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Isaac E. Young Middle School Eighth Graders Sailed the Shoreline on the Shamrock IV and Strolled Glen Island Park to Learn Their History

November 17, 2018 - 10:52

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- About 120 Isaac E. Young Middle School eighth graders learned about our rich local history (and spotted plenty of jellyfish) when they sailed the shoreline on the Shamrock IV and strolled Glen Island Park to read the plaques with notes about the past.

New Rochelle City Historian Barbara Davis was their guide on the charter boat as they viewed sights such as Hudson Park and 80-acre Davids Island

Isaac E. Young Middle School Eighth Graders Sailed the Shoreline on the Shamrock IV and Strolled Glen Island Park to Learn Their History

New Rochelle High School Students Presented “The Immigration History of New Rochelle”

November 17, 2018 - 10:01

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- On Thursday, New Rochelle High School seniors Sarah Mendoza and Evan McCullough returned to Isaac E. Young Middle School, from which they both graduated, to present a slideshow called “The Immigration History of New Rochelle” to eighth-graders who are learning about the city's past.

 

New Rochelle High School Students Present “The Immigration History of New Rochelle”

Westchester Residents Invited to Wandering Prevention Program to Help Protect Loved Ones Living with Alzheimer’s Disease

November 17, 2018 - 04:17

NEW YORK, NY -- Westchester Residents Invited to Wandering Prevention Program to Help Protect Loved Ones Living with Alzheimer’s Disease

The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) will be holding a free wandering prevention program to help families learn how to protect and ensure the safety of their loved ones who live with Alzheimer’s  disease and other related dementias, and prevent them from wandering. 

Westchester Residents Invited to Wandering Prevention Program to Help Protect Loved Ones Living with Alzheimer’s Disease

AJC Westchester/Fairfield to Honor Two Attorneys – One from Westchester and One from Fairfield County - at the Judge Learned Hand Award Dinner at the Ritz Carlton New York

November 16, 2018 - 09:08

NEW YORK, NY --  AJC Westchester/Fairfield will be honoring Westchester attorney David Worby, Senior Founding Partner, Worby Vecchio & Edelman and Stamford attorney Michael J. Cacace, Founding Partner, Cacace Tusch & Santagata.

We are pleased to announce that U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal will be the Honorary Tribute Chair for this year’s Award Dinner.  

AJC Westchester

BREAKING: Multiple Reports of Arrests of New Rochelle Postal Employees

November 14, 2018 - 16:46

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Multiple sources have confirmed arrests of United States Postal Service employees. Sources say as many as 5 people were arrested as of Tuesday.

USPS officials have repeatedly denied there have been any arrests.

Allegations related to moving drugs and cash through the mail, stealing checks, check washing and more. One scheme reportedly involved employees “renting out” keys to Post Office Boxes so confederates could loot the contents of the PO Boxes.

New Rochelle Man Indicted for Murder of Homeless Woman Outside Naval Armory

November 14, 2018 - 16:24

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Jose Olmos, 29, a homeless man living in New Rochelle, was indicted and arraigned for murder in the death of a homeless woman outside a vacant armory building on Main Street.

A Westchester County Grand Jury indicted Olmos on three charges: Murder in the First Degree, a class A violent felony, and two counts of Murder in the Second Degree, also class A felonies, in the beating death of Nurten Seljuk July 27, 2018. Olmos’ next court appearance is Dec. 5, 2018.

If convicted, he faces a maximum sentence of life without parole.

Jose Olmos

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