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  1. ArtsWestchester Partners With Half Time For ArtsBash

    ArtsWestchester Partners With Half Time For ArtsBash

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – Craft beer lovers will join art enthusiasts and food connoisseurs this year at ArtsWestchester’s signature ArtsBash event on Friday, May 20, thanks to a new partnership with beer retailer Half Time.As both the arts and craft beer industries look to diversify and grow their audiences, both ArtsWestchester and Half Time saw the partnership as a great way to bridge ...

  2. Charlotte Tuttle, Brewster Resident, 89

    Charlotte Tuttle, Brewster Resident, 89

    BREWSTER, N.Y. – Charlotte Tuttle, of Brewster, died Tuesday, March 29. She was 89.She was born Jan. 2, 1927, to Charles and May Tuttle, and graduated from Brewster High School in 1944. She worked for the Metro-North Commuter Railroad for 49 years until her retirement in 1994. In June 2010, she relocated to Peachtree City, Ga., to be close to her family and was cared for by the staff at ...

  3. North Salem School District Ranks High Among State's Best

    North Salem School District Ranks High Among State's Best

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. – Twenty-seven Westchester County school districts are among the 100 best in New York, according to the education website Niche.Rye City School District, with five schools in its district, drew an A+ ranking from Niche to draw the No. 1 ranking in Westchester. For the Niche review of Rye, click here.Chappaqua Central, with a total of six schools in the district, ...

  4. Yonkers Businesses, Volunteers Join Forces To Clean Saw Mill River

    Yonkers Businesses, Volunteers Join Forces To Clean Saw Mill River

    YONKERS, N.Y. – Leading into Earth Week, Groundwork Hudson Valley will host the Seventh annual Great Saw Mill River Cleanup on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.Nearly 200 volunteers will gather at eight sites throughout the Saw Mill River watershed to clear trash from the river and save trees by cutting invasive vines. Join in at any one of several sites, from Yonkers to Elmsford, and ...

  5. Cuomo Bans Non-Essential State Travel To North Carolina

    Cuomo Bans Non-Essential State Travel To North Carolina

    Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo signed an executive order Monday, March 28, banning all non-essential state travel to North Carolina after the state enacted a law barring transgender individuals from using restrooms appropriate to their gender identity. The order requires all New York state agencies, departments, boards and commissions to immediately review all requests for state funded or state ...

  6. Fab Faux Performs At UJA Federation's Celebration

    Fab Faux Performs At UJA Federation's Celebration

    PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- A record-breaking 550 guests joined UJA-Federation of New York on Thursday, March 10, for a performance by The Fab Faux at the historic Capitol Theatre in Port Chester for “Westchester Celebration: All Together Now.”The event honored longtime leaders Jane and Norman Alpert of Harrison, and Sherry and Robert Wiener of Mamaroneck. Proceeds from the event benefitted ...

  7. Dick’s Sporting Goods, Other New Retailers Coming To Jefferson Valley Mall

    Dick’s Sporting Goods, Other New Retailers Coming To Jefferson Valley Mall

    YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N.Y. – Shoppers will soon enjoy new and updated retail offerings as part of the significant renovation project currently underway at Jefferson Valley Mall, Yorktown Heights’ shopping destination. Dick's Sporting Goods and Torrid are both anticipated to open later this year, while H&M has relocated to a new space within the center. “This is an exciting time for ...

  8. Former ‘King Of Wall Street,’ Westchester Native John Gutfreund, Dies

    Former ‘King Of Wall Street,’ Westchester Native John Gutfreund, Dies

    Scarsdale native and “King of Wall Street” John Gutfreund died Wednesday at New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York City at the age of 86, Bloomberg reportedGutfreund became chief executive officer of Salomon Brothers in 1978, and took the company public in the 1980s, making them Wall Street’s first public corporation, according to Bloomberg. He was senior ...

  9. Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Features Dishes With Deep Roots In Region

    Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Features Dishes With Deep Roots In Region

    Hudson Valley Restaurant Week’s (HVRW) spring season and 10th anniversary kicked off Monday and will run through Sunday, March 20, and the valley’s top chefs and restaurateurs are featuring innovative uses of the Valley’s signature bounty and ingredients.1. Crabtree’s Kittle House – Today, there are 145 farms that grow apples and produce about 6 million bushels annually. Chef Jay Lippin ...

  10. ArtsWestchester Debuts Spring Exhibit 'SHE' In White Plains

    ArtsWestchester Debuts Spring Exhibit 'SHE' In White Plains

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – As Mattel reimagines the look of Barbie with the release of new dolls that have diverse physical appearances, ArtsWestchester is exploring what it means to be a woman today with its 2016 spring exhibition, “SHE: Deconstructing Female Identity.” An opening reception is scheduled for Sunday, March 13, from 3-5 p.m. at ArtsWestchester in White Plains.The contemporary ...

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