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  1. Student Hit By Car Walking To Edgemont High School

    Student Hit By Car Walking To Edgemont High School

    EDGEMONT, N.Y. -- An Edgemont High School student was struck by a motor vehicle on Monday while walking to school, according to Greenburgh police."Fortunately, the injuries were not serious," Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner said. "I have asked the police department to review what happened and to consider safety improvements at this and other locations." Greenburgh ...

  2. Greenburgh Supervisor Thinks Gigabit Westchester Should Include Towns, Too

    Greenburgh Supervisor Thinks Gigabit Westchester Should Include Towns, Too

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- While four cities were showcased during a news conference Thursday announcing a new smart high-technology growth initiative with the Westchester County Association, the $750 million project ultimately will benefit all county residents, a WCA official said on Tuesday.Joan McDonald, strategic advisor for The Blueprint for Smart Growth, said, "We think the good ...

  3. Greenburgh Approves First Comprehensive Plan

    Greenburgh Approves First Comprehensive Plan

    GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- The Greenburgh Town Board adopted its first Comprehensive Plan at a recent meeting.The action follows an environmental review process and is based on a recommendation of consultant Ferrandino & Associates Inc., which determined the plan would not have negative environmental impacts, according to a release.Councilman Francis Sheehan and the Comprehensive Plan ...

  4. Letter: Should Greenburgh Pedestrians Wear Reflective Clothing?

    Letter: Should Greenburgh Pedestrians Wear Reflective Clothing?

    GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- The Greenburgh Daily Voice accepts signed and original letters to the editor up to 350 words. To submit your letter, email greenburgh@dailyvoice.com. To the editor:Almost every night, when I'm driving around town, I see pedestrians walking or jogging wearing very dark clothes. It's difficult to see them -- especially if they are crossing the street at the same time ...

  5. Annual Veterans Barbecue In Ardsley, Rain Or Shine

    Annual Veterans Barbecue In Ardsley, Rain Or Shine

    GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- An annual barbecue for local veterans is set for 5 p.m. Thursday Sept. 29 at Anthony F. Veteran Town Park in Ardsley.Several hundred veterans are expected to attend today's event which runs from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., rain or shine. A.F. Veteran Park is located at  at 11 Olympic Lane and Heatherdell Road "If you are a veteran, you’re invited to join a few hundred ...

  6. Greenburgh OKs Site Plan For Bigger Trader Joe's

    Greenburgh OKs Site Plan For Bigger Trader Joe's

    GREENBURGH, N.Y. – Greenburgh is going to get a bigger Trader Joe’s, says Supervisor Paul Feiner.The Town Board, which was considering an application by Hampshire Management, Tuesday voted to approve an amended site plan that would allow developers to expand the supermarket by 4,000 square feet.Trader Joe’s is in the Westchester Square shopping center on Central Park Avenue in the ...

  7. Letter To The Editor: Networking Group For College Graduates Forming

    Letter To The Editor: Networking Group For College Graduates Forming

    GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- The Greenburgh Daily Voice accepts signed and original letters to the editor up to 350 words. To submit your letter, email greenburgh@dailyvoice.com.During the summer I had the chance to chat with some recent college graduates who still can’t find work. It’s frustrating to have a degree from a two year or four year college, to have spent tens of thousands of dollars ...

  8. Elmsford-Based Food Bank For Westchester Losing Effervescent, Fruitful CEO

    Elmsford-Based Food Bank For Westchester Losing Effervescent, Fruitful CEO

    You may have seen her chasing wild turkeys or wearing a hatful of fruit, but most people who've met Ellen Lynch remember her for her abundant energy and wide smile.Lynch, president and chief executive officer at the Food Bank For Westchester, is stepping down next spring after turning the non-profit organization into an overwhelming success. When she wasn't spearheading local food ...

  9. Southern Westchester BOCES Take On Restoration Of 9/11 Mural

    Southern Westchester BOCES Take On Restoration Of 9/11 Mural

    GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- A 9/11 mural created by Westchester County artists will be restored and maintained thanks to an initiative with Southern Westchester BOCES/Center for Career Services. The large mural with over 1,500 individually handpainted tiles was constructed at Richard Presser Park on Central Avenue (Webb Field), but hasn't held up, likely due to changing weather conditions. The ...

  10. Greenburgh Residents Share Memories Of 9-11 Victims In Separate Ceremonies

    Greenburgh Residents Share Memories Of 9-11 Victims In Separate Ceremonies

    As the 15th anniversary of the terrorist attack on New York City nears, a number of communities plan ceremonies to remember area residents killed on Sept. 11, 2001.In addition to Westchester County's ceremony at Kensico Dam in Valhalla at 7 p.m. on Sept. 11, these other local memorials are planned:-- The Town of Cortlandt and villages of Buchanan and Croton-on-Hudson will hold a 2 p:m. ...

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