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Tom Renner

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No one knows local sports quite like Tom Renner, The Daily Voice's Sports Editor. For 22 years, he covered the field for The Stamford Advocate. He's been in Fairfield County since 1987.

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  1. Northern Westchester Author Writes On Yanks Legend From Fan's Perspective

    Northern Westchester Author Writes On Yanks Legend From Fan's Perspective

    Who: Tom Molito, Pound RidgeWhat: Auther of book about Yankees legend Mickey MantleLearn more: On the book's Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/MickeyMantleInsideAndOutsideTheLines/WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Tom Molito’s book on Mickey Mantle offers a perspective different from all of the other volumes written about the Yankees’ legend. The Pound Ridge resident remembers Mantle ...

  2. Santa Claus Answers Yorktown Leukemia Patient's Wish To Meet Mickey Mouse

    Santa Claus Answers Yorktown Leukemia Patient's Wish To Meet Mickey Mouse

    TARRYTOWN, N.Y. -- A 3-year-old boy from Yorktown who is battling leukemia will receive his Christmas wish and visit Disney World, courtesy of Make-A-Wish Hudson Valley.Riley Manning was diagnosed ith AML, an aggressive form of leukemia when he was just 17 months old. "My world broke,'' said his mother, Amy. "As a parent, you want to protect your child and hearing those words ...

  3. Yorktown Resident Finds Business Success In Communications Role

    Yorktown Resident Finds Business Success In Communications Role

    YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N.Y. -- Mike Mattone says he’s better at protecting his company’s reputation than he was protecting his quarterback on the Pace University football team. True or not, the Yorktown Heights resident has found himself on the corporate fast track with New York City-based Municipal Credit Union.Who: Mike Mattone, Yorktown HeightsWhat: Promoted to Vice President of Public ...

  4. Leave 'Em Alone, Westchester -- Fallen Leaves Are A Landscape Ally

    Leave 'Em Alone, Westchester -- Fallen Leaves Are A Landscape Ally

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Just about everyone is enchanted by the vibrant beauty of leaves in the fall as they change color to glowing yellow, crimson red or pumpkin orange. That beauty even inspires us to go on leaf-peeping road trips – we just can’t get our fill of leaves. That is, until leaves drop to the ground. Then our love affair with leaves comes to an unhappy end. Love ...

  5. Yorktown Woman's Bling Workshops Brighten Days At Domestic Violence Centers

    Yorktown Woman's Bling Workshops Brighten Days At Domestic Violence Centers

    YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- Yorktown’s Joan Lloyd planted her teaching roots in the Lakeland school district more than 40 years ago. While far removed from her classroom days, she feels her volunteer project to support battered women is an extension of her previous career as an educator.Lloyd hosts several workshops each month in which people make earrings that are donated to women’s shelters ...

  6. Nyack Couple Celebrates Five Years Of Love With Boy Adopted From Taiwan

    Nyack Couple Celebrates Five Years Of Love With Boy Adopted From Taiwan

    Who: Linie and Joe Rand of NyackWhat: 5 years ago this month, they adopted a baby boy, Jake, from TaiwanAlso: November is National Adoption Month. Learn more at Adopt.org.ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- Linie and Joe Rand traveled to the Far East five years ago to close the chapter of a book fraught with anxiety, nervousness and despair. In doing so, they opened another that filled the lives ...

  7. Five Lakeland Softball Standouts Will Take Their Talents To College

    Five Lakeland Softball Standouts Will Take Their Talents To College

    SHRUB OAK, N.Y. -- Five Lakeland High School softball players announced last week that they will continue their careers in college.Olivia Knopf will attend Marist, Colleen Walsh will head to Sacred Heart in Connecticut, Amber Badillo will go to University of Maryland-Baltimore County, Cameron Lischinsky will go to LIU Post and Krista Verrino will attend Ramapo.The girls all had big ...

  8. Ossining Girls Basketball Team Draws No. 1 State Preseason Ranking

    Ossining Girls Basketball Team Draws No. 1 State Preseason Ranking

    OSSINING, N.Y. -- Ossining High School's girls basketball is ranked No. 1 by MaxPreps as a new season gets set to tip off.The Pride finished 26-2 last season under coach Dan Ricci. The team opens its season on Dec. 3 at the Art Turner Tournament in Baltimore against Roland Park Country, also of Baltimore.The Pride have won four straight New York State Public High School Athletic ...

  9. Mount Kisco Business Celebrates 70 Years Of Clean

    Mount Kisco Business Celebrates 70 Years Of Clean

    MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. -- George Arco of Mount Kisco learned the family business from the ground up, in a figurative and literal sense.Who: George Arco, President, Arco Cleaning Maintenance CompanyWhat: Celebrating 70 years in businessMore info: http://www.arcocleaning.com/Arco, president of Arco Cleaning Maintenance Co., took over day-to-day operations of the company in the early 1980s. His ...

  10. Former Iona Prep Star Begins Basketball Career At Virginia

    Former Iona Prep Star Begins Basketball Career At Virginia

    NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. -- When New Rochelle’s Ty Jerome stepped on to the basketball court for the University of Virginia in last Friday’s season-opener, it was his first official contest in nearly a year.More of them are on the way, however, for the freshman. A lot more.Jerome made his debut with the Cavaliers in Friday’s game against North Carolina-Greensboro. He played nine minutes and ...

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