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When Seema Boesky unveiled the sign at the ribbon cutting for the new Seema Boesky Heart Center at Northern Westchester Hospital, she was genuinely surprised to find it bore her name. The plain-spoken and practical benefactor was probably the only person who was.

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Lewisboro Garden Club’s 14th annual fall roadside daffodil planting, which is part of the club’s Golden Roads Daffodils roadside beautification initiative, will take place on a much smaller scale this year.

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Below is a list of selected local activities offering during Climate Week, Sept. 21 to 27. Visit bedford2030.com for schedule updates and all event registration.

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Northern Westchester Hospital unveiled its new $3.6 million cardiac catheterization lab during a special Zoom webinar on Monday. Hosted by the hospital’s executive director, Derek Anderson, the session gave the public a sneak-peak at the new facility, which officially opened Sept. 2.

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Following the cancellation of the Lewisboro Library’s annual Library Fair held in September, library staff and board of trustees brainstormed a fun, but socially distant event where residents can interact with the town and library. The result is the Historic Hamlet Hunt.

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Jeffrey Haydon, the outgoing CEO of Caramoor, is leaving for Chicago, Illinois, at the end of this month for a new opportunity. He knows that the great tradition of Caramoor existed when he arrived and will continue long after his departure. But he also knows the Caramoor he is leaving behin…

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September and the fall months are approaching quickly, and as it gets cooler, the options residents will have for their afternoon break from at-home work will slowly dwindle. When the town pool, hikes in one of the many preserves and ice cream runs are no longer options, residents can still …

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Bedford Corners resident, Carol B. Allen, seems to have hit a nerve with her young adult novel, “One If: A Virago Fantasy.” The book, released in December, has generated enthusiastic responses, not only among its targeted audience — early teens — but with parents, teachers, librarians and pr…

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When Mindy Yanish, owner of Offerings Gallery in Katonah, announced in June that she was closing the store’s brick-and-mortar incarnation after some 30 years in business, she hinted that she was working on a new idea that would open up “the possibility of reinvigorating, not just the busines…

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I know that I’m not the only one to be focusing more on the natural world during these strange pandemic times. There are less distractions, of course, but also the comfort of all those plants and animals going about their business, unaffected by this virus. Nature will do just fine without u…