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Tom Auchterlonie

Community Reporter

Tom Auchterlonie is an experienced local journalist and is originally from Mount Kisco. Prior to joining The Daily Voice he spent more than four years at Patch.com, where he covered Mount Kisco, New Castle and Bedford. He has also freelanced for various local publications, including The Examiner, Inside Chappaqua and The Record-Review. Tom is an alumnus of Syracuse University.

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  1. Meet Clifford The Dog At Country Children's Center Book Fair In Katonah

    Meet Clifford The Dog At Country Children's Center Book Fair In Katonah

    KATONAH, N.Y. -- Country Children's Center announced that Clifford the Big Red Dog will be on hand for its annual Scholastic Book Fair and Pancake Breakfast.The fair is scheduled for Saturday, March 3 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., and will be held at 466 Cross River Road in Katonah."Parents and children can browse hundreds of children’s books and buy the ones they want at a discount ...

  2. Whole Foods Still Committed To Chappaqua Crossing, Greenstein Says

    Whole Foods Still Committed To Chappaqua Crossing, Greenstein Says

    CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- Whole Foods is still going ahead with building at Chappaqua Crossing despite a news report of its decision to close stores elsewhere, New Castle Supervisor Rob Greenstein wrote in a Facebook post."I know many residents are concerned about the recent report that Whole Foods Is closing some stores, and any potential impact on Chappaqua Crossing ("CC"). To ...

  3. Katonah Library Celebrating Women's Sufferage Centennial With Photo Gallery

    Katonah Library Celebrating Women's Sufferage Centennial With Photo Gallery

    KATONAH, N.Y. -- To celebrate the 100th anniversary of when women were granted the right to vote across the country, the Katonah Village Library announced that it will host a photo gallery.The gallery, which will run in March, is called "Votes for Women: Celebrating New York’s Suffrage Centennial." It is scheduled to kick off with a reception on Friday, March 3 at 6:30 p.m. ...

  4. Pound Ridge Group Seeks 'Citizen Scientists' To Fight Invasive Species

    Pound Ridge Group Seeks 'Citizen Scientists' To Fight Invasive Species

    POUND RIDGE, N.Y. -- In an effort to battle the spread of invasive plant species, the Pound Ridge Land Conservancy announced that it is looking for "citizen scientists" to help. To this end, three seminars are being offered to the public this month.The first will include a visit by Akiko Busch, author of the work "The Incidental Steward: Reflections on Citizen ...

  5. Blues Artist Marc Black To Perform At Croton Falls' Schoolhouse Theater

    Blues Artist Marc Black To Perform At Croton Falls' Schoolhouse Theater

    CROTON FALLS, N.Y. -- The Schoolhouse Theater & Arts Center announced that Hall of Fame blues artist Marc Black will visit to perform a concert this Saturday."The presentation features songs performed by Marc on guitar and vocal and an engaging slide show that will slide you right back in time," Schoolhouse noted in its announcement. "The show considers the forces at ...

  6. Fox Lane Quartet Places Third At Jazz Festival Competition

    Fox Lane Quartet Places Third At Jazz Festival Competition

    BEDFORD, N.Y. -- Fox Lane High School announced that its Jazz Quartet finished in third place in its competitive category at the Berklee College of Music's 49th annual High School Jazz Festival.The festival took place last Saturday and included more than 3,000 students participating in 200 bands, the school noted. It was held at Boston's Hynes Convention Center.The quartet competed in a ...

  7. Chappaqua Central Schools Names New Athletic Director

    Chappaqua Central Schools Names New Athletic Director

    CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- The Chappaqua Central School District announced that Jason Semo has been named as its new athletic director.The school board voted this week to appoint Semo, whose employment officially starts on July 1, which is the official beginning of the 2017-18 school year.Semo will replace Peter Kuczma, who is retiring after a second stint in the district. Kuczma ended his ...

  8. Explore Mount Kisco's Railroad Past At Saturday Talk

    Explore Mount Kisco's Railroad Past At Saturday Talk

    MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. -- The Mount Kisco Historical Society will hold a talk on Saturday about how railroad's transformed the village's history and character.The talk, according to the Historical Society, will cover how Mount Kisco, which was formed from the communities of Kirbyville and New Castle Corners, transformed from the 19th century to the present.The talk will also explore how the ...

  9. Mount Kisco Adds Free Parking On Thursdays For Key Downtown Lot

    Mount Kisco Adds Free Parking On Thursdays For Key Downtown Lot

    MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. -- In an effort to attract more people to downtown Mount Kisco and its stores, the Shopper's Park lot will have free parking on Thursdays.Village Manager Ed Brancati, who announced the change on Monday, said he was making the change in response to a suggestion from Mayor Michael Cindrich.The measure begins on Thursday, Feb. 16 and will continue indefinitely, according ...

  10. Police Nab Teen Suspect In Pound Ridge Man's Shooting Death, Seek Second

    Police Nab Teen Suspect In Pound Ridge Man's Shooting Death, Seek Second

    A 16-year-old boy who is a suspect in the St. Louis shooting death of Dr. Kenneth Spalter of Pound Ridge has been detained, St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson said on Twitter."A 16-year old male in custody of juvenile authorities in connection with homicide of Kenneth Spalter on Juniata."Dotson added that a second suspect is being sought.The death of Spalter, a former Bedford ...

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