NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-The North Salem Cub Scouts Pack 1 held its Arrow of Light ceremony at the North Salem Firehouse on Feb. 3. With den leader Colleen Casale, six Scouts advanced this year: Michael Bonelli, CJ Casale, Key Kolb, Seth Onofrio, Liam Smith and Christopher Tarrant.
Six North Salem Cub Scouts Advance to Next Level
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By DOMINICK DEPOLEMarch 15, 2018
North Salem senior Nate Carminucci plays catcher on the varsity baseball team. The Tigers have won the last two Class C state championships but move up to Class B this season.
How old were you when you started playing baseball and how did you get started?
I started when I was 5 years old playing tee-ball in the local elementary school league.
What is your favorite part about being a part ...
By JODI WEINBERGERMarch 15, 2018
NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-Mike Burns has been running the Westchester Bluegrass Club for the past 25 years as a way of staying in touch with the music scene.
“I’m a bluegrasser, I play bluegrass music. I used to tour and play in country bands but I got out of it and I just couldn’t take touring anymore, so I keep my hands in the music by promoting this club and having people play ...
By NORTH SALEM NEWSMarch 12, 2018
NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-Operating under a state of emergency, the town opened up a warming center at the North Salem Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Saturday, March 3, welcoming in from the cold those who lost electricity.
Supervisor Warren Lucas voiced his frustration over the power outages several times over the weekend, unable to provide residents with adequate information.
On Saturday, Lucas drove ...
By CONNOR SKELTONMarch 12, 2018
NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-The administration at North Salem Middle/High School has always stressed the importance of safety as it works to create a comfortable learning environment for students, teachers and staff alike, and many feel this attitude has only strengthened since the school shooting in Parkland, Fla.
District officials believe they have prepared sufficiently should such event occur in the ...
By BOB DUMASMarch 10, 2018
MAHOPAC, N.Y. - Applying to college in the 21st century can be an intimidating task for high school students and their parents. But thanks to GuidED Consulting LLC, there is now someone to help navigate through the morass of paperwork and complex application process and end those sleepless nights.
Since Dr. Deborah Hardy formed the business over a year ago, originally as a “mobile school ...
By PUTNAM SERVICE DOGSMarch 10, 2018
NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-Before puppy training class begins, Donna Gleason, head trainer at Putnam Service Dogs, and Nancy Teague, CEO/founder, brainstorm on what they need for their clients. Of the 13 applicants waiting for service dogs, 75 percent need a dog to retrieve dropped items and 75 percent are in wheelchairs and need dogs large enough to be easily stroked.
A service dog has to want to help ...
By DOMINICK DEPOLEMarch 9, 2018
North Salem senior Alina DiMella was a team captain and guard on the varsity basketball team. She also serves as a captain on the softball team.
How old were you when you started playing basketball and how did you get started?
I started playing basketball in third grade through the rec program. I got started because I wanted to play basketball. My mom played in college, so she was excited ...