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Somers Woman Shares Long Road to Recovery

January 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 ...

Police Advisory to Somers Residents: Lock Your Cars

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 ...

State Police: Somers Woman Killed in Tuesday Morning House Fire

SOMERS, N.Y. - A 46-year-old Somers resident was killed in a house fire early Tuesday morning on Hickory Road, according to the New York State Police.

Fire fighters and state troopers arrived at the home around 2:15 a.m. to combat what police called a "fully engulfed house fire." The sole occupant of the home, Harmony Thaler, was found dead. Police do not consider the fire to be ...

Incumbent Commissioner Holds on in Somers Fire District Race

SOMERS, N.Y.-Incumbent John FitzGerald has defeated challenger Alex Roth, 220-184, in the race for a five-year term on the Somers Fire District Board of Commissioners.

Despite the defeat, Roth, a firefighter, said he was encouraged by the high turnout, which signaled to him that the issues he raised resonated with district voters. During the campaign, Roth accused the Board of Commissioners of ...

Santa Sweeps Through Somers, Fire Sirens Blasting

SOMERS, N.Y.-Santa returned to Somers on Saturday for the annual Candy Cane Run, and he brought about 5 inches of snow with him!

Despite the inclement weather, St. Nick once again teamed up with the Somers Volunteer Fire Department and handed out candy canes to community children in just about every neighborhood in town.

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