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The colorful chalk markings started appearing on sidewalks in Katonah back in February, just as news of the coronavirus pandemic was mounting: positive messages of hope and support, accompanied by images of three birds. Soon they appeared in neighboring communities. We wondered: Where were t…

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The colorful chalk markings started appearing on sidewalks in Katonah back in February, just as news of the coronavirus pandemic was mounting: positive messages of hope and support, accompanied by images of three birds. Soon they appeared in neighboring communities. We wondered: Where were t…

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Lewisboro resident Steven Grskovic was doing the dishes on a Tuesday morning while listening to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s daily updates through his headphones. He then heard Mr. Cuomo’s May 5 call-to-action asking New Yorkers to submit video spots showing the importance of wearing face mask in pub…

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Logan Aceste and his family wanted to help address the shortage of personal protective equipment for the many doctors and nurses treating COVID-19 patients. Logan, who is a member of Vista Scout Troop 101, has many family members who work in the medical field, so he reached out to them to se…

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The Pound Ridge Historical Society announced a slate of new appointees and a new president during this year’s annual general meeting April 26. PRHS trustees appointed Deborah Benjamin as president, Karen Cooper as vice-president, and Anne Nolan as the corresponding secretary. Ron Asaro, Ira …

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The American grocery store used to be an air-conditioned utopia, busting at the seams with overwhelming supply and selections from all over the world. Today, a police presence, Plexiglass barriers and aisles of empty shelves make it feel more like a dystopia.

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A few weeks ago Bedford resident Emily Hyland found herself in a position like so many other parents. Coping during the pandemic and suddenly tasked with entertaining three children under the age of six, while balancing her job as the campus curriculum coordinator for Rippowam Cisqua School.

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Last week, when the whole town began to shut down and businesses closed, one business opened its doors for the first time.

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Amid the coronavirus outbreak, health care providers are facing another problem — a national shortage of personal protective equipment like masks, gowns and eye gear.

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Each year, St. Patrick’s Day calls for parties, parades, pub crawls, and corned beef and cabbage. This year, the holiday, which fell on Tuesday, looked different, of course, as residents and businesses adapted to new restrictions.

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Dr. Andrew Swiderski grew up in Bronxville, works long hours at a community-based health center in Ossining, and now lives with his wife and two children in Katonah. But, despite living in Westchester for most of his life, Dr. Swiderski is a man of the world.