POUND RIDGE, N.Y. – The Pound Ridge Community Church is hosting its 43rd Annual Lobster Festival from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 30.
Order 1-1/4 lb. lobsters — live or cooked — or a quart of littleneck clams or mussels. Fresh ...
FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Goalies from neighboring counties in New York and Connecticut will have a lot to say this weekend about which team wins the NCAA women's lacrosse championship.
WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. – With education reform fresh on the mind following the passage of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s state budget last month, every schools budget was overwhelmingly approved on Tuesday by ...
YONKERS, N.Y. -- Memorial Day weekend marks the start of grilling season for me just as it does for most of you.
With so many celebrations graduations, holiday weekends, family vacations and great ...
I think everyone who has written, except the lawyer, needs to study up on their grammar and spelling; it is a disgrace. Having said that, the deer out on LI were being slaughtered by sharpshooters until the contraceptive solution was proposed, and ultimately, supported by residents. It is working and although only time will tell, it appears to be a good, long-term solution. Your reasons to kill deer are primarily aesthetic and that makes me sick, but I understand the seriousness of the tick issue. If venison is [really] given to the hungry and homeless, then I believe that some hunting is justifiable. The best part about hunters is that--at times--they shoot each other--and that makes this animal-loving, environmentally-conscious resident feel that justice is served in the most unlikely of places.
jordan, are you one of the people who are part of the over population? If so what is your solution to that problem. If not, who is? Do you get to decide who must go?
I have to agree on the fact that "we"have so over developed that there has become tons of deer in postage stamp size open spaces left by such generous and caring developers and also no thanks to dep for allowing the development to continue at sickening rates claiming that they are working within the parameters to keep the earth and water healthy. .whatever. .i come from mt.pleasant and it has open space now eyed up by development corporations in the town of Thornwood near westlake high school and columbus ave..this land holds at least 50% of this areas wildlife and natural ecosystems and it will be wiped out sooner then any hunters could even draw a bow so who's to blame it's not hunters I'll tell u that it's the same people who develope it and wonder why the family dog got eaten by a hungry coyote
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