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Aimee Nichols

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Berger Hardware in Hawthorne, NY is owned and operated by a brother and sister team; Chris Rubeo & Aimee Nichols. The store was purchased from the Berger Family in 2004. Berger Hardware is famous for its unmatched customer service and huge selection of quality merchandise. Berger's has been recognized by the readers of Westchester Magazine as the "Best Hardware Store of the Century," and also received the Best Hardware Store in Town title from True Value, a nationwide competition. Chris and Aimee are both life long residents of the Town of Mt. Pleasant. Chris is a graduate of Westlake High School and Westchester Community College, with a degree in Business. He is very involved with the Thornwood Lion's Club and the Westchester Cornell's Cooperative. He resides in Thornwood with his wife Lauren and their 2 children. Aimee is also a graduate of Westlake High School and Pace University, with a degree in Biology. She is involved with the Thornwood-Hawthorne Chamber of Commerce and also serves on the Board of Directors for the Valhalla Ambulance Corps. Aimee resides in Valhalla with her husband J.T. and their 3 children.

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  1. Mount Pleasant Residents Hold School Vote Rally, Support Write-In Candidate

    Mount Pleasant Residents Hold School Vote Rally, Support Write-In Candidate

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- More than 250 "Friends of Mount Pleasant" held a rally in Thornwood on Sunday to publicize three open school board seats -- along with their support for the school district's 2015-16 budget. Tuesday's election at Westlake High School Gym includes the first known "write-in campaign" for a Mount Pleasant Board of Education seat. The fifth and newest candidate, ...

  2. Transformer Fire At Indian Point Poses No Danger To Public, Say Officials

    Transformer Fire At Indian Point Poses No Danger To Public, Say Officials

    This story has been updated. BUCHANAN, N.Y. -- The Indian Point Unit 3 Energy Center in Buchanan was shut down safely after a transformer failure occurred at approximately 6 p.m. Saturday outside of the nuclear side of the plant, Entergy said in a press release. "Unit 3 safely and automatically shut down as designed following a failure of one of two main electrical transformers at the ...

  3. Mount Pleasant Education Foundation Holds Dinner Dance

    Mount Pleasant Education Foundation Holds Dinner Dance

    MOUNT PLEASANT, N.Y. -- The Mount Pleasant Education Foundation held its 18th annual dinner dance at The Stone Manor at 101 on April 24. Over 180 people attended. The theme was “A Celebration of the Visual and Performing Arts,” featuring art and other productions from local students. Artworks created by Hawthorne Elementary School, Columbus Elementary School, Westlake Middle School ...

  4. Large Brush Fire Contained In Armonk

    Large Brush Fire Contained In Armonk

    This story has been updated. ARMONK, N.Y. -- Firefighters battled a large brush fire in the area of Rye Lake Bridge in Armonk on Thursday that resulted in the closure of Route between Old Orchard Street and Route 120 (King Street) through the evening. After being able to establish multiple water sources, the fire, reported around 6:15 p.m., was contained at its perimeter by 7:45 ...

  5. Letter: Hawthorne Principal Announces Retirement

    Letter: Hawthorne Principal Announces Retirement

    MOUNT PLEASANT, N.Y. -- The Mount Pleasant Daily Voice accepts signed letters to the editor. Please send letters to mountpleasant@dailyvoice.com. Dear Parents and Guardians, I would like to take this opportunity to inform you that Hawthorne Elementary School Principal Jerry Schulman has announced his retirement from the Mount Pleasant Central School District on Aug. 1 of this ...

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