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  1. California Closets Makes Room For Local Bank

    California Closets Makes Room For Local Bank

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- California Closets was founded in 1978 by an 18-year-old college student who turned his innovative way of maximizing dorm-room space into a thriving business. Since then, the company has become one the fastest growing in the country and has set the standard for closet-organization systems. The company's product innovation and custom approach continue to serve as ...

  2. College's Annual 'President's Forum' Discussed The State Of The Nation

    College's Annual 'President's Forum' Discussed The State Of The Nation

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- The annual President’s Forum, held on Westchester Community College's Valhalla campus, took place on Nov. 12. The public discussion, which focused on issues such as the media, foreign affairs, the economy and education, was held to raise money for a good cause.In the past, the President's Forum has featured prominent guests such as Bill Clinton, secretaries of ...

  3. Winter Is Coming: How To Stay Warm In The Harsh Weather

    Winter Is Coming: How To Stay Warm In The Harsh Weather

    POUND RIDGE, N.Y. -- With chilly mornings and cold nights, the winter heating season will be here before you know it. That's why preparing your home heating system should be a top priority. Marshall Oil Company, a family-owned heating and fueling business, knows exactly how to keep Old Man Winter at bay for the months to come. When warming up with blankets and sitting by the fireplace ...

  4. Westchester Community College Basketball Tips Off After Absence

    Westchester Community College Basketball Tips Off After Absence

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Westchester Community College welcomed the return of men’s basketball with a home win over Monroe College on Nov. 2. After a hiatus, the Vikings' basketball team returned and was able to claim victory after forty minutes of exciting end-to-end action to open the season.For the administration, staff and student-athletes who worked to make the Westchester Community ...

  5. Westchester-Based Company Has Branched Out, Growing National Attention

    Westchester-Based Company Has Branched Out, Growing National Attention

    MAMARONECK, N.Y. -- In 1979, Howard Freilich, a young entrepreneur, started a horticultural business based out of a small camper in Westchester. Today, Freilich has grown his business to a multimillion-dollar enterprise that’s one of the largest interior horticultural companies in the country.Blondie’s Treehouse, Inc., provides landscape interiors, exterior plantings and floral ...

  6. Don't Fall Into A Trap This Season: Learn To Save Money On The Heating Bill

    Don't Fall Into A Trap This Season: Learn To Save Money On The Heating Bill

    POUND RIDGE, N.Y. -- As the cooler weather slowly returns, it's almost time to turn off the AC and break out the blankets. While energy bills usually begin to increase this time of year, Pound Ridge-based, Marshall Oil Company is helping customers stay warm and comfortable without breaking the bank.Marshall Oil provides customers with heating equipment, fuel oil tanks, hot water boilers ...

  7. Become A Master Chef At Community College's Four-Part Cooking Series

    Become A Master Chef At Community College's Four-Part Cooking Series

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- The Westchester Community College Foundation is cooking up something delicious. This fall, the college is hosting a four-part, public cooking demonstration for to help support a good cause. The college's Great Chefs of Westchester Series will feature cooking demonstrations and three-course dinners in October and November, led by professional chefs from across ...

  8. Community College Students Say 'Cheerio' For A Fifteenth Straight Year

    Community College Students Say 'Cheerio' For A Fifteenth Straight Year

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- This summer, more than a dozen Westchester Community College students had the opportunity to experience Cambridge University and Old World Europe, thanks to a one-of-a-kind immersion program.The Cambridge Study Abroad Program, now in its fifteenth year, gives university honors students the chance to spend two weeks at Cambridge University each July. This year, 13 ...

  9. Helping The Hungry: Food Bank For Westchester CEO Fights County Problem

    Helping The Hungry: Food Bank For Westchester CEO Fights County Problem

    ELMSFORD, N.Y. -- Leslie Gordon, CEO of The Food Bank for Westchester, knows what it takes to help those in need. Responsible for feeding thousands of Westchester residents each year, Gordon is working to take a bite out of a growing concern across the county. The Food Bank for Westchester began in 1988 with one man and a van serving food to in-need Yonkers residents. Now, FBW has grown ...

  10. Walk It Out This October In Support Of Breast And Ovarian Cancer

    Walk It Out This October In Support Of Breast And Ovarian Cancer

    YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- The fall is a great time to show support for breast and ovarian cancer. Support Connection, a not-for-profit organization that provides support to women, their families and friends affected by breast and ovarian cancer, will hold their most important fundraiser at FDR State Park in Yorktown Heights. The Annual Support-A-Walk charity event for Breast and Ovarian Cancer ...

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