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Police responded Jan. 3 to a report of two cars unlawfully entered overnight. The caller told police two of her cars parked in the driveway of her residence on Cohawney Road had been entered overnight; about $30 in quarters was stolen, $20 from one car and $10 from the other. Both cars, she …

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The buzz surrounding the potential redevelopment of the Freightway garage dominated the news in Scarsdale last year. Public meetings were held to get a sense of what residents might want to see in the updated space, and residents were encouraged to submit their thoughts and ideas. An ad hoc …

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When a 30-year-old woman physically attacked three Jewish women in Brooklyn while shouting anti-Semitic insults, New York Assemblywoman Amy Paulin didn’t expect the attacker to be released from custody. She also didn’t expect her to attack people two times thereafter.

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The Scarsdale Board of Trustees met Tuesday night in executive session to take stock of the process for planning a redevelopment at Freightway garage.

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Police responded to an apartment on E. Hartsdale Avenue Jan. 3 on a report of a suspicious incident. Police spoke with a woman who reported she had received a package containing items she did not order. The woman said her boyfriend signed for the package addressed to her name which included …

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A 61-year-old Bradley Road man went to police headquarters Jan. 3 to report he was the victim of a computer scam. The man told police he received a pop-up notification on his Dell laptop that his computer was infected with a virus. The man said he called the number listed on the pop-up and a…

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On Dec. 19, Tim Ahles, a resident of Dobbs Terrace, was hit by a Newton, New Jersey, woman’s car while walking in a northerly direction in the crosswalk on Fenimore Road. According to Detective Lt. Brendan Kellaher, the accident was a serious collision and it was very apparent injuries were …

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Scarsdale, Hartsdale and Fairview Fire Departments were among those responding to a structure fire at 41 Walworth Ave. in Scarsdale on Saturday, Dec. 21. The fire was reported about 10:22 p.m. and was declared under control around 11:12 p.m.. All occupants were already out of the house when …

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Notable for her glass ceiling-shattering work as the first woman majority leader of the New York State Senate, Sen. Andrea Stewart-Cousins (D-District 35) returned to her roots Dec. 12 for a discussion hosted by the nonprofit Scarsdale Forum.

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A 60-year-old landscaper went to police headquarters Dec. 12 to report a verbal altercation he had had with a man while he was landscaping for a client. The landscaper said he was trimming bushes at a Wildwood Road house when a man, believed to be the superintendent for the housing complex, …

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While conducting a routine patrol on Post Road Dec. 9, police saw a 2019 Honda Accord parked in the southbound lane of the roadway with the engine running. When officers approached the vehicle, they saw a man sleeping in the driver’s seat covered in what appeared to be vomit. Police attempte…

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The village board of trustees unanimously approved a resolution Dec. 10 to enter into a professional services agreement with LAN Associates — an engineering firm based in Goshen, New York, — to design a comfort station next to the tennis courts at the Scarsdale Middle School on Mamaroneck Road.

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The search for a new village attorney is over. The board of trustees unanimously voted on Dec. 10 to retain the services of McCarthy Fingar LLP — a White Plains-based law firm — on a $95,000 per year retainer to act as the village’s attorney.

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A Sheldrake Road resident was arrested Dec. 8 for failing to supervise a child. According to police, multiple kids were engaging in conduct injurious to their health and the adult resident failed to supervise or take action to stop a child from endangering himself. After the resident was arr…

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Twelve alleged members and associates of the Gambino crime family were charged in a federal court in Brooklyn Dec. 5 on charges of racketeering conspiracy, bribery, loan sharking, fraud and obstruction of justice. Two of the defendants charged include Yonkers resident Andrew Campos — an alle…

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Rutherford Hall was standing room only Wednesday night, with every extra folding chair in the building moved into the courtroom to accommodate overflow. About 150 residents filled all the seats, and dozens more lined the perimeter of the room waiting for the community meeting with the board …

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Police responded to Ardsley Road around 5:45 p.m. Dec. 2 on a report of a loose dog. The callers said a dog that did not belong to them was on their back porch as they were leaving for work. Officers observed the dog, a German shepherd, running around the back of the house without a leash or…

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In the wake of a pedestrian accident that led to the death of a 67-year-old resident of Paradise Drive, Greenburgh police Chief Brian Ryan met Dec. 3 with members of the Edgemont Community Council to discuss future pedestrian safety improvements on Fort Hill Road — where the fatality occurred.

