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SPOTLIGHT

November 1, 2013

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By DIANE LEWIS

August is the time Westchester residents are most likely to come into contact with bats. While most bats don’t have rabies, most cases of human rabies are from contact with rabid bats, and you can’t tell if a bat has rabies by looking at it. If you come into contact with a bat, you need to capture the bat for testing if possible. If the bat is not caught, you should get immunized. Read more >

January 17, 2014

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Young chef

Bedford resident Nathan Spiro, 16, has been working as a chef's apprentice at the Inn at Pound Ridge since before it opened. He will be attending the BOCES culinary program this year as part of his curriculum at Fox Lane High School.

February 14, 2014

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Caretaking for the suburban exotics

A few weeks ago, this newspaper and other northern Westchester news outlets reported that a North Salem family was looking for its missing wallaby, Indy.

For those unfamiliar with the creatures, wallabies are herbivores ranging in size up to 6 feet in length from head to tail. In the wild, mobs (as they are called) of wallabies travel together in forests, propelled by their strong hind legs and ability to jump great heights. You’ll find them in New Zealand, Australia and, rather less frequently though nonetheless notably, northern Westchester.

In 2001 a wallaby escaped from the Michael Steinhardt estate in Katonah and bounded through town causing motorists to slam on their brakes as it hopped along Cherry Street. It was found at the Croton Lake Road condos, sedated by the DEC and returned to its owner.

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March 14, 2014

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March 28, 2014

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Class of 2014

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August 22, 2014

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When bats are in the house