    CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- New Castle officials are exploring whether to legalize the number of residential properties that can host chickens.The town's current zoning law limits keeping chickens to parcels of 10 acres or greater; in effect, the restriction bars most households, as few residents have large lots.New Castle Town Board members, who discussed the possibility at a recent work ...

  5. Congressional Dems, Cuomo Seek More Federal Medicaid Funds For New York

    Congressional Dems, Cuomo Seek More Federal Medicaid Funds For New York

    Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Democratic members of New York's congressional delegation announced support for a bill that would raise the federal government's Medicaid funding to the state by $2.3 billion. Cuomo said that, in exchange, the state would use the funds to take over counties' Medicaid payment shares, provided that they agree to pass along all of their savings to property ...

  6. Chappaqua Crossing Developer Gets Last Approval Needed For Retail

    Chappaqua Crossing Developer Gets Last Approval Needed For Retail

    CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- Chappaqua Crossing developer Summit/Greenfield has received the last regulatory approval needed for its retail plan, according to New Castle Supervisor Rob Greenstein, who announced the update in his town report.The approval came from New York City's Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), Greenstein said. Because large swaths of the region are in the watershed ...

  7. Pequenakonck Elementary Readies For Spring Book Fair

    Pequenakonck Elementary Readies For Spring Book Fair

    NORTH SALEM, N.Y. -- Pequenakonck Elementary School (PQ) in North Salem announced that it will hold its annual spring book fair.The fair is scheduled for April 18 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; April 19 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; and April 20 from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. There will also be a "final sale" on April 21 from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.This year's book fair includes a "Star Wars" ...

  8. Somers SEPTA Holding 7th-Annual Magic Show Fundraiser

    Somers SEPTA Holding 7th-Annual Magic Show Fundraiser

    SOMERS, N.Y. -- The Somers Special Education PTA (SEPTA) announced that it is holding its seventh-annual fundraising magic show on Friday,The magic show will be held at Somers High School. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the show itself will begin at 7:30 p.m. "Your ticket purchase includes admission, magic show, game room and gaga court provided by Summer Trails Day Camp, popcorn and a ...

  9. Armonk Fire Department Offering CPR Classes

    Armonk Fire Department Offering CPR Classes

    ARMONK, N.Y. -- The Armonk Fire Department announced that it will offer CPR classes."We are excited to announce that we will be hosting CPR classes for the local community a number of times throughout the rest of the year, the fire department announced in a Facebook post. "The only cost is $5 for the CPR card. This is a great way to learn something new and potentially life ...

  10. Katonah, Bedford Hills Voters To Decide On Creating Sewer District

    Katonah, Bedford Hills Voters To Decide On Creating Sewer District

    BEDFORD HILLS, N.Y. -- On Thursday, residents and property owners of several parcels in the downtowns of Katonah and Bedford Hills will vote on whether to establish a sewer district. The referendum is scheduled to run from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m., at the Bedford Town House, which is located at 321 Bedford Road in Bedford Hills. If the referendum passes, it would mark the first time that the ...

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