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  1. ARDSLEY — Detective sues footwear company for injuries

  2. DOBBS FERRY — Village challenges Landing’s lockup of beach

  3. HASTINGS — Village unveils design for Reynolds Playground

  4. IRVINGTON — Officials consider concerns about parking lot plan

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Trent Snyder of Irvington and Tomas Correa of Sleepy Hollow perform during the Clocktower Players’ showcase on Friday, Aug. 7, at Mercy College. The event was the culmination of the community theater company’s second Summer Stage session, a three-week program that includes lessons in acting, dancing and singing. Clocktower is the resident troupe at the Irvington Town Hall Theater.

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5+3+8 = a crossroads of faiths in Hastings

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Rivertowns residents help reconstruct desegregation crisis

By Jackie Lupo

F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote, “Show me a hero and I’ll write you a tragedy.” HBO’s new miniseries, “Show Me a Hero,” premiering this Sunday, Aug. 16, completes that prescription with the story of a man undone by the Yonkers desegregation crisis a quarter century ago.

The series is based on the 1999 book of the same name by Dobbs Ferry resident Lisa Belkin, formerly of The New York Times and now chief national correspondent for Yahoo News. A main character is Nay Wasicsko-McLaughlin of Hastings, whose first husband, Nick Wasicsko, was the mayor of Yonkers caught in the crossfire. Read more >

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Lisa Belkin of Dobbs Ferry sits at the desk in her home office.