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Kathy Reakes

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  1. Westchester Residents Named Volunteer Spirit Award Winners

    Westchester Residents Named Volunteer Spirit Award Winners

    Six Westchester residents have been selected to be honored as extraordinary volunteers by Volunteer New York! during National Volunteer Week and the 38th annual Volunteer Spirit Awards Gala.Hosted by Regeneron, the gala is set or Friday, April 20, at the Westchester Marriot in Tarrytown, the event will pay homage to all of the people who selflessly give their time and money to help ...

  2. Bus Driver Charged With Making Terroristic Threat In Hudson Valley

    Bus Driver Charged With Making Terroristic Threat In Hudson Valley

     A school bus driver with the Minisink Valley School District has been arrested for making threats of violence against other employees at the district's bus garage, according to the New York State Police.Albert DiPaola, 71, of the Town of Greenville, was arrested Wednesday and charged with one count of making a terroristic threat, said Trooper Steven Nevel.Minisink Valley Superintendent ...

  3. Suspect Nabbed In Late-Night Westchester Stabbing

    Suspect Nabbed In Late-Night Westchester Stabbing

    A Yonkers man was hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries after being stabbed in a fight over money, according to Yonkers Police.The attack took place around 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 14, after two men got into a fight over money which escalated into violence, said Sgt. Dean Politopoulos.Police said the victim was found in the vicinity of 1 Hudson St., in the Getty Square area, ...

  4. First TV Interview With 'Kayak Killer' Graswald Since Prison Release To Air

    First TV Interview With 'Kayak Killer' Graswald Since Prison Release To Air

    Angelika Graswald, the "Kayak Killer," who pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter in the drowning death of her fiancé, will sit down with Elizabeth Vargas on "20/20" on Friday at 10 p.m. for her first interview since she was released from prison.According to ABC-TV, the show revisits the case with Vargas and Graswald, talking about the death of her fiancé, Vince ...

  5. Hudson Valley Woman Gets $2.5M For Winning Scratch-Off Ticket

    Hudson Valley Woman Gets $2.5M For Winning Scratch-Off Ticket

    A Town of Wallkill woman only has a day left to remain anonymous before the world knows she recently became the county's first lottery millionaire of the year.The lucky woman, who scratched her way to millions on a winning $2,500 a Week For Life scratch-off ticket. will be introduced and receive her giant check for $2.5 million on Friday from Yolanda Vega and Kyle McDaniel of the New ...

  6. Two Westchester Towns Named Among Top 100 Safest In Nation

    Two Westchester Towns Named Among Top 100 Safest In Nation

    For those looking for a safe place to live and have fun without worrying about crime, there are towns in Westchester and Fairfield counties that are just right for you.Including one rated the safest in the nation.That would be Ridgefield in Fairfield County, which placed first from sea to shining sea.Three other towns in Fairfield made the Top 100: Greenwich at 21st, Westport in 61st ...

  7. Hudson Valley Man Charged With Child Porn

    Hudson Valley Man Charged With Child Porn

    A Hudson Valley man is behind bars after being charged with soliciting child porn from a child less than 17 years old, according to the Dutchess County Sheriff’s Office.Felipe M. Ramon, 30, of Pawling, was arrested on Tuesday following an investigation by the Sheriff's Office along with the Dutchess County Child Advocacy Center, said Capt. John Watterson.Ramon is accused of soliciting ...

  8. Two Indian Point Sirens Fail To Sound During Test

    Two Indian Point Sirens Fail To Sound During Test

    This story has been updated.Entergy officials said technicians will investigate the cause of two siren failures and make any needed repairs after they failed to work during a siren sound test at the Indian Point Power Plant.Of 172 sirens throughout the Hudson Valley, 170 performed as required for four full minutes between 10:30 and 11 a.m. Wednesday in Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, and ...

  9. Wrong Way Driver On Merritt Parkway Causes Three-Car Crash

    Wrong Way Driver On Merritt Parkway Causes Three-Car Crash

    A 59-year-old woman driving the wrong way on the Merritt Parkway in Fairfield caused a three-car crash, sending three people to the hospital, according to Connecticut State Troopers.Ashley W. Cooper, of Bridgeport, was driving southbound in the left lane of the northbound side of the parkway in a Nissan Altima around 10:55 p.m. Tuesday when she ran head-on into a GMC Acadia, driven by ...

  10. Walkway Race Series In Hudson Valley Canceled For This Year

    Walkway Race Series In Hudson Valley Canceled For This Year

    To the dismay of many, the Walkway Over the Hudson nonprofit organization and Dutchess Tourism, Inc. announced they have canceled the 2018 Walkway Race Series originally slated for Saturday, June 9. The organizations said race partners were up against a number of scheduling and logistics difficulties that impacted this year’s race planning and execution.Trying to put a good face on the ...

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