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Bear Sightings in Armonk

June 23, 2017
Of the 182 total incidents reported in this past week’s police blotter, the North Castle Police Department received multiple reports of a bear roaming in the Armonk area on June 17 and June 18. The complaints located the animal crossing Route 22 from Creemer Road at 9:20 a.m. and Maple Avenue at 11:20 a.m., on June 17. On June 18, bear reports were made from Old Mount Kisco Road at 8:00 a.m., at 9:25 a.m. from Elizabeth Place, and at 9:30 a.m. from Meadow Hill Place.

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation offers information on how to prevent bear problems.

Check out some of’s bear proof disposal containers here.

Police Arrest Sexual Abuser

On June 1, 2017 a female reported to North Castle Police that she was forcibly touched against her will June 17, 2017 NCPD

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North Castle’s Special Election for Receiver of Taxes

A local law adopted by North Castle’s Town Board on March 22, 2017 will go before voters on Tuesday May 23 from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. It will determine whether to reclassify the office of Receiver of Taxes as an appointed position from an elected position. May 9, 2017 Town Business

David Buchwald

Assemblyman Buchwald’s Bill to Force the Release of President Trump’s State Tax Returns Gains Critical Support

Over 40 Assembly members sign onto Buchwald’s legislation May 9, 2017 Buchwald

White Plains Hospital Dr Jacobson

Jeffrey M. Jacobson, MD, Blends Technical Skill With Interpersonal

Techniques to Ease Patient Stress White Plains Hospital May 9, 2017

Stuart Zweibel MD
White Plains Hospital Combats Skin Cancer with Free Screenings

White Plains Hospital is helping to combat skin cancer by raising awareness of the disease and offering free screenings for adults and children on Wednesday, May 3 at the Hospital’s Center for Cancer Care.  April 24, 2017 WPH

Detecting and Treating Colon Cancer

Colon cancer remains the third most common cancer in both men and women. However, only one in three eligible Americans begin to be screened for colon cancer at the recommended age of fifty-years-old. What is stopping people from taking the lifesaving step of screening? March 13, 2017 NWH

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Bill Passes to Encourage Small Business Innovations

The New York State Legislature today passed legislation creating an Innovation Vouchers Program for small businesses that directly help small businesses, providing dollar-for-dollar matching funds to team the businesses with experts from colleges and universities, government laboratories and public research institutes. June 19, 2017 Assemblyman Buchwald

David Boies and IBM

United Way Gatsby-themed Gala Raises over $160,000

United Way of Westchester and Putnam raised more than $160,00 from its Spring Gala on May 4 at the Doral Arrowwood in Rye Brook. May 9, 2017 IBM 

Bristal Assisted Living Armonk

The Bristal Assisted Living at Armonk Celebrates Resident’s 108th Birthday

Bristal Assisted Living at Armonk, an assisted and independent living community that offers memory care support as well as enhanced levels of care, celebrated resident Marian Henry’s 108th birthday. May 9, 2017 Bristal

Byram Hills High School Art Show

BHHS AP Art Show

The Byram Hills High School advanced placement art students had the opportunity to showcase their work to fellow peers, parents, and members of the local community. April 21, 2017 BHHS Art

Vijaya Nair

Join Free Monthly Meditations

Dr. Vijaya Nair began meditating at the age of six and eventually took the discipline to the next level by studying yoga and meditation in medical school at the National University of Singapore. She found the techniques sharpened her mind and helped her studies Read more March 31, 2017

J Allan Pryor
Goodbye, Mr. Pryor 1937 - 2017

In memory of J Allan Pryor, Byram Hills English Teacher

March 5, 2017 BH Alumni

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Farmers Agent James Shelly
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Byram Hills School Budget Vote
Byram Hills Budget Passes

The 2017 Byram Hills School District budget of $90 million passed with 805 yes votes and 130 no votes.

The Capital Reserve Fund Proposition 2 passed with 819 yes votes and 111 no votes.

The results of the election for the two positions on the Board of Education is as follows:

Lori Kanner: 625 votes
Ira Schulman: 499 votes
Brett Summers: 414 votes

School Budget Edges Up, Enrollment Down

Byram Hills Board of Education adopted the administration's proposed 2017-18 school budget of $90,590,230. The budget presents a 0.8% increase from the 2016-17 school budget of $89,881,446.
April 28, 2017 Byram Hills School Budget

Board of Ed Candidates

On Tuesday May 16, residents of the Byram Hills School District will vote on the 2017-1018 school budget in the sum of $90,590,230. Voters will determine whether the Board of Education should be authorized to levy the necessary tax upon taxable property in the school district. Election voting hours are 6:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. at H. C. Crittenden Middle School.

Voters will also have the opportunity to vote for two candidates to serve on Byram Hills Board of Education. The three candidates running for two seats are Brett Summers, Ira Schulman, and Lori Kanner. April 30, 2017 BOE Election

Jen Lamia and Bill Donohue

Byram Hills School District Announces New Superintendent

Byram Hills Superintendent of Schools William Donohue will retire from the District at the end of the school year and Jennifer Lamia, the Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources, will succeed him, the District announced Friday. Jan. 6, 2017 Byram Hills

Byram Hill High School Theatre
Byram Hills Theatre Program Unveils Honors Wall

Marking the program’s 50th year, faculty and current members of the theater group recognized 26 honorees March 13, 2017 BH Stage

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