TROY, N.Y. — Somers' varsity girls basketball team lost to Pittsford Mendon 53-41 in the Class A state semifinals on Friday, March 17, at Hudson Valley Community College.
Photos: Somers Comes Up Short Against Mendon
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By JODI WEINBERGERJanuary 19, 2018
SOMERS, N.Y.-A Somers woman is raising money to help pay for her mounting medical bills as a result of injuries she sustained after being struck by two cars, both of which fled the scene, on a highway in California.
Korren Knapp, 30, who was born and raised in Somers, said she was meeting a man she was introduced to through an online dating app for the first time and remembers having one drink ...
By TIM WALKERJanuary 18, 2018
SOMERS, N.Y.-Everyone is familiar with physical therapy, or PT, for people.
PT allows people to regain function after an accident or surgery, and can help them maintain function in the face of neurologic or musculoskeletal problems.
Did you know that not only do pets need physical rehabilitation just like people, but that the same high tech equipment is available? One of the most ...
By THE SOMERS RECORDJanuary 18, 2018
The New York State Police from the Somers barracks are investigating an increased number of larcenies from vehicles.
These crimes are occurring in multiple Westchester County residential neighborhoods and are facilitated by residents who leave valuables inside vehicles and fail to secure their vehicles.
The State Police would like to advise residents to always lock their vehicles and ...
By ROB DIANTONIOJanuary 18, 2018
SOMERS, N.Y.-It’s been a rebuilding season for a young Somers/North Salem ice hockey team. The Sabers suffered three more losses last week at the hands of Mahopac, John Jay-Cross River and Mount Pleasant.
With just 13 skaters and two goalies on the roster, the Sabers haven’t had the depth to match up with many teams. That was evident in an 8-3 loss to a deep Mahopac team on ...
By TOM BARTLEYJanuary 17, 2018
SOMERS, N.Y.-Incensed by the recent rash of NYSEG power outages, Supervisor Rick Morrissey has summoned the utility’s chief executive to a meeting next week in Somers.
“We want to hear directly from the boss,” Morrissey said of his invitation to Carl A. Taylor, who is president and chief executive officer of New York State Electric & Gas. Morrissey will be joined by North ...
By THE SOMERS RECORDJanuary 14, 2018
Kennedy Catholic High School played host to more than 300 students in grades eight through 12 from Friday evening on Dec. 8 through Sunday afternoon on Dec. 10. The occasion was a spiritual retreat facilitated by Fearless Ministries.
Fearless Ministries conducts outreach dedicated to leading teens to a personal encounter with Jesus Christ in the Eucharist. The three-day retreats are meant to ...
By BRIAN MARSCHHAUSERJanuary 13, 2018
SOMERS, N.Y.-A Holiday Gift Drive organized by the Somers Food Pantry provided gifts and food to more than 77 local families in need this holiday season.
The Somers Food Pantry, active year-round, ramps up its fundraising efforts from Thanksgiving to Christmas. For Thanksgiving, 68 families received gift baskets and turkey dinners.
Now in its 25th year, the Holiday Gift Drive is led by ...