Somers’ Froggy’s Deli To Open In New Location

Froggy’s Deli in Somers has become well-known for its dazzling array of signature sandwiches, and its undying dedication to customers. And now the popular family-owned and operated Westchester eatery is bringing the party to Pawling in nearby Dutchess County.

Somers Real Estate Agents Honored At Annual Awards & Networking Lunch

Westchester Real Estate, Inc. recently celebrated the accomplishments of their top agents in an expanding 2016 real estate market, along with providing a 2017 home-finance outlook and introducing new listing tools now at the agents’ disposal. Agents honored at the exclusive Awards & Networking luncheon at The Briarcliff Manor on March 3 for their professional sales achievements during 2016 were: — Cristina Gameiro, Doug Servello, and the team of Anthony Ruperto & Tom Ricapito from J. Philip Real Estate in Briarcliff Manor; As guest speaker, Moore shared insights on a variety of financial considerations and an outlook on lending for the remainder of 2017, along with offering his congratulations to the award recipients.

Somers Girls Earn Girl Scouts’ Ultimate Honor – Prestigious Gold Award

Two members of Somers Girl Scout Troop 2088 just earned the highest award a Girl Scout can earn – the Gold Award. Amy Rios, a senior at Somers High School, and Kiersten Hughes, a Somers resident who attends Maria Regina High School in Hartsdale, were recognized for their individual projects at the Girl Scout Heart of the Hudson Gold Award Ceremony Saturday at the Poughkeepsie Grand Hotel.

Snowfall Projections For Storm That Will Sweep Through Somers

Motorists should allow extra time for their Friday morning commute and be prepared for slippery conditions as a winter storm system moves through the area late Thursday into Friday. Snowfall accumulation of between 1 and 3 inches is expected in the Hudson Valley, according to both the National Weather Service and AccuWeather.com.

Missing Katonah Man Found, State Police Say

The 41-year-old man who went missing in Katonah Friday night was found Saturday morning, state police said in an announcement just before 9 a.m. At the request of State Police in Somers, a Missing Person Alert has been issued by the Division of Criminal Justice Services related to the disappearance of a 41-year-old Northern Westchester man. Reiko Imazaki of Katonah is described by authorities as an Asian male wearing a black hat and green overcoat.

Somers Volunteer Takes Animal Rescue In Different Direction

The first to find a home was a dachshund from a high-kill shelter in Harlem, but the group of Bergen, Rockland and Tolland County women who placed him have much more in store for animals in need. Real Dog Rescue was founded last December by five friends who met through their work at Oakland’s RBARI and left to take things in a different direction: “Our mission is to take in every dog that we can, regardless of their age, breed, medical condition or where they come from,” Chapman told Daily Voice.

Somers Students Present ‘Les Mis’

Performances of the play, also known by the abbreviation “Les Mis,” are scheduled for March 17 at 7:30 p.m., March 18 at 7:30 p.m. and March 19 at 2 p.m. All of the performances will be held at the Webster. W Keefe Auditorium.

Westchester Elder Law Attorney Anthony Enea Explains Why Not All Powers of Attorney Are Created Equal

On March 16, Westchester elder law attorney Anthony J. Enea of Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano, LLP in White Plains and Somers, N.Y. will address the importance of an effectively drafted power of attorney in an educational program to the Mount Vernon Bar Association. With millions of baby boomers coming of age, Mr. Enea urges those in or approaching their elder years to closely examine the language contained in their power of attorney to ensure it’s sufficiently broad.

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Somers Will Enjoy Spring Fling With Temperature Surging To 60

The Hudson Valley will enjoy unseasonably warm temperatures the next two days as a storm system that will bring blizzard conditions to parts of the Upper Midwest, will push a surge of warmth to the Northeast. “Temperatures are expected to reach into the 50s F as far north as upstate New York and southern Maine on Thursday, while 60-degree Fahrenheit temperatures push into northern Pennsylvania and southern New York,” AccuWeather Meteorologist Kyle Elliott said.

Retired Officer Pleads Guilty In Crash That Killed Somers Teaching Aide

Richard O’Keefe pleaded guilty Wednesday to criminally negligent homicide and agreed to a one-year sentence in the death of Frances Ghelarducci during a crash in 2015, according to lohud.com . O’Keefe, a retired Carmel police officer, who will serve his sentence at the Putnam County Jail, hit a Jeep on Route 6 and killed the Somers teaching assistant on Nov. 14, 2015, said lohud.com.

O’Keefe Pleads Guilty In Crash That Killed Somers Teaching Aide

Richard O’Keefe pleaded guilty Wednesday to criminally negligent homicide and agreed to a one-year sentence in the death of Frances Ghelarducci during a crash in 2015, according to lohud.com . O’Keefe, a retired Carmel police officer, who will serve his sentence at the Putnam County Jail, hit a Jeep on Route 6 and killed the Somers teaching assistant on Nov. 14, 2015, said lohud.com.

Astorino Announces Presentation on World War II Battle

County Executive Robert P. Astorino invites history enthusiasts and those interested in the art of war to a multimedia presentation about one of the toughest battles in the Pacific theater during World War II, Saturday, February 25, 2 p.m. at Lasdon Park, Arboretum and Veterans Memorial in Somers. “This presentation shows the valor of the men and women in our armed forces in the face of a determined enemy,” Astorino said.

Westchester Offering Affordable Housing

Attached is a flyer with new Affordable Homeownership Opportunities in Westchester County, courtesy Legislator Catherine Parker, with an Application Deadline set for April 24, 2017. Available are Condos, Single and Three Family Homes located in: Bedford, Buchanan, Cortlandt, Harrison, Lewisboro, Mount Pleasant, North Castle, Pelham Manor, Pound Ridge, Somers and Yorktown.

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Ex-Monticello mayor wants conviction tossed

… he is appealing that decision. Jenkins could not be reached for comment Tuesday. His lawyer, William Martin of Somers in Westchester County, said the indictments against Jenkins were flawed. In one grand jury proceeding, he said the forewoman was …

Somers Girls’ Rise Profiled In ‘Inside Lacrosse’

The Somers Girls Lacrosse program has come a long way since three fathers took over the fledgling league more than a decade ago. The story of the team is so inspiring that “Inside Lacrosse” recently profiled the three men who raised a handful of girls who didn’t know a thing about the game to powerhouse players on the Somers High School Varsity Team in addition to many college teams.

Sex Offender Moves To Somers

A registered sex offender has moved into a home in Somers, according to the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services . The man, 36-year-old David Treacy, was convicted of promoting or possessing a sexual performance by a female under 17 years old in 2015 in the upstate town of Colonie near Albany.

Stormy Weather Pattern Could Bring Heavy Snow To Somers

Hudson Valley residents who enjoyed the mildest January in more than 10 years could soon be seeing a heavy dose of winter weather — and some significant snowstorms — in February. The longterm forecast comes just as Punxsutawney Phil saw his own shadow during the annual Groundhog Day ritual on Thursday, meaning, according to tradition at least, we’re in for six more weeks of cold weather and snow.

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