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New Rochelle Man, a Bronx Special Educator, Sentenced on Child Porn Charges

August 30, 2018 - 18:18

WHITE PLAINS, NY -- Tyler Davidson, 38, of New Rochelle was sentenced Tuesday by Acting Supreme Court Judge Susan Cacace to ten years probation for promoting and possessing images of child sexual exploitation. At the time of his arrest in March, Davidson was a special education teacher at Lewis and Clark High School in the Bronx. Davidson has been ordered to surrender his teaching license.

Tyler Davidson

New Rochelle School District Teacher Named Editor of Science and Children Magazine

August 29, 2018 - 13:59

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Elizabeth Barrett-Zahn, the science coordinator for Columbus Elementary School in the City School District of New Rochelle, has been named editor of Science and Children, a national award-winning peer-reviewed practitioners’ journal from the National Science Teachers Association with an audience of preK–5 science educators.

New Rochelle School District Teacher Named Editor of Science and Children Magazine

Engel Statement on the Passing of Senator John S. Mccain

August 29, 2018 - 13:49

WASHINGTON, DC -- Representative Eliot L. Engel, Ranking Member of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, this evening released the following statement:

“Pat and I join in the heartbreak of Americans across the country tonight learning of the loss of John McCain. History will record Senator McCain as one of the great Americans of the 20th and 21st centuries. His legacy is one of dignity, integrity, and tireless service to the country he loved.

Engel Statement on the Passing of Senator John S. Mccain

Municipal Water Usage Bill Signed into Law

August 29, 2018 - 12:01

WHITE PLAINS, NY -- State Assemblyman Steve Otis and State Senator Shelley Mayer today announced that Governor Cuomo has signed their legislation to simplify the process by which municipalities can access customer water usage data from private water companies for the purpose of helping fund clean water infrastructure projects. The legislation was requested by 14 Westchester local governments to assist them in obtaining water use information and help them lower the cost to taxpayers.

Municipal Water Usage Bill Signed into Law

08/30 Blood Drive at New Rochelle Public Library 2 PM

August 28, 2018 - 20:01

Blood Drive at New Rochelle Public Library

One Library Plaza Lawton Street, New Rochelle

 

Thursday, August 30, 2018

2 pm to 7 pm

 

Meeting Room and Stage

Open to the Public... invite everyone you know!

 

To schedule an appointment to donate, go to

www.RedCrossBlood.org and enter sponsor keyword: NRPL

New donors needed! Walk in welcome!

 

08/30 Blood Drive at New Rochelle Public Library 2 PM

New Rochelle Man, 21, Dies in Tragic Crash a Week After Buying Motorcycle

August 27, 2018 - 01:06

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Jordan Chin died today. He was 21 years old.

He was killed in a one-vehicle crash when he lost control of his motorcycle while driving on Memorial Highway in New Rochelle. Police closed streets in the area around Exit 16 of the New England Thruway for hours.

Family members gathered outside the Emergency Room at Montefiore New Rochelle Hospital told Talk of the Sound Chin he was excited about driving his new motorcycle when his license arrived yesterday. 

Jordan Chin

Muslim Nonprofit Donating 500 Backpacks with School Supplies on Aug 25 & Aug 26 in Yonkers & New Rochelle

August 24, 2018 - 14:35

WHITE PLAINS, NY -- On Saturday, August 25 & Sunday, August 26, 2018, the Islamic Circle of North America Relief ( ICNA Relief; www.icnarelief.org), will distribute 500 backpacks with school supplies to the Yonkers and New Rochelle neighborhoods in Westchester County. The first distribution took place on last Saturday on August 18th in South Yonkers.

Muslim Nonprofit Donating 500 Backpacks with School Supplies on Aug 25 & Aug 26 in Yonkers & New Rochelle

Engel Statement on Charlottesville Anniversary

August 24, 2018 - 14:21

WASHINGTON, DC -- Congressman Eliot L. Engel issued the following statement:

“One year ago today a heinous demonstration of racial hate turned violent, leaving one young woman dead and a nation reeling. In the year since that infamous day, we have seen no clear attempt by this President to denounce those responsible for the horror in Charlottesville, or bring our country together. Instead of healing, we've watched him blame both sides, and use his rhetoric to divide us, rather than unite us.

Engel Statement on Charlottesville Anniversary

One Flag, 14,500-Miles, 110 Days, 150,000 Riders; Ninth Annual Patriot Tour Travels Through New York August 17 - 18. All Funds to Vets in Need

August 24, 2018 - 14:18

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The ninth annual Patriot Tour, a 110-day, 14,500-mile journey during which motorcycle riders carry our nation’s flag city-to-city through all 48 continental states to raise money for disabled veterans and their families, launches on Saturday, May 19 from Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, confirmed Bill Sherer, founder and executive director of The Nation of Patriots. 

One Flag, 14,500-Miles, 110 Days, 150,000 Riders; Ninth Annual Patriot Tour Travels Through New York August 17 - 18. All Funds to Vets in Need

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