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  1. Grady Elementary Celebrates Honor Students During Ceremony In Elmsford

    Grady Elementary Celebrates Honor Students During Ceremony In Elmsford

    ELMSFORD, N.Y. -- Teachers, administrators, school board members, parents and Elmsford Mayor Robert Williams attended the National Elementary Honor Society annual induction ceremony on Wednesday, Feb. 15, at the Alice E. Grady Elementary School.Nine new members were inducted to the prestigious group. They included fifth-graders Sherif Abdelaziz, Mark Cajamarca, Yuriy Kryvoruchko, Lauren ...

  2. Legislators Pass Resolution Memorializing Fallen Chief From Westchester

    Legislators Pass Resolution Memorializing Fallen Chief From Westchester

    State Sen. George Latimer (D-Westchester) recently joined Assemblymember Shelley Mayer (D-Yonkers) and other colleagues in the state legislature to support a resolution “Memorializing the Life of Fallen Battalion Chief Michael J. Fahy."Fahy, a New York City Fire Department battalion chief, passed away on Sept. 27, 2016, following a building explosion in the Kingsbridge section of ...

  3. Westchester Farmer's Journey From Wall Street Explored In New Film

    Westchester Farmer's Journey From Wall Street Explored In New Film

    BEDFORD, N.Y. -- “The Bullish Farmer," a feature-length documentary about John “John Boy” Ubaldo, a successful Wall Street investment banker who abandons his career in the stock market to become a farmer, will have its world premiere on Saturday, March 4, at the prestigious Cinequest Film Festival in San Jose, Calif. The film received the coveted Kaiser Permanente Thrive Award at a ...

  4. Organ Donating In New York Now Open To 16-, 17-Year-Olds

    Organ Donating In New York Now Open To 16-, 17-Year-Olds

     Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo recently announced that legislation authorizing 16 and 17-year-olds to enroll in the New York State Donate Life Registry went into effect Tuesday, Feb. 14, coinciding with National Organ Donor Day. The new legislation enables this population to enroll in the Registry at the same time they first apply for a driver license, learner permit or non-driver ID, ...

  5. Westchester Farmer's Journey From Wall Street Explored In New Film

    Westchester Farmer's Journey From Wall Street Explored In New Film

    BEDFORD, N.Y. -- “The Bullish Farmer," a feature-length documentary about John “John Boy” Ubaldo, a successful Wall Street investment banker who abandons his career in the stock market to become a farmer, will have its world premiere on Saturday, March 4, at the prestigious Cinequest Film Festival in San Jose, Calif. The film received the coveted Kaiser Permanente Thrive Award at a ...

  6. Pocantico Hills Students Travel The World Via Geography Bee

    Pocantico Hills Students Travel The World Via Geography Bee

    POCANTICO HILLS, N.Y. -- Seventh-grader Faisal Saquib was crowned champion for the second year in a row at the National Geographic Bee held at Pocantico Hills School last month. Thousands of schools participate in the annual competition for students in grades 4 through 8, and for the last two years, Saquib beat out the nine other finalists. Christian Kirchmann, an eighth- grader, was ...

  7. Northern Westchester Hospital Joins Drive For Babies With Heart Problems

    Northern Westchester Hospital Joins Drive For Babies With Heart Problems

    Many community members and local hospitals have gotten involved in the “Little Hats, Big Hearts" campaign, organized by the American Heart Association (AHA), to help bring attention to congenital heart defects.The AHA, in connection with The Children's Heart Foundation, is offering the “Little Hats, Big Hearts” program for the second year in a row locally.Thousands of little red ...

  8. BOCES Culinary Student Chops, Cooks His Way To Food Network Crown

    BOCES Culinary Student Chops, Cooks His Way To Food Network Crown

    VALHALLA, N.Y. -- Dante Giannini, a 2006 graduate of the Southern Western BOCES Culinary Arts Program, was recently crowned champion of the latest season of “Chopped,” the Food Network’s cooking game show.Giannini, also an Eastchester High School graduate, claimed the $10,000 first prize last month when he went up against three other chefs from restaurants across the country.In each ...

  9. Pulitzer Prize-Winning Columnist Dave Barry Returns To Westchester

    Pulitzer Prize-Winning Columnist Dave Barry Returns To Westchester

    ARMONK, N.Y. -- Best-selling humorist and author Dave Barry will return to Westchester County this spring where he will speak before a live audience in his hometown of Armonk on Thursday, April 6, at the North Castle Public Library's Whippoorwill Hall, at 7:30 p.m.Tickets for the appearance, titled "Dave Barry: A Homecoming" go on sale Saturday, Feb. 25.Barry is a columnist ...

  10. Friends Of Karen Names Two New Board Members

    Friends Of Karen Names Two New Board Members

    NORTH SALEM, N.Y. -- Friends of Karen, a North Salem-based nonprofit organization that supports critically ill children and their families, has named Laura Salerno and Sara Colodner as the new members of its Board of Directors.Salerno is a communications and media relations strategist with nearly a decade of public relations experience. Prior to launching her own consulting practice in ...

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