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Westchester native Cameron Young knocking on title door amid rapid ascension

TULSA, Okla. — Perspective will be difficult for Cameron Young to see through the thick haze of bitter disappointment that came with falling agonizingly short Sunday at Southern Hills.  The 104th PGA Championship was right there for the 25-year-old Westchester native to seize as late afternoon fell over northeast Oklahoma.  Young had one hand on the Wanamaker Trophy.  He was going to bring that big, shiny chalice back to Sleepy Hollow Country Club for everyone to touch and pose for pictures around it as a thank you for everything those from the club have done to advance his golfing career since he was...
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Summer Concerts to Check out in Westchester

It’s not always easy to get into the city to check out some summer concerts. Luckily, there’s quite an impressive music scene going on in Westchester where you and your family can check out live jazz, up-and-coming artists, and even seasoned performers. Below, we’re sharing a list of what’s coming up this summer, including lots of free, outdoor shows. Keep it rocking!
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Farmers Markets in Westchester

Hooray, it’s farmers market season! Most of the local markets have just started their season with an incredible line-up of local vendors, kids’ activities, demos, and much more! Visiting your local farmers market is also a great way to connect in your community while enjoying the freshest, artisanal goods and food. Happy exploring!
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WESTCHESTER POSITIVES DECLINE 322 (8%) IN LAST WEEK TESTING –FIRST CONTAINMENT IN 8 WEEKS. 3,350 TEST POSITIVE FOR COVID MAY 15-21. AVERAGE RATE OF THOSE TESTING POSITIVE: 10% DAILY. WESTCHESTER TOWNS SPREAD THE DISEASE MORE THAN THE CITIES OVER LAST 2 WEEKS.

WPCNR DAILY COVID REPORT. By John F. Bailey. UPDATED 12 NOON EDT May 23, 2022:. Westchester County residents volunteer testing at the average of 5,211 Lab Tests a day last week tested positive 10% of the tests with 376 infections of 4,928 tested Saturday. The total new positives last week...
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Westchester County Beaches to Open Memorial Day Weekend

Put on your bathing suits and grab your SPF as beach season arrives in Westchester County Memorial Day Weekend! Croton Point Beach in Croton-on-Hudson and Glen Island Beach in New Rochelle are scheduled to open on a pre-season basis beginning Memorial Day Weekend, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, May 28, 29 and 30.
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Westchester lawyer to head state bar association

WHITE PLAINS – Sherry Levin Wallach, deputy executive director of the Legal Aid Society of Westchester County, will be sworn in as the 125th president of the New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) on June 1 by New York State Chief Judge Janet DiFiore. Levin Wallach succeeds T. Andrew...
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New Test Of Indian Point Sirens Scheduled In Buchanan

Despite being closed down, there will be a test of the Indian Point Energy Center emergency notification sirens during a test of the system in Buchanan in Westchester this week. The test will happen at approximately 10:30 a.m.. on Wednesday, May 25, with sirens being sounded at full volume, which...
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A Foodie’s Guide to Dining in White Plains for a Day

Eat and drink your way through White Plains from morning to night at these top coffee shops and restaurants in Westchester County. To be a foodie in White Plains is no difficult task. With almost 10 square miles of space, each area in the city has its own goodies to try out. Spend the day and you may never want to leave!
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AIRPORT MANAGER RETIRES

On April 28, Million Air Westchester, the luxury fixed-based operator (FBO) at Westchester County Airport, hosted the Westchester Aviation Association’s 40th anniversary party. The event celebrated the association’s service to the community and commemorated recently retired Westchester County Airport Manager Steve Ferguson, for all his contributions made to the airport over the course of his career. Headquartered in Houston, Million Air…
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Softball: Vote now for lohud Player of the Week (May 16-22)

After an exciting first week of the postseason, here are some of the standout performers from Westchester, Rockland and Putnam that enjoyed a big week. Last week, Westlake senior pitcher, Kelly Andrews, was voted lohud Softball Player of the Week. She went 3-0 in the circle with 22 strikeouts. Andrews also hit 8-for-16 (.500) at the plate, with six doubles, five RBI, two runs and a .529 on-base percentage. ...
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Local woman shares fibroids story to help raise awareness

NEW YORK -- It's National Women's Health Month, meant to encourage women to prioritized their wellness. Every year, millions of women silently suffer from fibroids. A Westchester County woman is sharing her story with CBS2's Lisa Rozner in hopes of changing that."I noticed that throughout the course of my life, I was having anxiety attacks. My cycle went from five days to seven days to ten days," Eugenia Buie told Rozner. The 43-year-old described how the pain of having uterine fibroids was so bad, she could no longer exercise -- her passion. "There are times when I would pass out," she said. "The...
NEW YORK CITY, NY
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AOC Wants Maloney Out as DCCC Chair; Pelosi Offers Support

Hudson Valley Congressman Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, who is also the chair of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, DCCC, is facing intense opposition to his decision to “Big Foot” another Westchester Congressman, Rep. Mondaire Jones, in announcing immediately after new congressional district lines were released that he would run in the new 17th District.
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Verizon Settlement 2022

The Town Board is dealing with the huge challenge of settling a lawsuit with Verizon and there is no possible outcome that will not impact nearby homes and sight lines. Federal communications law is not on our side after 5 years of trying to find alternatives without success. We know there are gaps in coverage and there will be a tower built at the end of this. We are working to ensure that it is less intrusive than what we will get if we continue to spend taxpayer money and then lose the lawsuit. We are also simultaneously working to figure out other locations to fill other gaps in coverage so that the Town is in a better position going forward.
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