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  1. Resnick Calls Westchester Knicks Games 10 Years After Getting Start In HS

    Resnick Calls Westchester Knicks Games 10 Years After Getting Start In HS

    NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y.— Announcing varsity games on New Rochelle High School’s public access TV station, David Resnick said, carried a tint of the bright lights.“When you’re at that age, you feel like it’s the most important thing in the world,” said Resnick, who graduated from the high school in 2006. “You treat every broadcast like it’s the Super Bowl or the NBA Finals.”More than a decade ...

  2. Westchester's Don Clifford Is Saving Nature Upstate Through Wild Center

    Westchester's Don Clifford Is Saving Nature Upstate Through Wild Center

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y.— In 1868, Obie “Don” Clifford’s ancestors settled in the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York along Big Wolf Lake, pristine and tucked away into the forest.Six generations later, Clifford, a Westchester resident, is looking to continue his family’s legacy in the region through the Wild Center, a state-of-the-art natural history museum in Tupper Lake, N.Y.As ...

  3. Ralph Cordisco's Memorial Service Postponed Due To Predicted Storm

    Ralph Cordisco's Memorial Service Postponed Due To Predicted Storm

    HAVERSTRAW, N.Y.—The memorial service for Rockland County coaching legend Ralph Cordisco, originally planned for Saturday, Jan. 23, has been postponed a week due to the Nor'easter expected to barrel up the East Coast over the weekend.Cordisco, who led North Rockland High School’s football program for 23 years, died Jan. 10 at age 97. His funeral was held last Saturday in Rhode Island, ...

  4. Lowey Applauds Federal Enforcement Of Rail Safety Rules

    Lowey Applauds Federal Enforcement Of Rail Safety Rules

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y.—Congresswoman Nita Lowey applauded the Federal Railroad Administration’s increased enforcement of rail safety rules. The FRA issued 6,845 violations and $15 million in penalties in the fiscal year ending Sep. 30, up 23 percent from the previous year. Lowey, who represents Rockland County and most of Westchester County, through which both passenger and shipment ...

  5. Business Council Of Westchester Panel To Focus On County’s Urban Centers

    Business Council Of Westchester Panel To Focus On County’s Urban Centers

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. – The Business Council of Westchester will host the mayors of the county’s four largest cities on a panel about the region’s urban centers on Friday, Jan. 22. Part of BCW’s KeyBank Speaker Series, the panel includes New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson, White Plains Mayor Thomas Roach, Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano, and Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Thomas. The event is ...

  6. Westchester Jewish Community Services To Hold Annual Gala

    Westchester Jewish Community Services To Hold Annual Gala

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y.--Westchester Jewish Community Services (WJSC) will hold its annual gala on Tuesday, April 5 in Harrison.WJCS, founded in 1943, is one of Westchester’s largest community service-based non-profits and will honor two long-time contributors, outgoing president Barry Kaplan and Nina Ross, who both live in Scarsdale.“We’re celebrating over 80 years of service in ...

  7. Pelham's Patrick Coughlin Selected For Coveted NYC Race

    Pelham's Patrick Coughlin Selected For Coveted NYC Race

    PELHAM, N.Y.—Pelham resident Patrick Coughlin was one of only 75 runners selected via lottery to participate in the coveted 2016 Empire State Building Run-Up Presented by Marmot on Wednesday, Feb. 3.The race up the Empire State Building’s 86 flights and 1,576 stairs marks the pinnacle event of global tower running and is on the bucket list of the thousands of runners who enter the ...

  8. Circus Elephants, Who Started Out In Westchester, Will Be Dropped From Acts

    Circus Elephants, Who Started Out In Westchester, Will Be Dropped From Acts

    SOMERS, N.Y.— In 1808, Somers resident Hachaliah Bailey bought an Indian elephant for $1,000 to help on his farm. But when he realized that the elephant, named "Old Bet," was the talk of the town, Bailey began taking her on tour throughout the Northeast.Something Bailey didn’t realize was that "Old Bet" would set the precedent for the world-famous Ringling Bros. and ...

  9. Sleepy Hollow Principal Carol Conklin-Spillane Resigns After 22 Years

    Sleepy Hollow Principal Carol Conklin-Spillane Resigns After 22 Years

    SLEEPY HOLLOW, N.Y.— Sleepy Hollow High School Principal Carol L. Conklin-Spillane will announce her resignation after 22 years in that position at Thursday night’s Board of Education meeting, she said in a phone interview with Daily Voice.Spillane, a longtime resident of Rockland who now lives in Old Tappan, N.J., has served as the high school’s principal since 1994, and she will ...

  10. Joe Casarella Mourns Loss Of Another North Rockland Legend, Ralph Cordisco

    Joe Casarella Mourns Loss Of Another North Rockland Legend, Ralph Cordisco

    THIELLS, N.Y.—The passing of Rockland County coaching legend Ralph Cordisco on Sunday has likely left few grieving more than current North Rockland Central School District athletic director Joe Casarella.Casarella got his start out of college in 1967 when Cordisco, then coaching North Rockland’s varsity football team, hired him to coach the junior varsity squad. Nearly half a century ...

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