Monthly Archives: November 2015

G.O. Kosher Opens in Mount Kisco

To fill the void created by Kisco Kosher, G.O. Kosher opened at 41 South Moger Avenue down one of the alleyways between Moger Avenue and the village parking lot G.O. Kosher which stands for gourmet and organic kosher food is for take out … Continue reading

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Remember the Veterans on Wednesday

The annual Veteran’s Day American Legion ceremony will take place on Wednesday, November 11 at 11:00 at the Veterans War Memorial in front of the library. Image supplied by Mount Kisco Daily Photo.

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Fox Lane Volleyball Loses Nailbiter in Sectional Semifinals

Making a playoff push reminiscent of past teams, the Fox Lane Volleyball team lost in the sectional semifinals to Scarsdale winning the first and third games but losing the second, fourth and fifth, after jumping out to a 5-1 lead … Continue reading

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Stop & Shop to Replace A&P on November 19

According to a press release by Stop & Shop, the Company is expecting to close the Mt. Kisco, New York A&P store on N. Bedford Avenue on Friday, November 13 and open as a Stop & Shop store on Thursday, November … Continue reading

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Cindrich and Running Mates Win Another Uncontested Election with 10% of Vote

Mayor J. Michael Cindrich was re-elected last night receiving a grand total of 550 votes, approximately 10% of Mount Kisco’s nearly 5,400 registered voters.  His running mates received even fewer votes with Peter Grunthal receiving 514 votes and Anthony Markus … Continue reading

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Tuesday November 3 is Election Day; Westchester Board Highlights Election

Please remember to vote today.  The most relevant election is the election for the Westchester County Board of Legislators between Francis Corcoran and Karen Schleimer. The Examiner (http://www.theexaminernews.com/in-hard-to-call-district-2-race-corcoran-gets-narrowest-of-edges/ ) published a good editorial on the race, complimenting both candidates but giving … Continue reading

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