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Thursday, April 28, 2016

Stepinac High School Hall of Fame Welcomes Newest Class

Archbishop Stepinac High School will hold a Hall of Fame Reception and Induction ceremony at 6:30 p.m., Thursday May 5 at the school, 950 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains.
The six inductees will join Stepinac’s Honor Roll begun in 1994 that recognizes distinguished alumni, faculty, groups or families for their significant contributions to the success of the school.
They inductees are:
Art Ciocca (Class of ’55), distinguished alumnus and long-time benefactor and Chairman Emeritus of The Wine Group, the world’s third largest wine product by group.
Michael Frey (Class of ’84), the Eastchester Police Officer who was killed in the line of duty 20 years ago. His family will be on hand for Stepinac’s moving tribute to Frey’s young life. Frey is the eighth Stepinac alumnus to be inducted posthumously into the Hall of Fame.
Kevin Keane (Class of ’74), distinguished alumnus and long-time benefactor of his alma mater, Chairman of Stepinac’s Board of Trustees and Managing Partner of PFK O’Connor Davies, ranked by “Inside Pubic Accounting” as one of the nation’s top accounting and advisory firms.
Michael O’Donnell, Stepinac Athletic Director and Head Varsity Football Coach for more than 35 years and winning coach of two consecutive CHSFL Titles and the 2015 NY State Catholic Football Championship
Deborah and Edward Robinson (Class of ’58), distinguished alumnus and benefactors as Trustees of the Edward & Deborah Robinson Scholarship. Edward is retired President and COO of Avon Products, Inc., the well-known, worldwide manufacturer of beauty and related products. .

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Jewish History Event To Be Held In White Plains

Westchester's Jewish History and Heritage Month Celebration will take place on Monday, May 16.
A meet and greet with the County Board of Legislators and a light reception will precede the annual ceremony.
Nigel Savage, executive director of HAZON, will be the special guest speaker.
The event begins at 6 p.m. on the 8th floor of the Michaelian Office Building at 148 Martine Ave. in White Plains.
The Westchester County Board of Legislators and the Westchester Jewish Council will host the event.

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Landlords of Misrule

... tens of millions of dollars a year for each former president. The Clintons' home in Chappaqua is served by the White Plains office of the Secret Service, which was already well-staffed before the Clintons' home purchase (largely because many ...

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Angry Geese Converging On White Plains High School

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. A pair of sometimes-angry geese have nested at White Plains High School, causing some community members worry but no actual injuries, according to lohud.com. The goose and gander couple angrily honk and fly at other geese approaching the high school campus, lohud.com reported.

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The $74 million award that Jarden's board values at zero

... to meet both targets even without making any additional deals, Charles Strauzer, senior managing director at White Plains, New York-based CJS Securities Inc., said by phone. CJS has received banking fees from Jarden. "If this kind of growth rate ...

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Saturday, April 18, 2015

White Plains Celebrates Earth Day With Exhibits, Music, And Lots Of Chalk

Dozens of children's environmental goals and drawings lined the White Plains Galleria Mall Saturday during the city's annual Earth Day Celebration. Hosted on Court Street for the first time, the event featured Earth Day-themed exhibits, live music and readings by local author and storyteller Laura Scott Schaefer.

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Angry Geese Converge On White Plains High School

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. A pair of sometimes-angry geese have nested at White Plains High School, causing some community members worry but no actual injuries, according to lohud.com. The goose and gander couple angrily honk and fly at other geese approaching the high school campus, lohud.com reported.

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