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Much-Loved Brewery Permanently Closes In Hudson Valley After One Last Event
A brewery in Northern Westchester that served as the site of countless beloved memories for visitors has closed for good.
Peekskill Brewery, located at 47 South Water St. in Peekskill, announced its permanent closure on Monday, Nov. 27 in a post on social media.
In their post, the owners did not give a reason for the closure but thanked those who came to the brewery's last "Kick the Keg" Happy Hour event held on Wednesday, Nov. 22.
"Thank you all for your posts, emails, phone calls," the owners wrote, adding, "We wish you all a happy and healthy Holiday Season!"
Expectant Mother From Region Who Died Giving Birth Remembered As 'Friend To All'
Emma McTiernan never got to meet her newborn son, Finn.
The 36-year-old wife and mother from Cohoes in Albany County died early Wednesday, Nov. 8, due to complications experienced during childbirth, according to her obituary.
McTiernan’s untimely death leaves her husband, Joe, to raise their son on his own.
“On the night of the joyous occasion of delivering our beautiful baby boy, complications arose and Emma wasn’t able to pull through,” Mr. McTiernan wrote on Facebook.
“I cannot comprehend what has happened. This vibrant woman, incredible wife, loving mother and caring friend was stol…
Iconic NY Newsman Pablo Guzman Dies In Hudson Valley: 'Was Real Deal'
Veteran journalist Pablo Guzman, who became well-known and well-loved among New Yorkers over his decades on the air with several outlets, has died, according to a report by CBS News.
Guzman, who spent nearly three decades with CBS New York after joining in 1995, died on Sunday morning, Nov. 26 at the age of 73, in Westchester.
A graduate of the State University of New York at Old Westbury in Nassau County, Guzman began his television career at WNEW-TV Channel 5 in 1984 before joining WNBC in 1992.
After this, he started his career with CBS in 1995, eventually becoming a senior correspon…