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Ardsley Middle School students perform the musical “Willy Wonka Jr.” on Friday, Feb. 10. The production was directed by teacher Sean Grady and choreographed by his wife and fellow teacher, Angela Grady.

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Residents unite against messages of hate

By Jackie Lupo

HASTINGS — When walkers in Hillside Woods discovered handbills near Sugar Pond last week bearing the message “Our Future Belongs to Us” and the name “Identity Evropa,” along with an emblem of a triangle divided in thirds, police were called. The five handbills were removed, but the message lingered from the white supremacist group that has been leafleting across the country.

The incident disturbed many Hastings residents, especially after swastikas were found drawn on a computer and in a bathroom at the middle/high school Farragut Complex last month.
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Karen Hammerness talks into a microphone as she stands alongside follow members of Hastings RISE.

 

Village gatekeeper to retire
after 20 years

By Jackie Lupo

When Susan Maggiotto shows a visitor around the Hastings Village Hall, she knows the history of every paint color on the walls and every piece of upholstery on the furniture. She ought to, because she picked them out 18 years ago, when the building was gutted and renovated, then redecorated under her direction.

Now, at 70, Maggiotto is retiring from what she calls her “home away from home” after 20 years as village clerk and deputy village manager. She announced her retirement to Village Manager Fran Frobel at the end of December, and her last day of work will be Feb. 24.  Read more >

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Susan Maggiotto sits at her desk at Hastings Village Hall.