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New Rochelle Sets Leaf Collection Date and Offers Mulch Demonstration

New Rochelle Sets Leaf Collection Date and Offers Mulch Demonstration

New Rochelle will not collect loose leaf piles.

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New Rochelle Sets Leaf Collection Date and Offers Mulch Demonstration

New Rochelle Sets Leaf Collection Date and Offers Mulch Demonstration

New Rochelle will not collect loose leaf piles.
Oktoberfest in New York Brings Brats, Bands & Beer

Oktoberfest in New York Brings Brats, Bands & Beer

Deck out your dirndls and latch up your lederhosen, it’s Oktoberfest!
Ray Rice, Dog Swim, Kosher Killer, Champion Boulders

Ray Rice, Dog Swim, Kosher Killer, Champion Boulders

and more from our local Patches this week
Westchester County Seeks Proposal for Youth Development Programs

Westchester County Seeks Proposal for Youth Development Programs

“Nothing is more important than providing a solid groundwork for our youth,” said Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino.

Kosher Meals for Killer, Heineken Green HQ, EZPass Overcharge, Italian Feast and more

plus credit card theft, daylight burglaries, pipeline expansion—it's our Daily Digest.
Sentator Stewart-Cousins visits New Rochelle YMCA

Sentator Stewart-Cousins visits New Rochelle YMCA

State Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins visits New Rochelle YMCA.
Iona College Faculty Members to Speak at Iona Prep Lecture Series

Iona College Faculty Members to Speak at Iona Prep Lecture Series

The Distinguished Lecture Series runs on Wednesday nights in New Rochelle starting Sept. 24.
Thruway Authority Forced to Issue Apology for Overcharging Thousands of E-ZPass Drivers

Thruway Authority Forced to Issue Apology for Overcharging Thousands of E-ZPass Drivers

“The Thruway Authority apologizes for this inconvenience,” the agency said in a statement.
Convicted Killer in Gruesome 2007 Triple Murder Sues for Kosher Meals in Prison

Convicted Killer in Gruesome 2007 Triple Murder Sues for Kosher Meals in Prison

Steven Hayes, on death row for the home invasion homicides of members of the Petit family, claims his civil rights are being violated.

DWI on the SBP, Fair Housing Fight, Golf All-Star, and New Rochelle Removes Ray Rice Memorabilia

plus Native American festival, Greenway grant and why it's bad to have a baby in New York: in our Daily Digest.
Westchester County Begins 9/11 Remembrances, Volunteer Efforts

Westchester County Begins 9/11 Remembrances, Volunteer Efforts

Volunteering is a great way to honor the memory of the victims of 9/11 and the heroes who came to help, says County Executive Rob Astorino.
New York One of 10 Worst States to Have a Baby, Report Says

New York One of 10 Worst States to Have a Baby, Report Says

The Empire State was ranked No. 45 on WalletHub's "Best and Worst States to Have a Baby" survey.
New Rochelle High School Removes Ray Rice Jersey, Plaque: Report

New Rochelle High School Removes Ray Rice Jersey, Plaque: Report

The National Football League is now facing new scrutiny and criticism over its handling of the whole incident.
NYC 9/11 Memorial Museum Opens on 13th Anniversary of Terrorist Attacks

NYC 9/11 Memorial Museum Opens on 13th Anniversary of Terrorist Attacks

Families of the nearly 3,000 victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks were permitted to enter the NYC 9/11 Memorial & Museum on Wednesday.

Brewster Rape, 9/11 Event, Primary Results and Golf Clubs Reject Obama

Plus Robert Plant, Town Hall meetings, Halloween Parade Registration and more in your Patch Daily Digest.
MHA Westchester Announces 2014 Honorees

MHA Westchester Announces 2014 Honorees

Three outstanding individuals will receive awards at MHA's annual benefit.
Rhythm & Reading

Rhythm & Reading

Grant from Arts Westchester supports special needs children.
Rock Icon Robert Plant to Play The Capitol Theatre Sept. 25

Rock Icon Robert Plant to Play The Capitol Theatre Sept. 25

Plant has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, won multiple Grammys, and was knighted for his services to music.
Purchase College Receives Top 10 Rank in U.S. News & World Report Survey

Purchase College Receives Top 10 Rank in U.S. News & World Report Survey

The rankings are based on several criteria, including graduation and retention rates, and faculty and financial resources.
President Obama Rejected by Westchester Golf Courses: News Report

President Obama Rejected by Westchester Golf Courses: News Report

Sources tell NBC New York that club officials weren't willing to bump their members on Labor Day weekend.