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  1. Scarsdale Police Participate in Autism Awareness Patch Challenge

    Scarsdale Police Participate in Autism Awareness Patch Challenge

    SCARSDALE, N.Y. -- The Scarsdale Police Department, along with the Scarsdale P.B.A., will take part in the Autism Awareness Patch Challenge during the month of April. The local program, initiated by officers of the New Rochelle Police Department, is designed to raise public awareness about autism and to support public safety’s response when dealing with those with special needs, ...

  2. Greenburgh Nature Center Plans Annual Egg Hunt

    Greenburgh Nature Center Plans Annual Egg Hunt

    GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- The Greenburgh Nature Center will throw its Great Green Egg-travaganza on Sunday, April 9.The Greenburgh Nature Center is a leading environmental education and conservation center in Westchester, and this annual event includes the area’s only green-themed, sustainable egg hunt, according to a release from GNC. The event attracts nearly 1,500 attendees each year, the ...

  3. Westchester Jewish Council Recognizes Outstanding Volunteers

    Westchester Jewish Council Recognizes Outstanding Volunteers

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- The Westchester Jewish Council (WJC) honored 19 outstanding community volunteers and UJA-Federation of New York at the 2017 Julian Y. Bernstein Distinguished Service Awards (JYBDSA) Ceremony on Wednesday, March 15, at Temple Israel Center of White Plains. The event attracted more than 250 attendees.The 2017 recipients and their nominating organizations are as ...

  4. Monsters, Monstrosities Explored at Manhattanville College's Film Festival

    Monsters, Monstrosities Explored at Manhattanville College's Film Festival

    PURCHASE, N.Y. -- Manhattanville College's 2017 International Film Festival, scheduled for this month and April, will examine "Monsters and Monstrosities" through a series of foreign monster films.“Through foreign films, we can travel into worlds other than our own," said Nimish Adhia, assistant professor of economics. "This year’s festival theme ‘Monsters and ...

  5. News Publisher Performs One-Man Show In Tarrytown For Hope's Door

    News Publisher Performs One-Man Show In Tarrytown For Hope's Door

    TARRYTOWN, N.Y. --  River Journal publisher Robert Bonvento will perform his one-man show, "Aging - A Bad Rap," for one performance only on Sunday, March 26, at the Tarrytown Music Hall. Proceeds from this benefit performance will go to Hope's Door, a nonprofit organization based in Pleasantville, whose motto is Embracing Life Free From Domestic Abuse.“Aging – a Bad ...

  6. Valhalla Native Sings For Pope Francis

    Valhalla Native Sings For Pope Francis

    VALHALLA, N.Y. --  Several Stonehill College students, including Valhalla native Peter Giannini, sang for Pope Francis as part of the Stonehill Chapel Choir's seven-day pilgrimage to Italy.The honor of singing for the Pope came as part of a weeklong pilgrimage to Italy for 32 Stonehill students, three alumni, three college staff, and 17 family members.In addition to the performance for ...

  7. Legislation Introduced Requiring Telemarketers To Disclose Recordings

    Legislation Introduced Requiring Telemarketers To Disclose Recordings

    DUTCHESS COUNTY, N.Y. -- State Sen. David J. Valesky (D-Oneida) and Assemblymember Shelley B. Mayer (D-Yonkers) recently introduced a new bill (S-4361/A-6424) which would require telemarketers to disclose that the phone call is being recorded at the start of the call. In addition to the existing law requiring that telemarketers communicate their name, the person on whose behalf the ...

  8. Students Build Mobile Apps That Aid Westchester Seniors

    Students Build Mobile Apps That Aid Westchester Seniors

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Students at Westchester Community College recently created an app to help families stay connected to their elderly loved ones who are with caregivers--and to keep track of important things such as what medications were taken, what meals were eaten and what kind of pain they may have experienced.“We conducted focus groups and wanted to come up with a way to ...

  9. Astorino Unveils Westchester's African American History, Heritage  Guide

    Astorino Unveils Westchester's African American History, Heritage Guide

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Westchester County Executive Robert P. Astorino last month joined Barbara Edwards, Esq., Chair of the Westchester County African American Advisory Board at the Jay Heritage Center in Rye, to unveil the new Westchester County Guide to African American History and Heritage and to announce this year’s Trailblazer Award winners.The event was held in recognition ...

  10. Sens. Carlucci, Klein Support Raising The Age At Ossining Roundtable

    Sens. Carlucci, Klein Support Raising The Age At Ossining Roundtable

    OSSINING, N.Y. --  Sens. David Carlucci (D-Rockland/Westchester) and Jeff Klein (D-Bronx/Westchester) recently held a roundtable discussion in Ossining on the push to craft legislation that would raise the age of criminal responsibility from 16 to 18.The roundtable was keynoted by the Honorable Jonathan Lippman, former Chief Judge of the New York State Court of Appeals who has been an ...

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