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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. Plant Late Season Perennials For Pollinators In Westchester

    Plant Late Season Perennials For Pollinators In Westchester

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- As fall approaches, many pollinators are still active. While some pollinators die off as the weather chills, others will overwinter, including mated queen bees and hibernating butterflies like Mourning Cloaks.  As these pollinators search for late forage resources, they often find very little nectar or pollen in our landscapes. Why not offer a late season ...

  2. Hen Hud Grad Takes Reins Of Men's Lacrosse Program At Emerson College

    Hen Hud Grad Takes Reins Of Men's Lacrosse Program At Emerson College

    MONTROSE, N.Y. -- When the door opened for Matthew Colombini to become the head coach of the men’s lacrosse team at Emerson College, the Hendrick Hudson High School grad and was ready.It may have been earlier than he anticipated, and the circumstances were certainly unusual. But Colombini recently took the reins of the Boston-based Lions, who enter the 2017 season on a 19-game losing ...

  3. Yorktown Homeowners Reap Spring Rewards With Fall Planting

    Yorktown Homeowners Reap Spring Rewards With Fall Planting

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Don’t let the hot and humid days of early September fool you – fall is just around the corner, and it’s a great time for planting.The warm days and cool nights of autumn provide optimal conditions for successful root development. While all plants need sufficient water after planting, the cooler temperatures and hopefully, more frequent rains, of September and ...

  4. Mahopac Football Player Earns 'Heart Of Giant' Nomination

    Mahopac Football Player Earns 'Heart Of Giant' Nomination

    MAHOPAC, N.Y. -- A Mahopac High School football player has been nominated for the “Heart of a Giant” award in the first week of the scholastic season.Charlie Burt, a senior, was nominated for the awarded presented by the Hospital for Special Surgery and the New York Giants. It recognizes high school football players within the Tri-State area that demonstrate unparalleled work ethic and ...

  5. Putnam Valley's Connor Cronin Represents Team USA In World Lacrosse Tourney

    Putnam Valley's Connor Cronin Represents Team USA In World Lacrosse Tourney

    PUTNAM VALLEY, N.Y. -- A rising senior at Putnam Valley High School will play on the United States team competing in the World Indoor Junior Championships in Ontario.Connor Cronin, who scored 32 goals in the spring for Putnam Valley’s boys lacrosse team, will play for the U.S. Games start Wednesday and will continue through Sunday.“I’m excited to play against people from different ...

  6. Chappaqua Woman Turns To Acupuncture Career After Sticky Medical Ordeal

    Chappaqua Woman Turns To Acupuncture Career After Sticky Medical Ordeal

    CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- Pain seared through Chappaqua's Toni King during her freelance artist career. She found relief in acupuncture, became credentialed and now owns a thriving practice.The path from freelance artist to respected Acupuncturist was a twisted one. King needed to find relief because pain hampered her work. “My right illiosacral joint was injured,’’ said King, who owns Spotted ...

  7. Petition Supporting Fired Greeley Basketball Coach Nears 500 Signatures

    Petition Supporting Fired Greeley Basketball Coach Nears 500 Signatures

    CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- An online petition to reinstate Dave Fernandes as the head coach of the Horace Greeley High School varsity boys basketball team in Chappaqua has reached nearly 500 signatures.In a meeting with with athletic director Pete Kuczma, Fernandes, a Dutchess resident, was told the school wanted to go in a “different direction.” Fernandes, the head custodian at the school, has ...

  8. Olympics End for Mohegan Lake's Gonzalez, U.S. Field Hockey

    Olympics End for Mohegan Lake's Gonzalez, U.S. Field Hockey

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, Conn. -- The United States field hockey team saw its Olympic run come to an end Monday with a 2-1 loss to Germany in the quarterfinals of the tournament in Rio de Janeiro.Germany took a 2-0 lead in the first half. Katie Reinprecht and Katelyn Falgowski combined to work for a goal for the U.S., with the ball getting deflected into the cage off the stick of a German ...

  9. Watering Tips For Yorktown Residents, With An Environmental Twist

    Watering Tips For Yorktown Residents, With An Environmental Twist

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- When summer weather turns hot and dry, it can take a serious toll on plants in your landscape. Cross your fingers for summer showers that give much needed relief. But what do you do when Mother Nature isn’t cooperating?Before you grab the garden hose, consider this information from the EPA – landscape irrigation accounts for nearly one-third of all ...

  10. Westchester Executive Puts Emphasis On County's Youth

    Westchester Executive Puts Emphasis On County's Youth

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Ebony White looks no further than her Yonkers upbringing to find where she discovered a passion for helping young men and women find jobs.White works now as the Director of Workforce and Employer Development for The Business Council of Westchester (BCW) in White Plains. One of her primary responsibilities is to help find jobs for young workers in the county by ...

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