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By DOMINICK DEPOLEApril 20, 2018
NORTH SALEM, N.Y. — The best things in life are worth waiting for, and 33-year head softball coach Bob Mittelstadt has produced winning season after winning season to reach his latest feat of notching 400 career victories at North Salem.
Mittelstadt’s Tigers held on to defeat visiting Alexander Hamilton, 10-7, on Friday afternoon at Pequenakonck Elementary School.
One of the ...
By JEREMY BROWNApril 20, 2018
SOMERS, N.Y. - On Wednesday, April 11, students, parents and community members gathered in the auditorium of Somers High School for a somber evening of reflection, commemoration and celebration.
The night, “An Evening of Remembrance,” was put together by the Somers Holocaust Memorial Commission, an organization devoted to helping to educate the youth about the Holocaust and other ...
April 20, 2018
SOMERS, N.Y. - A public statement hearing on the preparedness and response of NYSEG is planned for 6 p.m. Monday, April 23, at Somers Middle School auditorium.
The state Department of Public Service is investigating the preparedness and response of the utility companies in connection to the March storms.
According to Somers Supervisor Rick Morrissey, the state would like to obtain the ...
April 20, 2018
NORTH SALEM, SOMERS, N.Y. - Sixth graders got the chance to design their own pillows. The students first measured a 15-inch by 15-inch pillow, traced a half-inch seam allowance, constructed the pillow on the sewing machine, stuffed the pillow, then closed the hole with an overcast stitch.
April 19, 2018
NORTH SALEM, N.Y. - Jenna Murphy of North Salem's Troop 2025 project, De-stress for Success, focused on providing healthy ways for teens to reduce stress due to test anxiety, peer pressure and high expectations to succeed. Jenna developed a pamphlet which she presented to numerous student groups and distributed throughout the community and which may be used in her school's health classes.
By JODI WEINBERGERApril 18, 2018
NORTH SALEM, N.Y. - Students in North Salem schools were kept inside for recess and other activities on Wednesday and Thursday last week because of “blowdown”–or the smell of natural gas—from the Algonquin Gas Transmission in Southeast.
Christian DiPolermo, the government liaison for Algonquin Gas, said the smell came from venting the pipeline on Turk Hill in Southeast, ...
By BRIAN MARSCHHAUSERApril 17, 2018
North Salem, N.Y. - Last year, Robert Kesten, a 20-year Lewisboro resident, announced his candidacy for New York State Senate District 40, which represents more than a dozen municipalities in Dutchess, Putnam and northern Westchester. Since then, Kesten has been endorsed by the Democratic committees of Beekman, Lewisboro and North Salem.
Kesten, who is seeking to unseat two-term incumbent ...