Long-time Davis Principal William E. Harrell To Retire After 50 Years With New Rochelle Schools

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ImagesNEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Long-time Davis Principal William E. Harrell announced his plans to retire at the end of the current school year in a letter addressed to Davis Parents.

Harrell has worked in the New Rochelle School District for half a century, most of that time at Davis Elementary School.

"The New Rochelle City School District has been an important part of my life for the past 50 years," wrote Harrell. "Davis School has been the special "highlight" of my experience in the school district for the past 32
years."

Harrell described his mixed emotions in formally submitting his letter of retirement to the District effective June 30, 2013.

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Fruit Bandit Strikes Again: Multiple Cars Damaged By Fruit In New Rochelle

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Image fruitNEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The Fruit Bandit has struck again.

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Map: Where are the Journal News employees in your neighborhood?

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The map indicates the addresses of all Journal News Employees in the New York Tri-State area. Each dot represents an individual Journal News employee -- a reporter, editor or staffer. The data does not include freelancers — reporters or photographers — which can be hired without being an employee. Being included in this map does not mean the individual at a specific location is a responsible reporter or editor, just that they are a reporter or editor.

Data for all categories is included, but certain information is not available on an individual basis.

To create the map, Talk of the Sound submitted Google searches for the names and addresses of all Journal News employees in the New York Tri-State area. By state law, the information is public record.

Readers are still putting together records and could not immediately provide some data. The map will be updated when that data is released.

UPDATE: The Journal News has removed their gun map. Before you ask. "No, we are not taking down our map".

My Washington Examiner Op-Ed is now up: Why I will not be taking down my map of Journal News employees


View Journal News Employees in a larger map