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Kathy Reakes

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  1. Firefighter Killed In Blaze On Set Of Movie Attended Iona College

    Firefighter Killed In Blaze On Set Of Movie Attended Iona College

    A New York City firefighter and former Iona College student was killed battling a five-alarm fire in a Harlem building where a movie starring Bruce Willis and Alec Baldwin was being filmed.Firefighter Michael R. Davidson, 37, a 15-year veteran, was killed, and two others firefighters were injured, the FDNY said.Iona, which Davidson attended from 1999 to 2001, said on Twitter "We ...

  2. $6.25M Settlement Due For Estate Of Area Couple Killed By Tree

    $6.25M Settlement Due For Estate Of Area Couple Killed By Tree

    A $6.25 million judgment has been approved by the legislature's Judiciary Committee for the estate of a Westchester couple killed on the Westport section of the Merritt Parkway on June 9, 2007, after a tree hit their vehicle.In a 9-0 vote, the committee approved the long expected settlement for the estate of Dr. Joseph J. Stavola, 46, and Jeanne C. Serocke, 44, who were killed when a ...

  3. Golden Locks: Buchanan Barbershop Marks 50th Year

    Golden Locks: Buchanan Barbershop Marks 50th Year

    When it comes to traditional barbershops, only two things have changed at the Buchanan Barbershop since it opened its doors in 1968 — the prices and the fact that women can now get haircuts there.Originally located across the street, the shop, also known as Phil's Barbershop, moved to its present location on White Street, when the original barbershop was torn down to create a park, said ...

  4. 1999 Brewster HS Grad Christopher May, 36, Dies After Battling Cancer

    1999 Brewster HS Grad Christopher May, 36, Dies After Battling Cancer

    Christopher May, 36, a longtime Rye resident died with his wife by his side on Tuesday, March 20, after a five year battle with cancer.Born in Danbury, Conn., on March 31, 1981, May was a 1999 graduate of Brewster High School and continued his education at Carnegie Melon University receiving his bachelor’s degree.On August 26, 2005, he married the love of his life Teresa Mazzotta at St. ...

  5. ID Theft Suspect From Upstate NY Caught In Stamford

    ID Theft Suspect From Upstate NY Caught In Stamford

    A resident on the lookout for a suspected criminal helped Stamford police catch a man wanted for stealing identities and then using the information to purchase expensive phones and tablets.The resident spotted the bad guy on Tuesday after Stamford detectives had spent hours staking out an area waiting for him to arrive to pick up the fraudulent goods after they were delivered to homes ...

  6. Ex-Cop Charged With Killing Four In Hudson Valley Assaulted In Prison

    Ex-Cop Charged With Killing Four In Hudson Valley Assaulted In Prison

    Nicholas Tartaglione, a former police officer in Westchester and Dutchess counties charged with killing four people, is receiving inhumane treatment, including being assaulted at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Manhattan, according to a letter his attorney wrote. Tartaglione, of Otisville in Orange County, was hospitalized for more than two weeks for a fractured eye socket bone, ...

  7. Hudson Valley Boy, 6, Dies After Battle With Brain Cancer

    Hudson Valley Boy, 6, Dies After Battle With Brain Cancer

    Lucas Harashima of Pound Ridge died Wednesday surrounded by his family following a battle with  DIPG, an aggressive brain tumor DIPG, an aggressive brain tumor that has no known cause or cure. He was 6 years old.Lucas, who fought bravely for 18 months,  inspired all who knew him. The son of Sansan and Hide, Harashima, and brother to Kai, he always offered plenty of joy, smiles, and ...

  8. Danbury Begins Annual Attack Against Potholes

    Danbury Begins Annual Attack Against Potholes

    To combat the annual issue of potholes and to keep roads safe and smooth, the City of Danbury has hired Patch Management Inc. to fill potholes across town.Also known as the “Pothole Killers," the company uses a unique truck-mounted asphalt spray machine that drives on roadways and fills potholes within minutes. “Last year, the Pothole Killer’s operations and capabilities proved to ...

  9. Seen Him? Alert Issued For Missing Area Man

    Seen Him? Alert Issued For Missing Area Man

    Police are asking the public for help in locating an area man who hasn't been seen or heard from since Monday.Patrick Vidal, 54, was reported missing on Tuesday after he did not report to work and was unable to be located by family and friends, said City of Poughkeepsie Police.Vidal, who may be suicidal, is described as being a black male, 5-foot-8, 180 pounds, and was last seen Monday ...

  10. Area Man Accused Of Stealing $4K In Welfare Benefits

    Area Man Accused Of Stealing $4K In Welfare Benefits

    A Poughkeepsie man was arrested for stealing more than $4,000 in welfare benefits, said the Dutchess County Sheriff’s Office.Angel M. Rivera, 36, was arrested Tuesday following an investigation by the Sheriff’s Office Detective Division, in conjunction with the Dutchess County Department of Community and Family Services, said Capt. John Watterson.According to officials, Rivera illegally ...

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