Your Reporter Sam Barron
WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Real estate in Westchester settled into a steady state during the third quarter, with a modest rise in the median sale price and a slight dip in activity compared to the third quarter in 2013.
“Even though sales were a tick ...
YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- Happy Birthday to Yorktown’s Nargis Fakhri!
Nargis Fakhri, who owns a house in Yorktown, turns 35 on Monday.
Fakhri, a model and actress, who ...
ARMONK, N.Y. -- Armonk-based IBM is expected to announce it will pay GlobalFoundries $1.5 billion to take over chip manufacturing operations on Monday, according to Computer World.
KATONAH, N.Y. -- Residents can celebrate Halloween early at Muscoot Farm's Boo Walk from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 25.
Come dressed in Halloween costumes and find all of ...
WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- An alert for a Missing Vulnerable Adult issued Sunday by the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services includes Westchester County.
Christine Chaplin, ...
Can Mayor Noam Bramson tell us how using thousands of paper bags to dispose of our leaves is Environmentally friendly?
That's just a plain lie and he knows it.
And don't forget who Noam Bramson goes to when he wants to create a new tax or fee like the recent Red Light Camera program, that's right Senator George Latimer that's who.
If we elect Joe Dillon that's going to end, but if we re-elect Senator Latimer expect more taxes and fees to come to a city, town or village near you.
DARE is such a joke.
When my children were in the school system the DARE officer in their school was a chain smoker who was addicted to coffee. The children used to make fun of the fact that the officer who was trying to teach them about addiction was himself addicted to cigarettes and coffee. How do fifth graders know this unless they see it for themselves?
The DARE officer went on overnight school trips with the children. After one school trip, the teacher posted photos in the hallway and we saw a photo of the DARE officer with a fifth grade girl sitting on his lap. His arm was wrapped around her bare waist, since her shirt had been pushed by his arm. This is not the kind of role model our children need. It certainly did little to solve the drug problem in my children's classes.
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