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  1. Pepsi Launches 'Healthy' Vending Machines

    Pepsi Launches 'Healthy' Vending Machines

    PepsiCo is putting a healthy spin on vending machines starting in 2016 with its new Hello Goodness vending machines, reports Consumerist. The vending machines -- which will include product nutrition information on a touchscreen display -- will offer PepsiCo products such as Naked Juice, Smartfood Delight popcorn, Lay’s Oven Baked potato chips, Quaker Real Medleys bars, Pure Leaf iced ...

  2. Work On I-95 Will Result In Delays, Closures

    Work On I-95 Will Result In Delays, Closures

    The New York Thruway Authority’s various maintenance activities on I-95 (New England Thruway) are set to begin Tuesday at 10 a.m. in New Rochelle.Starting on Tuesday at 10 a.m., the southbound exit 16 (North Avenue/Cedar Street) on ramp will be closed for the duration of the winter season to accommodate repairs. Ongoing bridge and pavement maintenance in the vicinity requires this ...

  3. Westchester's Tom Gardner Tells Iowa, New Hampshire Voters: Dump Trump

    Westchester's Tom Gardner Tells Iowa, New Hampshire Voters: Dump Trump

    ARMONK, N.Y. – Armonk resident and political blogger Tom Gardner is calling on Iowa and New Hampshire to “stop the madness” and silence Donald Trump, who owns an estate in Bedford, for good.With both states largely responsible for narrowing the field of candidates – as no president of modern times has won the presidency without winning at least one of the states’ elections – Gardner, ...

  4. Rye Pedestrian Critical After Being Hit By Two Vehicles

    Rye Pedestrian Critical After Being Hit By Two Vehicles

    This story has been updated.RYE, N.Y. -- A 51-year-old man is in critical condition after being struck by two vehicles in Rye on Sunday evening.Rye police said the pedesrian, visiting from the United Kingdom, was crossing Purchase Street at Cedar Street at about 6:30 p.m. .when he was hit by a southbound vehicle driven by a 65-year-old female who is a Rye resident.The pedestrian was ...

  5. Long-Range Forecast Predicts More Mild Temps In Pelham

    Long-Range Forecast Predicts More Mild Temps In Pelham

    Dreaming of a white Christmas? You may have to wait until next year. The relatively mild weather is expected to continue through the middle of December, according to the National Weather Service. The Polar Vortex is forecast to remain near the north pole, keeping Arctic air away from this region.The Climate Prediction Center is calling for above-normal temperatures across this area ...

  6. World's Largest White Deer Herd, Located Upstate, In Peril

    World's Largest White Deer Herd, Located Upstate, In Peril

    The rare white deer living and breeding for years at the former Seneca Army Depot in Seneca County face an uncertain future when the U.S. Army vacates the grounds in 2016, reports the Democrat and Chronicle. The Seneca County Industrial Development Agency (IDA) does not have the capability to maintain the 24 miles of fencing that protects the white deer in the 7,000-acre facility, and ...

  7. Amid Terror Attacks, Sheriff Urges Residents In Ulster To Carry Firearms

    Amid Terror Attacks, Sheriff Urges Residents In Ulster To Carry Firearms

    ULSTER COUNTY, N.Y. – Less than 24 hours after the shooting in San Bernardino, Calif., left 14 dead, the Ulster County Sheriff’s Office is urging residents to carry firearms, according to a statement by Ulster County Sheriff Paul Van Blarcum posted on Facebook.“In light of recent events that have occurred in the United States and around the world, I want to encourage citizens of Ulster ...

  8. Cuomo Continues Next Phase Of State's Fight To End AIDS Epidemic

    Cuomo Continues Next Phase Of State's Fight To End AIDS Epidemic

    In recognition of World AIDS Day, Gov. Andrew Cuomo made a series of announcements regarding the next phase of New York State’s plan to end the AIDS epidemic in the state. Cuomo is committing $200 million in new funding toward HIV/AIDS efforts, which is in addition to the $2.5 billion in public funding that the state currently directs toward addressing the disease. He is also calling on ...

  9. White Plains’ Mokomiya Receives 'Good' Rating In New York Times

    White Plains’ Mokomiya Receives 'Good' Rating In New York Times

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Ramen shop Mokomiya in White Plains received a good rating in a recent New York Times restaurant review.Noted for avoiding a fusion approach, the authentic ramen soups, otsumami (small bites), buta kimchi, chicken katsu curry, and salmon teriyaki were among the favorites, according to the review. In addition to serving sake and beer, they also serve calpico, a ...

  10. Westchester's Michael Bloomberg Says Government Won't Act On Climate Change

    Westchester's Michael Bloomberg Says Government Won't Act On Climate Change

    NORTH SALEM, N.Y. – Former mayor and North Salem resident Michael Bloomberg stated that climate change progress will be made by businesses, consumers and mayors with little to no help from state or federal government on Monday during a conference, reports Capital New York. Bloomberg continued to say during a conference at the Council on Foreign Relations in Manhattan that elected ...

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