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  1. Westchester Man Pleads Guilty To Defrauding Investors Of $38M

    Westchester Man Pleads Guilty To Defrauding Investors Of $38M

    BRONXVILLE, N.Y. -- Bronxville resident Andrew Caspersen pled guilty in federal court on Wednesday, to defrauding investors of over $38 million and misappropriating more than $8 million from his former employer. Caspersen, 39, pled guilty to one count of securities fraud and one count of wire fraud before U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff. Each carries a maximum term of 20 years in prison. ...

  2. Harper Is SPCA Pet Of The Week

    Harper Is SPCA Pet Of The Week

    BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N.Y. -- The SPCA of Westchester would like to introduce Harper, a 1-year-old female pit bull who is eligible for foster-to-adopt."This one year old pitbull gal is absolutely stunning with her one blue eye, one brown eye, floppy ears and constant smile," the shelter notes. "She's a petite girl at just around 40 pounds, but she packs a lot of personality ...

  3. Folk Arts Day Coming To Hammond Museum July 16

    Folk Arts Day Coming To Hammond Museum July 16

    NORTH SALEM, N.Y. -- North Salem's Hammond Museum is hosting a Cultural Folk Arts Day on Saturday, July 16.The day of family fun will include music, dance, food and art. The festivities includemusic and dance from the New York Korean Performing Arts Center and the North East Thai Association;Taiko drums by Taiko Masala; with audience participation; Ikebana -- the art of Japanese flower ...

  4. Brewster, Somers Men Among Four Charged With Having Sex In Public

    Brewster, Somers Men Among Four Charged With Having Sex In Public

    Four elderly men, two of whom are from Westchester, and one from Putnam, have been arrested on charges of engaging in sexual activity in a public place, the Danbury, Conn., Police Department said late last week. Members of the Community Conditions Unit set up surveillance in response to numerous complaints about public indecency in the area of the Mill Plain Road commuter lot and the ...

  5. Westchester Restaurateur Joins Bedford's Martha Stewart For July 4th Video

    Westchester Restaurateur Joins Bedford's Martha Stewart For July 4th Video

    BEDFORD, N.Y. -- Martha Stewart filmed a Fourth-of-July-themed grilling video from her Bedford home this week, with help from a local restaurateur and department-store owner.She aired the video on Facebook Live, taking questions from viewers as they went. You can still watch the video in full, here.Stewart's home is in Bedford -- or more precisely, in its hamlet of Katonah -- and she ...

  6. BOCES Honors Adult Education Graduates

    BOCES Honors Adult Education Graduates

    YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- Melissa Morris-Banta had a good job and a wonderful family. One thing she did not have, however, was a high school diploma. That didn’t seem important until about a year ago when she found herself out of a job through no fault of her own. "I was forced to sit still and evaluate what I wanted to do with my life," she told her fellow graduates at the Adult ...

  7. Monkeys, Humans Both Monkey Around Less With Age

    Monkeys, Humans Both Monkey Around Less With Age

    While none of the subjects were heard to utter "Get off my lawn!" older monkeys observed in a recent study shared a variety of traits with older humans, the New York Times recently reported.Researchers studied over 100 Barbary macaque monkeys with a large age range, from 4 to 29, which one researcher said is about 105 in human years. And those primates shared some familiar ...

  8. Is Starbucks Underfilling Lattes? Judge Allows Lawsuit Arguing Just That

    Is Starbucks Underfilling Lattes? Judge Allows Lawsuit Arguing Just That

    A federal judge in California has allowed most of a class-action lawsuit against Starbucks -- alleging that the coffee giant purposely underfills lattes -- to continue, the New York Times has reported. The judge said that the alleged deception wasn't implausible by law and that a jury should decide the issue, according to the Times. The plaintiffs also asserted that in 2009, the company ...

  9. European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash Costs

    European Telecom Takes Over Cablevision, Looking To Slash Costs

    The European telecommunications company Altice NV has now acquired Cablevision for over $17 billion, six months after its $9 billion purchase of Suddenlink, and it plans on continuing its serious cost-cutting in the New York market, as well, the Wall Street Journal has reported. Altice has aggressive cost-cutting plans, including finding $900 million in cost savings from Cablevision, ...

  10. Don't Be Surprised If Your Child Is Phone Sick At Camp

    Don't Be Surprised If Your Child Is Phone Sick At Camp

    Summer camps have always caused a bit of separation anxiety for some kids and parents, but tech-dependence has added a new facet, an article by the New York Times reports.It can be a jarring experience for both kids and parents accustomed to regular check-ins, but putting the devices down can both help kids enjoy the camp experience more, and help them learn better interpersonal skills, ...

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