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  1. Harrison Central School District Hires New Director Of Athletics

    Harrison Central School District Hires New Director Of Athletics

    HARRISON, N. Y. -- Harrison Central School District's new director of physical education, health and athletics is bringing years of experience as a New York City gym teacher, coach and athletic director to Harrison schools.Chris Galano, who served as athletic director at Stuyvesant High School in New York City for three years, started Thursday in Harrison. School district officials ...

  2. Harrison High Band To Open For Joan Jett At Capitol Theatre

    Harrison High Band To Open For Joan Jett At Capitol Theatre

    HARRISON, N.Y. -- The award-winning Harrison High School marching band has several unique performances this month, starting with opening for Joan Jett this Saturday then playing at Yankee Stadium a week later.The Saturday performance is part of a fundraising event at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester. The band opens for Joan Jett and the Blackhearts for The Really Big Show, a variety ...

  3. Norman Brokaw, 89, Larchmont Native, Agent For Marilyn Monroe, Others

    Norman Brokaw, 89, Larchmont Native, Agent For Marilyn Monroe, Others

    Norman Brokaw, a native of Manhattan and Larchmont and well-known longtime William Morris agent who took credit for introducing Marilyn Monroe to baseball legend Joe DiMaggio, died Saturday in California from complications of pneumonia, according to multiple sources. He was 89. Brokaw, born on April 21, 1927, in Manhattan to Jewish immigrants from Russia, started out as a mail clerk to ...

  4. Rye Country Day School's Film On Cyberbullying A National Finalist

    Rye Country Day School's Film On Cyberbullying A National Finalist

    RYE, N. Y. -- Student filmmakers at Rye Country Day School are back from a trip to New York City where they worked on their eight-minute film about cyberbullying that is a finalist in a national competition, the Cyberbullying Film Invitational organized by AT&T and other organizations.The student film, "Exposure," is featured on a page of dozens of other eight-minute films ...

  5. Red Ribbon Bowl Honors Manhattanville Drunk-Driving Victim

    Red Ribbon Bowl Honors Manhattanville Drunk-Driving Victim

    MONTROSE, N. Y. -- As schools nationwide recognize Red Ribbon Week as a reminder to avoid drugs and alcohol, students at Hendrick Hudson High School in Montrose plan to have someone special in mind.When the high school hosts the Red Ribbon Bowl football game Thursday, donations will be collected for the family of Robby Schartner, 21. Schartner, a Rye native and a lacrosse player at ...

  6. Take Leap For Special Olympics In Westchester Polar Plunge

    Take Leap For Special Olympics In Westchester Polar Plunge

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N. Y. -- Special Olympics New York is looking for brave souls willing to take a leap of faith into Long Island Sound for the 8th annual Westchester Polar Plunge.This year's event, named Freezin' for a Reason, takes place Nov. 12 at Glen Island Park in New Rochelle. Organizers are hoping to surpass the $99,000 goal for the event.Last year, more than 600 people took ...

  7. Curtis Roosevelt, FDR's Oldest Grandson, 86

    Curtis Roosevelt, FDR's Oldest Grandson, 86

    Curtis Roosevelt, President Franklin D. Roosevelt's grandson who worked to ensure his grandmother's legacy through the Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site in Hyde Park, died Sept. 26 in France of an apparent heart attack. He was 86.Born Curtis Roosevelt Dall in Manhattan on April 19, 1930, he was the son of Curtis Bean Dall and Anna, the only daughter of Franklin and Eleanor ...

  8. Officials Question Cashless Tolls As NY State Thruway Losses Mount

    Officials Question Cashless Tolls As NY State Thruway Losses Mount

    The New York State Thruway's toll system at Exit 17 in Newburgh made the list of problem areas in the agency's increase in uncollected tolls over the last five years, according to the Poughkeepsie Journal.The problem is leading some officials to question the move to a cashless system that some fear with bring about even more loss to the 570-mile thruway system. Just from 2013-14, loss ...

  9. Showtime's 'Billions' Filming In White Plains

    Showtime's 'Billions' Filming In White Plains

    WHITE PLAINS, N. Y. -- Actors and crew in the Showtime series "Billions" are getting better acquainted with the Hudson Valley area as it returns for filming in several sites including White Plains and Orangeburg, according to lohud.com.New season shows start in February. The fictional drama is based outside New York City, so there have been plenty of references to local ...

  10. Taste Of Rye Event Supports Local Domestic Violence Center

    Taste Of Rye Event Supports Local Domestic Violence Center

    RYE, N. Y. -- Tickets are now on sale for the third annual restaurant crawl, A Taste of Rye, on Sept. 24 that features visits to several local establishments, and benefits My Sisters' Place, a White Plains-based organization trying to end domestic violence and human trafficking.Hosted by Julia B. Fee/Sotheby's International Realty of Rye, the event goes from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Sept. ...

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