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Sam Barron

Community Editor sbarron@dailyvoice.com

An (almost) lifelong Westchester resident, Sam has reported on all facets of Westchester since he graduated from Ryerson University with a degree in print journalism, including stints at North County News and The Examiner. A film columnist for WAG Magazine, Sam's moviegoing expertise has been profiled in the New York Times and he was a featured guest on VH1's Big Morning Buzz Live.

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  1. Area Native George H.W. Bush Accused Of Groping 16-Year-Old

    Area Native George H.W. Bush Accused Of Groping 16-Year-Old

    A woman is accusing former president George H.W. Bush of groping her when she was 16 years old.Roslyn Corrigan said Bush, a Greenwich native, groped her buttocks at a Nov. 2003 event in Texas according to Time Magazine when they were getting their picture taken. Six women have accused Bush of groping them.The 93-year-old Bush was 79 years old at the time of the alleged ...

  2. CareMount Medical Lends A Hand To Puerto Rico

    CareMount Medical Lends A Hand To Puerto Rico

    CareMount Medical is leading the way to help the people of Puerto Rico.At its 43 locations, the company has set up ways for people to donate items like diapers, food, batteries and flashlights to the island, which suffered extensive damage following Hurricane Maria. Employees have also joined forces igniting their donation efforts with firehouses, police departments, churches and small ...

  3. Former Hudson Valley HS Basketball Player Suiting Up For Penn State

    Former Hudson Valley HS Basketball Player Suiting Up For Penn State

    Taylor Nussbaum is about to play basketball on the big stage.Nussbaum is playing for the Penn State Nittany Lyons after playing at John Jay-Cross River High School, White Plains High School and at Cheshire Academy in Connecticut.At White Plains, Nussbaum earned all-section and all-league and was ranked No. 13 in New York State for the Class of 2017. "We’re impressed with his work ...

  4. Gordon Ramsay Visits Hudson Valley Restaurant For New Show

    Gordon Ramsay Visits Hudson Valley Restaurant For New Show

    Bella Gianna's in Rockland County just got put through the ringer.The restaurant in Congers was visited by celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay for his new FOX show "24 Hours to Hell and Back." On the show, Ramsay, known for his acerbic wit and harsh critiques, has just 24 hours to turn a failing restaurant into a successful one. On the show, Ramsey has Hell on Wheels, a 70-foot long ...

  5. Prestigious Country Club In Hudson Valley Just Says No To Trump Portrait

    Prestigious Country Club In Hudson Valley Just Says No To Trump Portrait

    One of the nation's most prestigious golf clubs has decided it doesn't want the president's portrait on display.Winged Foot Golf Club in Mamaroneck is refusing to hang a portrait of President Donald Trump, who is a member of the club, according to Page Six. Republican members of the club have been pushing to honor the president, according to Page Six.Speculation is the club doesn't want ...

  6. Wappingers Falls Supermarket To Close, Lay Off 83 Employees

    Wappingers Falls Supermarket To Close, Lay Off 83 Employees

    WAPPINGERS FALLS, N.Y. -- Wappingers Falls is losing its supermarket.Tops Friendly Markets, at 1357 Route 9 in Wappingers Falls, announced it is closing its doors on Feb. 1 and laying off 83 employees. The company filed a WARN notice with the State Department of Labor and said the reasons were "economic."Tops took over the location, which was formally a Stop & Shop, after ...

  7. Hudson Valley's Megyn Kelly Compares Garrison's Roger Ailes To Kim Jong-Un

    Hudson Valley's Megyn Kelly Compares Garrison's Roger Ailes To Kim Jong-Un

    Megyn Kelly, a Hudson Valley resident, said Roger Ailes, a Garrison resident, sexually harassed her when she worked at Fox News.In an interview with Deadline, Kelly, who lives in Rye, discussed sexual harassment and sexual assault, which has become a focus of her new show, "Megyn Kelly Today." Ailes was ousted from FOX News after allegations of sexual harassment at the ...

  8. Constitutional Convention Fails In New York, Pension Forfeiture Passes

    Constitutional Convention Fails In New York, Pension Forfeiture Passes

    The New York State Constitution will remain the same...at least for the next 20 years.New Yorkers overwhelmingly opposed calling a Constitutional Convention, 78 percent to 16 percent. The ballot measure was opposed by labor groups, politicians and numerous organizations on both the left and the right. A constitutional convention will again be on the ballot in 2037.In Westchester, the ...

  9. Langley Wins Putnam Sherriff Race Vs. Smith; Other County Election Results

    Langley Wins Putnam Sherriff Race Vs. Smith; Other County Election Results

    There's a new sheriff in town.Robert Langley defeated longtime incumbent Sheriff Don Smith, 50 percent to 48 percent, 11,732 votes to 11,397 votes, with 100 percent precincts reporting, according to unofficial results from the Putnam County Board of ElectionsSmith, who was first elected in 2001, had touted the county's low crime rate while Langley focused on Smith's feud and subsequent ...

  10. Learn About Proposed Beacon Line Rail Trail

    Learn About Proposed Beacon Line Rail Trail

    Metro-North and the Hudson River Valley Greenway are looking for the public's input on the Beacon Line Rail Trail.Two public information meetings are being held, one on Monday, Nov. 13 in Pawling and one on Tuesday, Nov. 14 in Carmel to discuss the creation of the trail, which will be part of the Empire State Trail,  a 750-mile bike and walking pathway from New York City to Canada and ...

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