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  2. VILLAGE: Leaf proposal controversial

  3. STATE: LWV lobbies for redistricting reform

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By DEBRA BANERJEE

Halloween brings out the worst in Joe Delfino — but that’s a good thing. Since 2011 Delfino has been the brain behind the annual haunted house sponsored by The Center @ 862. This year Delfino and his Fright Room Productions have come up with Mayhem Haunted House, and Delfino promises: “You will be scared!”

After two years of zombies in the house that attracted 2,000 visitors last year, Delfino has done a complete overhaul and has been hard at work creating even more ghoulish Halloween fun.  Read more >

July 3, 2014

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EDITORIAL

Nonparticipant system

People of Scarsdale, we know you are busy, perhaps even overwhelmed at times, but as the leaves turn and the air grows crisp and cool, we ask you to think about why you moved to this special place, what you like about the village and how you might contribute to the local quality of life.

Or even what you don’t like and would like to see changed.

We’re hoping such reflections will lead you to volunteer to run to represent your elementary school area on the nonpartisan Citizens Nominating Committee. The election will be held Nov. 12.

What’s involved?

We’re not talking about arduous self-sacrifice, but rather an enjoyable couple of afternoons meeting with 29 other civic-minded volunteers to vet candidates for village office.

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Mayhem Haunted House: Be prepared to be scared

August 22, 2014

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Lauren Hendel plays the net against Ursuline in a 3-2 Scarsdale victory.

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Joe Delfino with one of his creepy creations