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Below is a list of updates, things to do, things not to do, meetings, closings, openings, things you need to know/might want to know. We will update the list as new items come in. The most recent items will be at the top.

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Police responded to the area near The Christmas Tree Shop on N. Central Avenue Oct. 14 on a report of a three-car accident. En route, police were advised one of the cars involved left the scene. The caller said the car was a gray Chevrolet Cruz, and it was seen pulling into the Best Buy park…

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At the Edgemont Community Council’s 73rd annual meeting on Oct. 21, delayed since April due to the coronavirus pandemic, members voted in a new slate of officers and directors, awarded the Silver Bowl to Walter and Barbara Groden, said goodbye to longtime president Bob Bernstein and heard a …

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Police responded to the scene of an accident on Popham and Garth roads Oct. 17 when an 83-year-old man was struck by a car while attempting to cross the street. According to the police report, he was crossing Popham Road in the crosswalk while the walk sign was illuminated. The driver was tr…

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The Procedure Committee has announced this year’s slate for election to the nonpartisan Citizens Nominating Committee. The election is Tuesday, Nov. 10, and, due to the ongoing pandemic health concerns, voting will be by mail-in ballot only.

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On Oct. 11 Greenburgh police responded to McDonald’s on N. Central Avenue on a report of a man stealing food from behind the counter. At the time, the man assaulted two employees, one a juvenile, and fled the restaurant. The Street Crime Unit caught up with Cornelius Mantle, 20, of Crosshill…

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The Hartsdale Public Parking District passed a temporary emergency resolution on Oct. 7, which allows residents from outside unincorporated Greenburgh to buy daily passes to park in the district’s designated parking areas.

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Jason R. Gordon, 44, of Popham Road, turned himself into police Oct. 5 after a complaint was made regarding his violation of an order of protection issued by the Scarsdale police. The reported violation took place in the playground area of Hyatt Field on Boulevard. Gordon was charged with tw…

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A Fox News anchor residing on E. Hartsdale Avenue told police Oct. 1 a man she doesn’t know has been sending her disturbing messages. He sends them to her professional Facebook account and has been sending them since she moved to New York from Missouri in February. Since then, this man has b…

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Police responded to Citibank on S. Central Avenue Sept. 23 after a man later identified as Darrin Sher presented a phony Connecticut driver’s license with someone else’s name and date of birth. Sher told the teller he didn’t have a bank card but he did have a PIN. He was asked further questi…

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Police responded to Sycamore Road Sept. 21 on a report that a gym bag containing drug paraphernalia was found in Corell Park. A man from White Plains found and reported the bag. Police looked through it and found inside a Bic lighter, a Ball mason jar, a marijuana grinder, a glass water pipe…

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A man walking through a parking lot on W. Hartsdale Avenue Sept. 14 saw two shell casings on the east side of an adjacent building. Police determined the casings were from a 9 mm Luger and were silver in color. Exterior cameras are not set to cover that portion of the lot. No damage was obse…

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Kitchen supplies valued at $650 and $200 in cash were reported missing by a Graham Road resident Sept. 14. She said on July 9 a moving company moved her from Massachusetts to Scarsdale; after the move, she noticed things missing. She told police she contacted the moving company, which reques…

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Formation-Shelbourne, the developer engaged in a yearslong legal battle with local civic associations and the Greenville Fire District over plans to build a senior living facility on the former Sprainbrook Nursery site, filed a notice of claim last month alleging that the fire district consp…

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A Columbia Avenue resident reported Aug. 30 her 2 carat diamond ring, valued at $20,000, was stolen by two furniture store employees working in her home Aug. 6 fixing a broken headboard. She said the two men were unattended in her bedroom for about 10 minutes. She told police that’s when she…

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Were it not for the pandemic, this presidential election season would probably be missing one of its most hotly debated issues: absentee ballots. In theory they’re the preferred means of voting amid fears of contagion at crowded polling places; in practice, there have been serious questions …

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They’re a familiar sight during most elections, but in Scarsdale campaign signs are a rare commodity, mostly due to the village’s century-old nonpartisan system, which set out to squelch infighting and the need to campaign for office by instituting Scarsdale’s nonpartisan Citizens Nominating…

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Police responded to Taunton Road Sept. 5 on a report of an unknown person attempting to enter a house. Police saw a man — as described by the caller — sitting on a bench on the front porch. When he told police he was trying to get in because his parents lived there, they told him he was at t…

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Police went to CVS on S. Central Avenue Aug. 24 in response to a larceny in progress. The subjects were described as a man in a striped tan shirt carrying a brown backpack and a woman in a tank top carrying a case of Heineken. Police saw the pair waiting at the bus stop in front of the store…

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Before COVID-19 shut down New York, Scarsdale residents and candidates were gearing up for a contested village election on March 18. But then, two days before the election, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued an executive order to postpone elections throughout the state and to allow local elec…

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Police responded to Fox Meadow Road Aug. 29 on a report of trees being removed, possibly without a permit. Police saw a landscape truck and three workers with branches and a tree trunk lying on the ground. There was a chainsaw on the trunk of the tree recently cut down. They also saw a secon…

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Police responded to Fort Hill Road on Aug. 19 when an indoor pool motion detector activated. On arrival, police saw a truck parked on the street outside the house registered to a pool company. The driver, who owns the company, said he and a co-worker were there to replace a center pool light…

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Patrol responded to a location on Saxon Woods Road Aug. 23 on a report of a person brandishing a firearm. The suspect, a 6-foot slim man whose appearance was described as “disarranged” was wearing a blue shirt and pants that might have been a skirt, and carrying a handgun. Patrol searched th…

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Six candidates are running for three open Village Board of Trustee seats. All election districts (No. 1 through 19) will be voting between 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 15, at the Scarsdale Congregational Church, 1 Heathcote Road.

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Police responded Aug. 14 to S. Central Avenue on a report of an argument between a boyfriend and girlfriend. The two were found standing outside the woman’s Honda Civic; she said the fight started when she hadn’t heard from him in more than an hour and went looking for him. She found him at …

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The store manager at DXL Men’s Apparel on S. Central Avenue on Aug. 3 reported two men who had entered the store; one man hid four pairs of shorts valued at $100 each and a polo shirt valued at $98.50. The man left the store, bypassing all points of purchase while the manager was busy assist…

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Westchester County’s Board of Legislators and Board of Elections held a joint meeting (Committee of the Whole) Wednesday, July 29, to discuss public complaints about voting procedures during the June 23 primaries.

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If you’re looking to cool off in a new private pool, legally you’re going to have to wait until next summer at the earliest. With the exception of a kiddie pool, anything over 18 inches tall requires a special use permit in Scarsdale.