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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November 15, 2017
SOMERS, N.Y.— When Kennedy Catholic’s varsity volleyball team started the year there were very few expectations. Well, someone forgot to tell the coaches and the Lady Gaels.
Posting a 16-2 record and winning the North Division convincingly, Kennedy went up against the Brooklyn/Queens champions, The Mary Louis Academy, in the CHSAA intersectional finals. Both teams had a great ...
By BRIAN MARSCHHAUSERNovember 14, 2017
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – Last week’s election results were bittersweet for Mike Kaplowitz, who won an 11th term as county legislator but will likely be ousted from his chairman’s post.
Kaplowitz, a Democrat who ran unopposed, has been chairman of the 17-member Westchester County Board of Legislators since January 2014, when a bipartisan coalition of seven Republicans and two ...
By WILLIAM DWYERNovember 14, 2017
SOMERS, N.Y.--Today the Upper West Side is an eclectic mix of artists and affluence and homes there are some of the most desirable and expensive in the world. But it wasn’t always this way.
For Lyla Blake Ward of Somers, who grew up in the West End during the 1930s and 40s, things weren’t much different. In “Broadway, Schrafft’s and Seeded Rye: Growing Up Slightly ...
By GRACE ZIMMERMANNovember 13, 2017
Women voters of Somers, take note.
You didn’t always have the constitutional right to vote, but some of our early Somers women helped make it possible.
This week marks the centennial anniversary of New York State’s passage of a referendum for women’s suffrage, which took place Nov. 6, 1917. It was the first referendum of its kind in the country. Local Somers women were ...
November 12, 2017
It was a 'classic' act at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Granite Springs. There were vendors, trophies to win, raffles to buy and food to eat, but the main attraction pulled out all the stops on Oct. 21.
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By TOM BARTLEYNovember 11, 2017
SOMERS, N.Y.--Somers Democrats honored the Somers Women’s Club last month with a Community Appreciation Award and a cash donation to help the club continue its charitable works.
In a ceremony Oct. 26 at the Anglebrook Golf Club, Councilman Richard Clinchy, the Town Board’s lone Democrat, acknowledged the community work that the club members have done over the years, ...
By DOMINICK DEPOLENovember 10, 2017
SOMERS, N.Y.— The 16-2 record speaks for itself, as Kennedy Catholic’s volleyball team has scorched the competition in 2017 despite losing 13 seniors from last season.
“We literally started from scratch,” Kennedy co-coach Tony Santora said. “We added pieces to the puzzle as we needed them and it’s really worked. As long as they play team volleyball, they are ...