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  1. Take Leap For Special Olympics In Westchester Polar Plunge

    Take Leap For Special Olympics In Westchester Polar Plunge

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N. Y. -- Special Olympics New York is looking for brave souls willing to take a leap of faith into Long Island Sound for the 8th annual Westchester Polar Plunge.This year's event, named Freezin' for a Reason, takes place Nov. 12 at Glen Island Park in New Rochelle. Organizers are hoping to surpass the $99,000 goal for the event.Last year, more than 600 people took ...

  2. Mount Kisco Planning Board Controversy Leaves Members In Limbo

    Mount Kisco Planning Board Controversy Leaves Members In Limbo

    MOUNT KISCO, N. Y. -- Four Mount Kisco Planning Board members say they are in limbo about whether they will continue on the board as Mayor Michael Cindrich says he is working on "sensitive" issues relating to the board that are in the best interests of the village, according to The Examiner.The issue was raised during a recent Planning Board meeting when one trustee asked why ...

  3. Curtis Roosevelt, FDR's Oldest Grandson, 86

    Curtis Roosevelt, FDR's Oldest Grandson, 86

    Curtis Roosevelt, President Franklin D. Roosevelt's grandson who worked to ensure his grandmother's legacy through the Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site in Hyde Park, died Sept. 26 in France of an apparent heart attack. He was 86.Born Curtis Roosevelt Dall in Manhattan on April 19, 1930, he was the son of Curtis Bean Dall and Anna, the only daughter of Franklin and Eleanor ...

  4. Officials Question Cashless Tolls As NY State Thruway Losses Mount

    Officials Question Cashless Tolls As NY State Thruway Losses Mount

    The New York State Thruway's toll system at Exit 17 in Newburgh made the list of problem areas in the agency's increase in uncollected tolls over the last five years, according to the Poughkeepsie Journal.The problem is leading some officials to question the move to a cashless system that some fear with bring about even more loss to the 570-mile thruway system. Just from 2013-14, loss ...

  5. Chappaqua Festival Features More Than 90 Authors, Illustrators

    Chappaqua Festival Features More Than 90 Authors, Illustrators

    CHAPPAQUA, N. Y. -- More than 90 children's authors and illustrators, including those behind "Max and Ruby" and "Pinkalicious," will gather Sept. 24 in Westchester County for the fourth annual Chappaqua Children's Book Festival.The free event features book signings, musical entertainment and activities all centered around literature for children and teens. It takes ...

  6. Man Hospitalized After Car Found At Pleasantville Pool

    Man Hospitalized After Car Found At Pleasantville Pool

    PLEASANTVILLE, N. Y. -- Pleasantville police are investigating how a man in a black Mercedes ended up outside the Lake Street pool Friday morning, according to News 12.First responders treated him at the scene, then took him to Westchester Medical Center. No information was available on his condition, News 12 Westchester said.News 12 reports that police believe there is no threat to the ...

  7. Hudson Valley Setting For 'Girl On The Train' Makes Sense, Writers Say

    Hudson Valley Setting For 'Girl On The Train' Makes Sense, Writers Say

    "The Girl on the Train" author Paula Hawkins says the choice of the Hudson Valley as the backdrop for the upcoming film based on her book works well because the area is beautiful "in a slightly creepy way," according to an Aug. 25 cover article in Entertainment Weekly.Screenwriter Erin Cressida Wilson said switching the setting from London to an American city was a ...

  8. All Sorts Of Wildlife Call Hudson Valley Home, Experts Say

    All Sorts Of Wildlife Call Hudson Valley Home, Experts Say

    Recent sightings of somewhat unusual wildlife have local experts reminding residents that it isn't surprising since several varieties of wild animals roam throughout the Hudson Valley area, according to lohud.com.Many people may be used to seeing the occasional skunk, raccoon or even coyote. But, after a bear and a moose were spotted in Bedford, wildlife officials are warning people ...

  9. Metro-North Offers 17 Early Departures Friday From Grand Central

    Metro-North Offers 17 Early Departures Friday From Grand Central

    To help commuters get a jump on their Labor Day weekend activities, Metropolitan Transportation Authority officials made adjustments to the Metro-North train schedule that includes early "getaway" trains Friday out of Grand Central Terminal.A total of 17 "getaway" trains have been added to the Hudson, New Haven and Harlem lines, and they'll start running at 1 p.m. ...

  10. Steven Hill, 'Law & Order' Actor, Hudson Valley Resident, Dies At 94

    Steven Hill, 'Law & Order' Actor, Hudson Valley Resident, Dies At 94

    Longtime Hudson Valley resident Steven Hill, a well-known actor who left an impression with his lasting role as a crusty district attorney in the New York City television series "Law & Order," died Tuesday in Manhattan, according to The New York Times. He was 94. The cause of death has not been revealed.Hill lived in Monsey in Rockland County.Though Hill had a lead role in ...

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