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  1. Dick’s Sporting Goods, Other New Retailers Coming To Jefferson Valley Mall

    Dick’s Sporting Goods, Other New Retailers Coming To Jefferson Valley Mall

    YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N.Y. – Shoppers will soon enjoy new and updated retail offerings as part of the significant renovation project currently underway at Jefferson Valley Mall, Yorktown Heights’ shopping destination. Dick's Sporting Goods and Torrid are both anticipated to open later this year, while H&M has relocated to a new space within the center. “This is an exciting time for ...

  2. Former ‘King Of Wall Street,’ Westchester Native John Gutfreund, Dies

    Former ‘King Of Wall Street,’ Westchester Native John Gutfreund, Dies

    Scarsdale native and “King of Wall Street” John Gutfreund died Wednesday at New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York City at the age of 86, Bloomberg reportedGutfreund became chief executive officer of Salomon Brothers in 1978, and took the company public in the 1980s, making them Wall Street’s first public corporation, according to Bloomberg. He was senior ...

  3. Maryknoll Sister Katherine Razwad, 93, Ossining Resident

    Maryknoll Sister Katherine Razwad, 93, Ossining Resident

    OSSINING, N.Y. – Sister Katharine Razwad, an educator and counselor, died Friday, March 4 at Boston Medical Center following surgery. She was 93.She was a Maryknoll Sister for 70 years. Adele Catherine was born in Boston on June 23, 1922, to Katharine Zaltauskos Razwad and George J. Razwad. She had one brother, Alphonse J., and three sisters, Blanche, Frances and Martha. She graduated ...

  4. Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Features Dishes With Deep Roots In Region

    Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Features Dishes With Deep Roots In Region

    Hudson Valley Restaurant Week’s (HVRW) spring season and 10th anniversary kicked off Monday and will run through Sunday, March 20, and the valley’s top chefs and restaurateurs are featuring innovative uses of the Valley’s signature bounty and ingredients.1. Crabtree’s Kittle House – Today, there are 145 farms that grow apples and produce about 6 million bushels annually. Chef Jay Lippin ...

  5. Michael Anthony May, 28, Ossining Resident

    OSSINING, N.Y. – Michael Anthony May, of Ossining, died suddenly on Wednesday, March 2. He was 28.He was born in Sleepy Hollow on Feb. 2, 1988, and was the son of Irma Gomez and David May. He was a driver with Mavis Tire in Millwood for the past three years. He is survived by his parents; his grandmothers, Irma Valentin and Jennifer Feola; his brother, Justin May; and his stepfather, ...

  6. Frank A. Calabrese, 93, Ossining Resident

    OSSINING, N.Y. – Frank Anthony "Sonny" Calabrese, died Monday, Feb. 29 at The New York State Veterans Home in Montrose. He was 93.He was born in Mount Vernon, N.Y., in 1922, to Emily Liebelt and Frank Calabrese. He graduated from Edison High School in 1940 and worked at Sikorsky Helicopter in Stratford, Conn., until 1942. He enlisted in the U.S. Coast Guard in 1942 and during ...

  7. ArtsWestchester Debuts Spring Exhibit 'SHE' In White Plains

    ArtsWestchester Debuts Spring Exhibit 'SHE' In White Plains

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – As Mattel reimagines the look of Barbie with the release of new dolls that have diverse physical appearances, ArtsWestchester is exploring what it means to be a woman today with its 2016 spring exhibition, “SHE: Deconstructing Female Identity.” An opening reception is scheduled for Sunday, March 13, from 3-5 p.m. at ArtsWestchester in White Plains.The contemporary ...

  8. Alberto Di Sisto, 89, Ossining Resident

    OSSINING, N.Y. – Alberto Di Sisto, of Ossining, died Monday, Feb. 22. He was 89.He was born Sept. 22, 1926, to Pedro and Carmela (Calandrello) Di Sisto in Sassinoro, Italy, where he was raised.As a young adult, he lived in Montevideo, Uruguay, before moving to Ossining. He worked as a mason and contractor for many years. He was a husband, father and grandfather who looked forward to ...

  9. Sister Cecile Therese Burton, 91, Maryknoll Sister, Ossining Resident

    Sister Cecile Therese Burton, 91, Maryknoll Sister, Ossining Resident

    OSSINING, N.Y. – Sister Cecile Therese Burton, an educator and social worker in Hawaii, died Wednesday, Feb. 17, at Maryknoll Sisters Home Care. She was 91.She was born in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 23, 1924, to Cecile R. Burton and Frank E. Burton. The family moved to Philadelphia, and she graduated from Little Flower Catholic High School in Pennsylvania in 1942 and Immaculata College, ...

  10. Is Donald Trump Wrong To Attack The Pope?

    Is Donald Trump Wrong To Attack The Pope?

    Donald Trump has faced many adversaries in recent months during his presidential campaign, and on Thursday, he added another to his list – The Pope.Pope Francis told reporters Thursday that anyone who wants to build a wall on the border between U.S. and Mexico is not a Christian after reporters asked what he thought about Trump’s immigration views. In response, Trump, who owns an estate ...

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