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  1. ARDSLEY — School board and veterans at odds over tax exemption

  2. DOBBS FERRY — Village wrestles with rise in unpaid property taxes

  3. HASTINGS — Library lecture series opens with Untermyer Gardens

  4. IRVINGTON — Bronx artist brings grafstract to the suburbs

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Lucas Jarvi and KC Montgomery play Hero and Philia during the Ardsley High School Drama Club’s production of “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” which was staged March 19, 21-22.

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October 17, 2014

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Officials add bite to historic designation

By Carter Smith

IRVINGTON — If an Irvington resident wants to install a fence — or even change the style of a fence — he or she needs the approval of the architectural review board (ARB) before getting a permit from the building department. But until a few weeks ago, if the owner of a building in the village’s Downtown Historic District wanted to demolish that building — even if it’s one of more than 200 “contributing structures” listed on the historic district’s inventory — he or she would have just needed a demolition permit — no board approval required.

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February 13, 2015

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“Keeping the Faith” is a photo series about Our Lady of Pompeii in Dobbs Ferry, as the Archdiocese of New York considers the future of the 90-year-old church on Palisade Street.

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SPECIAL PHOTO SERIES: WEEK FOUR

March 13, 2015

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