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Sam Barron

Community Editor sbarron@dailyvoice.com

An (almost) lifelong Westchester resident, Sam has reported on all facets of Westchester since he graduated from Ryerson University with a degree in print journalism, including stints at North County News and The Examiner. A film columnist for WAG Magazine, Sam's moviegoing expertise has been profiled in the New York Times and he was a featured guest on VH1's Big Morning Buzz Live.

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  1. Jonathan Demme, Hudson Valley Native, Oscar Winning Filmaker Dies At 73

    Jonathan Demme, Hudson Valley Native, Oscar Winning Filmaker Dies At 73

    Jonathan Demme, a Nyack resident who won an Oscar for directing "The Silence of Lambs" in 1991, died Wednesday morning at the age of 73.The cause of death was esophageal cancer and complications from heart disease, according to IndieWire. He was originally treated for the disease in 2010, but suffered from a recurrence in 2015, and his condition deteriorated in recent weeks, ...

  2. Chappaqua Central Schools Names New Superintendent

    Chappaqua Central Schools Names New Superintendent

    CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- The Chappaqua Central School District has decided on its next superintendent.The Board of Education said late Tuesday night that pending a site visit, Christine Ackerman will be appointed to the post at the May 3 school board meeting.Ackerman is currently superintendent of the Greenwood Lake School District in Orange County. She previously was Dean of Students at John ...

  3. Putnam Service Dogs Unveil First Puppies

    Putnam Service Dogs Unveil First Puppies

    The puppies at Putnam Service Dogs in Brewster are ready to go to work.Putnam Service Dogs introduced its first three puppies that will begin training to become service dogs. The puppies all came from high kill shelters and were adopted from local rescue groups. The first classes begin Thursday.Anna is a 12-week-old yellow lab mix that was rescued from Puerto Rico and flown up by ...

  4. Mount Kisco Seafood Celebrates 40 Years

    Mount Kisco Seafood Celebrates 40 Years

    MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. -- For forty years, Mount Kisco Seafood has been serving up the catch of the day.Mount Kisco Seafood, owned by Joe DiMauro, celebrated its 40th anniversary Friday when it was declared Mount Kisco Seafood Day in Westchester.DiMauro was born in Mount Kisco and graduated Fox Lane High School, where he met his wife, Joni. He ended up being asked to help out Mount Kisco ...

  5. Yorktown Town Board Rejects Changes To Wetland Ordinance

    Yorktown Town Board Rejects Changes To Wetland Ordinance

    YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- After a three-hour hearing with more than 30 speakers, the Town of Yorktown decided to table any changes to its wetland ordinance at its April 18 meeting.Supervisor Michael Grace said the town will go back to the drawing board on the Freshwater Wetlands Protection Ordinance. The ordinance would've increased the minimum size for wetlands from 1,000 square feet to 4,356 ...

  6. More Than $20K Raised For Mount Kisco Family That Lost 2-Year-Old

    More Than $20K Raised For Mount Kisco Family That Lost 2-Year-Old

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. --A Mount Kisco family whose two-year-old child died on Easter Sunday in Chappaqua has seen an outpouring of support from the community.A GoFundMe page to help the family of Matias Lenis-Gomez has raised more than $20,000 from 304 donors as of Tuesday afternoon. The goal was to initially raise $10,000.Matias was found in a pond on Whippoorwill Road after he was ...

  7. Letter To The Editor: Indian Point Lawsuit Is Political Grandstanding

    Letter To The Editor: Indian Point Lawsuit Is Political Grandstanding

    CROTON-ON-HUDSON, N.Y.-- Cortlandt Daily Voice accepts signed and original letters to the editor up to 350 words. To submit your letter, email cortlandt@dailyvoice.com County Executive Rob Astorino is attempting to file a lawsuit against the state of New York over the planned shutdown of the Indian Point nuclear power plant.At first glance, this may look like a gesture of support for ...

  8. Young Scientist Award Winners From Ossining, Yorktown Visit Regeneron

    Young Scientist Award Winners From Ossining, Yorktown Visit Regeneron

    TARRYTOWN, N.Y. -- Two teenage science research stars got the chance to tour Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Friday.Lorenzo Muranelli from Ossining High School and Anisha Duvvi from Yorktown High School, got to tour Regeneron and have lunch with President and Chief Scientific Officer George Yancopoulos.The students are winners of the George Yancopoulos Young Scientist Award, a special award ...

  9. Inmate Convicted In Westchester Assaults Correction Officers, PBA Says

    Inmate Convicted In Westchester Assaults Correction Officers, PBA Says

    Three officers were hospitalized after being assaulted by an inmate convicted on attempted robbery in Westchester at the Fishkill Correctional Facility, according to the New York State Correctional Officers Police Benevolent Association.The officers were assaulted on Friday, April 14 at 1:35 p.m, according to James Miller, a spokesman for the NYSCOPBA, by an inmate serving seven years ...

  10. More Than 300 Kids Participating In Chappaqua STEM Fest

    More Than 300 Kids Participating In Chappaqua STEM Fest

    CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- Students will be showcasing their experiments, inventions, and research at Chappaqua's annual STEM Fest Saturday.The third annual Chappaqua annual STEM Fest will be Saturday at Bell Middle School from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. with more than 300 students expected to participate. Visitors will see a range of projects including rocketry; upcycling; facial recognition; 3D video; ...

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