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  1. BOCES Honors Nursing Program Graduates

    BOCES Honors Nursing Program Graduates

    YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N.Y. -- “There’s something particularly special about our adult students,” is how James Langlois opened the ceremony for the 2016 graduation of BOCES’ licensed practical nursing program. He would go on to describe how the students have to not only focus on their school work but on their home lives as well considering many of them have jobs and even families that need ...

  2. BOCES Names New Superintendent

    BOCES Names New Superintendent

    YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- Dr. James M. Ryan, former superintendent of Carmel Central School District, has been appointed superintendent of Putnam Northern Westchester BOCES, replacing Dr. James T. Langlois who retires on June 30. “We are very excited to welcome Dr. Ryan to the BOCES family,” said Richard Kreps, president of the BOCES Board of Education. “I know Dr. Ryan from his term in Carmel ...

  3. Several Varieties Of Combos Snacks Recalled

    Several Varieties Of Combos Snacks Recalled

    Mars Chocolate North America announced a voluntary recall of certain varieties and limited dates of production of Combos Cheddar Cheese Pretzel, Combos Cheddar Cheese Cracker, Combos Pizzeria Pretzel, Combos Sweet and Salty Caramel Pretzel, Combos Pepperoni Cracker, Combos Buffalo Pretzel, according to a U.S. Food and Drug Administration release.While those who have an allergy or severe ...

  4. Worker At Valhalla Health-Care Facility Named Professional Of The Year

    Worker At Valhalla Health-Care Facility Named Professional Of The Year

    VALHALLA, N.Y. — Mount Vernon resident Angela Tucker of The Grove at Valhalla Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Valhalla has been named 2016 Professional of the Year by health-care company CareRite Centers.Held in observance of National Nursing Home Week to recognize the hard work and dedication of staff throughout CareRite Centers’ network, nominations for CareRite Centers’ ...

  5. New York Schools Spend 87 Percent Above United States Average

    New York Schools Spend 87 Percent Above United States Average

    More money is spent per pupil on education in New York than in any other state in the country. New York spent $20,610 per student-the most on education per pupil-in 2014 the census bureau reported, according to lohud.com.New York has held this distinction for many years and is spending $24.8 billion on 700 school districts this fiscal year, which is a 6.5 percent increase from 2013, ...

  6. Mount Pleasant Residential Centers Raise Security

    Mount Pleasant Residential Centers Raise Security

    MOUNT PLEASANT, N.Y. -- Civic leaders in Mount Pleasant told residents that they have seen positive results from increased security at two schools and treatment centers in town, according to lohud.com.Stemming from a May meeting with concerned locals, the Office of Child and Family Services is conducting unannounced visits at Pleasantville Cottage School and Hawthorne Cedar Knolls, ...

  7. Alvin Is SPCA Pet Of The Week

    Alvin Is SPCA Pet Of The Week

    BRIARCLIFF, N.Y. -- Alvin, a young Lab/Shepherd mix that was rescued as a puppy from a high kill shelter just passed his C.L.A.S.S. B.A. test, and is SPCA pet of the week.C.L.A.S.S. stands for Canine Life and Social Skills, and by earning his B.A., Alvin has shown that he's mastered things like meet and greets, loose leash walking, stay, settle, leave it, and more. In other words, he's ...

  8. Westlake Holds Underclassmen Awards Ceremony

    Westlake Holds Underclassmen Awards Ceremony

    MOUNT PLEASANT, N.Y. -- Westlake High School held its annual Underclassmen Awards on May 31 in the school auditorium. Underclassmen Awards Night is a tradition at the high school and recognizes the hard work and volunteerism of students in grades nine to 11. For each grade level subject, one student is chosen for his or her outstanding achievement and one for outstanding effort, ...

  9. Alzheimer's Advocacy Training Offered In Westchester

    Alzheimer's Advocacy Training Offered In Westchester

    HARRISON, N.Y. -- The Alzheimer’s Association is offering support for people who want to share their stories about living with the disease with their lawmakers while lobbying for related legislation. For those who want to become advocates but are not  sure where to start, training is  planned around the Hudson Valley with Debbie Warburton, director of government relations for the ...

  10. Mother Of Edgemont's Lauren Spierer Still Hopes For, Seeks Justice

    Mother Of Edgemont's Lauren Spierer Still Hopes For, Seeks Justice

    EDGEMONT, N.Y. -- Lauren Spierer's mother, Charlene, still believes justice will be served for her daughter five years after the Edgemont High School graduate disappeared, according to lohud.com.The 20-year-old Edgemont native had just finished her sophomore year at Indiana University when she went missing. Charlene Spierer said she and her family are thankful for investigators' ...

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