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Sam Barron

Community Editor sbarron@dailyvoice.com

An (almost) lifelong Westchester resident, Sam has reported on all facets of Westchester since he graduated from Ryerson University with a degree in print journalism, including stints at North County News and The Examiner. A film columnist for WAG Magazine, Sam's moviegoing expertise has been profiled in the New York Times and he was a featured guest on VH1's Big Morning Buzz Live.

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  1. Westchester Lawmakers Pass Immigrant Protection Act

    Westchester Lawmakers Pass Immigrant Protection Act

    This story has been updated.The Westchester County Board of Legislators approved the Immigrant Protection Act 10-5 Monday, though County Executive Rob Astorino has vowed to veto. The bill prevents Westchester County from using its resources to assist federal investigations that are based on race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion or national origin. It also prohibits ...

  2. PAC Launching Campaign Against Cuomo

    PAC Launching Campaign Against Cuomo

    Republicans have their sights set on Governor Andrew Cuomo.America Rising PAC, a conservative group, announced they are launching a campaign against Cuomo, who is running for a third term in 2018 and is also being touted as a potential presidential candidate in 2020.The group said they plan on targeting Cuomo's handling of the Metropolitan Transit Authority and will hire a campaign ...

  3. Mount Kisco Musician Gets Animated On 'Teen Titans'

    Mount Kisco Musician Gets Animated On 'Teen Titans'

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- A hit song has turned into the opportunity of a lifetime for Frank Enea.Enea, a White Plains native who runs Satellite Music Studios in Mount Kisco, is playing himself on "Teen Titans Go," which is airing on the Cartoon Network this week. The episodes are based on a song he co-wrote called "The Night Begins To Shine."The song, recorded by ...

  4. SPCA Hoping To Clear The Shelter

    SPCA Hoping To Clear The Shelter

    The SPCA has more dogs and cats than usual, but are hoping a one-day event can help their animals find forever homes.The SPCA is taking part in NBC's Clear the Shelters on Saturday, Aug. 19 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at its Briarcliff location at 590 North State Road. As part of the event, many of the animal's adoption fees will be waived. All the same rules and criteria involved in ...

  5. Former State Senator Gipson Eyes Primary Challenge Against Cuomo

    Former State Senator Gipson Eyes Primary Challenge Against Cuomo

    Related story: Sex And The State House? Cynthia Nixon Eyed As Cuomo Primary Challenger Terry Gipson said since Washington, D.C. is out of the business of governing, that New York needs a governor willing to be a strong leader.Gipson, a Rhinebeck resident who represented Putnam and Dutchess for one term as state senator in the 41st district, revealed he is considering launching a ...

  6. Burt Solomon, 84, Mount Kisco, Ex-Bedford Schools Trustee, Movie Publicist

    Burt Solomon, 84, Mount Kisco, Ex-Bedford Schools Trustee, Movie Publicist

     Burton Solomon, 84, a longtime resident of Northern Westchester, died on Thursday in Mount Kisco, where he lived.Born in 1933 in the Bronx, Solomon graduated from Evander Childs High School and from Fordham University in 1953.He served in the United States Army stationed in Ft. Benning, GA and then attended Syracuse University earning a Master's in Radio and Television in 1957. In ...

  7. Pleasantville's Will Shortz Profiled In New York Times

    Pleasantville's Will Shortz Profiled In New York Times

    PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y.  -- The New York Times just took a look inside the Pleasantville home of Will Shortz, who edits the crossword puzzle for the paper.Shortz admitted he was embarrassed by the state of the room, which has more than 25,000 puzzle books, dating back to 1534, along with other puzzles and pamphlets.Shortz has been with the Times since 1993 and he told the newspaper his goal ...

  8. Armonk Native Debuting Groundbreaking Off-Broadway Musical

    Armonk Native Debuting Groundbreaking Off-Broadway Musical

    ARMONK, N.Y. -- Bonnie Gleicher, an Armonk native, wants the theater to be open and accessible to everyone.Gleicher, who graduated from Byram Hills High School in 2006, is the composer and lyricist of "Addy and Uno," the first family musical about disabilities. The musical will be running at the 14th Street Y Theater in New York City from Sept. 2 to Sept. 24 at 11 a.m. and 1 ...

  9. Man Pulls Knife During Northern Westchester Property Dispute, Police Say

    Man Pulls Knife During Northern Westchester Property Dispute, Police Say

    A Jefferson Valley man was arrested and charged with menacing Sunday after he threatened a man who was doing lawn work with a knife in a dispute involving property boundaries on Wood Street.Vincent Lovallo, a 57-year-old Jefferson Valley resident, was arrested and charged with the Class A misdemeanor. Police said they made several unsuccessful attempts to reach Lovallo on Sunday but he ...

  10. Astorino Snubbed By Political Party He Helped Create

    Astorino Snubbed By Political Party He Helped Create

    This story has been updated.The party that Rob Astorino helped found in 2014 is endorsing his Democratic opponent in this year's race for Westchester county executive.Curtis Sliwa, the chairman of the state Reform Party, said his party is endorsing State Sen. George Latimer in the race. Astorino, who is running for a third term, founded the party in 2014 as the Stop Common Core Party ...

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