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January 14, 2021

Yorktown Auto Body is not your father’s body shop. Employing cutting-edge, state-of-the-art technology, along with unparalleled customer service, owner Perry Gusikoff and his team at Yorktown Auto Body have created an unrivaled body shop experience for their clients. “I look at the big ...

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Mahopac has welcomed a new daycare/preschool to the hamlet. Little Scholars Village will open early this month offering young students an inviting environment that encourages fun, play and learning, while adhering to a holistic approach for early childhood education. Little Scholars Village was ...

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Shopping online for hearing aids is kind of like telemedicine. Sure, it could be convenient, but it should never take the place of seeing the doctor face to face. The good news is that for area residents struggling with hearing loss, help is right around the corner. Nicole Kalukiewicz has ...

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Dr. Kareem Fatouh is back in his hometown with a full-service dental practice, just down the road from where he grew up in Yorktown.  Brightway Dental, a general dentistry practice that also specializes in implants and cosmetic dentistry, opened its doors earlier this year in the Roma Building ...

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The law firm of Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP has been selected by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® for inclusion in their 2021 “Best Law Firms” in the fields of Elder Law and Trusts & Estates for the New York metropolitan region. This marks the eleventh consecutive year that the firm, with ...

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As we head into another dreaded flu season, we are bombarded with the same health-conscious remarks we’ve known since we could remember; everywhere you go family members and neighbors say “wash your hands, take your vitamins and get plenty of rest.” Surely, all of these tips hold weight and keep us ...

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MAHOPAC, N.Y. - Joseph J. Tock has fought more than his share of legal battles over three decades of practicing law, but his biggest challenge to date might be fighting through the coronavirus pandemic to continue to provide his clients with the advocacy they need during these difficult ...

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When Darrell Babboni started a small business out of his mom’s house in 1997 doing home repairs, he had no idea it would grow to the size it is today. It’s now a multi-million-dollar business with 38 employees and 21 trucks. They complete over 1,000 jobs each year.   His company, Honey-Do-Men, a ...

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