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These are the hottest neighborhoods for fitness in NYC

It's that special time of year, when no amount of exercising and healthy eating seems like enough to burn off the holiday season excess. Luckily for New Yorkers, there's now a bounty of go-to neighborhoods where the dress code is sweat-wick chic, the stance is hip-distance and the fruit comes cold-p

NEW YORK POST - 2017-11-24 16:25:11

Tour these historic properties during the holidays

Aside from being beautiful places to tour during the holidays, these Hudson Valley homes are a piece of local history. "Harmony Hall-Jacob Sloat House remains an important surviving example of exceptional 19th Century architecture associated with an important Rockland County founding family, Jacob S

LOHUD.COM - 2017-11-24 13:00:03

Rising signs for commercial office sales in Fairfield County

Following several years of moribund activity, commercial office sales in Fairfield County look to be on the rise. Several notable deals have closed this year and brokers are viewing 2018 with optimism. "You never want to be too bullish," said Kevin Welsh, an executive managing director at Newmark Kn

WESTFAIRONLINE.COM - 2017-11-24 15:30:44

State officials still bullish about Amazon bid

A month after submitting their bid for a second Amazon headquarters, state officials said they are confident their application would advance to the next round of the selection process. Connecticut, which is proposing Stamford and the Hartford area as its two sites, is vying with about 240 other cont

GREENWICHTIME - 2017-11-24 19:52:34

SmartMove brings first-time homebuyers to homeownership

The Housing Development Fund of Stamford announced last month that it was expanding its services for prospective homeowners to Putnam County and the five boroughs of New York City. This was the latest evolution for the nonprofit counseling and lending agency that began operations in 1989 with a very

WESTFAIRONLINE.COM - 2017-11-24 13:35:40

Bowman asks for deputy council leaders

Published 5:26 pm, Friday, November 24, 2017 NORWALK - As long as anyone can remember, the Norwalk Common Council has had a president, a majority leader and a minority leader to smooth the governing process. One councilwoman says it's time for change. Councilwoman Faye Bowman, a District B Democra

NORWALK HOUR - 2017-11-24 22:37:37

Black Friday still reels in shoppers to Connecticut stores

Published 5:06 pm, Friday, November 24, 2017 Back to Gallery The market for Black Friday shopping remains robust in southwestern Connecticut. Amid the growing reach of e-commerce, shoppers still poured into area stores the day after Thanksgiving. Expanded store hours and an abundance of deals cont

GREENWICHTIME - 2017-11-24 22:26:19

Here's When CT May See Its First Real Snow: December Outlook

A top CT meteorologist has studied long-range weather patterns and gives his prediction on when the state may see its first real snow. The weekend weather forecast in Connecticut looks very good for late November as temperatures warm up and there will be plenty of sunshine too. NBC Connecticut Mete

PATCH - 2017-11-24 14:02:41

SLIDESHOW: Windsor Farmers' Market feast

The Windsor Farmer's Market held its annual Thanksgiving Feast on Nov. 19. "Our Thanksgiving Feast was fabulous this year, with tastings and recipes from throughout the community," said market manager Tina Castelli. The event involved current and former Windsor High School culinary students. "Ethan

SONOMAWEST.COM - 2017-11-24 17:32:00

CHP: Intoxicated mother crashes SUV in Windsor with kids 2, 7 inside

A Gualala woman was arrested Tuesday for driving under the influence and child endangerment after she crashed while exiting Highway 101 in Windsor with her two young children in the vehicle, CHP said. Alexandra Hutcheson, 31, was seen "weaving badly" in her Acura SUV while driving north on Highway 1


Mystery Book Club at the Windsor Senior Center, Dec. 4

Join the Windsor Library as we host the Mystery Book Club at the Windsor Senior Center the first Monday of each month. this month we will discuss and share the books we enjoyed throughout the year and prepare for our upcoming year of mysterious reading. Please call 707-838-1020 for more information.


Indoor Flea Market and Bake Sale at the Windsor Senior Center, Dec. 2

Our popular Indoor Flea Market is back! This is a great way to clear out your closets, garages and attics, while at the same time stocking up on delicious home-made baked goods! Rent a table for $10 and spend the day chatting with friends as you sell your treasures from the past. Applications may be


FBI asks for help in locating Windsor man charged in Hells Angels probe

Local authorities asked Tuesday for the public's help in locating a 36-year-old Windsor man who has been charged as part of a three-year investigation into the Hells Angels motorcycle gang. The FBI's San Francisco division, the Santa Rosa Police Department, the CHP and the Sonoma County Sheriff's Of


Sales of single-family homes recorded in Sonoma County for the week of Oct.15

Twenty-nine single family homes sold in Sonoma County during the week of Oct. 15. Prices ranged from $150 thousand to $1.4 million. Topping our list of real estate transactions was 9950 Troon Court in Windsor which went for $1,410,000 on Oct. 20. This four bedroom three bathroom home featured many h

PRESSDEMOCRAT.COM - 2017-11-25 00:15:00

Historic photos of Sonoma County in 1907

1907 was a year of great change for Sonoma County. Residents were rebuilding and celebrating the fragility of life, after the devastating 1906 earthquake rattled the San Francisco Bay Area. Santa Rosa was among the hardest-hit towns with more than 100 people killed in a community of roughly 8,700.

PRESSDEMOCRAT.COM - 2017-11-24 21:29:01

How, what, where to rebuild

In recent weeks, I've taken part in many conversations about rebuilding after the North Bay wildfires. I've learned much and my thinking has evolved greatly. Learning and rethinking will continue. With people eager to resume their lives, I can only summarize my thoughts are they are today, incomplet

PETALUMA 360 - 2017-11-24 17:01:00

Trail of Lights Returns Next Week at Monument Hill

The first Christmas Trail of Lights of the season starts Saturday, December 2 at Monument Hill State Park in La Grange. The lighted trail begins with a brand new feature, a "snowflake tunnel," then winds through brightly sparkling displays in the Park to the historic Kreische House built in 1855. Th


Fighter Pilot Dick Peck Takes Honor Flight to Washington D.C.

For over a year, local veteran John D. Marburger had been "bugging" Dick Peck, a highly decorated Vietnam War fighter pilot, to apply for one of the "Honor Flights" for veterans to Washington D.C. Peck finally said "yes" and returned from the experience on Veterans Day. "The trip was really fabulous


FEMA Briefs Governor, Vice President on Hurricane Recovery Efforts

AUSTIN - Gov. Greg Abbott and Vice President Mike Pence on Nov. 15 received a briefing on Hurricane Harvey recovery efforts at the Federal Emergency Management Agency Joint Field Office in the capital city. Pence, in town for the Republican Governors Association conference, joined Abbott, FEMA Admin


Carmine News: Ledbetter Lane of Lights opens Friday

Round Top-Carmine varsity girls basketball team hosts Thrall Nov. 28 at 5 p.m. JV and varsity boys play at Shiner St. Paul the same day also at 5 p.m. Girls will participate in the Brazos tournament, while the boys will be in the RT-C tournament Nov. 30-Dec. 2. Jr. High boys and girls play at Prairi