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  1. Mahopac Residents Get Emergency Water Delivery

    Mahopac Residents Get Emergency Water Delivery

    BREWSTER, N.Y. -- County Executive MaryEllen Odell authorized an emergency delivery of 6,000 gallons of water for the Chateau Ridge well water system in Mahopac. “We have been monitoring the overall situation,” said Interim Health Commissioner Michael Nesheiwat, M.D. “From a water safety perspective, the water quality has been fine. This week all thirteen water districts serviced by ...

  2. Westchester County Officials Issue Swimmimg Safety Tips

    Westchester County Officials Issue Swimmimg Safety Tips

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- County Executive Robert P. Astorino and Health Commissioner Dr. Sherlita Amler, have issued some water safety tips to coincide with area pools opening for the season. “Westchester County pools and beaches are staffed with trained lifeguards, but parents and guardians are the first line of defense for swim safety,” said Astorino. “Please watch your children ...

  3. First Presbyterian Church Of Yorktown Breaks Ground For A Labyrinth

    First Presbyterian Church Of Yorktown Breaks Ground For A Labyrinth

    YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- The First Presbyterian Church recently broke ground on the construction of an outdoor labyrinth.The labyrinth will be a single path with one entrance and exit that will be walked as part of a spiritual practice. The Hudson River Presbytery gave a grant to First Presbyterian Church of Yorktown for the construction of the labyrinth. Certified labyrinth facilitator Lynn ...

  4. Support Connection Announces Annual Cancer Walk

    Support Connection Announces Annual Cancer Walk

    YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- Support Connection's 2016 Annual Support-A-Walk will take place at Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park on Sunday, Oct. 2.Proceeds will provide funding for breast and ovarian cancer support services. More than 9,000 people participated in the 3-mile walk in 2015. Volunteers greet and welcome cancer survivors at the Survivor's Welcome Area. Local bands, cheerleaders and ...

  5. Walden, Pines Bridge Schools In Yorktown Host Art Show

    Walden, Pines Bridge Schools In Yorktown Host Art Show

    YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N.Y. -- More than 200 students at the Walden and Pines Bridge Schools at Putnam | Northern Westchester BOCES participated in the "Everyone Is an Artist" art show.“We didn’t have a vision of what the end result was going to be. No matter how it comes out, it is a representation of the student,” said art teacher Jesse Steiner. Steiner used empty boxes from ...

  6. Crompond Fifth-Graders Make Books For Haitian Children

    Crompond Fifth-Graders Make Books For Haitian Children

    CROMPOND, N.Y. -- Fifth graders from Crompond School recently created books to donate to orphaned children in Haiti. Retired Yorktown teacher Lois Burke of Peekskill initiated the project and donated books to coordinate with an upcoming church-mission trip to Haiti. Burke's idea was “to provide materials suitable for young children and to show the children in this Haitian orphanage that ...

  7. Jefferson Valley Mall Hosts Community Day In Yorktown

    Jefferson Valley Mall Hosts Community Day In Yorktown

    YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- Jefferson Valley Mall and the Town of Yorktown will host the 27th annual Yorktown Community Day on Saturday, June 18. “As a staple to the Yorktown community, we are excited to once again host Yorktown Community Day,” said Alexa O’Rourke, marketing director at Jefferson Valley Mall. “We encourage local families and friends to enjoy this event as well as the shopping, ...

  8. Yorktown Against Heroin Raises Awareness With Pig Roast

    Yorktown Against Heroin Raises Awareness With Pig Roast

    YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- Yorktown Against Heroin will partner with Madison Kitchen chef Nick DiBona for a pig roast on Sunday, June 12, to raise awareness of the opioid abuse epidemic. “It is going to be a nice event for the whole family for an important cause to our community,” said Mike Reda, Yorktown Against Heroin’s co-chair. “Together we will continue to battle this epidemic that is ...

  9. Yorktown Man Charged After Flooding Taconic Parkway, Police Say

    Yorktown Man Charged After Flooding Taconic Parkway, Police Say

    YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N.Y. -- A Yorktown Heights man was arrested and charged for allegedly flooding the Taconic State Parkway. According to Yorktown Police, Robert Schulhafter, 54, a pool service worker, drained a swimming pool at 2192 Mohansic Ave. in the direction of the parkway, resulting in the accumulation of around 5,000 gallons of water in the southbound travel lanes during morning ...

  10. Fox Meadow Students Learn About Safe Driving

    Fox Meadow Students Learn About Safe Driving

    YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- Fox Meadow High School students recently learned about safe driving with two special tests during Prevention Day. Students donned "drunk vision" goggles and attempted to walk in a straight line with one foot in front of the other. Each student failed. Next, the students played a video game-like driving simulator to take a virtual drive home. They went off the ...

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