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November 2016

Last Second Basket Lifts Men’s Basketball to Win Over ASA

November 27, 2016 - 05:19

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- In a hard-fought, back and forth game against ASA College on Tuesday, a pair of sophomores stepped up in the last moments to help lift the Monroe College Men's Basketball team to an 80-78 victory. Sophomore Tyler Ancrum drove through the point and earned one of his four assists on a pass to classmate Hampus Ahlin, who sank a 12-footer with less than two seconds left, breaking a 78-78 tie.

Last Second Basket Lifts Men’s Basketball to Win Over ASA

Iona MBB Takes Down Weber State; Advances To Great Alaska Shootout Final

November 27, 2016 - 04:54

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Graduate guards Sam Cassell Jr. and Jon Severe combined for 34 points Friday to lead the Iona College men's basketball team into the 2016 GCI Great Alaska Shootout title game with a 76-54 semifinal victory over Weber State at the Alaska Airlines Center. The Gaels face Nevada for the championship in a rematch of last Sunday's shootout in Reno.

Iona MBB Takes Down Weber State; Advances To Great Alaska Shootout Final

Women’s Basketball Earns 66-50 Victory Over Mohawk Valley

November 27, 2016 - 03:54

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The Monroe College Women's Basketball team improved to 3-1 at home on Tuesday with a 66-50 victory over Mohawk Valley Community College. The Mustangs are now 6-2 on the season and are more than halfway to last season's win total (10).

Monroe took the lead from the start. A Jada Banks jumper with three minutes left to the quarter gave the Mustangs a 10-point lead, 20-10. The Mustangs ended the quarter with a 16-point lead after a three-pointer from Lisana Burnett brought the score to 31-15.

Women’s Basketball Earns 66-50 Victory Over Mohawk Valley

Iona MBB's Late Run Seals Win Over Drake At Great Alaska Shootout

November 27, 2016 - 03:37

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Graduate guard Sam Cassell Jr. delivered 15 points and seven assists to power a big second-half surge for Iona College men's basketball team on Thursday as the Gaels outlasted Drake, 64-53, for a first-round victory in the GCI Great Alaska Shootout at the Alaska Airlines Center.

The Maroon & Gold ended the game on a 14-1 run. Iona faces Weber State tomorrow at 12:00 am ET in the tournament’s second semifinal. The game can be seen on tape delay at 2:00 am ET on CBS Sports Network.

Iona MBB's Late Run Seals Win Over Drake At Great Alaska Shootout

Taste of the Sound: Maestro’s

November 24, 2016 - 07:07
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Maestro’s 

  • Address: 1329 North Ave, New Rochelle, NY 10804
  • Phone Number: (914) 636-6813
  • Trip Advisor rank: #52 of 153 Restaurants in New Rochelle [4.0 of 5 bubbles 10 Reviews]
  • Cuisines: Italian
  • Cost: $$$

Hours

  • Mon12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Tue12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Wed12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Thu12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Fri12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Sat12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
  • Sun3:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Yelp 5 Star Comment 

Taste of the Sound: Maestro’s

New Rochelle Schools Superintendent Issues Statement on Election of Donald Trump as President

November 23, 2016 - 18:56

Since our last meeting on November 1st there was an election for President of the United States. In the wake of this Presidential election, many voices have been heard throughout the country and here in New Rochelle. Some of those voices have expressed concern about divisions among us; some have expressed hope that we will be able to come together as one country; and some have expressed messages of hate and contempt for others which are deeply troubling.

New York Assemblywoman Paulin’s “No More Freddies” Legislation Would Require SED to Provide School Districts With Results of Criminal Background Checks

November 23, 2016 - 18:18

ALBANY, NY —  Most New Yorkers know that public school teachers and administrators are subject to a criminal background check. What few realize is that this is a one time event, at the time of initial hire, and that records of criminal convictions obtained as a result are withheld from local school districts save one, New York City. As a result, school districts throughout the state have unwittingly hired convicted criminals, even for senior administrative positions.

Assemblywoman Amy Paulin

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