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  1. Cold Spring Man Charged With LSD Possession At Music Festival

    Cold Spring Man Charged With LSD Possession At Music Festival

    COLD SPRING, N.Y. -- A 27-year-old Cold Spring man was among 13 arrested on a wide variety of drug charges at the "Last Daze of Summer" music festival at Sterling Stage in the Town of Hannibal in Oswego last weekend, the New York State Police announced on Thursday.Roger A. Morgan was charged with possession of LSD. As a result of an investigation last year, the New York State ...

  2. Indian Point Security Drill Includes Simulated Gunfire

    Indian Point Security Drill Includes Simulated Gunfire

    BUCHANAN, N.Y. -- If folks in Buchanan and the surrounding area heard what sounded like gunfire on Friday, they should not be worried, says a spokeswoman for Entergy Corporation. It's only a scheduled drill. Patricia Kakridas said that security officers participated in a training drill at the Indian Point Energy Center during the day on Friday. They used a simulated weapons system ...

  3. Croton-Harmon Leadership Welcomes New Faculty, Staff

    Croton-Harmon Leadership Welcomes New Faculty, Staff

    CROTON-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. -- The Croton-Harmon School District's Board of Education and central administration formally welcomed Croton-Harmon Schools' new faculty and staff during a reception Thursday, Sept. 1. Superintendent of Schools Edward Fuhrman Jr. noted that joining the Croton-Harmon family signifies "a major life event.""To be here is a great accomplishment," ...

  4. Westchester Remembers 9/11 With Ceremony At 'The Rising'

    Westchester Remembers 9/11 With Ceremony At 'The Rising'

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino invites the public to attend the county's 9/11 Memorial Ceremony, on Sunday, Sept. 11, honoring those whose lives were lost or forever changed by the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. The event will begin at 7 p.m. at "The Rising" memorial, at Valhalla's Kensico Dam. The memorial remembers the 111 ...

  5. McCarthy Becomes First Former Marist Baseball Player To Make Majors

    McCarthy Becomes First Former Marist Baseball Player To Make Majors

    POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. -- Former Marist College baseball player Kevin McCarthy (2011-13) had his contract selected by the Kansas City Royals on Tuesday. He suited up for the Tuesday night game -- wearing number 61 -- against the Minnesota Twins, in Minneapolis, though he didn't play in the 10-3 win.The move makes the right-handed pitcher the first former Marist baseball player to dress for ...

  6. Croton Kindergartners Take In First Day Of School

    Croton Kindergartners Take In First Day Of School

    CROTON-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. -- The youngest incoming students at Carrie E. Tompkins Elementary School, in Croton-on-Hudson, had an exciting day of introductions, new friendships and other firsts as they walked into their classrooms for the first time on Sept. 1.  The day began with students, along with their parents, meeting their classroom teachers and getting to know the room where they ...

  7. Lakeland Teacher Selected As Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert

    Lakeland Teacher Selected As Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert

    YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N.Y. -- Mark Henkels, a seventh-grade math teacher at Lakeland Copper Beech Middle School, has been recognized by Microsoft as global leader in using technology to transform education.It was recently announced that he has recently been honored as a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert, joining the more than 4,800 educators in the MIE Expert program worldwide. Each ...

  8. Celebrate Hudson River Day At Croton Yacht Club

    Celebrate Hudson River Day At Croton Yacht Club

    CROTON-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. -- The Croton Yacht Club is welcoming the public to a to its annual Hudson River Day celebration Saturday at the Croton Yacht Club at 6 Elliot Way from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.The mission of the event is to spur interest in the history and ecology of the river, to cultivate future local environmental leaders and to promote, enhance and protect river-related recreational ...

  9. State Police: "School's Open - Drive Carefully' Campaign Starts Tuesday

    State Police: "School's Open - Drive Carefully' Campaign Starts Tuesday

    The New York State Police from Troop K urge motorists to support AAA's annual "School’s Open -- Drive Carefully" campaign, to help kids safe as they travel to and from school.AAA's yearly campaign alerts motorists to the special risks to school-age children from motor vehicle crashes -- the leading cause of death for children from 5 to 14 years old. The campaign begins Sept. 6 ...

  10. Chicken Beats Out Steak, Ribs For Labor Day Grilling, Survey Finds

    Chicken Beats Out Steak, Ribs For Labor Day Grilling, Survey Finds

    According to a new poll, more folks will be grilling barbecue chicken this Labor Day than steak or ribs, Supermarket News has reported.An online Budweiser Labor Day USA Survey noted the relative winners and losers, as Supermarket News reported. And while chicken does well, with 40 percent planning on it being on the menu, it still doesn't come close to the traditional favorites. ...

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