The FieldHome nursing home is hosting a Fall Festival Saturday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The event will feature arts & crafts vendors, a classic car show, a pumpkin patch, chowder-fried dough crepes, live entertainment a fall flower sale and a bake sale. A Kids Zone will feature pumpkin… Read More →
The Yorktown Teen Center will host a Grand Opening celebratory dinner Oct. 22 from 6 to 9 p.m. The decade-old Teen Center program nearly ended with the Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester withdrew its financial support earlier this year. Town officials pondered funding the program or turning its… Read More →
Westchester County Legislator George Oros and Yorktown Councilman Nick Bianco have endorsed Republican Town Board candidate Mark Drexel in next month’s election. “Mark Drexel is a man of impeccable integrity and honesty,” Oros said in a press release. “From my work with Mark to protect Yorktown taxpayers, I know he… Read More →
Yorktown police Lt. Richard Malan made more money last year than the town supervisor and every department head, including his chief. To view the salaries of every Yorktown municipal employee, click here: Yorktown salaries, 2008. Related story: “Other pay ” drives up Yorktown wages.
Republican Town Board candidate Terrence Murphy has been endorsed by the Yorktown Police Benevolent Association. “Having the Yorktown PBA support my candidacy is very important to me,” Murphy said in a press release. Murphy attributed the endorsement, in part, to his concerns about a proposal by Supervisor Don Peters to… Read More →