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  1. John Jay Youth Football Opens Fall 2016 Registration

    John Jay Youth Football Opens Fall 2016 Registration

    CROSS RIVER, N. Y. -- Registration is now open for the John Jay Youth Football program that serves Katonah-Lewisboro area young people.The program, meant to be a training ground for future John Jay High School football players, offers play for children in third- through eighth-grade. It is part of the Taconic Youth Football League and offers age-structured teams, officials said.Online ...

  2. Westchester Jewish Council Marks Holocaust With White Plains Ceremony

    Westchester Jewish Council Marks Holocaust With White Plains Ceremony

    WHITE PLAINS, N. Y. -- Holocaust survivor Stanley Berger is the featured speaker at the annual Westchester Holocaust Commemoration ceremony set for Thursday, May 5, in White Plains.The event, co-sponsored by the Westchester Jewish Council and the Holocaust and Human Rights Education Center, is free and open to the public. It takes place from noon-1 p.m. in the Garden of Remembrance, 149 ...

  3. Zika Virus 'Scarier Than We Thought,' CDC Says

    Zika Virus 'Scarier Than We Thought,' CDC Says

    U.S. health officials are sounding the alarm bells about Zika virus by appealing to Congress for nearly $2 billion to fight it now that cases of the mosquito-borne virus have shown up in more than 40 states.Doctors from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institutes of Health made their appeal Monday in Washington, as officials acknowledge the disease linked ...

  4. Teen Charged In Westchester 'Swatting' Plot

    Teen Charged In Westchester 'Swatting' Plot

    YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N. Y. -- A 17-year-old Hamden, Conn., teen is facing a felony charge after Yorktown police connected him to an online effort to get money from a Yorktown juvenile under the threat of orchestrating a large-scale police response to a hoax call at the juvenile's home, police said.Usama Naseer is charged with fourth-degree grand larceny for incidents that occurred in 2014 ...

  5. Food Bank For Westchester Welcomes $65K Donation From Swiss Re

    Food Bank For Westchester Welcomes $65K Donation From Swiss Re

    ELMSFORD, N.Y. -- Swiss Re employees chose the Food Bank for Westchester as the company's charity for 2016, giving $65,000 to the organization's emergency food distribution program that serves Westchester County.The partnership between the company and the food bank was kicked off at a breakfast last month. The food bank provides food to more than 200,000 county residents through soup ...

  6. Zika Virus 'Scarier Than We Thought,' CDC Says

    Zika Virus 'Scarier Than We Thought,' CDC Says

    U.S. health officials are sounding the alarm bells about Zika virus by appealing to Congress for nearly $2 billion to fight it now that cases of the mosquito-borne virus have shown up in more than 40 states.Doctors from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institutes of Health made their appeal Monday in Washington, as officials acknowledge the disease linked ...

  7. Authorities Target Two Westchester Drug Rings With 10 Arrests

    Authorities Target Two Westchester Drug Rings With 10 Arrests

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N. Y. -- Law enforcement authorities were able to make a big dent into two illegal drug distribution rings with the recent arrests of 10 men charged with dealing drugs in and around Peekskill.U. S. Attorney Preet Bharaha's office announced the indictments Thursday in White Plains Federal Court.“The complaints charge conspiracies to distribute large quantities of ...

  8. Employee Faces Charges After Incident At Southeast Company

    Employee Faces Charges After Incident At Southeast Company

    SOUTHEAST, N. Y. -- A 33-year-old Connecticut man is facing a criminal mischief charge after Putnam County Sheriff's Police arrested him Thursday in connection with a report of a man using a broom to cause damage at Powers Fasteners in Southeast, police said.Raven J. Bachetti of Alder Lane in New Milford, Conn., is being held in the Putnam County Correctional Facility pending ...

  9. Pennsylvania Food Bank Warns Of Canned Mandarin Orange Recall

    Pennsylvania Food Bank Warns Of Canned Mandarin Orange Recall

    A Pennsylvania food bank is sending out a warning about a bad batch of canned Mandarin oranges that may have been shipped out from their facility.The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is helping Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank officials spread the word about a voluntary recall of one lot of Imperial Choice Mandarin Oranges Broken Segments in Light Syrup. No illnesses have been ...

  10. Westchester Unemployment Rate Plunges In February, Say State Officials

    Westchester Unemployment Rate Plunges In February, Say State Officials

    New York state officials on Tuesday released preliminary unemployment rates for February that show Lower Hudson Valley counties reflecting the overall drop in unemployment throughout the state compared to February 2015.The state's unemployment rate was 5.4 percent last month, compared to 6.3 percent in February 2015.State officials said the private sector job count increased by 122,700 ...

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