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  1. ARDSLEY — Helping hands team up for day of caring

  2. DOBBS FERRY — Village plans to upgrade patch of green

  3. HASTINGS — Library leaders to share award spotlight

  4. REGION — Frank’s stepsister recall Holocaust experience

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Luke Hunter, age 3, examines an engine at the Ardsley Volunteer Fire Department’s headquarters on Saturday, Oct. 25.

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By Julian Caldwell

REGION — A group of World War II veterans living in the Hudson Valley received recognition and fanfare last weekend that had been their due for close to 70 years.

On Saturday, Oct. 18, 75 former members of the armed forces from parts of New York and New Jersey were flown to Washington, D.C., as part of the Hudson Valley Honor Flight. The day trip was free for the veterans, who applied months in advance. Other Honor Flight Network trips take place for veterans around the country throughout the year. Read more >

October 17, 2014

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Changing Ebola rules present ‘moving target’

By Jackie Lupo

REGION — As controversy continued last week over how to prevent the transmission of Ebola, area hospitals scrambled to comply with changing government directives.

On Oct. 16, the New York State Department of Health (DOH) ordered New York hospitals, diagnostic and treatment centers, off-site emergency departments and ambulance services to enact protocols recommended by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for the identification and isolation of potential Ebola patients and for the safety of staff and the public.

The DOH named eight hospitals in the state to handle patients under investigation or diagnosed with Ebola. In the vicinity of the Rivertowns, they include Mount Sinai, New York-Presbyterian and Bellevue in Manhattan, and Montefiore in the Bronx.

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Honor Flight lifts veterans and their spirits


Joseph Merlino salutes during the send-off ceremony.