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Sam Barron

Community Editor sbarron@dailyvoice.com

An (almost) lifelong Westchester resident, Sam has reported on all facets of Westchester since he graduated from Ryerson University with a degree in print journalism, including stints at North County News and The Examiner. A film columnist for WAG Magazine, Sam's moviegoing expertise has been profiled in the New York Times and he was a featured guest on VH1's Big Morning Buzz Live.

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  1. Coco Is SPCA Pet Of The Week

    Coco Is SPCA Pet Of The Week

    BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N.Y. -- The SPCA Westchester is hoping someone will want Coco.Coco is a one-year-old shepherd mix who the SPCA describes as a happy, friendly and energetic girl. She'd like a high energy home and gets along well with most dogs, the SPCA said.Coco knows some cues already and does well with training, the SPCA said. For more information, call 9140941-2896 ext.11, or ...

  2. Latimer Sends WCC Employee Contracts To Legislature

    Latimer Sends WCC Employee Contracts To Legislature

    After eight years, an agreement has been reached between the county and employees of Westchester Community College.County Executive George Latimer announced he is sending the renewed contracts Contracts for the Westchester Community College Federation of Teachers and the Civil Service Employees Association to the Board of Legislators for review."Their work is commendable, and so it ...

  3. Indian Point Workers Authorize Strike

    Indian Point Workers Authorize Strike

    Employees of Indian Point Energy Center in Buchanan could be going on strike as early as next week.More than 300 members of Local 1-2, the Utility Workers of America, which represents employees of the nuclear power plant in Northern Westchester, voted to authorize a strike on Thursday. Their contract expires on Wednesday and a strike could happen as early as next week.Employees said ...

  4. Westchester Man Throws Dog Down Two Flights Of Stairs, Police Say

    Westchester Man Throws Dog Down Two Flights Of Stairs, Police Say

    A Westchester man was arrested by the SPCA's Humane Law Enforcement Unit after police say he threw a dog down two flights of stairs.Frank Gallo, Sr. of Yonkers was charged with animal cruelty.The SPCA received a call to its confidential animal cruelty hotline on Tuesday saying a pit bull, Riley, was allegedly picked up by its neck in a chokehold and violently thrown down two flights of ...

  5. Four Ossining High School Students Named Regeneron Semifinalists

    Four Ossining High School Students Named Regeneron Semifinalists

    OSSINING, N.Y. -- Ossining is one of the top schools when it comes to future scientists.Four Ossining High School students made the semifinals in Regeneron's Science Talent Search. Each student receives a $2,000 award, with an additional $2,000 going to the scholar’s school.Sarah Hoffman investigated Alzheimer’s disease-related protein expression and immune cell activation in the brains ...

  6. Latimer Hopes Section 1 Basketball Tourney Returns To County Center

    Latimer Hopes Section 1 Basketball Tourney Returns To County Center

    The 2018 Section 1 boys and girls high school basketball tournament will not be held at the Westchester County Center in White Plains this year, breaking with tradition. County Executive George Latimer said he hopes to change that for 2019. Latimer said he met with officials from Section 1 and agreed to host another meeting in March to discuss returning the tournament to the County ...

  7. Latimer Addresses Business Leaders At WCA Breakfast

    Latimer Addresses Business Leaders At WCA Breakfast

    TARRYTOWN, N.Y. -- County Executive George Latimer gave his first address to Westchester's business community Wednesday morning.Latimer, who took office last week, was the keynote speaker at the Westchester County Association's annual breakfast at the Westchester Marriot in Tarrytown. The new county executive pledged to work across the aisle and practice bipartisanship. “We have to work ...

  8. Changes Afoot For Armonk Business Landscape

    Changes Afoot For Armonk Business Landscape

    Downtown Armonk is seeing a changing of the guard.Two longtime businesses, The Right Thing and Sheep Shack, are shutting their doors, while a host of new businesses will be opening soon.Sheep Shack, which has sold women's clothes at 418 Main St. for 42 years will be closing at the end of February as its owner, Ronnie Zeidenberg, plans on retiring."It's been a very lucrative 42 ...

  9. Man Possesses Xanax While Driving On Route 6, Yorktown Police Say

    Man Possesses Xanax While Driving On Route 6, Yorktown Police Say

    A 23-year-old Mahopac resident was arrested and charged with possessing Xanax after a traffic stop on Route 6 early Wednesday morning.Shane McDonald was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance in the 7th degree, a Class A Misdemeanor and driving with a suspended license.McDonald was pulled over after police saw he only had one tail light illuminated. Police discovered ...

  10. Byram Hills Tops In Regeneron Scholars

    Byram Hills Tops In Regeneron Scholars

    ARMONK, N.Y.-- Five Byram Hills High School students were selected as scholars in the Regeneron Science Talent Search.Five students are the most from any high school in Westchester.  The students selected are Alexis Aberman, Alexandra Brocato, Stella Li, Jeremy Ma and Kylie Roslin.Forty finalists will be invited to Washington, D.C. in March to participate in final judging, display their ...

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