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Police received a call from a Dunham Road resident June 19 that a man was going into a car and taking property. Officers arrived to the scene and saw a man who matched the description given by the caller. Investigation revealed the man, Stanley Dejesuscruz, was in possession of stolen proper…

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A man told police June 10 he received a letter from Chase Bank, located on E. Hartsdale Avenue, to update his safety deposit box information. When he went to the bank June 1 to update the information, the key to the box didn’t work and the signature card was missing. He scheduled a locksmith…

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A chorus of “Hi! Are you guys going to Albany, too?” was repeated time and again as we waited in line for the Amtrak train. As we joined pairs of friendly, engaging students on the train, it wasn’t long before we were making friends as we traveled through the picturesque Hudson Valley to the…

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Two candidates are vying for the office of town clerk in the upcoming Greenburgh Democratic primary. On June 25, incumbent Judith Beville, who has served since January 2008, will face off with Maria Portilla, who has been endorsed by the Greenburgh Democratic Committee.

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In an effort to convince the village to codify against pesticide use, the Scarsdale Forum’s Sustainability Committee released an update to its 2018 report on sustainable landscape management to protect public health, welfare, safety and the environment.

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On the heels of Bill S5793B, “An act to amend the village law, in relation to the requirements for village incorporation,” introduced May 15 by New York State Sen. James Skoufis, a new bill has been introduced as of June 12 by New York State Sen. James Gaughran of New York’s 5th district.

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A man was killed by a train on the Metro-North railroad tracks in Scarsdale June 12, according to information from Scarsdale and MTA police, after either falling or jumping in front of an 8:26 a.m. train heading southbound from North White Plains to Grand Central Terminal on the Metro-North …

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Police responded to the Scarsdale train station at 9:20 a.m. on a report of a fatality on the Metro-North southbound track. All Harlem Line service was suspended between Crestwood and White Plains. Scarsdale fire, SVAC and MTA police also came to the scene. Inquirer reporters on the scene co…

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Gerardo Casarella sat at a large table in his mechanic’s shop waiting room May 31. He twirled the rag in his hand multiple times on the same portion of table, cleaning it beyond perfection. Eventually he stood up and walked over to move a shelf that stood in front of more than two dozen pict…

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The search for a new village assessor continues but, in the meantime, Scarsdale Board of Trustees has put Jane Lawrence in charge as acting assessor to sign off on the tentative assessment roll by June 3.

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Jeffrey Sherwin and Jon Lewis stood in the Greenburgh Town Hall parking lot May 28. In his left hand, Sherwin firmly grasped a nearly 4-inch thick folder, filled with more than 600 pages of signatures, exhibits, affidavits and a $6,000 check made out to the Town of Greenburgh.

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In November 2010, Edgemont resident Gertrude Rothschild died. A world-renowned materials science and engineering professor at Columbia University, Rothschild was a physicist who researched and developed light-emitting diodes used in many modern day technologies like cellphones and television…

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If you’ve ever parked a car in Scarsdale you’ve probably experienced it — a large chalk mark on your tire. The old-fashioned white chalk streak, which is supposed to be a reminder for parking enforcement officials to see if you’ve overstayed the time limit in a particular parking spot, is se…

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As part of a five-year plan for water rates, the Scarsdale village government will, for the fourth time, increase the water base rate as well as include the addition of an excess rate Tier 2, in order to meet the needs of a degrading water infrastructure system.

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A multiyear campaign is over. The Hartsdale train station off of E. Hartsdale Avenue will have two elevators installed, with initial construction beginning in spring 2020, according to Catherine Rinaldi, president of Metro-North Railroad.

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More than 225 members of the community gathered April 10 to celebrate and honor Jill Spieler, the recipient of the 2019 Scarsdale Bowl at Mulino’s at Lake Isle Country Club in Eastchester.

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As excitement and discussion continue to build around what type of development will spring up at the Freightway garage site, one concern seems to be resolved — the development would have a minimal impact on the neighborhood school.

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An uncontested village election brought in 457 votes from Scarsdale residents to elect Marc Samwick as mayor and Seth Ross, Jonathan Lewis and Rochelle Waldman as trustees. That number places this election as the second-highest voter turnout for an uncontested election.

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The Scarsdale Historical Society clinched a new buyer for its property at 937 Post Road, which includes the Cudner-Hyatt House and the Quaker Meeting House. The society signed a contract with Nantucket Home Builders, a Rye-based residential developer, earlier this month.

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A public hearing at the Scarsdale Village Board of Trustees meeting March 12 gave residents a chance to air their views regarding a proposal to change the solar panel application process. The vast majority of those who spoke were high school students.

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While the operating budget takes care of the day-to-day life of the village, the capital budget addresses the need to maintain, upgrade or build new infrastructure around Scarsdale.

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Valley Road residents Seth and Margeta Morgulas bought a 3-month-old mini-schnauzer on Jan. 17. Within three weeks the puppy died and the Morgulases are suing Hartsdale-based Westchester Puppies and Kittens, the store that sold them the puppy.

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With the reduction of the state and local tax (SALT) deduction impacting many Scarsdale residents this year, the board of trustees voted Feb. 13, with Trustee Matthew Callaghan dissenting, to become a plaintiff in a lawsuit against the IRS.