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  1. Area Representatives Picked For Miss NY, Miss NY Teen Pageants

    Area Representatives Picked For Miss NY, Miss NY Teen Pageants

    Four young women who will represent Westchester and the Hudson Valley Region at the 2016 Miss New York USA and Miss New York Teen USA pageants have been crowned. The 2016 titleholders are: Morgan Modugno, 26, of White Plains (Miss Westchester); Michelle Leon, 18, of Yonkers (Miss Westchester Teen); Dana Wachter, 25, of Nesconset (Miss Hudson Valley); and Perpetua Smith, 18, of New Paltz ...

  2. Greeley HS Student Charged With Sexual Abuse

    Greeley HS Student Charged With Sexual Abuse

    CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- A 16-year-old student at Horace Greeley High School is accused of sexually abusing a 7-year-old child, reported News 12.The Chappaqua resident, who is being accused of placing the hand of the boy inside the defendant's pants, is being charged as an adult, but his name will be withheld, according to News 12. This is the second child sex abuse incident involving the ...

  3. Processed Meat, Including Bacon, Causes Cancer, New Report Says

    Processed Meat, Including Bacon, Causes Cancer, New Report Says

    All-American favorites such as hot dogs, bacon and sausage may cause cancer, according to The World Health Organization. Scientists have reviewed the evidence and conclude that eating these meats regularly increases the risk of colorectal cancer. They have also categorized processed and red meat in the same category as tobacco and asbestos, reported NPR. "Red meat has nutritional ...

  4. Angelina Jolie's Childhood Home Lists for $2M

    Angelina Jolie's Childhood Home Lists for $2M

    ORANGETOWN, N.Y. -- The childhood home of Angelina Jolie, in Snedens Landing in Orangetown in Rockland County is listed at $2.049 million. Jolie lived in 4,000 square-foot home on 2-acres and attending the local elementary school there when she lived there with her mother and brother in the 80s, after her mother's divorce from Jon Voight, according to The Wall Street Journal. The family ...

  5. Whole Foods Recalls Chicken, Pasta Salads

    Whole Foods Recalls Chicken, Pasta Salads

    Whole Foods Market is recalling bulk and packaged Curry Chicken Salad and Classic Deli Pasta Salad sold in stores in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut as well as Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Maine due to the potential of listeria, according to the FDA.The salads were sold prepackaged, in salad bars, in store's chef's cases and in sandwiches and wraps prepared in the stores. The ...

  6. Raynette Turner Died Of Natural Causes In Jail Cell, Autopsy Reveals

    Raynette Turner Died Of Natural Causes In Jail Cell, Autopsy Reveals

    MOUNT VERNON, N.Y. -- An autopsy revealed that the 42-year-old mother of eight, who died in her Mount Vernon jail cell, died from natural causes, reported News 12. According to the Westchester County Medical Examiner’s Office, Raynette Turner had an enlarged heart and was a frequent drug user. Click here to read the full article. 

  7. Soaring Home Sales Tops Last Week's News From Around Northern Westchester

    Soaring Home Sales Tops Last Week's News From Around Northern Westchester

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at the top stories last week from around Northern Westchester County. Single family home sales rose 5.7 percent in Westchester County compared to the third quarter last year. IBM announced it has entered into an agreement to acquire Cleversafe Inc., a leading developer and manufacturer of object-based storage software and appliances.Cortlandt ...

  8. Playboy Will No Longer Publish Nude Photos

    Playboy Will No Longer Publish Nude Photos

    Playboy will no longer be publishing pictures of nude women after its February issue hits the stands, Playbook has announced.When Hugh Hefner published the first issue in 1953, his goal was to liberate sexual freedom during a time when the country was much more conservative. Last year, Playboy.com was relaunched as a safe-for-work website, with articles, videos, and picture of clothed ...

  9. 'Arthur' Author Awes Briarcliff's Todd Elementary Students

    'Arthur' Author Awes Briarcliff's Todd Elementary Students

    BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N.Y. -- Marc Brown, known for his “Arthur” series, visited Briarcliff Manor’s Todd Elementary School and treated students to the ideas behind the series. Second-grade students prepared for Brown’s visit by reading “Arthur Turns Green,” after which they discussed and wrote problems and solutions presented in the story. They were joined by their kindergarten and ...

  10. Boys Scouts Of Westchester Aim To Draw More Hispanic Members

    Boys Scouts Of Westchester Aim To Draw More Hispanic Members

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- County Executive ‪‎Rob Astorino‬ on Friday congratulated the Boy Scouts of America on the organization's new initiative to enroll more ‪Hispanic‬ ‪‎youth‬ into the program. "The Boy Scouts provide youth with opportunities they never thought were available to them. It teaches them the importance of helping others, it builds self-confidence and it develops ...

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