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  1. Happy Birthday To New Rochelle's Andrea Mitchell

    Happy Birthday To New Rochelle's Andrea Mitchell

    NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. – Happy Birthday to New Rochelle’s Andrea Mitchell.Mitchell, a New Rochelle native, turns 70 Sunday. Mitchell, a journalist, anchor and reporter for NBC News, was born Oct. 30, 1946.She graduated from New Rochelle High School and the University of Pennsylvania. She is the NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent and reports with “Nightly News with Lester Holt,” ...

  2. Happy Birthday To New Rochelle's Gloria Borger

    Happy Birthday To New Rochelle's Gloria Borger

    NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. – Happy Birthday to New Rochelle’s Gloria Borger.Borger, a New Rochelle native, turns 63 today. Borger, a journalist, columnist and analyst, was born Sept. 22, 1952, in New Rochelle. She previously was a contributing editor and columnist for U.S. News & World Report and currently is the chief political analyst for CNN. She formerly was the National Political ...

  3. Happy Birthday To New Rochelle's Joe Klein

    Happy Birthday To New Rochelle's Joe Klein

    NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. – Happy Birthday to New Rochelle’s Joe Klein.Klein, an American journalist, columnist and author, turns 70 on Wednesday.He was born Sept. 7, 1946, in New York City.He is the political columnist for Time magazine and is best known for his novel “Primary Colors,” based on Bill Clinton's first presidential campaign.In April 2006, Klein published “Politics Lost,” and has ...

  4. Westchester Assemblyman Sponsors Law To Help ID Dead, Missing Persons

    Westchester Assemblyman Sponsors Law To Help ID Dead, Missing Persons

    RYE, N.Y. – Law enforcement agencies seeking to resolve cold cases and family members dealing with the heartbreak of a missing loved one got an important boost from legislation signed into law by Gov. Andrew Cuomo. The new law, which was sponsored by Assemblyman Steve Otis (D-Rye) and State Sen. Diane Savino (D-Staten Island), promotes a more comprehensive sharing of fingerprints and ...

  5. Kids, Hot Cars Are Deadly Combination, NY Health Department Warns

    Kids, Hot Cars Are Deadly Combination, NY Health Department Warns

    Kids and hot cars are a deadly combination, according to an advisory by the New York State Department of Health.In 2014, more than 30 children in the U.S., including a baby in New York, died from heatstroke after being left alone in hot cars. The New York State Department of Health reminds all caretakers of the following tips to keep children safe this summer:There is no safe amount of ...

  6. Tracy Yogman Appointed Finance Commissioner In New Rochelle

    Tracy Yogman Appointed Finance Commissioner In New Rochelle

    NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. – Tracy Yogman has been selected as New Rochelle's new commissioner of finance.Yogman, a certified public accountant, will assume the position on Monday, Sept. 12. She brings extensive municipal experience to the position, having served as vice president of finance and chief financial officer of the Queens Borough Public Library and prior to that, as comptroller for ...

  7. NRPL Foundation Elects New Board Member Heather Brown

    NRPL Foundation Elects New Board Member Heather Brown

    NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. – The New Rochelle Public Library Foundation elected Heather Brown to its board at the annual meeting. In addition, the board approved a new slate of officers: Chris Selin will continue to serve as president, with Gwen Adolph and Lynn Green as vice presidents, while Mindy Eisenberg Stark will continue as treasurer and Cheryl Archbald will continue as secretary.Brown, ...

  8. Former New Rochelle Schools Chief Richard E. Organisciak Dies At 65

    Former New Rochelle Schools Chief Richard E. Organisciak Dies At 65

    NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. – Former New Rochelle Schools Superintendent Richard E. Organisciak, who served the district from 2006 until his retirement in 2013, died Wednesday, July 20. He was 65.The City School District of New Rochelle mourns his death, stating that his tenure as superintendent of schools was distinguished by his commitment to the improvement of educational opportunities for ...

  9. Pokemon Go Stops Come To Local Supermarkets

    Pokemon Go Stops Come To Local Supermarkets

    The Pokemon Go craze has taken over the U.S., and now supermarkets are joining the fun, reports Supermarket News. Chains such as Stew Leonard’s are drawing customers in with Pokestops and contests for gift cards, according to Supermarket News. Stew Leonard’s, with stores in Yonkers and several in Connecticut, is a Pokestop and reminded customers in a Facebook post that, “Clover is so ...

  10. Research Shows Dinosaurs May Have Mumbled, Not Roared

    Research Shows Dinosaurs May Have Mumbled, Not Roared

    A new report suggests that dinosaurs never emitted the loud, frightening roar so many believe they did, but instead, may have mumbled with their mouths closed, according to Futurity. Research published in the journal “Evolution” looks at how some birds make sound through closed-mouth vocalization, which are sounds produced through the skin around the neck when the beak remains closed, ...

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