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  1. Putnam|Northern Westchester BOCES Thanks Crisis Team

    Putnam|Northern Westchester BOCES Thanks Crisis Team

    YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N.Y. -- Putnam | Northern Westchester BOCES recently thanked members of the Regional Crisis Team with inspirational plaques created by students in Sandy Hook and Ridgefield, Conn., who belong to Club Comfort, a not-for- profit organization that provides plaques to help students, patients and trauma victims through challenging times. Throughout the school year, members ...

  2. Letter To The Editor: Let's Play Yorktown Monopoly

    Letter To The Editor: Let's Play Yorktown Monopoly

    YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- Daily Voice accepts signed letters up to 350 words. Email them to yorktown@dailyvoice.com.To the Editor: Monopolizing Yorktown In the real life version of Yorktown Monopoly, Supervisor Michael Grace and his fellow Town Board members are the bank. The Town Board is already used to spending Yorktown taxpayers' money like it’s Monopoly money. Yorktown taxpayers would ...

  3. Tech Center At Putnam|Northern Westchester BOCES Graduates 486

    Tech Center At Putnam|Northern Westchester BOCES Graduates 486

    YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N.Y. -- Four hundred eighty-six students graduated from the Tech Center at Putnam | Northern Westchester BOCES on Wednesday after completing studies in the fields of cosmetology, animation, graphic arts, engineering, culinary arts, computer science, law enforcement and construction, among others.Stephen Lowry, executive principal of the Tech Center, asked the graduates ...

  4. Hudson Valley Native Judith Kaye, First Female Chief Judge In NY, Dies

    Hudson Valley Native Judith Kaye, First Female Chief Judge In NY, Dies

    Judith S, Kaye, the first female chief judge in New York, died from cancer Thursday at her Manhattan home, according to The New York Times. Born in the Hudson Valley's Monticello, Kaye was 77. Kaye was appointed an associate judge of the Court of Appeals by Gov. Mario M. Cuomo in 1983. She became chief judge following the resignation of Sol Watcher a decade later and presided over the ...

  5. Yorktown Teacher Presents Revolutionary War Program

    Yorktown Teacher Presents Revolutionary War Program

    PUTNAM VALLEY, N.Y. -- The Putnam Valley Historical Society will present a program on the importance of the Hudson River during the American Revolution with historian, author and educator Christopher DiPasquale on Saturday, Dec. 12 at 10 a.m. During the American Revolution the Hudson River was not just a waterway. It was a lifeline, a vital artery on which the cause of independence ...

  6. Yorktown's Goddard School Collects 434 Pounds Of Food For Church

    Yorktown's Goddard School Collects 434 Pounds Of Food For Church

    YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- Children at The Goddard School in Yorktown collected 434 pound of food to benefit First Presbyterian Church of Yorktown.The food drive was held throughout November. The children, teachers and families collected 434 pounds of nonperishable foods for local families in need.“Teaching young children to help others creates a foundation for character development by building ...

  7. Cortlandt Spirit Stars Excel At Yorktown Cheerleading Competition

    Cortlandt Spirit Stars Excel At Yorktown Cheerleading Competition

    CORTLANDT, N.Y. -- The Cortlandt-based Spirit Stars Cheerleading and Tumble Center senior team won first place in its division at the recent Yorktown cheerleading competition. The team also received the highest score of the competition, earning it the grand champion trophy. This team made up of sixth- and seventh-grade athletes from various local middle schools performed a nearly ...

  8. Cortlandt Gains Approval To Buy Quarry Site From Con Edison

    Cortlandt Gains Approval To Buy Quarry Site From Con Edison

    CORTLANDT, N.Y. -- The town of Cortlandt has gained approval to buy a former quarry from Con Edison, according to a report in The Examiner.Town officials have been trying to purchase the 99-acre site in Verplanck to prevent construction of a high-voltage converter station there, The Examiner reported.Town Supervisor Linda Puglisi sais the town would like to build recreational facilities ...

  9. Westchester Budget Cuts Worry Legal Services Of Hudson Valley

    Westchester Budget Cuts Worry Legal Services Of Hudson Valley

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Legal Services of the Hudson Valley is concerned that the proposed 2016 Westchester County budget will greatly limit its ability to serve its low-income clients.County Executive Rob Astorino introduced a proposed $1.8 billion budget for the 2016 fiscal year Nov. 13 that doesn't increase taxes for the sixth straight year but does cut LSHV funding by ...

  10. Police Dish Out 58 Tickets In I-684 Detail

    Police Dish Out 58 Tickets In I-684 Detail

    SOMERS, N.Y. -- New York State Police at Somers issued 58 tickets during a speed enforcement initiative focusing on Interstate 684 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday.Most of the tickets were for speeding. The effort was part of a state police highway safety initiative that aims to reduce the number of deaths, injuries and property damage caused by motor vehicle accidents. 

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