State Labor Department Releases Preliminary October 2017 Area Unemployment Rates

NEW YORK, NY -- The New York State Department of Labor today released preliminary local area unemployment rates for October 2017. Rates are calculated using methods prescribed by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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New Rochelle Cares AIP Celebrates Its Second Anniversary

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- On Sunday, November 19, members and volunteers of New Rochelle Cares AIP (Aging in Place) celebrated their second anniversary with a luncheon at Posto 22.

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There's Still Time to See Harvey Tonight, Tomorrow

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- If you missed the Theatre Works production of Harvey last night, fear not. You can still catch it tonight or tomorrow.

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Peer Tours for New Students Create Warmer Welcome at Trinity

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- When Trinity Elementary School fifth-graders Erick Alvarez and Catalina Fuentes recently showed a new schoolmate from Guatemala around the building, they were kicking off a program to help welcome students from other countries

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In Thanksgiving Parade and Beyond, NRHS Band Marches On

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- If you come out to see New Rochelle's Thanksgiving Parade on Saturday, be sure to cheer for the New Rochelle High School marching band.

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Webster Students Stage Show with Life-Size Puppets

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The papier mâché puppets were so large that it took three Daniel Webster Magnet School fourth-graders to operate just one.

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NRHS Students Take Environmental Lessons to Stone Barns Farm

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- They collected eggs, cooked dishes with beets, turmeric and kohlrabi straight from the farm, and shared a vegetarian meal, all as part of the Advanced Placement Environmental Science class.

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ALMS Teacher Marion Costa Leads Opening Doors Club for Students

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- A safe harbor for Albert Leonard Middle School LGBT students now exists, thanks to a new club led by teacher Marion Costa.

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