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Anna Wright, 7, and her father, Henry, of Katonah, picking up litter on Reservoir Road during the hamlet’s annual Spring Clean-up Day, Saturday, May 6. The road was one of nine locations tended by volunteers.

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Continuity on board, approval for budget

By JEFF MORRIS

It will be business as usual in the Katonah-Lewisboro School District for the coming school year, as voters on Tuesday re-elected two incumbent school board members while handily approving the proposed 2017-18 budget.

One of the board races, between trustee Bill Rifkin and challenger Ruth White, was decided by only 35 votes.

Official results show Proposition 1, the proposal to spend $106,809,945 during the coming year, passed by a vote of 1,165 to 434, a margin of 73 percent to 27 percent. The margin of approval was down slightly from last year, when the budget passed with a 75 percent majority.

Last year there were 1,198 votes cast in favor and 366 against, for a total of 1,564. The total number of votes cast Tuesday increased by 35, to 1,599. 

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  5. Pound Ridge town board members open line with Post Office

By JESS FASANO

It’s April 15, and longtime Katonah resident Joe Gagnon is on the last leg of an incredible journey. Mr. Gagnon, an endurance athlete, has just completed five marathons on five different continents in five straight days. Now, back in the United States, on the starting line of his sixth and final marathon of the week in Los Angeles, California, the magnitude of what he has already accomplished begins to sink in. 

Mr. Gagnon put it simply during a recent phone interview after the race, saying, “It was quite overwhelming.” Read more >

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Katonah’s own ‘marathon man’ finishes six races in six days

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Endurance athlete Joe Gagnon of Katonah running his third marathon in three days on April 12 in Johannesburg, South Africa.