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  1. General Mills Again Expands Flour Recall

    General Mills Again Expands Flour Recall

    General Mills is yet again expanding the recall of its products, following a few more confirmed illnesses. The types of products have not been expanded this time, only the range of best-by dates.The company first issued a recall on May 31, following reports of illnesses from E. coli possibly involving certain of its flour products. General Mills then expanded the recall on July 11, as ...

  2. Con Edison Urges Smart Energy Usage As Heat Bakes NY

    Con Edison Urges Smart Energy Usage As Heat Bakes NY

    SCARSDALE, N.Y. -- Con Edison reminds its customers they can save energy and money by using their air conditioners and other appliances wisely, as scorching hot weather continues in New York. With temperatures forecast to reach 90 degrees through early this week, New Yorkers are advised to follow these money-saving conservation tips: Consumer can use Con Edison's Smart AC Program, using ...

  3. First Cables For New TZ Bridge Go Up

    First Cables For New TZ Bridge Go Up

    TARRYTOWN, N.Y. -- The New York State Thruway Authority has announced that Tappan Zee Constructors has completed installation of the first stay cables on the New NY Bridge project. The stay cables, along with the 419-foot towers, will be the most prominent features of the new 3.1-mile structure. The first two stay cables were installed by TZC on the new northbound bridge's main span on ...

  4. Bartender Gets Burned While Margarita Making

    Bartender Gets Burned While Margarita Making

    While sharks and sunburn may seem like the more obvious perils of summer, there's another danger that's lurking: margarita making. The Atlantic recently reported on the case of a bartender who ended up with large blisters, simply from squeezing limes and being in the sun.According to The Atlantic, in June, Justin Fehntrich was bartending for a fundraiser on a Fire Island estate, and ...

  5. Astorino Uses Virtual Tour To Promote 'One Community'

    Astorino Uses Virtual Tour To Promote 'One Community'

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Interested in affordable housing? Westchester County has just released a seven-minute virtual tour narrated by Westchester County Executive Robert Astorino, which highlights the county's efforts to make housing more affordable through its subsidy program. "To attract young families and keep seniors in their homes, Westchester works every day to keep the county ...

  6. Gov. Cuomo Expands Public Employee Leave For Prostate Cancer Screenings

    Gov. Cuomo Expands Public Employee Leave For Prostate Cancer Screenings

    Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed legislation on Thursday providing paid leave for prostate screenings to all public employees. The bill provides up to four hours of paid leave each year to undergo prostate cancer screenings. "Prostate cancer affects thousands of New Yorkers each year, and early detection is key to mitigating its often devastating effects," Cuomo said. "I am ...

  7. Six Westchester Locales Rank In Top 10 Of State's Most Successful

    Six Westchester Locales Rank In Top 10 Of State's Most Successful

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- The career resource website Zippia recently analyzed all municipalities in New York with more than 5,000 residents, and came up with a list of the 10 most successful cities in the Empire State. And six of them are in Westchester County.The site analyzed the locales' poverty level, median household income and unemployment rate to rank them.The six in ...

  8. Letter: Planned Parenthood Offers Zika Virus Precautions

    Letter: Planned Parenthood Offers Zika Virus Precautions

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- White Plains Daily Voice accepts signed letters to the editor. Send signed, original letters up to 350 words to WhitePlains@dailyvoice.com. Reina Schiffrin, president and CEO of Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic, recently offered these four things to know about the Zika virus.To the editor:You've probably seen a lot of headlines about the Zika virus, but you may ...

  9. General Mills Recalls Flour, Betty Crocker Cake Mixes

    General Mills Recalls Flour, Betty Crocker Cake Mixes

    General Mills recalled batches of several types of flour, and it's now expanding the recall to include two types of cake mixes that used that flour.The new recall includes the Betty Crocker Super Moist Carrot Cake Mix and Super Moist Party Rainbow Chip Cake Mix.State and federal authorities are researching 38 illnesses across 20 states related to a specific type of E. coli -- E. coli ...

  10. Frozen Chicken, Beef Recall Announced

    Frozen Chicken, Beef Recall Announced

    ConAgra Foods is recalling approximately 3,806 pounds of frozen chicken and beef entrée products that may be contaminated with extraneous materials -- specifically metal. This is a Class I Recall, which the USDA describes as "a health hazard situation where there is a reasonable probability that the use of the product will cause serious, adverse health consequences or ...

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