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  1. Lakeland Grad, Former Marine Honored For Becoming State Trooper

    Lakeland Grad, Former Marine Honored For Becoming State Trooper

    YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- A Yorktown native who is a former Marine and volunteer fireman, now poised to join the New York State Police was honored for a lifetime of service at a town hall ceremony Thursday.Yorktown native Avery Katz is a recent graduate of the New York State Police Basic School where he was named "Class Representative."He was presented with a proclamation by State ...

  2. Parents Invited To North Salem Middle/High School Concert

    Parents Invited To North Salem Middle/High School Concert

    NORTH SALEM, N.Y. -- The North Salem Middle/High School will present its Winter Concert Tuesday, Dec. 20.The concert will begin with the high school jazz band, the Madrigals, the concert band and culminate with a combined performance of the Hallelujah Chorus at the end of the program"We are very excited to continue the tradition of the Mini Messiah Sing-in combining the Concert ...

  3. Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds Of Pound Ridge Finally Show Off Their Kids

    Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds Of Pound Ridge Finally Show Off Their Kids

    POUND RIDGE, N.Y. -- Super-private Pound Ridge celebrities Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds, along with their two children, made their first public appearance as a family at the Hollywood Walk of Fame, according to stories on E! Online.Though publically seen around the Pound Ridge area, the two rarely have their kids with them and keep their family life under wraps, according to E! ...

  4. Blood Drive At Putnam Hospital Fill Critical Need For Holidays

    Blood Drive At Putnam Hospital Fill Critical Need For Holidays

    CARMEL, N.Y. --  Blood donations become critically low in December when supplies are down due to holidays, weather, illness and school vacations, according to the American Red Cross. In order to fill the gap, Putnam Hospital Center will run a blood drive Thursday, Dec. 22 for the public and employees of the hospital.In the New York-Penn blood services region, the Red Cross needs to ...

  5. Mahopac's Burt Will Receive 'Heart Of A Giant' Award Sunday

    Mahopac's Burt Will Receive 'Heart Of A Giant' Award Sunday

    MAHOPAC, N.Y. -- The 17-year-old from Mahopac High School who was presented with the USA Football's Heart of Giant Award will receive $3,500 equipment grant for his school and a trophy at the New York Giants home game against the Detroit Lions Sunday.New York Giants’ running back Rashad Jennings presented the award to Charlie Burt Monday.Burt was nominated for the award, sponsored by ...

  6. Rhinebeck-Based Astor Services' Fillette Dedicated To Improving Lives

    Rhinebeck-Based Astor Services' Fillette Dedicated To Improving Lives

    RHINEBECK, N.Y. -- The Chief Operating Officer of Astor Services for Children & Families in Rhinebeck was among 11 people the Chamber Foundation honored recently with a 2016 Athena International Award. Renée Fillette, Ph.D. and the nominees were chosen  for their demonstrated strengths in career excellence and leadership, community volunteer involvement and willingness to serve as a ...

  7. Cortlandt Man Who Left Home On Snowy Night In Bathrobe Still Missing

    Cortlandt Man Who Left Home On Snowy Night In Bathrobe Still Missing

    CORTLANDT, N.Y. -- A Cortlandt man who left his home on a snowy night in a jacket and bathrobe has been missing since 1998, according to the nonprofit The Charlie Project on its charleyproject.org website.Frank John DiNardi went missing March 9, 1998, from Cortlandt. At the time, Dinardi was 44, 6-feet tall and weighed 165 pounds, said the report.He is described as Caucasian, with black ...

  8. Happy Birthday to Garrison's Julie Taymor

    Happy Birthday to Garrison's Julie Taymor

    GARRISON, N.Y. -- Happy Birthday to Garrison's Julie Taymor.Julie Taymor, who lives in Garrison, was born on Dec. 15, 1952, in Newton, Mass.She is best known for directing the stage musical, "The Lion King", for which she became the first woman to win the Tony Award for directing a musical, in addition to a Tony Award for Original Costume Design.She has also received the Drama ...

  9. Metro-North Probes Missing Funds From Alcohol Sales At Grand Central

    Metro-North Probes Missing Funds From Alcohol Sales At Grand Central

    Alcohol and beer will not be sold on platforms at Grand Central Terminal amid a "missing funds" investigation by Metro-North, according to multiple reports.Money - amounts not specified - reportedly was discovered missing from the beverage sales off of bar carts at platform entrances, lohud said, citing officials.Eighteen commissary carts and two commissary counters were ...

  10. Patterson Rotary Delivers Thanksgiving Dinners To 35 Families

    Patterson Rotary Delivers Thanksgiving Dinners To 35 Families

    PATTERSON, N.Y. -- Many families in Putnam County had supplies to prepare dinner for last month's Thanksgiving holiday from a community-wide effort of the Rotary Club of Patterson.Hundreds of volunteers helped the Putnam Community Action Partnership’s Thanksgiving Basket program.“All the local Rotary Clubs and supermarkets play a huge role in making this program a success. Patterson ...

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