NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-People from all over came to Hayfields, 1 Bloomer Road, on Feb. 4 for cars and coffee. Automotive enthusiasts are invited to come from 9 a.m. to noon the first Sunday of each month and meet with fellow drivers in an informal gathering to show off their vehicles.
Car Enthusiasts Convene for Coffee to Go Vroom in North Salem
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By NORTH SALEM NEWSMarch 23, 2018
NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-The 12th annual Art Against Abuse exhibit at Hammond Museum drew hundreds on March 9 with its powerful message about dating abuse among young people.
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By JODI WEINBERGERMarch 23, 2018
NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-Patronage at the Ruth Keeler Memorial Library more than doubled during the March nor’easters with people filling tables to get work done or just trying to keep warm.
The library was able to stay open most days during the first two weeks of March, when snow and wind took down trees and power lines throughout the town, said Library Director Carolyn Reznick.
During a ...
By DOMINICK DEPOLEMarch 22, 2018
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By CONNOR SKELTONMarch 22, 2018
NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-As a 17-year-old senior in high school, I have not been impacted by many national and political events the way I have been by the tragedy in Parkland, Fla.
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By JODI WEINBERGERMarch 16, 2018
NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-Bob Folberth believes his ability to draw is a gift from God.
Not in the way people usually use that phrase—figuratively—but a literal talent bestowed by the Lord.
Folberth was not born with the ability to draw, nor did he ever really take an interest in art. But in 1993, in the days leading up to surgery for colon cancer, he prayed harder than ever to God for ...