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POWER FAILURE CLOSES EDGEMONT HIGH SCHOOL

A power failure reported last night at Edgemont Junior Senior High School has resulted in the school being closed today. The elementary schools are both open. 94 more words

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Alleged Drunken Wrong-Way Driver Charged In Crash That Killed NYPD Detective

GREENBURGH, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — An alleged wrong-way driver accused of causing a crash that killed an off-duty NYPD police detective had a blood alcohol content above the legal limit at the time of the incident, authorities said Monday. 211 more words

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GREENBURGH POLICE ARREST 11 IN MASSAGE PARLOR CRACKDOWN

Greenburgh police yesterday arrested 11 women, ranging in age from 18 to 54, and charged them with unlawfully operating as licensed massage therapists without having the requisite state license. 703 more words

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GREENBURGH FAILS TO MAKE THE CUT AMONG BEST PLACES TO LIVE IN NEW YORK

The Town of Greenburgh may have the highest ranked school district in the entire country, but the Town itself not only didn’t crack the top ten places to live in New York — when nine of the ten were from Westchester County — it didn’t even make a list of the top 50. 581 more words

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TOWN OF NEW CASTLE INTRODUCES ECC'S PROPOSED MASSAGE LAW; GREENBURGH REFUSES TO WITHDRAW MISLEADING LETTER TO ATTORNEY GENERAL

The northern Westchester town of New Castle last week introduced the law drafted by the Edgemont Community Council to bar houses of prostitution from fronting as massage parlors, while the Town of Greenburgh today refused a request to withdraw a letter it sent to the state Attorney General seeking an opinion that towns in New York are barred from enacting such legislation. 1,470 more words

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NYPD detective killed in wrong-way crash on Sprain Brook Parkway

GREENBURGH, N.Y. (PIX11)–¬† Police are investigating the death of an NYPD detective who was hit by a driver going the wrong way on the Sprain Brook Parkway Friday morning. 124 more words

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TOWN ATTORNEY'S LETTER TO ATTORNEY GENERAL MISSTATES MASSAGE LAW'S PURPOSE

The Town this evening released a copy of the letter a deputy town attorney sent  last week to the Office of the New York State Attorney General asking whether state law bars the Town from enacting the legislation submitted by the Edgemont Community Council that would bar brothels or houses of prostitution from fronting as massage parlors. 1,209 more words

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