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  1. Got Any Pranks Planned For April Fool's Day, Bedford?

    Got Any Pranks Planned For April Fool's Day, Bedford?

    April Fool's Day has been celebrated around the world for centuries, marked by individual pranks, business hoaxes and other types of hijinks, depending on what part of the globe you inhabit.In Italy, France, Belgium, and the Netherlands, a traditional prank is trying to stick a paper fish without getting caught.Wikipedia recounts that "in Ireland it was traditional to entrust the ...

  2. Part Of New Castle Yeshiva Being Demolished After Intense Blaze Friday

    Part Of New Castle Yeshiva Being Demolished After Intense Blaze Friday

    NEW CASTLE, N.Y. -- One building of the Yeshiva of Nitra complex in New Castle is being torn down Monday, after a Friday-night fire that raged through the building and reignited multiple times over the weekend. The two-story building at the yeshiva -- an Orthodox Jewish rabbinical seminary -- was a total loss. Up to 100 people were inside the building for Sabbath prayers, News 12 ...

  3. Apparent Suicide Under Investigation At Westchester County Jail

    Apparent Suicide Under Investigation At Westchester County Jail

    VALHALLA, N.Y. -- An inmate at the Westchester County jail was found dead in his cell of an apparent suicide on Thursday, lohud.com reports.Alex Fusco, a 26-year-old Mamaroneck resident, was a 2008 alumnus of Mamaroneck High who had a prior criminal record, according to lohud.com. Corrections officials with the jail are investigating what would be the first suicide there in over a ...

  4. Get 'Corny' On National Popcorn Day, Bedford

    Get 'Corny' On National Popcorn Day, Bedford

    National Popcorn Day is this Thursday, Jan. 19, and here's a "corny" survey that proves Americans may be divided when it comes to politics, but there's something most citizens agree on -- love of popcorn.The "pop" culture researchers at National Today -- self-described as America's favorite online destination to celebrate quirky and fun holidays -- conducted a ...

  5. Got Fines? Mount Kisco Library Will Forgive Them, In Exchange For Food

    Got Fines? Mount Kisco Library Will Forgive Them, In Exchange For Food

    MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. -- The Mount Kisco Public Library is hosting a "Food for Fines" event, until the end of December. The food drive will benefit the Mount Kisco Interfaith Food Pantry, which is run by 13 area congregations. The group served over 30,000 people last year -- nearly 270 households a week.Roberta Horowitz, operations director for the food pantry, told Daily Voice ...

  6. 103 Million – Including A Man In Red – Will Travel This Christmas

    103 Million – Including A Man In Red – Will Travel This Christmas

    Less than a month after a busy Thanksgiving travel period, Americans are again on the move. And like Thanksgiving, travel over the upcoming Christmas and New Year's holiday is likely to show an increase compared to last year, says AAA Northeast.In fact, more than 103 million Americans -- the most on record and a 1.7 percent increase from last year -- are expected to travel over the ...

  7. Red Cross Shares Tips On Staying Safe During Winter's Worst

    Red Cross Shares Tips On Staying Safe During Winter's Worst

    EASTCHESTER, N.Y. -- The Red Cross has provided a list of 10 tips on weathering the terribly cold weather.Wear layers of lightweight clothing, gloves and a hat.Bring pets indoors or make sure they have enough shelter and unfrozen water outdoors.If using a space heater, be sure to keep it on a hard, level surface and keep anything flammable at least three feet away.Make sure to turn off ...

  8. Westchester Food Bank Picks City Harvest's Leslie Gordon As New President

    Westchester Food Bank Picks City Harvest's Leslie Gordon As New President

    ELMSFORD, N.Y. -- Food Bank for Westchester, which provides programs for 200,000 hungry county residents, announced Wednesday that it appointed Leslie Gordon to be its a new president and CEO.She'll take over as CEO on Tuesday, Jan. 17, succeeding Ellen Lynch, who announced in September that she was stepping down from those roles."Leslie Gordon brings to Food Bank for Westchester a ...

  9. Polar Express Holiday Party Arrives In Katonah -- With Reindeer

    Polar Express Holiday Party Arrives In Katonah -- With Reindeer

    KATONAH, N.Y. -- A team of reindeer flew down from the North Pole -- well, Buffalo -- to spend last Wednesday and Thursday at the Country Childrens Center's farm site, in Katonah. The sweet and gentle reindeer and their handlers are an annual favorite that delights kids at the CCC each year, organizers noted. The CCC also held its annual Polar Express Holiday Party the same two days, ...

  10. Pound Ridge PBA Again Brings Toys For Tots Drive

    Pound Ridge PBA Again Brings Toys For Tots Drive

    POUND RIDGE, N.Y. -- The Pound Ridge Police Benevolent Association is again organizing its Toys for Tots drive, placing bins throughout town.Drop off new, unwrapped toys to any of the collection bins, through Sunday, Dec. 18. Here are the three locations:the Town House, 179 Westchester Ave. Scott's Corner Market, 55 Westchester Ave., and Blind Charlie's Cafe, 74 Westchester Ave.Scott's ...

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