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Valerie Musson

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  1. Report: More NYC Residents Turn To Westchester, Putnam, Fairfield, Rockland For Second Homes

    Report: More NYC Residents Turn To Westchester, Putnam, Fairfield, Rockland For Second Homes

    A new report shows that a higher number of New York City residents in search of second homes are turning to areas north of Manhattan within an hour's drive, including Westchester, Putnam, Fairfield and Rockland counties.As opposed to destinations that are several hours away, opting for closer regions reduces commuting times while maintaining the cozy, suburban feel and “slice of the ...

  2. Man With Suspended License Charged With Felony DWI After Traffic Stop In Westchester

    Man With Suspended License Charged With Felony DWI After Traffic Stop In Westchester

    A traffic stop in Westchester resulted in felony DWI charges for a Fairfield County man with a suspended license, according to police.New York State Police say they stopped a vehicle on I-287 in the town of Harrison for an infraction on Sunday, June 16 around 2 a.m.Further investigation revealed that the driver, identified as Luis Ramirez-Condori, 28, of Norwalk was found to be ...

  3. Westchester Man Caught With 3 Pounds Of Pot In I-87 Stop, Police Say

    Westchester Man Caught With 3 Pounds Of Pot In I-87 Stop, Police Say

    A Westchester man is facing charges after police say he was caught with three pounds of marijuana in an I-87 traffic stop in Orange County.New York State Police say they initiated a traffic stop after observing a driver commit a series of violations on I-87 in Woodbury on Wednesday, June 19 around 1:30 a.m.Further investigation revealed that the driver, identified as Eric Gordon, 43, of ...

  4. Report Of Stumbling Pedestrian Leads To Arrest Of Cos Cob Man With Active Warrant, Police Say

    Report Of Stumbling Pedestrian Leads To Arrest Of Cos Cob Man With Active Warrant, Police Say

    A Cos Cob man with an active warrant is facing charges after he was reported for stumbling and potential public intoxication, police say.Greenwich Police say they responded to the area of 1207 E. Putnam Avenue on Monday, June 17 around 12:45 a.m. on a report of a pedestrian that was stumbling and potentially intoxicated.Further investigation revealed that there was an active arrest ...

  5. Two Caught With Hundreds Of Oxycodone Pills In Area Traffic Stop, Sheriff Says

    Two Caught With Hundreds Of Oxycodone Pills In Area Traffic Stop, Sheriff Says

    A man and woman are facing drug charges after they were stopped on the Taconic State Parkway with hundreds of Oxycodone pills, according to the Putnam County Sheriff's Department.Members of the Putnam County Sheriff’s Department Narcotics Enforcement Unit (NEU) say they conducted a traffic stop after observing a driver commit a series of infractions on the northbound ramp to the Taconic ...

  6. Twist On Old Tail: Playland Welcomes New Ride For First Time In 10 Years

    Twist On Old Tail: Playland Welcomes New Ride For First Time In 10 Years

    Westchester’s Playland Park is welcoming a new ride for the first time in more than a decade, and County Executive George Latimer is asking for the public’s help on the ride’s name via a naming contest.“Now is your chance to be creative,” said Latimer at the Thursday, June 20 press conference. “Any and all submissions will be considered. This is our ride, it belongs to the whole County, ...

  7. Westchester Teen To Compete In Nation's Top Junior Chess Tournament

    Westchester Teen To Compete In Nation's Top Junior Chess Tournament

    A Westchester teen will be competing in the U.S. Junior Championship for a chance at a prize worth more than $20,000.The event is considered to be the country’s most elite, invitation-only junior chess competition. Dobbs Ferry resident Nicolas Checa, 17, will travel to the U.S. Chess Capital of St. Louis and compete at the Saint Louis Chess Club between Wednesday, July 10 and Sunday, ...

  8. Popular Deli Marks 40th Year In Northern Westchester

    Popular Deli Marks 40th Year In Northern Westchester

    M & R Delicatessen, one of the most popular delis in the area, has just reached a milestone after 40 successful years in business.The combination deli/restaurant/grocery store sits at 135 E. Main Street in Mount Kisco. It was opened by Matt and Ray Henley, who officially celebrated the 40-year milestone in April."It’s been very rewarding serving the community all of these years and ...

  9. Irvington High School Names New Principal

    Irvington High School Names New Principal

    The Irvington Union Free School District Board of Education has officially appointed the new principal of Irvington High School.Juliet Gevargis-Mizimakoski was appointed at the Board of Education meeting on Tuesday, June 18 and will begin her new position in July, according to Kristopher Harrison, Superintendent of Schools.Gevargis-Mizimakoski comes to the district after many ...

  10. Westchester, Rockland Students Earn SUEZ-NAWC Scholarships

    Westchester, Rockland Students Earn SUEZ-NAWC Scholarships

    Five students in Westchester and Rockland counties have earned SUEZ-NAWC scholarships worth $3,000.SUEZ and the New York Chapter of the National Association of Water Companies (NAWC) announced the recipients of the scholarships, which are intended to assist high school seniors who are pursuing degrees relating to the water industry.Each recipient was honored at an awards dinner at the ...

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