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  1. George Parness, Former Suffern Mayor, Dies At 90

    George Parness, Former Suffern Mayor, Dies At 90

    SUFFERN, N.Y. – George Parness, former Suffern Mayor and legislature, died in South Carolina on Tuesday – 15 months after his wife's death, reported lohud.com. He was 90. Parness served five two-year terms as mayor of Suffern and two four-year terms on the Rockland Legislature, and is remembered for increasing the police and fire department presence in Suffern, reported lohud.com. He is ...

  2. Rockland Man Killed After Falling Off Roof

    Rockland Man Killed After Falling Off Roof

    SPRING VALLEY, N.Y. -- A Spring Valley man died after falling off a ladder while cleaning gutters in Cornwall-on-Hudson on Friday morning, reported Times-Herald Record. Marco Morocho, 38, was standing on a folding metal ladder at a house on Hudson Street when he fell onto the subroof then the cement walkway. He was employed by Serrano II Roofing Company of Middletown, said Times-Herald ...

  3. New SAT Will Look A Lot Different From Current Version

    New SAT Will Look A Lot Different From Current Version

    The SATs will have a new look in March to more accurately reflect what students are learning in school, reported The New York Times. The SATs will have to section instead of three: Math and Evidence-Based Reading and Writing. The questions will be drawn from Common Core, which most states use. The SAT's will become more similar to the ACT's, said The New York Times. The new theme for ...

  4. Avoid Lines By Reserving Time, To See Santa At The Shops At Nanuet

    Avoid Lines By Reserving Time, To See Santa At The Shops At Nanuet

    NANUET, N.Y. -- The Shops at Nauaet is offering a variety of holiday events including an opportunity to skip the lines and reserve a time-slot online to visit with Santa at the Shops at at Nanuet.Children can visit and be photographed with Santa beginning on Nov. 27 through Dec. 24. Click here to reserve a time. Children can enjoy a special Breakfast with Santa at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, ...

  5. Clarkstown Plays In Guy Mathews Invitational Hockey Tourney

    Clarkstown Plays In Guy Mathews Invitational Hockey Tourney

    The Guy Mathews Thanksgiving Invitational Hockey Tournament begins Friday at Ebersole Ice Rink in White Plains. The annual hockey tournament was renamed after Guy Matthews, a longtime White Plains High School guidance counselor and coach, who died in the fall of 2014. The schedule is as follows:Friday, Nov. 27White Plains vs. Yorktown, 8 a.m. Clarkstown vs. Stepinac, 10 ...

  6. New Pet Store To Open In West Haverstraw

    New Pet Store To Open In West Haverstraw

    WEST HAVERSTRAW, N.Y. -- A Pet Valu is expected to open soon in at the Plaza Center on Route 9W in West Haverstraw.The Pet Valu family of stores includes Pet Valu, Paulmac’s Pet Food, and Bosley’s, with over 7,000 products in each store, including holistic and premium brands of pet foods.Click here for more info on Pet Valu stores. 

  7. How Many Wives Earn More Than Their Husbands?

    How Many Wives Earn More Than Their Husbands?

    The percentage of American wives earning more than their husbands has slowly increased in the past decade, but husbands still are overwhelmingly bringing home the bacon, according to Statista. According to data compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 29.3 percent of wives earned more than their husbands in 2013 (in families in which both wives and husbands have earnings). Compared ...

  8. 47 Million Americans To Travel For Thanksgiving

    47 Million Americans To Travel For Thanksgiving

    The estimated 47 million Americans nationwide who are expected to make their annual pilgrimage to grandma’s this holiday will see lower prices at the pump. In its annual holiday travel survey, AAA projects a 0.6 percent increase in the number of people traveling between Nov. 25-29. The slight increase marks the seventh consecutive year of growth for Thanksgiving travel. Of the 47 ...

  9. Whole Foods Market Recalls Curry Chicken Salad Over Possible Listeria

    Whole Foods Market Recalls Curry Chicken Salad Over Possible Listeria

    Whole Foods Market is recalling approximately 234 pounds of its curry chicken salad products, which may have been contaminated with Listeria Monocytogenes.The chicken curry salad was packaged Oct. 16 and was sold prepackaged, in salad bars, in the store's chef's cases,and in sandwiches and wraps prepared in the stores. The following products are subject to recall:Sold by weight “Curry ...

  10. Divers Searching Westchester Reservoir After Crash Find Piece Of Fuselage

    Divers Searching Westchester Reservoir After Crash Find Piece Of Fuselage

    This story has been updated.NORTH SALEM, N.Y. -- Divers searching the bottom of the Titicus Reservoir in North Salem for a large object the day after a plane crashed on its approach to Danbury Airport Friday night discovered a large piece of fuselage of the plane, according to a report on lohud.com.The object was spotted using sonar by searchers. A seat and wheels had already been ...

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