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White-knuckle winter

You look out the window to check the driveway. Is it clear or is it piled with snow, or does it just appear to be clear and really covered with a thick layer of black ice?

You look at the snow coming down and you wonder if your plow guy will really make it for one more snow night.

You get stuck in your own driveway.

Your snow plow driver gets stuck in your driveway.

You hear the oil burner click on and you wonder how many days left before the fuel runs out.

You stand at the window waiting for the town plow truck to come down your street.

You cheer when he does.

You wonder how the oil man is going to lug his 100-foot hose through the ice and snow to your connection.

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Class of 2014

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August 22, 2014

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The Section I ski team enjoyed a successful trip to the state championship races in upstate Lake Placid.

September 19, 2014

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October 15, 2014

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Bedford Farms to target 79 homes toward seniors

By ANTHONY R. MANCINI

A series of stringent environmental reviews will be conducted on a plan to build a clustered development of 79 homes targeted toward seniors in Bedford Village, after Bedford’s town board appointed the planning board to lead the effort Tuesday.

William Balter of Wilder Balter Partners, an Elmsford-based real estate development company, first proposed a plan on Nov. 18 to construct a clustered development of homes at the site of a former quarry situated between Old Post Road, Crusher Road, Vinton Avenue and the Mianus River, land that totals 118 acres. Read more >

November 14, 2014

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EDITORIAL

February 13, 2015

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NEWS

Leaders of home invasion ring
are sentenced

By R.J. MARX

Three men who were part of a home invasion ring that hit homes in northern Westchester and Connecticut were sentenced last Friday. Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, said Friday, Feb. 27, that Paul DiBiase, 59, aka “Carmine Stanzione,” and Daniel DiBiase, 58, were sentenced in Manhattan federal court to 27 years in prison and 15 years in prison, respectively. Both Dutchess County men were sentenced Friday, Feb. 27, by U.S. District Judge Edgardo Ramos.

The defendants, who are brothers, had previously pleaded guilty to racketeering and firearm charges arising out of their participation in 27 home invasions, including five gunpoint robberies, and approximately two dozen other burglaries in Connecticut and New York between July 2011 and October 2012.   Read more >

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