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Tom Renner

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No one knows local sports quite like Tom Renner, The Daily Voice's Sports Editor. For 22 years, he covered the field for The Stamford Advocate. He's been in Fairfield County since 1987.

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  1. Single Family Home Sales Rise Slightly In Third Quarter In Westchester

    Single Family Home Sales Rise Slightly In Third Quarter In Westchester

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Single family home sales rose just over 2 percent in Westchester County compared to the third quarter in 2015, according to report released Tuesday from the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors.Westchester lagged behind other counties in the HGAR report, which also incorporates Putnam, Rockland and Orange. For the four-county region, sales rose 7 percent ...

  2. Briarcliff Manor Woman Builds Mobile Business For Fans Of Tans

    Briarcliff Manor Woman Builds Mobile Business For Fans Of Tans

    BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N.Y. – Danielle Della Pella knew she needed a career change. Newly divorced and realizing she wanted to make a switch, the Briarcliff Manor woman took a huge leap of faith.Della Pella started her luxury mobile organic tanning business, Glowing, two years ago. It has proven to be the perfect marriage of her communications, marketing and business skills and her passion ...

  3. Plant Late Season Perennials For Pollinators In Westchester

    Plant Late Season Perennials For Pollinators In Westchester

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- As fall approaches, many pollinators are still active. While some pollinators die off as the weather chills, others will overwinter, including mated queen bees and hibernating butterflies like Mourning Cloaks.  As these pollinators search for late forage resources, they often find very little nectar or pollen in our landscapes. Why not offer a late season ...

  4. Tarrytown Woman Uses Diverse Talents To Bring Community Together

    Tarrytown Woman Uses Diverse Talents To Bring Community Together

    TARRYTOWN, N.Y. -- Jenifer Ross’ career profile spins around like an unsteady compass needle. It’s hard to pinpoint exactly what the over-achieving Tarrytown woman does in her work, but the common thread throughout is bringing people, and the community, together.“I don’t fit into any one box,’’ Ross said. “I’ve worn a lot of hats here. I’ve come to love this area, and often say ...

  5. ESPN Analyst, Former NFL Star Joins Yonkers Sports Bar To Kick Off Season

    ESPN Analyst, Former NFL Star Joins Yonkers Sports Bar To Kick Off Season

    YONKERS, N.Y. -- Former Pittsburgh Steelers running back and ESPN analyst Merrill Hoge will visit Dan Rooney’s Sports Bar on Monday in Yonkers to help kick off the new NFL season.The Steelers kick off the season at 7 p.m. against Washington. A veteran of eight seasons in the NFL and longtime football commentator, Hoge will meet and greet fans at the popular sports bar. Hoge will pose ...

  6. Mount Pleasant Homeowners Reap Spring Rewards With Fall Planting

    Mount Pleasant Homeowners Reap Spring Rewards With Fall Planting

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Don’t let the hot and humid days of early September fool you – fall is just around the corner, and it’s a great time for planting.The warm days and cool nights of autumn provide optimal conditions for successful root development. While all plants need sufficient water after planting, the cooler temperatures and hopefully, more frequent rains, of September and ...

  7. Recreation Agency Rediscovers Green Thumb With Help Of Valhalla Eagle Scout

    Recreation Agency Rediscovers Green Thumb With Help Of Valhalla Eagle Scout

    HAWTHORNE, N.Y. -- Jonathan Pugni knew refurbishing a greenhouse for North East Westchester Special Recreation in Hawthorne would be a terrific project to acquire his Eagle Scout badge.Pugni, a Valhalla resident and a member of Hawthorne Troop 1, discovered the project required more effort than he originally thought. He is applying the finishing touches to the greenhouse before he ...

  8. Chappaqua Woman Turns To Acupuncture Career After Sticky Medical Ordeal

    Chappaqua Woman Turns To Acupuncture Career After Sticky Medical Ordeal

    CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- Pain seared through Chappaqua's Toni King during her freelance artist career. She found relief in acupuncture, became credentialed and now owns a thriving practice.The path from freelance artist to respected Acupuncturist was a twisted one. King needed to find relief because pain hampered her work. “My right illiosacral joint was injured,’’ said King, who owns Spotted ...

  9. Petition Supporting Fired Greeley Basketball Coach Nears 500 Signatures

    Petition Supporting Fired Greeley Basketball Coach Nears 500 Signatures

    CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- An online petition to reinstate Dave Fernandes as the head coach of the Horace Greeley High School varsity boys basketball team in Chappaqua has reached nearly 500 signatures.In a meeting with with athletic director Pete Kuczma, Fernandes, a Dutchess resident, was told the school wanted to go in a “different direction.” Fernandes, the head custodian at the school, has ...

  10. Armonk Firefighter Recalls 60 Years Of Service To Town

    Armonk Firefighter Recalls 60 Years Of Service To Town

    ARMONK, N.Y. -- During his 60 years as a volunteer member of the Armonk Fire Department, Mitch Sime fought some of the biggest blazes in the town’s history.As a long-time town resident, the emotional damage from those fires still hurt the 82-year-old firefighter. He recalls fires at a lumber yard, the town center and super-sized homes where families lost everything they owned. Sime has ...

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