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  1. Farm Fest Takes Stage At Crompond School

    Farm Fest Takes Stage At Crompond School

    YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- Farmers recently brought their bounties to Crompond School where third- and fourth-graders got to pour through vegetables, taste smoothies and debut a "pollination garden."The second annual Farm Fest in October is part of the school's Farm-to-School Month starring the school’s ever-growing garden. It highlights an outdoor experience for the students who learn ...

  2. Alliance For Safe Kids In Voting Contest For Tompkins Mahopac Bank Prize

    Alliance For Safe Kids In Voting Contest For Tompkins Mahopac Bank Prize

    A social media contest to benefit a local nonprofit needs the public's input.A final/third round of voting will begin Wednesday in the Tompkins Mahopac Bank’s Community Minute Challenge which gives a gift of $2,000.The voters will select their favorite one-minute video by a group of Hudson Valley non-profits, as posted on Tompkins Mahopac Bank’s Facebook page.The organization that earns ...

  3. Letter: In Defense Of Mute Swans, Defenseless Birds

    Letter: In Defense Of Mute Swans, Defenseless Birds

    Daily Voice accepts signed letters to the editor. Send signed letters to armonk@dailyvoice.comThe following is a reader's response to the Daily Voice lifestyle article, "Who Knew Mute Swans Were Such Coastal Pests?"To the editor:Let's not mince words. the writer of this article is using the code words, "effective management" to to call for the brutal killing of ...

  4. County Government Employees' Union Overwhelmingly Votes Down Contract

    County Government Employees' Union Overwhelmingly Votes Down Contract

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Members of the Civil Service Employees Association rejected County Executive Rob Astorino's eight-year plan, according to a lohud.com report.The vote was 2,028 to 172 opposing the contract, CSEA Unit 2200 President Kwabena Manu told lohud.comIn the proposal, wages over eight years would increase by 8.5 percent, and members of the union would pay a portion of ...

  5. Video: David Cassidy Gets Upset At Fan Filming Him At Peekskill Concert

    Video: David Cassidy Gets Upset At Fan Filming Him At Peekskill Concert

    PEEKSKILL, N.Y. -- While on stage at the Paramount Hudson Valley Theater, David Cassidy got upset when a cellphone video light was shone at him, according to TMZ."Would you please turn that light out or be removed from the theater," he is heard saying on a video posted on the TMZ website. "Turn that light out. It's blinding me. I have had five eye surgeries. Are you that ...

  6. Attorneys, Paralegals Lauded In Hudson Valley 'Pro Bono Week'

    Attorneys, Paralegals Lauded In Hudson Valley 'Pro Bono Week'

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Volunteers that provide legal services to the poor were lauded last week in a Legal Services of the Hudson Valley Pro Bono Week celebration.The American Bar Association launched the celebration in 2009 to raise awareness of the unmet legal needs of vulnerable and economically disadvantaged individuals and families and to encourage more attorneys and paralegals to ...

  7. Mets, Pirates Split Games In Westchester-Putnam Senior Baseball League

    Mets, Pirates Split Games In Westchester-Putnam Senior Baseball League

    YORKTOWN, N.Y. -The two-time defending champion Westchester Mets and first place Shrub Oak Pirates clashed for the championship of the Walker Lewis Division in Westchester-Putnam Men's Senior Baseball League action on Sunday.The teams split a doubleheader to open their best-of-three final series.The Mets won, 14-4, in the first game before the Pirates, two outs from another elimination, ...

  8. Work Done On Clintons' New Chappaqua Home Without Permits, Report Says

    Work Done On Clintons' New Chappaqua Home Without Permits, Report Says

    CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- Renovations reportedly have been done minus permits on a house purchased by Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton next to their current home in Chappaqua, according to lohud.The newspaper, citing building records, reported the built-in pool on the 33 Old Lane property, which also has a ranch-style house, has been ...

  9. Letter To Editor: Mute Swans, Defenseless Birds

    Letter To Editor: Mute Swans, Defenseless Birds

    ARMONK, N.Y. -- Armonk Daily Voice accepts signed letters to the editor. Send signed letters to armonk@dailyvoice.com.The following is a reader's response to the Daily Voice lifestyle article, "Who Knew Mute Swans Were Such Coastal Pests?"To the editor: It is bizarre that because the mute swan had the misfortune of being released here only over a century ago they are made a ...

  10. Yorktown High School Announces Valedictorian, Salutatorian

    Yorktown High School Announces Valedictorian, Salutatorian

    YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- Yorktown High School has announced the Class of 2017 valedictorian and salutatorian.They are Noor Nassar and Sidharth Anand, respectively. “These two students are fine examples of our young people who have excelled in academics, athletics, music, science and math, and the humanities,” Superintendent of Schools Ralph Napolitano said."Yorktown has a very supportive ...

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