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Police responded to the Fountain Diner on S. Central Avenue on Nov. 26 on a report of a woman leaving the restaurant without paying her $3.24 bill. The calling party said he chased down the woman on foot but that she had boarded a Bee-Line bus. An officer stopped the bus and found a woman wh…

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Multiple unlocked cars in the village were reported broken into over the holiday weekend. One Larch Lane resident reported about $145 worth of items, including Ray Ban sunglasses, Tom Ford sunglasses, coins and an insurance card were stolen from his car overnight on Dec. 1. On the same day, …

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At Scarsdale Village Board of Trustees work session Nov. 26, Mayor Marc Samwick announced that two developers had been chosen as final contenders for the Freightway development project. The developers, Avalon Bay and Gateway/East End Capital, will both participate in a public presentation We…

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Greenburgh police responded to Fort Hill Road, just south of the intersection of Underhill Road on Nov. 22 at 6:10 p.m. to investigate a report of a pedestrian struck by a car. Police and EMS personnel found a 67-year-old Edgemont resident lying in the roadway after being struck by a 2014 Ac…

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Five lawsuits were filed in Westchester Supreme Court this month accusing a former sports coach and physical education teacher at Immaculate Heart of Mary School of sexually abusing five students in the 1960s. The complaints are filed against IHM, the Archdiocese of New York, and Edwin “Ted”…

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A 69-year-old man and a 67-year-woman went to police headquarters on Nov. 18 to report a larceny. The woman, a resident of Ridgedale Road, told police a man who identified himself as a Con Edison employee called to advise her that her account was past due. The man instructed the woman to pur…

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When Scarsdale Mayor Marc Samwick announced at the board of trustees meeting Oct. 7 that village attorney Angela Sapienza-Martin would be stepping back into her role as the director of personnel and risk management, he also announced the village would be looking to fill the open position wit…

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After a year and a half struggle to reline the water main on Underhill Road, the temporary pipes carrying water to residences are on their way out and the newly relined water main is activated, according to Greenburgh Department of Public Works Commissioner Victor Carosi.

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On Nov. 12 a resident of Broadmoore Road arrived at police headquarters to report a dispute with a hired landscaper. Due to discrepancies in a bill, the resident had refused to pay the full balance to the landscaper. In response, the landscaper removed two trees from the front porch of the p…

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On Nov. 18 at 4:32 p.m. police and fire department officials responded to a car accident on Mamaroneck Road and Barker Lane. A Mamaroneck woman told police she had a headache while driving a 2018 Honda suburban eastbound on Mamaroneck Road and swerved off the roadway into a tree, causing the…

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Police responded to Panera Bread in Midway Shopping Center on Nov. 17 on a report of harassment. Police met with the manager of Panera Bread who said he had fired an employee a couple of hours earlier but said the employee would not leave quietly. Multiple other workers there eventually pers…

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Aylone Katzin is still easing into his new position as Scarsdale’s new assistant to the village manager. Like his predecessor Josh Ringel, who left Scarsdale for a job as assistant village administrator in Tarrytown in June, Katzin wants to build a relationship with every person he interacts with.

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On Oct. 27, Robert Livoti had left his house in the late morning and wasn’t concerned with the drizzle coming from the clouds. It wasn’t raining hard throughout the day — maybe 1 to 2 inches — and by the time he returned home the rain was still relatively light.

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On Nov. 9, police responded to a Madison Road home on a report of a car fire. Firefighters also responded to the address and saw the 2015 Chevrolet completely engulfed in flames. Firefighters were able to extinguish the flames and Westchester County conducted an investigation, which found th…