NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-With no electricity and no school, many families ventured outside to build snowmen out of the mounds of snow covering the ground last week. Driving around North Salem could be treacherous in spots with downed trees and power lines, but that didn’t matter to kids enjoying the unexpected winter vacation days.
Snowed in? No Problem for Some in North Salem
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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 ...
By SUSAN THOMPSONApril 15, 2018
We know North Salem was settled in the 18th century by Dutch, English, Huguenots and others. But did you ever think about the real beginning of the local story? When the Keelers, Purdys, Bloomers and others moved in, people had already been living here for nearly 10,000 years. Where in North Salem were Native American villages and burial grounds? Where did they hunt? What paths did they travel? ...
April 14, 2018
Registration is now open for the first annual RA5K and Fun Run being held by Ridgefield Academy, an independent, co-ed day school for children in preschool through eighth grade. The event will be held Sunday, May 20, at Ridgefield Academy, 223 West Mountain Road in Ridgefield, Conn.
To register, visit www.ridgefieldacademy.org/RA5K.
The RA5K was created to honor the outgoing head of ...
By JODI WEINBERGERApril 13, 2018
North Salem, N.Y. - Sen. Terrence Murphy (R-Yorktown) announced Thursday, March 5, receiving more than $13 million in state funding that will go toward fixing potholes and other damages along the roads.
The money is part of the Department of Transportation’s Consolidated Local Street and Highway Improvement Program (CHIPS), Extreme Winter Recovery (EWR) and Local PAVE-NY 2018-19 ...
By ROB DIANTONIOApril 12, 2018
BARDONIA, N.Y. - It was a tie game between North Salem and Albertus Magnus late in the second half with the clock winding down.
The Tigers were looking for the game winner, but it was the Falcons who found it.
Magnus scored with just one second on the clock to defeat visiting North Salem, 15-14, on Thursday, April 5.
“Magnus gained possession with less than two minutes ...