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During these difficult times, with so many older adults feeling isolated and alone, what can anyone do to help? “You have to do something for your mental health,” said 80-year-old Pat Keane of Bedford Hills, as she spoke with The Record-Review.

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On Jan. 29, Rep. Mondaire Jones, who was elected in November to serve New York’s 17th Congressional District, announced the SALT (State and Local Tax) Deductibility Act, which seeks to remove the $10,000 cap on state and local tax deductions.

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The Katonah-Lewisboro Board of Education meeting Jan. 28 was mainly devoted to updates on the work of two committees, the Equity and Racial Justice Committee, and All In. Superintendent Andrew Selesnick said they are “two groups that are both doing very, very important work in our district —…

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Many local supermarkets are not aware of a new state law that aims to increase food donations or how the law’s guidelines could impact their operations, a Record-Review survey has found. 

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You might never guess from hearing him talk that Bedford resident, David Singer, is co-president and CEO of a major metropolitan area heating oil supplier. He is more likely to tell you about his company’s sustainable energy initiatives, its role as a supplier of 100% hydro-generated electri…

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After completing two of six possible terms as a Westchester County Legislator, Kitley Covill, who serves District 2 including Bedford, Lewisboro and Pound Ridge, will not seek reelection in November.

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New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Basil Seggos spent time in White Plains overseeing the conversion of the Westchester County Center from an entertainment venue into an emergency COVID-19 hospital last spring. When he returned recently, it was to convert th…

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The New York State Senate has passed a comprehensive bill that enacts a four-month foreclosure and eviction moratorium for renters, homeowners and small landlords facing financial hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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Appearing before the Bedford Town Board on Tuesday, Jan. 5, Northern Westchester Hospital CEO Derek Anderson revealed that as of Tuesday morning, just over half of the hospital’s frontline staff had been vaccinated against COVID-19.

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Members of United Westchester this week unveiled a new set of recommendations for how they would like utility and telecommunications companies to improve their services and bolster infrastructure.

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Northwell Health received its first round of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine this week and began administering the vaccine to hospital staff. 

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The Pound Ridge Town Board this week received an update from Derek Anderson, executive director of Northern Westchester Hospital, on where the hospital currently stands in terms of caring for COVID-19 patients, the availability of treatment and the accessibility of testing. 

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Closing out three long weeks of counting votes, New York state Sen. Pete Harckham declared victory this week in his reelection bid for the state Senate’s 40th District.

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When COVID-19 cases began to spike in early spring, elected officials in northern Westchester started scrambling to request assistance from the federal and state government in setting up their own local testing sites. As the months wore on, their pleas for assistance went largely unmet.

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County Executive George Latimer released his proposed 2021 budget Nov. 10. Local leaders said they supported the budget, calling it a positive step forward for the county while having minimal impact on their towns.

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The race for New York’s 40th Senate District hangs in the balance as tens of thousands of absentee ballots await counting across Westchester, Dutchess and Putnam counties.

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There will be no victory parties tonight, or, for that matter, anytime soon for either candidate vying to represent New York’s 40th Senate District. According to the unofficial preliminary tally of election results released Wednesday, Nov. 4, Democratic incumbent Sen. Pete Harckham currently…

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State Sen. Shelley Mayer, the Democratic incumbent in the Senate District 37, and her Republican opponent, Liviu Saimovici, M.D., participated in a League of Women Voters virtual forum Monday, Oct. 19.

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For registered voters in Westchester County, the Pound Ridge Town House was the place to be this week. Since early voting began on Oct. 24, voters have shown up by the hundreds to cast their ballots at the polling location on Westchester Avenue.

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Voters had another opportunity to hear from candidates in the contested race for the 40th District during a League of Women Voters of Westchester event this week. Democratic incumbent Sen. Pete Harckham joined Republican challenger Rob Astorino on Oct. 21, for the virtual forum where the two…

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It’s time to dig out those reusable tote bags because New York state’s delayed ban on most single-use plastic bags finally went into effect this past week.

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Residents of Lewisboro and Pound Ridge will be tasked with deciding a contested race for New York’s 40th District in the general election Nov. 3. Incumbent Sen. Peter Harckham, a Democrat, is defending his seat against Republican challenger Rob Astorino. Mr. Harckham, a Lewisboro resident, t…

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Before the coronavirus, the country was already waging a battle against another epidemic — opioid use and overdoses. The two threats are not dissimilar. Just like COVID-19, opioids have a pernicious nature, ravaging urban and bedroom communities. Just this summer, a young couple in Lewisboro…

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New York state has updated electoral regulations and guidelines to make voting more convenient. As a result, there are a variety of ways residents of Bedford, Lewisboro and Pound Ridge can choose to cast their votes in the general election this fall.

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After months of New Yorkers upgrading their at-home gym, or more likely gaining the quarantine-15 lbs., Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Aug. 17 that gyms and fitness centers can reopen as early as Monday, Aug. 24. After being subjected to comprehensive health and safety standards, all gyms and f…

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For most residents in Bedford, Lewisboro and Pound Ridge, the power finally came back over this past weekend, four or five days after Tropical Storm Isaias hit the area on Aug. 4 with ferocious winds and heavy rains. 

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On July 14, Kitley Covill, Westchester County legislator for the 2nd District, held a Virtual Social Justice Town Hall for Young Voters. The program was moderated by Sorvina Carr, a Bedford resident, Fox Lane High School graduate and organizer of Bedford’s Rally Against Racial Injustice, whi…

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According to final absentee ballot data from the Westchester County Board of Elections, including all the ballots that were postmarked by June 23 and received by the end of the day Tuesday, June 30, there are 9,665 ballots to be counted in the 93rd Assembly District Democratic Primary.

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On Saturday, May 30, community members Luke Jones and Heather Mieko Lackey hosted a Katonah-Lewisboro Vigil for Justice at the Goldens Bridge Metro-North overflow lot across the street from ACME supermarket. Like so many other protests across the country in recent days, the small, peaceful g…

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The collection of local taxes is proceeding close to normal in the towns of Bedford and Pound Ridge, despite offers of tax relief and reduced late penalties due to the health crisis, according to town officials. The Town of Lewisboro, however, is reporting a larger shortfall in tax collectio…

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One of the less visible side effects of the coronavirus pandemic becomes obvious when one ventures into a grocery store: the state ban on disposable plastic bags has been put on hold. Local laws governing plastic bags seem to have also fallen by the wayside. And with no uniform guidelines in…

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“Kids” and “COVID-19” in the same sentence typically meant a discussion about distance learning. That all changed last week when a 5-year-old from New York City died of a pediatric complication that can present about a month after having the coronavirus.

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Just over a month ago, Northern Westchester Hospital’s Chief Medical Officer and senior vice president, Marla Koroly spoke about how reallocation of resources had allowed the hospital to continue to serve all patients who needed immediate care for urgent non-COVID-19 conditions, such as hear…