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  1. Chappaqua's Hillary Clinton Says She's 'Ready To Come Out Of The Woods'

    Chappaqua's Hillary Clinton Says She's 'Ready To Come Out Of The Woods'

    In a sign that she hopes to shed the low profile she’s kept since losing the presidential election last fall, Chappaqua’s Hillary Clinton says she’s “ready to come out of the woods."Clinton spoke Friday to the Society of Irish Women in Scranton, Pa., where her father and grandfather grew up and where she spent many happy times with her family.According to a YouTube video of the St. ...

  2. Rita's Celebrates Spring With Italian Ice Giveaway At Westchester Locations

    Rita's Celebrates Spring With Italian Ice Giveaway At Westchester Locations

    A purveyor of frozen goodies is hoping to awaken Hudson Valley taste buds from their long winter’s nap.Rita’s will celebrate the first day of spring -- and the chain's 25th anniversary--  with by giving away samples of its famed Italian ices.The event takes place from 12 noon to 9 p.m. on Monday, March 20.Guests will receive an ice in a limited-edition First Day of Spring cup.The limit ...

  3. Renowned NYC Architect Hugh Hardy Of Westchester, 84

    Renowned NYC Architect Hugh Hardy Of Westchester, 84

    IRVINGTON, N.Y. – Irvington’s Hugh Hardy, an architect known for renovating or designing Radio City Music Hall and other performing arts venues and public venues in New York City, died on Friday, March 17. He was 84.The cause of death was cerebral hemorrhage, apparently caused by a fall Hardy had earlier in the week, The New York Times reported.The New Yorker magazine had once dubbed ...

  4. Rita's Celebrates Spring With Italian Ice Giveaway At Westchester Locations

    Rita's Celebrates Spring With Italian Ice Giveaway At Westchester Locations

    A purveyor of frozen goodies is hoping to awaken Hudson Valley taste buds from their long winter’s nap.Rita’s will celebrate the first day of spring -- and the chain's 25th anniversary--  with by giving away samples of its famed Italian ices.The event takes place from 12 noon to 9 p.m. on Monday, March 20.Guests will receive an ice in a limited-edition First Day of Spring cup.The limit ...

  5. Norbert Sander Of Westchester, Champion Runner, Pioneer, Dies At 74

    Norbert Sander Of Westchester, Champion Runner, Pioneer, Dies At 74

    Dr. Norbert W. Sander Jr., of Hastings-on-Hudson, died on St. Patrick’s Day of a heart attack.He was stricken at home Friday and taken to a hospital in Yonkers, his hometown, where he was pronounced dead, multiple media reports said.The winner of the 1974 New York City Marathon – the only New Yorker to do so -- was 74.He attended Sacred Heart Grammar School in the Capuchin Franciscan ...

  6. Three Westchester Men Charged In Racketeering, Drug, Money Laundering Case

    Three Westchester Men Charged In Racketeering, Drug, Money Laundering Case

    Several Westchester and Putnam men were among half a dozen members or associates of the Hells Angels rounded up in a racketeering, drug, and money laundering case this week, federal authorities say.According to Joon H. Kim, acting U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, those men were: Joseph Kaplan, 30, of Valhalla; John "Uncle" Calvacchio, 53, of Kent; Jeff ...

  7. Westchester Ranks Among Nation's 10 Most Expensive Places To Raise Family

    Westchester Ranks Among Nation's 10 Most Expensive Places To Raise Family

    Westchester County is nearly at the top of the list of the 10 most expensive places in the country for a two-parent family to raise two children, according to a recent survey by marketwatch.com.It came in at No. 3. Its neighbor to the south, New York City, was just one notch lower, at No. 4.The top two places?: Washington, D.C., and Nassau and Suffolk counties on Long ...

  8. Mount Pleasant's Blue Hill At Stone Barns In Running For James Beard Award

    Mount Pleasant's Blue Hill At Stone Barns In Running For James Beard Award

    MOUNT PLEASANT, N.Y. – A fine dining spot in the Mount Pleasant hamlet of Pocantico Hills has made the short-list for one of the James Beard Foundation's top culinary honors.Blue Hill at Stone Barns, a high-end farm-to-table restaurant, already has a bunch of awards under its belt, including one from JBF in 2015.The late James Beard was a champion of American cuisine and a cookbook ...

  9. Put The Shovel Away And Pick Up A Fork, Rye Eatery's Spring Menu Is Here

    Put The Shovel Away And Pick Up A Fork, Rye Eatery's Spring Menu Is Here

    RYE BROOK, N.Y. -- With folks still digging out Wednesday after Stella buried the Hudson Valley in several feet of snow, it’s hard to picture spring being just around the corner.But for one Rye Brook restaurant, it’s already here.The Dig Inn, a fast-casual eatery, this week unveiled a spring menu that features the season's best ingredients in dishes such as golden beets with quinoa and ...

  10. Israel, Media In 'Age Of Trump' Topic Of Harrison Talk

    Israel, Media In 'Age Of Trump' Topic Of Harrison Talk

    HARRISON, N.Y. -- The editor in chief of a newspaper with a website that has been called the “Jewish Huffington Post” will discuss the media and Israel at a synagogue in Harrison.Dovid Efune, of The Algemeiner Journal, will give a talk titled “Israel in the Media: A Path to Victory in the Age of Trump” at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 28, at Young Israel of Harrison.The synagogue is located ...

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