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  1. Letter To Editor: Mute Swans, Defenseless Birds

    Letter To Editor: Mute Swans, Defenseless Birds

    ARMONK, N.Y. -- Armonk Daily Voice accepts signed letters to the editor. Send signed letters to armonk@dailyvoice.com.The following is a reader's response to the Daily Voice lifestyle article, "Who Knew Mute Swans Were Such Coastal Pests?"To the editor: It is bizarre that because the mute swan had the misfortune of being released here only over a century ago they are made a ...

  2. Bendish, Scarpino Debate Experience in Westchester's District Attorney Race

    Bendish, Scarpino Debate Experience in Westchester's District Attorney Race

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Bruce Bendish, a Republican whose long been a criminal defense lawyer and Anthony Scarpino, a Democrat whose been a local, county and state judge, are vying to become the next Westchester County District Attorney, reported lohud.comThe race is the only countywide one on the Election Day ballot.Bendish says having worked on "both sides of criminal ...

  3. U2 Tribute Band At 'Rock The Cure' Pediatric Foundation Gala In Purchase

    U2 Tribute Band At 'Rock The Cure' Pediatric Foundation Gala In Purchase

    MAMARONECK, N.Y. --  A U2 tribute band will perform at the Wednesday, Nov. 2 Pediatric Foundation gala.The foundation, based in Mamaroneck, fights pediatric cancer.Rock The Cure Annual Gala at Brae Burn Country Club in Purchase will feature the legendary rock music performed by New York City's Unforgettable Fire.Live and silent auctions and food and drink are all planned.The gala is ...

  4. Former Harrison Police Chief's Attorney Responds To Resignation

    Former Harrison Police Chief's Attorney Responds To Resignation

    HARRISON -- Harrison's ex-police chief Anthony Marraccini maintained "detailed" records and took off from work as his "predecessors" did, his lawyer told lohud.com.John D. Pappalardo blamed "accusations of impropriety" on "politics" not Marracini, according to lohud.com.The lawyer told lohud.com Friday the ex chief kept "meticulous ...

  5. Chihuahua Found Dodging Cars Up For Adoption In Briarcliff Manor

    Chihuahua Found Dodging Cars Up For Adoption In Briarcliff Manor

    BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N.Y. -- A tiny Chihuahua found roaming the streets is up for adoption at the The SPCA of Westchester County in Briarcliff Manor. Juan, seven, was rescued from running around busy streets and even dodging cars, according to the animal shelter.Luckily, he was captured by animal control authorities and brought there.While nothing is known of Juan's past, he is described ...

  6. Harrison Fitness Studio Takes 'Routine' Out Of Workout

    Harrison Fitness Studio Takes 'Routine' Out Of Workout

    HARRISON, N.Y. -- A new, boutique fitness studio has just opened in Harrison.TotalFusion, at 347 Halstead Ave., offers a wide range of unique and engaging classes in a warm, intimate setting, according to an announcement.Co-founder Dr. Dima Teitelman, a cardiologist, and nearly two dozen fitness professionals created the classes, which include Mind, Strength & Stretch and yoga and ...

  7. Tech Training For Teachers Extends Beyond Harrison

    Tech Training For Teachers Extends Beyond Harrison

    HARRISON, N.Y. -- The Lower Hudson Regional Information Center has rolled out a slate of professional development opportunities at Tuesday's Fall Kickoff event.These include an EDchat sessions for administrators, a STEAM Support Strand initiative, and a job-embedded professional development pilot for districts specifically located far from the center's base in Harrison.Model Schools ...

  8. Hudson Valley Man Pestered By Donald Trump Caller ID Mixup

    Hudson Valley Man Pestered By Donald Trump Caller ID Mixup

     It was amusing at first, then got "scary," said Poughkeepsie resident Richard Rhoades who up to two weeks ago when the problem was resolved, was pestered for two years from callers thinking he was Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.That is because the caller I.D. on his telephone land-line had the name of the Republican Presidential nominee, said Rhoades, 76, a ...

  9. Harrison Suspends Police Chief Anthony Marraccini

    Harrison Suspends Police Chief Anthony Marraccini

    HARRISON, N.Y. -- Harrison Police Chief Anthony Marraccini has been suspended, according to a report from lohud.com.The suspension is "with pay pending an internal investigation," said lohud.com.The suspension was confirmed by Town Attorney Frank Allegretti, who did not comment further or address what led to the disciplinary action, the lohud.com report said.Click here to read ...

  10. Artist Ray Spillinger Featured At Neuburger Museum

    Artist Ray Spillinger Featured At Neuburger Museum

    HARRISON, N.Y. -- Two years ago the son of late artist Ray Spillenger found hundreds of paintings and drawings in his father's  apartment on New York's lower east side.He contacted curator and art historian Theodore E. Stebbins, Jr., who went to see the stacks of work, that were in no apparent order, and most were in need of a cleaning.The discovery led to "A Call, a Visit, and ...

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