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Somers Students Stand 'In Unity for What Is Right'

March 22, 2018

SOMERS, N.Y.-Hundreds of students at Somers High School walked out of their classrooms on March 14 in solidarity with the 17 shooting victims at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

The “Unity Rally for School Safety” was a non-political event meant to bring students together to commit to keeping schools safe by ending gun violence.

Students wore red as a sign of unity and in ...

Fight Between Somers Landscaper, Neighbors in ZBA's Court

SOMERS, N.Y.-On Tuesday, March 20, the Somers Zoning Board of Appeals will continue a hearing on a years-long fight between Whispering Pine Landscape Supply Co. and residents in Somers, Mahopac and Yorktown who say the loud, intrusive activities at the business are ruining their lives and neighborhoods.

Whispering Pine Landscape, at 1 Windsor Road, Yorktown Heights, sits at the intersection of ...

MTA Holds Site Visit at Purdys Train Station for Prospective Vendors

NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) announced on Thursday, Feb. 22, that it is looking for a retail concession vendor to rent a building adjacent to the Purdys Metro-North train station.

The building, which is currently vacant, is approximately 285 square feet. The MTA is looking for the vendor to sign a five-year lease and is suggesting a rent of $3,996 per year ...

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