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JENNIFER BORRELLI PHOTOS

Eruption!

Third-graders at Greenville School created volcanoes together, and then watched for the results.

SEPTEMBER 25, 2015

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October 9, 2015

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SPECIAL
SERIES on concussions

EDITORIAL

Palin envy

This week, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin resurfaced on the national political scene, endorsing Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in his battle with conservative Texas Sen. Ted Cruz for the GOP nomination for the most powerful elected position on planet Earth.

Think of that.

Meanwhile, closer to home, the Citizens Nominating Committee is, as The Inquirer goes to press, considering candidates to nominate for the three village trustee positions up for grabs in this year’s election.

Well, sort of up for grabs.

See, the CNC is the marquee component of the Village of Scarsdale’s nonpartisan agreement, which has been conceived, in part, to avoid the type of rancorous — frankly embarrassing — cavalcade of caricatures clawing at each other for the chance to lose to Hillary Clinton in the general presidential election.

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November 13, 2015

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Cohen tells story as Flisser, task force unveil concussion ’10 Best Practices’

By TODD SLISS

Scott Cohen never set out to be the poster boy for post-concussion syndrome, but it’s a role he has come to embrace. Why? Because he’s seeing positive change when it comes to high schools dealing with concussion victims both on and off the playing field.

Cohen, a Scarsdale High School junior, attracted quite a bit of media attention earlier this month following a press conference at the Westchester County Executive offices in White Plains in which County Executive Rob Astorino and Dr. Mark Herceg, the county’s health commissioner and leader of the Westchester Concussion Task Force, unveiled their “10 Best Practices” in a neatly packaged concussion awareness pamphlet. Read more >

 

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Here and back again, from Australia to Scarsdale

By TODD SLISS


Wayne Kaye brings a new meaning to the word “homecoming.”

The Australia native lived in Scarsdale with his family for three years as a teen in the early 1970s, and has been back twice — in 2011 and earlier this month — since going back down under in 1974. Both return trips were made as the head of St. Edmund’s College basketball program

group touring the United States to play
ball and see the sights.

Kaye finished high school in Australia. Once he did,
he said the options in those days were public service,
teaching or learning a trade. His love of sports led him to physical education.  Read more >

HARVEY FLISSER PHOTO

Dr. Miriam Levitt Flisser and Scott Cohen

 

January 22, 2016

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