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The official newspaper of the towns of Bedford, Pound Ridge and Lewisboro, New York

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Never forget

Pound Ridge residents honor fallen soldiers in a moment of silence Monday during town ceremonies.

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Crimes and misdemeanors, June 2 edition

In the early ‘70s, a movie starring Al Pacino told the story of a young heroin user who lived in a seedy park on New York’s Upper West Side. The film was called “Panic in Needle Park,” using a common nickname that described urban park areas where heroin addicts congregated. As anyone living in the city then could tell you, these were not places where you chose to set down your picnic blanket and play with your kids.

A little past midnight last Sunday, a picnic table on the property of Bedford Hills Elementary School provided the backdrop for a similar suspected activity involving a 28-year-old local man and several others. In fact, that was one of an unusually high number of disturbing reports filed by local police last week across our towns.

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  1. Historic barn to be relocated for preservation

  2. Pound Ridge Democrats announce candidates for town races

  3. More state funds for three local libraries

  4. The Rev. Terrence Elsberry says farewell to St. Matthew's Church

By JEFF MORRIS
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Daniel Sant, a WWII veteran, playing harmonica at the Memorial Day ceremony. With him, from left, were Jon Monti, Goldens Bridge Hamlet Organization chair; Tony Goncalves GBHO trustee; Kate Barker, and Annamarie Sant, who sang the national anthem.

 

Goldens Bridge has a history of surviving through adversity. The hamlet’s western section was flooded for a reservoir in the 19th century. Most of its business district was destroyed in the 1960s as Route 22 was widened and, ultimately, turned into Interstate 684. Yet the hamlet persists, and it’s Memorial Day traditions are no exception.

This year, the ceremonies honoring those who made the ultimate sacrifice continued despite a steady rain that resulted in the last-minute cancellation of the Goldens Bridge Memorial Day Parade.

Dozens of hardy souls, some with umbrellas and others without, gathered in front of the Goldens Bridge Community House on Old Bedford Road, at the monument bearing plaques honoring residents who died in World War I and World War II, to pay tribute to all of the town’s and the nation’s war dead.

That the gathering would take place at all had been in doubt after its longtime sponsoring organization, the John B. Winter American Legion Post 1734, lost its American Legion charter because it no longer had the minimum number of members.  Read more >

 

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Lewisboro

Memorial Day tradition perseveres in Goldens Bridge

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November 17, 2017

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