Jul 3, 2014
The Chappaqua Daily Voice
Millwood Resident Discusses How She Beats The Heat
On a hot Thursday residents from the area were asked to share what they do to beat the heat in the summer.
Chappaqua Condominiums are Target of Recent Burglaries
From the New Castle Police Department-- Condominiums are Target of Recent Burglaries On June 12th two units were burglarized in Old Farm Condominium's in Chappaqua.
Increasing the Minimum Age to Purchase Cigarettes
Joined by a number of BOL colleagues, including BOL Chairman Michael Kaplowitz , other elected officials and anti-smoking advocates at the press conference, Borgia noted that the newly proposed legislation aims to reduce access to cigarettes to young smokers by increasing the age for purchase of all tobacco products from 18 to 19 years of age.
Crow Hill Road Home Severely Damaged by Fire
A home in New Castle was extensively damaged by a fire that burned early Friday morning, according to Mount Kisco Fire Chief Tom Jackson.
Hilary Clinton Attends Chappaqua Inauguration
New Castle town officials took their oaths of office Wednesday evening, with Hillary Clinton administering for each of them.