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  1. Robert A. Strunsky, 64, Mamaroneck Resident

    MAMARONECK, N.Y. – Robert Strunsky, of Mamaroneck, died Saturday, Feb. 20. He was 64.He lived nearly all his life in Mamaroneck. Known as "Harry," he was born on June 9, 1951, to Arthur and Irene Strunsky.He attended Rye Neck High School, Westchester Community College and the Swedish Institute, and worked as a masseur. He is survived by siblings David, Claudia, Cynthia, ...

  2. Is Donald Trump Wrong To Attack The Pope?

    Is Donald Trump Wrong To Attack The Pope?

    Donald Trump has faced many adversaries in recent months during his presidential campaign, and on Thursday, he added another to his list – The Pope.Pope Francis told reporters Thursday that anyone who wants to build a wall on the border between U.S. and Mexico is not a Christian after reporters asked what he thought about Trump’s immigration views. In response, Trump, who owns an estate ...

  3. Book Your Singing Valentine Now With Westchester Chordsmen Chorus

    Book Your Singing Valentine Now With Westchester Chordsmen Chorus

    Valentine’s Day gifts can come in a number of ways – flowers, chocolate or jewelry. It can also come in the form of a singing quartet from the Westchester Chordsmen Chorus. The singers will delight and surprise loved ones with a personal visit from a quality quartet, elegantly clad in tuxedos with red bowties and vests to deliver Singing Valentines – songs and roses – to sweethearts ...

  4. Tickets Still Available For Itzhak Perlman At Westchester County Center

    Tickets Still Available For Itzhak Perlman At Westchester County Center

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – Tickets are still available for an evening with violin impresario Itzhak Perlman, accompanied by pianist Rohan De Silva, at the Westchester County Center on Saturday at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. The 2015-16 season commemorates Perlman’s 70th birthday with three album releases and worldwide concert tours. His recordings have garnered 16 Grammy Awards and as a ...

  5. Dr. George Bousvaros, 86, Larchmont Resident

    Dr. George Bousvaros, 86, Larchmont Resident

    LARCHMONT, N.Y. – Dr. George Bousvaros, of Larchmont, died Tuesday, Jan. 19 after a brief illness. He was 86. He was born in Thessaloniki, Greece, the only child of Athanasios and Glykeria Bousvaros. He graduated with the highest honors from the University of Athens Medical School, completed postgraduate training in cardiology in London and Canada, and immigrated to the U.S. in ...

  6. New York Presbyterian Expert Shares Snow Emergency Tips

    New York Presbyterian Expert Shares Snow Emergency Tips

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. – With winter’s first local snowstorm on its way, emergency departments in Westchester are gearing up for what could be higher-than-normal volumes of patients that often accompany winter storms.“Winter is a busy time for hospital emergency departments with car accidents, hypothermia, slip and falls, cardiac incidents and other accidents that accompany the snow,” ...

  7. Al Jazeera America Shutting Down TV, Digital Operations

    Al Jazeera America Shutting Down TV, Digital Operations

    Al Jazeera America is closing both its digital and cable operations by April 30, the news outlet announced Wednesday. CEO Al Anstey cited an unsustainable business model amid U.S. media economic problems.Last month, the network aired a report that linked Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning to Human Growth Hormone.Anstey called Al Jazeera America's staff “a brilliant team.""In ...

  8. Cold, Flu Season May Be Most Important Time To Get Exercise

    Cold, Flu Season May Be Most Important Time To Get Exercise

    A new study shows that working out regularly during winter could help stave off colds and other sicknesses commonly passed around during the cold months, reports The New York Times. The study from Scientific Reports found a link between fat cells and immune response, showing lowering the amount of fat in the body through exercise can lower levels of inflammation, according to the Times ...

  9. Alzheimer's Association Hudson Valley Hires Director Of Corporate Relations

    Alzheimer's Association Hudson Valley Hires Director Of Corporate Relations

    The Alzheimer’s Association Hudson Valley Chapter has hired Beth Jabick as its director of corporate relations and annual giving for the association in its seven-county region. A Fairfield, Conn., resident, Jabick has an extensive background in marketing and public relations, having worked in a variety of positions in the Ryan Partnership (now Epsilon), Alcone, Shandwick and Ogilvy ...

  10. Former West Point Cadet Sentenced In Child Porn Case

    Former West Point Cadet Sentenced In Child Porn Case

    WEST POINT, N.Y. – A former U.S. Military Academy cadet was sentenced to eight years in prison Wednesday on charges of child pornography, according to multiple reports.Ricky Patrick Hester, 25, originally from Indiana, was convicted last June of gathering and sharing more than 1,000 images of sexually abused children, according to the Daily News. Hester requested images and videos of ...

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