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Sandra Diamond Fox

Community Reporter

Sandra Diamond Fox has been a journalist since 2005, working for The News-Times and The Redding Pilot prior to coming to the Daily Voice. She has a bachelor's degree in English from Stony Brook University and a Master's degree in publishing from Pace University. She married with four teenage children and is a competitive runner and avid exerciser.

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  1. Mount Pleasant Swears In Town Officials

    Mount Pleasant Swears In Town Officials

    MOUNT PLEASANT, N.Y. -- The Town of Mount Pleasant held its inauguration ceremony on Sunday at Mount Pleasant Town Hall in Valhalla. Town Supervisor Carl Fulgenzi, Councilmen Mark Rubeo and Nick DiPaolo, Town Justice Robert Ponzini, Superintendent of Highways Peter Sciliano, and Town Clerk Patricia Brennan Scova took their oaths and began their new terms. 

  2. Westlake High Students Grant Girl In Need Her Wish, Make Cards

    Westlake High Students Grant Girl In Need Her Wish, Make Cards

    THORNWOOD, N.Y. -- Nearly 50 students from Westlake High School in Thornwood, members of the school's service and art clubs, spent an afternoon creating handmade cards for an 8-year-old girl named Safyre. Safyre lives in Upstate New York and lost her parents and three siblings in a house fire two years ago. She sustained severe, disfiguring burns over 70 percent of her body. This ...

  3. NY State's Anti-Retaliation Unit Secures $68K For Wage Theft Victims

    NY State's Anti-Retaliation Unit Secures $68K For Wage Theft Victims

    Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that New York state's newly created Anti-Retaliation Unit has secured the immediate reinstatement and over $68,000 in restitution payments for two victims of wage theft, according to an article on governor.ny.gov. The workers were fired by their employer, Pinnacle Holdings, after the state Department of Labor sent notice of its determination against the ...

  4. Letter: Quality A Priority, Says Child Care Council Of Westchester Director

    Letter: Quality A Priority, Says Child Care Council Of Westchester Director

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Daily Voice accepts signed and original letters to the editor. Child Care Council of Westchester’s Executive Director Kathy Halas made the following statement following the Board of Legislators passage of the 2016 Westchester County Budget, which County Executive Rob Astorino is expected to sign: To the Editor:The Child Care Council of Westchester is ...

  5. Westchester Leaders Celebrate Hanukkah, Learn About UJA-Federation Of NY

    Westchester Leaders Celebrate Hanukkah, Learn About UJA-Federation Of NY

    HARRISON, N.Y. -- More than 100 business and professional leaders from around Westchester County came together in Harrison to celebrate the Hanukkah holiday and learn about the work of UJA-Federation of New York. Working with nearly 100 beneficiary agencies, synagogues and other Jewish organizations, UJA-Federation is the world’s largest local philanthropy, with a reach spanning from ...

  6. Westchester County Gains Grant To Ease Transition From Foster Care

    Westchester County Gains Grant To Ease Transition From Foster Care

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- County Executive Rob Astorino has announced that Westchester County was recently awarded a $2 million federal grant to help prevent homelessness and promote independence for young adults when they leave the county's foster care system, according to a story on westchestergov.com.Each year, about 75 young adults age out of foster care. According to Astorino, ...

  7. Longtime Valhalla Principal Will Retire At End Of School Year

    Longtime Valhalla Principal Will Retire At End Of School Year

    VALHALLA, N.Y. -- After 23 years of service to the Valhalla Union Free School District, longtime Principal Ada Jimenez-Parker has decided to retire at the end of June. "I know this was a difficult decision for her," said Valhalla Superintendent Brenda Myers. "She loves Virginia Road and she has worked endlessly to make our K-2 program a shining star among public schools ...

  8. Columbus Elementary School In Thornwood Collects Toys For Kids In Need

    Columbus Elementary School In Thornwood Collects Toys For Kids In Need

    THORNWOOD, N.Y. -- Students, their families and school staff from Columbus Elementary School in Thornwood held a toy drive this month that yielded close to 150 toys, games and crafts for boys and girls who would otherwise have few or no Christmas gifts. The school teamed up with Ossining Children’s Center, a day care for underprivileged children ages birth to12. Children’s center ...

  9. A&P Sues Companies After Sales For Two Westchester Stores Fall Through

    A&P Sues Companies After Sales For Two Westchester Stores Fall Through

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- A&P is seeking damages from two would-be buyers of former A&P supermarkets in Westchester County who now don't want to go through with their deals, according to reports.The bankrupt grocery chain, which is liquidating its assets, filed an adversary complaint against Millwood Merchant, LLC, a company owned by Jamie Luna, last week, according to this ...

  10. JCC In Tarrytown Collects Toys For Blythedale Hospital In Valhalla

    JCC In Tarrytown Collects Toys For Blythedale Hospital In Valhalla

    TARRYTOWN, N.Y. -- Families from the JCC on the Hudson In Tarrytown collected holiday toys for the children at Blythedale Children's Hospital in Valhalla.The kids wrapped the presents with paper they designed, ribbons and lots of colored tape. Some of the children wrote "Feel Better" on the homemade gift wrap. The JCC on the Hudson is a gathering place that offers social, ...

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