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Members' work, dedication create improved meeting place in Sidney

Ryan Laqua, trustee chairperson of the Elks Lodge in Sidney, jokes that newspaper readers could always tell when a photo was taken at the Elks Lodge because of the decades-old wallpaper in the facility's banquet room. That, and a lot more, has changed at the Elks. An extensive remodeling job, spearh

SIDNEY HERALD - 2017-10-17 21:03:00

Local elementary students learn to 'fly'

When Steve Thomas of the "Try Something New" and "Stick Jumping" programs said during an assembly at Central Elementary School on Friday afternoon that students were actually going to learn how to fly, the response from the fourth and fifth graders included a little bit of shock. The word "What?" co

SIDNEY HERALD - 2017-10-17 21:03:00

County keeps working on dump problem

The Richland County commissioners are continuing to figure out ways to control problems at canister sites in the county. Recently, the property owner of the canister site in Savage explained the increased number of prohibited materials at the locations. "It's probably one of our greatest thorns righ

SIDNEY HERALD - 2017-10-17 21:03:00

6 great things to do this weekend, Oct. 20-22

Sip wine from all over the globe and sample chocolates, cheeses, sweets and a variety of other treats at Westchester Wine and Chocolate Festival on Saturday. The event features wineries offering wines at great prices as well as distilleries, cideries and an array of mini boutiques with purses, jewel

LOHUD.COM - 2017-10-17 16:01:08

Ossining Man Accused Of Stealing From Macy's: Police

OSSINING, NY - A Jefferson Valley Mall Macy's employee was accused of stealing from the retailer. Yorktown police said Latierre O. Valentine, 30, of Snowden Avenue in Ossining, was charged with fourth-degree grand larceny, a felony. On Oct. 16, police received a call from Macy's staff reporting that

PATCH - 2017-10-17 18:58:41

Medical leasing drives strong third quarter for Westchester office market

Medical leasing helped propel the Westchester County office market to what analysts described as a strong third quarter overall, building on steady growth in the first half of the year. Westchester's office market recorded 535,813 square feet of total leasing activity during the third quarter, up fr

WESTFAIRONLINE.COM - 2017-10-17 15:51:10

Oct. 17: Girls swimming roundup

OCIAA Middletown 84, Warwick 102 200-yard medley relay: Warwick (Mohyla, Brockunier, Finucane, Davis) 2:06.96; 200 freestyle: Katie Lynch (M) 2:13.93; 200 IM: Aislinn Mohyla (W) 2:30.11; 50 free: Emma Davis (W) 27.00; 1-meter diving: Amanda McGraw (W) 243.25 points; 100 butterfly: Andrea Borrero (M)

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2017-10-18 01:23:28

Metro-North to make Upper Harlem Line improvements

NEW YORK - MTA Metro-North Railroad crews will perform critical work between Wassaic and the Town of Southeast this weekend. Crews are renewing the Cornwall Hill Road grade crossing in Patterson, placing the crossing surface, rails and ties. Elsewhere along the tracks, crews will cut brush and weld

MID-HUDSON NEWS NETWORK - 2017-10-18 07:00:00

Soros, Dalio richest men in Westchester and Fairfield Counties: Forbes

George Soros and Ray Dalio were the top area earners on Forbes' list of the 400 wealthiest people in the United States. Soros led all comers in Westchester County; the Katonah resident placed 20th overall with $23 billion. He was followed by David Siegel of Two Sigma Investments (Scarsdale, $4.9 bil

WESTFAIRONLINE.COM - 2017-10-18 13:05:11

Prison used inmate as bait to catch perv, then punished her: lawsuit

Prison officials used a female inmate as "bait" to nab a randy corrections officer - and then lashed out at her for refusing to testify in the probe, a new lawsuit charges. Prisoner Yekatrina Pusepa, in a 60-page federal document, claims state corrections officials threw her to the wolves once whe

