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Appliance Sales Plus

www.appliancesalesplus.com

The best prices on appliances and the best service.

Houlihan Lawrence Yorktown

www.houlihanlawrence.com/communities/yorktown

Law Offices of Joseph J. Tock

www.tocklaw.com

Over 34 years of experience handling criminal law, DWI, wills/trusts/estates, general business law, real estate, accidents and personal injury.

Law Offices of Joseph J. Tock

Over 34 years of experience handling criminal law, DWI, wills/trusts/estates, general business law, real estate, accidents and personal injury.

Littman Krooks LLP

www.littmankrooks.com

Legal services in Estate Planning, Elder Law, Special Needs Planning and Special Education Advocacy

Northern Westchester Hospital

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Northern Westchester Hospital offers state-of-the-art technology and award winning patient care. Our hospital and health care professionals go through extensive education and training to ensur...

Rick's Seafood

www.ricksseafood.co

Garrison Art Center

https://www.garrisonartcenter.org

Garrison Art Center

https://www.garrisonartcenter.org

S.R. Dog Training, LLC

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'Don't Forget to Weigh In!'

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. 

I remember so well getting together with family, the hugs and just being happy to see each other; I can even smell those tantalizing holiday smells drifting from the kitchen. Ah, delicious memories.

Who can forget our Dad’s intense dislike of all things “chicken” (definitely included turkey)? To avoid his irate glare at the ...

Giving My All

My wife had been involved in volunteering for many years when she asked me if I might be interested in it myself. 

Of course I want to give back to the community. I want to be a part of something that benefits something other than myself, and in doing so, possibly benefit myself.

Some volunteering options were out of the question. For instance, volunteering as a “big ...

Grandpa and the Metropolitan Opera

When I was a little girl, we lived in a three-generational home. 

Since my mom and dad worked together in a medical profession, my dad’s parents lived with us, and became caregivers to my sister and me. We were very fortunate to have the opportunity to learn about their backgrounds as first-generation Americans and how they loved their adopted country. Although both spoke many ...

Are Your Parents Vulnerable to Fraud?

A couple of years ago, Margaret, a 75-year-old retiree, was victim to a series of thefts and she didn’t even know it.

The thief, a trusted aide, helped herself to Margaret’s ATM card and withdrew $400 from Margaret’s bank account—every two weeks. 

Thousands of dollars, plus precious heirloom jewelry, was taken over the course of three years while Margaret was ...

The Importance of Reading to Your Baby

Dear Dr. Linda,

I have a 3-month-old baby and have been reading to her from the day she was born. My husband has dyslexia and I’m concerned that she may have inherited it. Will this prevent it?

Madison

Dear Madison,

I wish there was a guarantee that your baby wouldn’t inherit her dad’s “reading gene” but there isn’t. Whether she has a genetic ...

Get Your Gig On

It’s understandable that when people see empty storefronts, they infer it’s the mark of economic malaise. It is not. What’s not taken into account by jumping to that conclusion is that times change, marketplace dynamics change, shopping habits change.

Consumers are spending money, all right, just in different places and in different ways. A storefront that made sense in past ...

One More Doggone Diet

“I caught the dog looking at himself in the full-length mirror today,” I said to my husband. “I think he’s feeling a little self-conscious about his thighs. And he’s worried about putting on weight over the holidays.”

“The dog is worried?” my husband asked.

“Yes, he's noticed that he’s put on a few pounds since Halloween and he ...

A Belated, Heartfelt Thank You

November 21, 2017

To the editor,
It is a dirty job, but someone has to do it! 

Yes, we are talking about all the litter on the sides of the roads in Somers. Litter clean-up is a never-ending job, but thanks to the dedicated residents and businesses of Somers, the task gets easier and easier each year.

The Somers Litter Task Force would like to extend a heartfelt “thank you” to all Somers ...

Confessions of a First-Time Political Candidate

November 19, 2017

Over the course of the last five months, I have had the privilege to campaign for a position on the town board. I never ran for political office prior to this and I looked forward to the uphill challenge of campaigning as a Democrat in the Republican stronghold we call home.

From the very beginning, many friends and neighbors questioned why I would attempt to run for a position that has been ...