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The Bristal Celebrated Grandparents Day

The Bristal Assisted Living at Armonk, an assisted and independent living community, hosted a Grandparents Day Celebration for its residents. Oct. 16, 2017 Bristal 

North Castle Police Department
North Castle Police Blotter

On October 6, at 7:10 a.m., a caller reported that debris was on the tracks at the Virginia Road railroad crossing. Another caller said it was possible that the railroad crossing gate may have been struck by a car.   Oct. 12, 2017 NCPD

November 7, 2017 Election

Candidates and party endorsements running for office Oct. 9, 2017 Election 2017

North Castle Police Heroin Bust

Drug Bust in North Castle

On October 6, members of the North Castle Police Department Detective Division, along with members of the Greenburgh Drug and Alcohol Task Force arrested Kevin Finney of Nethermont Avenue, North White Plains. Oct. 6, 2017 NCPD

Westchester Apple Picking
The Apples are Ripe and Picking Season is Here

Be sure to go hungry. October 3, 2017 Westcheter Apple Picking

Race for Love in Memory of Jamie Love

Jamie Love was a member of the Byram Hills cross country and track & field team. He was an avid runner and chose to continue running in college at the University of Vermont where he studyied mechanical engineering. Jamie was also a responsible young man Sept. 19, 2017 Run for Love

Armonk Post Office
Post Office Dilemmas

There are systemic issues plaguing the post office branches in Westchester, Rockland, and Bronx Counties. Sept. 14, 2017 PR

Armonk Common Affordable Housing
Affordable Housing Arrives In Armonk

Almost eight years after North Castle’s Town Board authorized its first review of the plans for Armonk Commons, North Castle welcomes their new residents at the affordable housing complex on Old Route 22. Sept. 8, 2017 Affordable Housing

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The Vue
Citing Fraud, the St. Christopher’s/Jenny Clarkson School Sues to Restrict Development Near the Reservoir

The St. Christopher’s/Jenny Clarkson School, a non-profit home on the border of West Harrison and North Castle that educates children and young adults with a wide variety of autistic disorders and special needs, has filed a federal suit on June 26 against Joseph Forgione and JMF Acquisitions, a New Jersey-based developer, to whom they are in contract to sell 22 of their 36 acres.... July 30, 2016 Real Estate

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Armonk Fire Department

Stayin’ Alive Still Givin’ It Back

Armonk’s Stayin’ Alive non-profit organization helps to improve and enhance the services provided by Northern Westchester’s volunteer fire departments, emergency medical services and emergency medical technicians. Oct. 16, 2017 Stayin' Alive

Byram Hills Bobcats

Byram Hills High School Varsity Baseball Team and Grade Activities Board Fund-Raise to Benefit Hurricane Relief

The contributions raised will aid in the efforts of the not-for-profit, High Socks for Hope Foundation. Oct. 10, 2017 BHHS

Byram Hills football

Bobcats win 24-23 Thriller Versus Lakeland

At 4-2, Byram Hills was angling for post season positioning last night at Lakeland High School, and they had to feel pretty good about facing the 1-4 Hornets. Oct. 7, 2017 Bobcats 

To Amend or Not to Amend the New York Constitution

For the first time in 20 years, New York voters will determine whether they want to hold a constitutional convention to consider changes to the State Constitution, NYS October 5, 2017

Lowey, Gun Violence Prevention Task Force Members Request Meeting with President

“For years, we have extended our hand and asked the Republican Leadership to come to the table to work with us to find a solution. Oct. 4, 2017 Congresswoman Nita Lowey

Senate Legislation Creates Community Police Liaisons for Westchester’s Immigrants

“No one should live in fear that calling for help will turn their own lives upside down”, New York State Senator George Latimer says. Latimer (D-Rye) has introduced legislation creating the “POLICe” program for Westchester County. Sept. 27, 2017 Latimer

Jill Banks, Armonk Outdoor Art Show
Armonk is on the Map with Outdoor Art Show

On Saturday and Sunday afternoon Armonk played host to the 56th annual Armonk Outdoor Art Show. “This one of the top rated art shows in the country,” said the event’s co-chair Stacy Wilder. “It has really put the tiny town of Armonk on the map.” Sept. 24, 2017 Art Show

Bat rabies

What to Do When Exposed to Rabies

Of the two hundred incidents reported to the North Castle Police Department last week, three calls reported were bat invasions in two different homes in Windmill Farm, and one from the North Castle Farm area. Aug 19, 2017 Westchester Health

Have You Seen These Bears?

Last April, Mianus River Gorge brought together numerous partners including Highstead, Great Hollow Preserve, and Teatown Lake Reservation, and coordinated an effort to place 45 remote infrared cameras around Northern Westchester and Eastern Putnam, and Western Fairfield County in Connecticut in hopes of capturing images of black bears. MRG Sept. 5, 2017

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Byram Hills High School National Merit Semifinalists
Byram Hills National Merit Semifinalists

Seven seniors from Byram Hills High School have been named National Merit Semifinalists in the 2018 competition. Sept. 27, 2017 BHHS

Byram Hills School District is Among Hundreds NY Schools to Increase Access to Technology

On July 14, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced approval of 154 Smart Schools Investment Plans aimed at reimagining teaching and learning for the 21st century. The approved plans, totaling $103.2 million, are part of the $2 billion Smart Schools Bond Act July 16, 2017 NY State

Liam Obrien, Carly Mindel, Stay

Byram Hills Alumnus Releases Single

Liam O’Brien, Byram Hills High School alumnus from class of 2012 has recently released his latest song Stay, featuring Carly Mindel. The song is published with three major music platforms; Spotify, iTunes, and Amazon. July 7, 2017

Byram Hills School Budget Vote
Byram Hills Budget Passes

The 2017 Byram Hills School District budget of $90 million passed with 805 yes votes and 130 no votes.

The Capital Reserve Fund Proposition 2 passed with 819 yes votes and 111 no votes.

The results of the election for the two positions on the Board of Education is as follows:

Lori Kanner: 625 votes
Ira Schulman: 499 votes
Brett Summers: 414 votes

Rebalance Your Life 

Balance problems can take many forms – all are hard to live with. Over 65 million Americans over the age of 40 have had balance issues Sept. 18, 2017 NWH