NY DAILY NEWS - 2017-10-17 22:26:24

Legal dispute over contract puts proposed Ossining food hall on hold

OSSINING - Plans for a food hall in a prominent location - a historic former bank where Main Street and Route 9 meet - are on hold amid a court dispute. Corinthian Group LLC - last year named the buyer of the long-vacant, iconic 200 Main St. building - is suing the village, including for breach of

LOHUD.COM - 2017-10-17 19:34:07

Barbara Bedell: BOCES CTE Center hosts open house

The Orange-Ulster BOCES Career & Technical Education (CTE) Center recently hosted an evening open house for parents, prospective students and community members at its Gibson Road and Harriman Drive locations. Current students and staff were on hand to showcase CTE programs offered to local high scho

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2017-10-18 07:01:00

Chappaqua's Hillary Clinton twists heel on book tour in England

Chappaqua's Hillary Clinton appeared on "The Graham Norton Show" with her foot in a protective boot after reportedly twisting her ankle. Clinton spokesman Nick Merrill said on Twitter that the former presidential candidate "caught her heel on some steps and twisted her ankle." Clinton, in England pr

LOHUD.COM - 2017-10-17 15:55:18

Guess-the-tolls game wears on bridge commuters: Editorial

Embed x Share CLOSE VIDEOS: TAPPAN ZEE BRIDGE LAST RIDE, TRAFFIC SWITCH Video: Tappan Zee Bridge's last driver: 'What an honor' | 1:19 Last car over the Tappan Zee Bridge was Seth Kestenbaum of Nyack in a 1929 Model A Ford Phaeton on Oct. 6, 2017. Carucha L. Meuse / lohud.com 1 of 5 Skip in Skip x

LOHUD.COM - 2017-10-17 19:48:49

Marist to present 2017 Community Service Awards

On Thursday, Marist College will present its 2017 Community Service Awards, and one of the honorees will be Nick Citera, co-owner of Cosimo's Restaurant Group, which operates in many locations in the Hudson Valley. The other honoree is Shirley Adams, executive director of the Catharine Street Commun

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2017-10-18 14:15:13

Nurse’s aide played video games instead of checking on veteran, who died during her shift  

Vietnam veteran and retired police detective Bill Nutter died last year after a nurse's aide, who was supposed to check on him hourly, played video games on her computer throughout the entirety of her shift.(Jesper Elgaard/Getty Images) A legless veteran died in his hospital bed last year after a n

NY DAILY NEWS - 2017-10-17 17:14:44

Man charged with menacing with weapon

DOVER - A Dover man was arrested on Monday following a domestic dispute and charged with felony criminal possession of a weapon and menacing. State Police were called to an address on Route 22 in the Town of Dover where investigation found that Jay Spock, 50, allegedly menaced the victim and was in

MID-HUDSON NEWS NETWORK - 2017-10-18 07:00:00

Astorino proposes $268 million capital budget

WHITE PLAINS - Westchester County Executive Robert Astorino unveiled a $268 million capital budget for 2018 that includes large investments in county parks, roads, bridges, sewer infrastructure and affordable housing. "The capital budget reflects our continued commitment to economic growth and publi

MID-HUDSON NEWS NETWORK - 2017-10-18 07:00:00

Putnam Sheriff's K-9 receives bullet-proof vest

Dep. Sher. Vincent Dalo with Rex CARMEL - Putnam County Sheriff's Office K-9 Lex will receive a bullet and stab protective vest being donated by Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. The non-profit Massachusetts organization has provided over 2,600 protective vests throughout all 50 states at a cost of over

MID-HUDSON NEWS NETWORK - 2017-10-18 07:00:00

SPIRIT TRIBE FOLLOWS NATIVE NOISE II @ ECHO LAKE WITH NEON NIGHTMARES IN BK

It's not easy being a legend. Reveler moonlights as house pianist at Echo Lake canteen. Hundreds of souls came together to dance, dance and dance a little more September 8 - 10 at Echo Lake in Afton, NY, site of Spirit Tribe's second annual "Native Noise" festival. Fans of "psytrance," a subgenre

ROCKLANDTIMES.COM - 2017-10-18 03:39:27