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In Celebration of Gail Giler

Dear Gail,

There is no training in life to prepare you to find someone you love as the subject of an article about the victim of a “deadly house fire.” You are simply left to battle the denial, impossibility, and the understanding that nothing is okay in this world anymore. 570 more words

Brain Thoughts

Maple Sugaring Sunday February 25 ~Ossining~


Stoke up the fire, it’s sugaring time at Teatown. From tapping to collecting, boiling to bottling, Teatown’s naturalists will be in Warren’s Sugar House sharing facts and folklore about this sweet time of year.

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Westchester County

Wandering In Westchester

Last night I started crashing.  My thoughts just got so overwhelming.  And with all that I’m dealing with, and have been dealing with, I know that this will happen sometimes; that I’ll have my down days.  701 more words

Lifestyle

Teatown Nature Center Winter Mini Camp February 19 ~Ossining~


Shake off the winter blues at Teatown! The week will be filled with games, crafts, and outdoor activities to energize the housebound child. Come for a day, or two or more of fun in the outdoors.

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Westchester County

Off-Duty Ossining Police Officer Rescues Woman, 75, From Car Trapped In Ravine

OSSINING, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A Westchester County woman has extra reason to give thanks this holiday season.

As CBS2’s Brian Conybeare reported, the 75-year-old was rescued by an off-duty police officer after her car plunged off a highway and down into a ravine. 298 more words

News

Trip 16: Hudson River, Manhattan to Ossining

By Vladimir Brezina

Saturday, 8 April 2000

Launched at Dyckman St. just after 8 a.m. Sunny day, with some haze at first. Current still ebbing, so paddled across the river and north along the Palisades. 569 more words

New York City

Parents On Alert After Attempted Lurings Reported In Ossining, Pleasantville

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Some Westchester parents are on high alert after two incidents involving strangers trying to lure children into their cars.

Earlier this week in Ossining, police said a man in a red or orange minivan drove up to a middle school girl and asked if she wanted a ride home. 90 more words

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