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A full 19,500 linear feet. That’s how much sanitary sewer pipe would need to be installed to connect 185 households in Hartsdale’s Ridge and Topland roads area to the town’s sewer system. The proposal, which is still in the community outreach stages, is estimated to cost residents in the new…

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Construction is underway on Ardsley Road in Edgemont where a private contractor hired by the town is building a 1,000-foot concrete sidewalk from the Ardsley and Highland roads Bee-Line bus stop behind Greenville Elementary School to the Fort Hill Road intersection.

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When Alison Singer found out her oldest daughter had profound autism, she knew she needed to pivot. An autism diagnosis is not something any parent expects to happen, but when it does, she said, “you have to respond.”

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Carolyn Warmus was convicted of murdering Betty Jean Solomon, wife of her lover, Greenville Elementary School teacher Paul Solomon, in 1992. But after two sensational trials — the first ended in a hung jury — and 27 years in prison, Warmus has never stopped proclaiming her innocence.

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Police went to a parking lot on S. Central Avenue April 28 after receiving a call from a woman who said someone broke the passenger side window of her parked car and took some of her belongings. Police say three additional larcenies involving a car window broken and things taken were reporte…

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Emergency personnel responded to a car crash May 2 on the Bronx River Parkway. At the time of dispatch, the parkway was open to bicycle traffic only. Fire crews responded to the intersection of the parkway and Fenimore Road. One bicyclist was injured and was taken to the hospital by Scarsdal…

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A report by the Scarsdale Forum’s Sustainability, Municipal Services, and Climate Resilience committees released April 22 urges the Scarsdale Board of Trustees to enact stricter rules for management of leaves and lawns in the village — and to do so immediately.

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The superintendent of a building on Campus Place April 20 told police three tenants in the building have been pushing letters under all the tenants’ doors complaining about the co-op board with information for getting board members kicked out. The letters were not signed but there was a cont…

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The virtual face-off April 12 between town supervisor candidates Paul Feiner, a three-decade incumbent, and challenger Tasha Young, wasn’t framed as a debate. The event’s sponsor, a student-run activist organization called the Westchester Youth Congress, had provided questions in advance, al…

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An Ardsley Road resident told police April 12 she discovered a delinquent account on a credit report stating she owes $90,000 to the Bank of America. She contacted the bank but they refused to talk to her after she was unable to answer security questions. She did succeed in obtaining an addr…

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As the May 1 deadline approaches for the village to adopt its 2021-22 budget, the Scarsdale Forum Fiscal Affairs Committee urged the Scarsdale Board of Trustees to reconsider its leaf collection program and to use late tax payment revenue for additional tax relief. The committee report relea…

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A 43-year-old female dialed 911 April 12 to report she witnessed an assault on Olmsted Road in the park near the library pond. A 19-year-old Scarsdale man told police he was walking through the park when he was pepper sprayed and then assaulted. He said he didn’t know the name of his assaila…

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A Mount Vernon man who allegedly entered school buildings unlawfully in communities across Westchester and in some instances may have stolen items was arraigned April 9 in county court on multiple charges, according to a statement issued by the Westchester district attorney’s office.

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Residents and community volunteers made their voices heard on the village’s tentative 2021-22 budget during a public hearing April 13, sharing both assent and dissent toward the $60.1 million proposal, which suggests a 2.99% increase to the village’s tax levy.

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Police responded to Brittany Close on a report of a burglary believed to have happened sometime in the afternoon or evening hours of April 9. The burglar or burglars appear to have entered the home by breaking a second floor window accessed from a balcony. Reported stolen are miscellaneous w…

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Members of the Hartsdale Neighbors Association met with the new leadership of the Greenburgh’s Department of Public Works on April 6 to hear plans for infrastructure projects in Hartsdale, including Four Corners revitalization, sidewalk construction on N. Washington Avenue and an update on t…

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The Scarsdale School Board and Village Board of Trustees met March 22 to review a number of common concerns and projects. Among the boards’ immediate concerns are the need to recruit and hire a new village manager, to iron out the process for the collection of school and village tax receipts…

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Police responded to a Dalewood Drive residence March 30 and met with Tierra Duquesne who had just been in a car accident. She said she was driving a car with temporary Texas registration when she lost control going around a curve and crashed into two cars parked in a Dalewood Drive driveway.…

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An “early morning” Metro-North Railroad commuter noticed some potentially hazardous and certainly unsightly things at Scarsdale train station, which the anonymous rider sees prior to heading to New York City and upon returning home five days a week.

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During the Scarsdale Board of Trustees’ annual organizational meeting on April 6, newly elected Mayor Jane Veron, who began her two-year term April 5, presented an ambitious vision and framework for the board of trustees’ operation.

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Ben Boykin, chair of the Westchester County Board of Legislators who represents the 5th District, which includes a large portion of White Plains and all of Scarsdale and West Harrison, participated in a virtual discussion March 18 on a myriad of topics related to policy and local economics f…

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Nolan Bansal has been going to the Scarsdale Public Library since he was a little kid. Years later, the library continued to be a special place for him as a senior at Scarsdale High School. He loved walking up and down the library’s aisles of books and searching for a nice, quiet place to si…

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Police responded to a report of a 17-year-old female struck by a car at a residence on Boulder Ridge Road March 23. On arrival, police saw the teen sitting in the driveway; she was alert and conscious and able to answer questions but was holding her right leg in a bent position. There was a …

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Mark and Victoria Nadler of 171 Brite Ave. filed an Article 78 in the Supreme Court of the State of New York Westchester County March 25 against the Village of Scarsdale Board of Architectural Review and EJK 4 Kingston LLC, the owners of the property that has a sideyard hill that adjoins the…

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Jamar Ephraim Weir, 24, from the Bronx, was arrested March 27 on Post Road and Huntington Avenue, charged with aggravated driving while intoxicated. He was also charged with speeding and aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle. During traffic enforcement using radar, police saw a white …

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Amid increasing incidents of identity theft relating to the filing of bogus Unemployment Insurance (UI) claims, Westchester District Attorney Miriam Rocah is urging county residents to be vigilant about monitoring and safeguarding all personal information.

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The Scarsdale Board of Trustees voted unanimously March 23 to adopt a report outlining a number of recommendations for the Scarsdale Police Department, as required of all local governments in New York directed to study their police operations and make suggestions for improvement.

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While monitoring speed on N. Central Avenue March 15 patrol saw two BMWs, one black, one white, speeding southbound. Police heard the drivers rev the engines in a coordinated drag race. The race continued south in the area of S. Central and W. Hartsdale avenues at which point the officer act…

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Scarsdale Business Alliance (SBA) has reopened the Dine the ‘Dale outdoor dining space in Scarsdale Village on Spencer Place between Harwood Court and East Parkway.

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Vivian Guo was sitting in her room scrolling through social media when she heard about the shootings in Atlanta last Tuesday. At first, she didn’t quite comprehend the gravity of what had happened. With many people already posting about hate crimes committed against Asian Americans and Pacif…