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  1. Westchester County Attracting Millennials As NYC Rent Increases

    Westchester County Attracting Millennials As NYC Rent Increases

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- With rental prices in New York City increasing, the demand for rental housing is increasing in southern Westchester County, reports The Wall Street Journal. Real-estate researcher Reis Inc. is projecting an almost 3 percent growth in rental units this year due to Westchester County's close proximity to rail lines for commuters to travel to New York City and ...

  2. Letter To The Editor: Drama At Yorktown Town Board Meeting

    Letter To The Editor: Drama At Yorktown Town Board Meeting

    YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- The Yorktown Daily Voice accepts signed and original letters to the editor up to 350 words. Please send letters to yorktown@dailyvoice.com.To the editor: Residents got a rare glimpse behind the veil worn by Supervisor Michael Grace at Yorktown Board Meeting on Jan. 19. Supervisor Grace demonstrated that he’s not the calm cool and collected man he portrays himself to ...

  3. Letter: Yorktown Town Board Is Wrong To Eliminate Public Comment

    Letter: Yorktown Town Board Is Wrong To Eliminate Public Comment

    YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- The Yorktown Daily Voice accepts signed and original letters to the editor up to 350 words. Please send letters to yorktown@dailyvoice.com.To the editor: The Yorktown Town Board has decided to diminish the privilege of courtesy of the floor (aka public comment) by moving the one remaining public comment segment from the beginning of the meeting to the end of the ...

  4. Letter: Candidate In Yorktown Wants Felon Legislators To Lose Pensions

    Letter: Candidate In Yorktown Wants Felon Legislators To Lose Pensions

    CARMEL, N.Y. -- The Putnam Daily Voice accepts signed and original letters to the editor up to 350 words. Please send letters to putnam@dailyvoice.com.To the editor:As we have witnessed over the past few years, many legislators have been convicted of felonies, for abusing their power and the public trust. How is it that they are still allowed to collect their pension and retirement ...

  5. Fox Meadow Students Earn Healthcare Provider Credential

    Fox Meadow Students Earn Healthcare Provider Credential

    YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- The halls of Fox Meadow School are a little safer now that several students have completed training in CPR and AED by the American Heart Association.The course leading to the Healthcare Provider credential was taught over several health class periods, with students learning how to respond to a sudden cardiac arrest, choking emergency or other emergency in the first few ...

  6. Lakeland Copper Beech Middle School Holding Blood Drive

    Lakeland Copper Beech Middle School Holding Blood Drive

    YORKTOWN HIGHTS, N.Y. -- A blood drive will be held at Lakeland Copper Beech Middle in Yorktown on Wednesday, Jan. 27. Anyone wishing to donate should bring identification with a photo and signature. Donors must weigh at least 110 pounds and be between 16-75 years old. If older than 76, bring a note from your physician to donate. Donors who are 16 mist have parental consent. The Blood ...

  7. Jefferson Valley Mall Invites Professionals To Networking Event

    Jefferson Valley Mall Invites Professionals To Networking Event

    YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- A networking event for local business owners and professionals will be held at the Jefferson Mall in Yorktown Heights on Wednesday, Jan. 20. Business After Hours will allow professionals to make interpersonal connections while gaining information about various area chamber of commerce chapters, including those from Greater Mahopac-Carmel, Putnam Valley, Yorktown and ...

  8. Three Yorktown Students Recognized As Intel Semifinalists

    Three Yorktown Students Recognized As Intel Semifinalists

    YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- Three Yorktown High School science research students have been selected as National Intel Science Talent Search semifinalists. The three 17-year-old students, Andrew Levin, Cayla Hamann, and Andrew Amini, entered research papers, which was a culmination of their science research projects they carried out during the last three years. The semifinalists were selected from ...

  9. Letter: Yorktown Food Pantries Say Thank You

    Letter: Yorktown Food Pantries Say Thank You

    YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- The Yorktown Daily Voice accepts signed letters to the editor by sending them to yorktown@dailyvoice.com. To the editor:Thanksgiving to New Year's is the busiest time of the year for food pantries. Cold weather and the holidays combine to create an increased need for our services. Luckily, it's also the time of year when neighbors and local businesses have a heightened ...

  10. 'Whatever' Takes Crown For Most Annoying Word Of 2015

    'Whatever' Takes Crown For Most Annoying Word Of 2015

    The most annoying word of 2015, according to a Marist Poll. goes to the word ... "whatever."The word "whatever" takes the crown for the seventh consecutive year with 43 percent of the votes. Coming in second with 22 percent of the votes is "no offense ... but"; 20 percent of the votes were for "like"; 7 percent were for "no worries"; and ...

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