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Bramson Stirs Embers of Dormant Group Home Controversy to Generate Attention for Himself

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NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The short-lived controversy over a proposal for a group home in the East End of New Rochelle had all but extinguished itself after the City of New Rochelle agreed to a request from the neighborhood to file an appeal with the New York State Office of Mental Health.

New Rochelle's First and Only Walgreen's Set to Close July 30, Former Home of Thruway Diner

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NewRochelleWalgreensNEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Walgreen's has confirmed that will close their story at 810 N. Main Street in New Rochelle on July 30th.

Attorney for New Rochelle Schools Threatens Legal Action Against Talk of the Sound After Freedom of Information Request for Aramark Records

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JeffreyKehlNEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Jeffrey Kehl, the attorney for the City School District of New Rochelle, has threatened legal action against Talk of the Sound after initiating an exchange regarding a Freedom of Information request filed by Ta

GETTING RESULTS: U.S Attorney Preet Bahara Blasts New Rochelle School District for Failure to Evacuate Students with Disabilities During Evacuation, "Never an excuse."

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BhararapreetheadshotNEW YORK, NY -- Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced today the filing and settlement of a lawsuit against the City School District of New Rochelle fo

JOURNAL NEWS: Bramson County Executive Campaign Used Same Media Firm That Cuomo Protected from Moreland Commision

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Elizabeth Ganga of the Journal News has an interesting "tidbit" about New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson:

In her article Buying Time under the microscope, she writes:

New Rochelle Schools IT Director Blocked Emails from Westchester County Executive Program to Rewards High-Achieving Students with Free Season Passes to Playland

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Image001NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The highest achieving and most dedicated middle school and high school students in the New Rochelle public schools were kept in the dark about a program launched by Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino to reward students with exceptionall