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Sam Barron

Community Editor sbarron@dailyvoice.com

An (almost) lifelong Westchester resident, Sam has reported on all facets of Westchester since he graduated from Ryerson University with a degree in print journalism, including stints at North County News and The Examiner. A film columnist for WAG Magazine, Sam's moviegoing expertise has been profiled in the New York Times and he was a featured guest on VH1's Big Morning Buzz Live.

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  1. Wappingers Woman Devotes Her Life To Helping Animals

    Wappingers Woman Devotes Her Life To Helping Animals

    WAPPINGERS FALLS, NY.-- Karen LeCain is always putting animals first.LeCain runs Compassionate Animal Rescue Efforts of Dutchess County (CARE of DC), sheltering dogs, cats and any other animal that needs assistance out of her home in Wappingers Falls home. The all volunteer-based shelter is not open to the public.More than 90 percent of the cats and dogs that come in are fostered out to ...

  2. Yorktown's Scavino, Trump Aide, Joins Battle Between TV Commentators

    Yorktown's Scavino, Trump Aide, Joins Battle Between TV Commentators

    Westchester native Dan Scavino, the White House Social Media Director, took to Twitter to proclaim that Sean Hannity "owned" New Canaan's Joe Scarborough during a recent Twitter spat of network news commentators that involved four people and three cable news networks. Scavino graduated from Yorktown High School and lived in Hopewell Junction before joining Trump's staff in the ...

  3. Original Annies Reuniting In Mohegan Lake To Celebrate 40th Anniversary

    Original Annies Reuniting In Mohegan Lake To Celebrate 40th Anniversary

    MOHEGAN LAKE, N.Y. -- For the first time ever, all five original Annies will be sharing a stage. The five women who played the Little Orphan Annie in the original Broadway production of "Annie" will be at the Winery At St. George, at 1715 East Main Street, to tell stories and perform songs on April 30 at 1 p.m. and 6 p.m, in celebration of the musical's 40th anniversary.Fans ...

  4. Here Are Your Snowstorm Photos, Putnam

    Here Are Your Snowstorm Photos, Putnam

    The Hudson Valley felt the wrath of Old Man Winter on Thursday and residents are showing off their covered backyards. Here are photos submitted by Daily Voice readers.For a rundown of snowfall totals from the area, click here.

  5. Four World War II Chaplains Honored By Yorktown American Legion

    Four World War II Chaplains Honored By Yorktown American Legion

    YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- The American Legion Post #1009 in Yorktown spent their Sunday commemorating the lives of four chaplains who gave their lives in World War II.The chaplains' ship was sunk by a German submarine in the North Atlantic. One chaplain was a rabbi, one was a Dutch reformed minister, one was a Methodist and the other was a Catholic priest.While the ship was sinking, the ...

  6. Send Us Your Snowstorm Photos, Putnam

    Send Us Your Snowstorm Photos, Putnam

    The Hudson Valley felt the wrath of Old Man Winter on Thursday and residents are showing off their covered backyards. The storm, which will impact the area for about 12 hours Thursday, prompted schools and school districts to announce closures Wednesday evening.Snowfall rates of 2 to 4 inches per hour are possible through noon Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.Snow ...

  7. Peekskill Musician Takes Listeners Around The World On New Album

    Peekskill Musician Takes Listeners Around The World On New Album

    PEEKSKILL, N.Y. -- To listen to Daisy Jopling's new CD, you might need your passport.Jopling, a Peekskill violinist who grew up in England, released "Awakening," on Friday, her first CD of original compositions from Fleur de Sons Classics. The album spans the world of music featuring spirituals, pop, reggae, funk, Irish folk, and even Argentine tango. She performed the album ...

  8. Lake Peekskill Woman Launches Decorating Business

    Lake Peekskill Woman Launches Decorating Business

    LAKE PEEKSKILL, N.Y. -- A Lake Peekskill resident is aiming to make decorating your home as smooth an experience as possible.Sylvie Farrell recently started her own Decorating Den franchise, which specializes in home decorating. "We go the clients home," Farrell said. "The clients never come to me, I go to them."Farrell, who recently joined the Yorktown Small ...

  9. Hudson Valley Legislators Propose End To Sex Offender Loophole

    Hudson Valley Legislators Propose End To Sex Offender Loophole

    Sex offenders in New York can go unaccounted for days and weeks at a time if they change their addresses. Two Hudson Valley legislators are looking to change that.State Sen. Terrence Murphy (R-Yorktown) and Assemblyman Ken Zebrowski (D-New City) have proposed legislation requiring law enforcement to send change of address forms to the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services ...

  10. Dutchess Restaurant Gives Family With Autistic Child A Special Night Out

    Dutchess Restaurant Gives Family With Autistic Child A Special Night Out

    LAGRANGEVILLE, .N.Y. -- For Katelyn Bronzi, whose brother has autism, her only birthday wish was to have a family night out for dinner. Because of her brother Stevie's autism, the family, which lives in Lagrangeville, had never been able to go to a restaurant before. "He has impulsive behaviors so going out in public places can be disastrous for us," said Nicole Bronzi, ...

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