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  1. Warning Issued For Hepatitis A Scare Involving Candy

    Warning Issued For Hepatitis A Scare Involving Candy

    The FDA has issued a warning regarding a possible hepatitis A contamination in shipments of candy.The candy, Bauer’s Candies Modjeskas, comes in individually-wrapped pieces and consists of marshmallow dipped in caramel or chocolate.“We are advising consumers not to eat and to throw away any Bauer’s Candies Chocolate or Caramel Modjeskas, purchased after Nov. 14 because a ...

  2. Speeding, Distracted Driving Top 15K Tickets Issued In Statewide Detail

    Speeding, Distracted Driving Top 15K Tickets Issued In Statewide Detail

    New York State Police have released ticketing and arrest numbers following the statewide Thanksgiving holiday detail, and speeding and distracted driving have topped the list of citations.The detail, which was funded by the Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee, started on Wednesday, Nov. 21 and ran until Sunday, Nov. 25. During this time, State Police used a variety of deterrents, ...

  3. 'Severe Shortage' Of Trooper Recruits Confronting State Police, Report Says

    'Severe Shortage' Of Trooper Recruits Confronting State Police, Report Says

    The number of state troopers is headed toward a serious shortage, according to the New York Post, which says that the Division of New York State Police is “losing more officers than it can keep.”“We’re right at the precipice, staring into the abyss of a severe manpower shortage,” said New York State Troopers Police Benevolent Association President Tom Mungeer. “I think it’s a ...

  4. Iona Prep Launches Science Research Program

    Iona Prep Launches Science Research Program

    Officials at Iona Preparatory School in New Rochelle have implemented a three-year Science Research program in order to encourage students to pursue STEM-related field.The New York State Department of Labor has repeatedly called on the urgency and high-demand of various STEM fields, particularly those surrounding engineering, healthcare, biotechnology, research, and design.“It is our ...

  5. Lost Diane Keaton Wallet From 50 Years Ago Discovered In Area Storage Unit

    Lost Diane Keaton Wallet From 50 Years Ago Discovered In Area Storage Unit

    Anton Lulgjuraj, who purchased the contents of a unit from Life Storage in Brewster, made quite a surprising discovery, Lulgjuraj discovered actress Diane Keaton’s wallet from more than 50 years ago concealed within the dusty wooden box in the storage locker, according to the Daily News.After noting that everything within the wallet appeared to be more than half a century old, ...

  6. Rise In Grocery Prices Prompted By Shortage Of Truck Drivers, New Report Says

    Rise In Grocery Prices Prompted By Shortage Of Truck Drivers, New Report Says

    A new report has shown a link between the rise in grocery costs and the national shortage of long-distance truck drivers, according to Supermarket News.The analysis, which was released Monday, Dec. 3 by Florida-based driver virtual simulation company Advanced Training Systems (ATS), demonstrated that higher freight costs and even ingredients costs are the culprits. Several major ...

  7. Westchester Remembers Residents Who Fought In World War II On Pearl Harbor Day

    Westchester Remembers Residents Who Fought In World War II On Pearl Harbor Day

    Westchester County Executive George Latimer marked the 77th anniversary of the infamous Pearl Harbor attacks with remembrance and gratitude.“Our nation was attacked 77 years ago,” he said Friday, Dec. 7. “We must never forget those we lost on that fateful day. But instead of defeating us, the attack on Pearl Harbor made clear the determined spirit that drives us as ...

  8. Ossining HS Student Finalist For National Neuroscience Research Award

    Ossining HS Student Finalist For National Neuroscience Research Award

    Sabrina Piccirillo-Stosser, a senior at Ossining High School, is one of 12 finalists across the country for the 2019 Neuroscience Research Prize.Sponsored by the American Academy of Neurology and the Child Neurology Society, this esteemed prize is granted to high school students whose talent in the sciences “indicates potential for significant contributions in the neuroscience field,” ...

  9. Here's What First Customers At New Whole Foods In Chappaqua Will Get

    Here's What First Customers At New Whole Foods In Chappaqua Will Get

    Click here for an updated story: Whole Foods Opening In Chappaqua PostponedOpening day for the new Whole Foods store in Chappaqua will include some perks for customers.The 40,000 square-foot store, located at located at 480 N. Bedford Road, opens its doors at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 12, but early birds can arrive at 8 a.m. for complimentary coffee and pastries.Additionally, ...

  10. Salmonella Scare Leads To Recall Of 12M Pounds Of Raw Beef Products

    Salmonella Scare Leads To Recall Of 12M Pounds Of Raw Beef Products

    A major manufacturer has issued a recall after a possible salmonella outbreak that may have contaminated 12 million pounds of raw beef products.This recall, issued by JBS Tolleson on Tuesday, Dec. 4, is considered to be an extension of the October recall. An additional 5,156,076 pounds of raw beef products are now included in the list of potentially contaminated items.Classified as ...

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