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Songcatchers Annual Concert for Peace Scheduled for Sunday
The free event-a goodwill offering is requested-will be performed at the Chapel at the College of New Rochelle, 29 Castle Pl.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
New Rochelle Talk
Why is City of New Rochelle Stonewalling on Army Corps of Engineers Report?
It is becoming increasingly apparent that the residents of New Rochelle have been lied to by their local government regarding a serious matter involving significant risk to human life not to mention negative consequences for property owners in and around Echo Bay and taxpayers who were quite nearly put on the hook for millions in environmental ... (more)
The Journal News
2nd suspect ID'd in New Rochelle Costco robbery
Detectives said Tuesday they have an arrest warrant for the man who drove a red, four-door Charger used as the getaway car in the brazen robbery of a family with an infant in the parking lot at Costco last month.
Grand Jury Clears New Rochelle Officer in May Shooting Death of City Man
No indictment will come down for a New Rochelle police officer who in May shot to death a 48-year-old city man said to have wielded a knife during a confrontation at his Hickory Street apartment, county officials confirmed Tuesday.
Free 2-Hour Holiday Parking Starts in New Rochelle
City departments appear to be operating as usual, though Tuesday night's meeting of the New Rochelle Historic and Landmarks Review Board has been cancelled.
Christian Science Monitor
The great college aid game: Five seniors juggle desire and reality
As this school year's great college aid game gets started, the Monitor and The Hechinger Report follow five New Rochelle High School seniors in their quest through the labyrinth of college admissions and financial aid.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Affordable Housing Discussion on Tap for Sound Shore
Sound Shore residents will have a chance learn more about and discuss Westchester County's affordable housing settlement at a presentation and dialog facilitated by the Pace Land Use Law Center and the Housing Action Council.
Council Meeting, Nursing School and Charles Dickens
Public hearings include the city's proposed 2014 budget and overriding the state-mandated tax cap.
Shelter Island Reporter
Island profile: Bill Zitek, the Island's beloved veterinarian
Talk for a while with Dr. Bill Zitek and you can sense the decades he spent as the go-to vet in Southold Town and for many Shelter Islanders as the owner of the North Fork Animal Hospital.
Heavy Traffic Expected Near Stop & Shop in Dobbs Ferry through Dec. 23
The Dobbs Ferry Police Department is cautioning motorists to be aware of construction in the area of Stop & Shop, 390 Broadway, from Monday Dec. 9 to Monday Dec. 23. United Water New Rochelle will be replacing a water main on Broadway in the area of Estherwood Avenue and the Stop & Shop.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
The Journal News
Leake & Watts teacher, charged in Mt. Vernon rape of student, investigated in New Rochelle, Yonkers
A teacher at Leake & Watts residential center for troubled youth in Yonkers who was accused Wednesday of raping a 16-year-old male student in Mount Vernon is being investigated for allegedly having intercourse with the boy in a New Rochelle park, police said Friday.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Job Openings Recap for New Rochelle
Here are the recent job opportunities posted on New Rochelle Patch. Job Openings in New Rochelle for November 26 Job Openings in New Rochelle for December 3 And here's a bonus job opening for New Rochelle from Indeed.com: Bright Horizons 200 reviews - New Rochelle, NY 10804 Must be 18 years of age and have a high school degree or GED.
The Larchmont Daily Voice
Rye Native Nick Kroll Heads Home For Port Chester Charity Show
As he wraps up a cross-country comedy tour and prepares for a new season of his Comedy Central show, Rye native Nick Kroll is looking forward to returning next week for a charity show at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
The Journal News
Westchester's worship halls to ring with Mandela's words this weekend
The Rev. W. Franklyn Richardson returned from meeting Nelson Mandela in 1994 with a letter from the South African president encouraging students at the Mount Vernon high school bearing his name.
Beep Beep Is No Roadrunner, Just Wants Forever Home
From the New Rochelle Humane Society: You might be wondering how Beep Beep got her funny name.
New Rochelle Talk
Address to the Board of Education on Common Core
Address to the New Rochelle Board of Education, December 3, 2013 on Common Core.
Holiday Lighting Ceremony Held in New Rochelle
Under the threat of imminent rain, New Rochelle lit up Memorial Plaza in the downtown with its annual Christmas tree, menorah and creche Thursday.
Brewster to Join Mayors' Redevelopment Roundtable
The Village of Brewster is joining the Mayors' Redevelopment Roundtable, a network of municipalities organized by the Land Use Law Center at Pace University.
The Bedford Daily Voice
Director Enthusiastic For White Plains PAC's 'Les Miserables'
When the rights became available for "Les Miserables" earlier this year, director Jeremy Quinn knew the White Plains Performing Art Center had to do it.
The New Rochelle Daily Voice
New Rochelle Hematologist/Oncologist Joins White Plains Hospital
Hematologist and Oncologist Swati Sehgal has joined White Plains Hospital Physician Associates Oncology & Hematology, a division of the hospital aligning physicians with Hospital services.