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Book Selection: All The Light We Cannot See, by Anthony Doerr.

This Pulitzer Prize winning fiction portrays the German

occupation of France where the paths of a blind French girl & a German orphan boy collide. “Doerr presents us with two

intricate stories, both of which take place during World War II; late in the novel, inevitably, they intersect… Doerr captures the sights and sounds of wartime and focuses, refreshingly, on the innate goodness of his major characters.” Kirkus Reviews

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Book Selection: All The Light We Cannot See, by Anthony Doerr.

This Pulitzer Prize winning fiction portrays the German

occupation of France where the paths of a blind French girl & a German orphan boy collide. “Doerr presents us with two

intricate stories, both of which take place during World War II; late in the novel, inevitably, they intersect… Doerr captures the ...

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Candidate Interviews: Sheralyn Pulver-Goodman

I am bringing for your consideration, interviews with all the candidates running on our local ballot this November. The interview below is the third of four interviews with Town Board candidates. This interview is with Sheralyn Pulver-Goodman.

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Happy 50th, Woodstock Alumni… We Are Golden

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The Truth About Coyotes

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If you’re a Westchester resident, it’s safe to say you have at the very least heard of the coyotes that live right here in our backyards. Whether you’ve seen them yourself, heard them howling in the night, or know a neighbor who has had some sort of encounter, nearly everyone has some version of a coyote story. While we likely all have that in common, where we may differ is in ...

Please Don’t Weaken the Proposed New Tree Law

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Westchester County Senior Hall of Fame Nominees Sought

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Do you know a senior who is making a positive difference in Westchester County through his or her professional life, volunteer work or both? If so, Westchester County invites you to submit a nomination to the Westchester Senior Citizens Hall of Fame, now in its 37th year.

“The Senior Hall of Fame is a special tradition honoring seniors who give their time and energy to improve the ...