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Candy ‘n Cards, 25 Spencer Place

DeCicco Family Markets, 58 East Parkway    


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Sol-La Gifts, 44 Garth Road    


BROOK STREET and POST ROAD, EASTCHESTER

Brook Street Bagel Shop, 102 Brook Street    

Lotto n Things, 820 Post Road    


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Big Top, 1465 Weaver Street    

5 Corners Stationers, 14 Palmer Avenue    

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Catherine Ferris joins Inquirer staff
 

Catherine Ferris has joined The Scarsdale Inquirer team this week as the village government reporter.

Ferris, a 22-year-old Ossining resident, graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst last May with a degree in journalism and political science. She worked at the college’s newspaper, The Massachusetts Daily Collegian, as an assistant news editor and copy editor. Ferris also worked at The Daily Hampshire Gazette, a newspaper in Northampton, Massachusetts, as a news intern in the fall of 2014.

Since graduating, she has worked as a freelance writer for newspapers in Westchester County.

Ferris is excited to get to work on her first post-graduate job.

“I’m happy I have the opportunity to get right to work in the field I studied in college. Not too many people get a chance to dive into a job that directly goes with their major. I lucked out,” she said.

Inquirer interim editor Debra Banerjee said Ferris will be a valuable asset to the paper going forward.

“Catherine has experience working as a beat reporter on student government for her college newspaper. Under the guidance of incoming editor-in-chief Jason Chirevas, I’m sure Catherine will use her interpersonal skills and journalism training to meet the challenge of reporting on Scarsdale village affairs,” Banerjee said.


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November 20, 2015