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November 2015

Iona Drops Season Finale To Manhattan

November 03, 2015 - 09:21
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NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The Iona College women’s soccer team fell to Manhattan in the final game of the 2015 season, 5-1.  Senior Kim Marra scored Iona’s goal in her final game suiting up for the Gaels.

The Jaspers jumped out to a quick two goal lead in the opening 20 minutes with scores from senior Emily Ude and junior Jenny Bitzer.  The upperclassmen duo both scored via header opportunities, Ude’s coming off a 20-yard cross, and Bitzer’s via a corner kick.  Manhattan would take the two goal lead into the half.

Iona Drops Season Finale To Manhattan

The College of New Rochelle Hosts First Public Session of Common Core Task Force

November 03, 2015 - 09:16
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NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The College of New Rochelle recently hosted the first public session of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s newly formed Common Core Task Force. The Task Force is a diverse and highly qualified group of education officials, teachers, parents and state representatives from across New York that is charged with comprehensively reviewing and making recommendations to overhaul the current Common Core system and the way students are tested. The public session was held October 29 at Maura Hall.

From left, Jay Quaintance, Assistant Secretary for Education for New York State; Judith Huntington, President of The College of New Rochelle; and Task Force Chairman Richard D. Parsons, Senior Advisor, Providence Equity Partners, LLC and former Chairman of the Board of Citigroup, Inc.

United Water Offers Tips to Prevent Frozen Pipes

November 03, 2015 - 09:09
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WHITE PLAINS, NY -- United Water is reminding customers that now is the time to take steps to protect the water meter and prevent pipes from freezing this winter. Homeowners are responsible for preventing damage to the water meter and pipes inside their property line from damage caused by frost and external causes. They are also responsible for any costs that might be incurred to repair such damage. The following tips will help reduce the risk of costly repairs and inconvenience, which may result from a frozen or broken pipe.

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United Water Offers Tips to Prevent Frozen Pipes

Red Ribbon Week in New Rochelle Schools

November 03, 2015 - 09:04
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NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Red Ribbon Week in the CSDNR was a great success! At ALMS, Executive Board members of the NRHS SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) Club presented realistic skits to 8th graders addressing how to use refusal skills when confronted with peer pressure and situations involving drugs/alcohol. High school student athletes also spoke to 7th graders at an assembly regarding making healthy choices, resisting peer pressure and good decision making.

Red Ribbon Week in New Rochelle Schools

Dina Sarracino Obituary

November 03, 2015 - 08:57
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NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Dina Marie Sarracino a lifelong resident of New Rochelle, N.Y. passed on Saturday October 31, 2015 after a valiant battle with cancer, she was 47 years old. Dina was born on September 4, 1968 in New Rochelle and was the daughter of the late Cosmo and Antoinette Schiavonie Vallelonga. Dina is survived by her devoted husband Eric and loving daughter CassidyRose, brother Frank (Carmen) Vallelonga, sister- in- laws Emily (Eric) Lore and Helen Pettersen and brother-in-laws Charles (Lupe) Sarracino and Carmine (Linda) Sarracino Jr..

Dina Sarracino Obituary

Navigators Offer Help with Health Insurance During Open Enrollment

November 03, 2015 - 08:53
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NEW YORK, NY -- The open enrollment period for 2016 for the NY State of Health Marketplace began Sunday. Open enrollment runs through Jan. 31, but for coverage to begin on Jan. 1, residents must enroll or re-enroll in a plan by Dec. 15.

Residents who are currently enrolled in the Marketplace should receive information about renewing their coverage for 2016 directly from the NY State of Health Marketplace.

Navigators Offer Help with Health Insurance During Open Enrollment

New Rochelle Humane Society Changes Name to Humane Society of Westchester

November 03, 2015 - 08:40
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NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- In an effort to better reflect all the communities it serves in central and lower Westchester, the New Rochelle Humane Society has changed its name to the Humane Society of Westchester at New Rochelle.

Surrounded by officials and community leaders from some of the 19 communities in their service area, the organization’s leadership unveiled its new name and logo today at a news conference at the shelter’s headquarters at 70 Portman Road in New Rochelle.

New Rochelle Humane Society Changes Name to Humane Society of Westchester

New Rochelle Man Charged with Murder Nearly Six Years After Wife Found Dead in Manhattan Apartment

November 02, 2015 - 22:58
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NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Roderick Covlin, 42, of New Rochelle, NY was charged in New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan this morning with two counts of murder in the second-degree murder of Shele Covlin, his then-wife. Roderick Covlin reported to police that his then 9-year-old daughter found his wife strangled in their apartment at 155 West 68th Street on New Year’s Day 2010.

Do Not Vote for Bramson

November 02, 2015 - 16:18
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At a recent My Brother’s Keeper event at NRHS, Mayor Noam Bramson spoke about our “diverse community” as if to parlay to the crowd that this was a good thing and all is well in New Rochelle. He says this often publicly and it is often a statement that breezes through one ear and out the other. What does he mean by this “we live in a diverse community” – does it mean that we have black and white people here in New Rochelle? Yes. It means that. Does it mean that we are at peace and loving one another? No it does not mean that?

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