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Bedford Woman Charged by SPCA Westchester Humane Law Enforcement Unit with Animal Cruelty

“Ms. Smith-Berk pled not guilty today and was released on her own recognizance. She and her attorneys intend to contest vigorously the assertions made by the Office of the District Attorney.” – Attorney Anthony Siano, White Plains Continue Reading →

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Meet Tod Laudonia: Republican Candidate for State Rep in the 151st District

The Republican candidate for State Representative in the 151st district in November is Tod Laudonia, a longtime Cos Cob resident. He will challenge Democrat Hector Arzeno who is running for a second term. Laudonia, who said he will not be taking the funding from the Citizens’ Election Program, noted, “I don’t believe the state or any government should be involved in financing people’s campaigns for office.” This is Laudonia’s first run for a state office, though he was elected locally as Greenwich Tax Collector in 2009, and served four 2-year terms. In 2017 he lost to Democrat Howard Richman, who would serve just one term and then lose to Republican Heather Smeriglio, the town’s current tax collector. Laudonia also served on the RTM for 16 years, though the years were not consecutive as he worked in California and commuted home during one term. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Police Ceremony Marks Promotion to Sergeant, Appointments to Detective First Grade and Retirement

Greenwich Police held a ceremony in the town hall meeting room on Tuesday to mark the promotional swearing-in of David Swift to the rank of Sergeant, and the appointments of both Detective James Manning and Detective Michael Rooney to Detective First Grade. Also, Sergeant Brent Reeves who retired on July 1 was sworn in as a member of the department’s Special Police Unit. Continue Reading →

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