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  1. Former NFL Star Amani Toomer Breaks Bread With Peekskill Students

    Former NFL Star Amani Toomer Breaks Bread With Peekskill Students

    Football and breakfast teamed up in Peekskill, culminating in a special dinner with a former NFL star.Former Giants wide receiver Amani Toomer dropped by the Peekskill School District to help hold a "thank you" dinner with the Cabot Farmer's Gratitude Grill and the American Dairy Association North East.The event was to reward the Peekskill City School District for implementing ...

  2. GoFundMe Launched For Yorktown Police Officer Battling Multiple Sclerosis

    GoFundMe Launched For Yorktown Police Officer Battling Multiple Sclerosis

    YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N.Y. -- The community and Yorktown Police are rallying around a local officer who is straddled with medical bills after a series of operations that have left her on disability.Lauren Raczynsky, a Yorktown Police Department officer since 2011, has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia and stage 4 endometriosis, according to a GoFUndMe page set up by the ...

  3. Showtime's 'Billions' Films In Westchester

    Showtime's 'Billions' Films In Westchester

    The "Billions" stars are out for another season and they're shooting all over Westchester and Rockland counties, according to social media accounts.White Plains Mayor Thomas Roach got a visit at City Hall, which was used as the setting for some of Season 2 of the Showtime series, according to the Roach's Twitter feed. The mayor's office was used for scenes as well.Sparky's ...

  4. Westchester Children's Association Releases Vote 4 Kids Survey Results

    Westchester Children's Association Releases Vote 4 Kids Survey Results

    The Vote for Kids campaign surveyed candidates running for election in the New York State Senate and the New York State Assembly to answer questions about issues affecting Westchester’s children and youth. The initiative by the independent, nonpartisan organization Westchester Children’s Association (WCA) aims to elevate Westchester’s children and youth to the top of the public agenda ...

  5. How Much Are You Spending This Halloween, Yorktown?

    How Much Are You Spending This Halloween, Yorktown?

    Broomsticks are flying alongside ghosts during this spooktacular time of year when anything goes and glows. It's Halloween and time to fill up the candy bowl and scare up a good time.Americans will spend about $8.4 billion in 2016, with 171 million people celebrating, an all-time record, says the balance.com.Last year 157 million jumped into the fun, and plunked down $6.9 billion or ...

  6. Maloney, Oliva Trade Barbs In Congressional Race Over Heroin, Guns

    Maloney, Oliva Trade Barbs In Congressional Race Over Heroin, Guns

    Guns, the minimum wage, health care and more were debated by incumbent Democratic U.S. Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney and Republican challenger Phil Oliva, according to the Poughkeepsie Journal.The 18th congressional district candidates are split over how each area should be fixed, only agreeing all were in need of repair, including the approach to the area's heroin epidemic, according to ...

  7. Actor Thomas Mikal Ford, 52, Westchester Native

    Actor Thomas Mikal Ford, 52, Westchester Native

    Tommy Mikal Ford, a Yonkers native, died Wednesday. He was 52.An actor, he was born June 15, 1962 and was best known for the Fox comedy “Martin” and UPN sitcom “The Parkers.” Ford was hospitalized in Atlanta after an aneurysm ruptured in his abdomen. He was taken off life support about 5 p.m., Jay Mathis PR, said on Twitter. He checked into the hospital on Sunday after complications ...

  8. Grab A Cuppa Joe For National Coffee With A Cop Day, Yorktown

    Grab A Cuppa Joe For National Coffee With A Cop Day, Yorktown

    Police in Westchester, Rockland and Dutchess counties will join law enforcement nationwide and across the globe in sharing coffee with the their communities.National Coffee with a Cop Day is celebrated annually on Friday, Oct. 7 as a way to build relationships between local police and the public.Related: Yorktown Residents Invited To Have Coffee With Police OfficersSince the endeavor ...

  9. Slurp, Sip, Repeat On National Noodle Day

    Slurp, Sip, Repeat On National Noodle Day

    It's National Noodle Day on Thursday, Oct. 6 and no impastas will be tolerated.There's no need for anyone to imitate a food that's naturally perfect in all of its glory from birth to dish. Noodles comes from unmixed dough that's smacked around in any number of shapes. They're then sliced, diced and boiled with a variety of sauces, depending on ethnicity.But noodles have evolved over the ...

  10. It's Taco Tuesday, Yorktown. Enjoy National Taco Day

    It's Taco Tuesday, Yorktown. Enjoy National Taco Day

    Taco 'bout a celebration. It's Taco Tuesday on National Taco Day. You've guac to be kidding!It's not only a day to pay homage to the Mexican equivalent of a sandwich, it's time to chow down on some bargains.Qdoba: Get a free order of chips and salsa or a free drink when you sign up for Qdoba Rewards.Taco Bell: Get $1 custom drinks during Happier from 2-5 p.m.On The Border: Get Mini ...

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