Were you so busy finding ways to keep warm this week that you missed some top news in and around Dobbs Ferry, Irvington and Hastings-on-Hudson? Don’t worry, we’re here to make sure you don’t miss it twice.
Here are some of this week’s more notable headlines:
1. Dobbs Ferry Bakery to be Featured on TLC Series ‘Bakery Boss’: Lidia’s Bakeshop & Café’s Bakery Boss episode will air Monday, Jan. 13 on TLC at 10 p.m. Here is TLC’s description of the episode: Buddy visits Lidia’s Bakeshop & Café, located in downtown in Dobbs Ferry. Lidia’s mother Maria gave her all the resources she needed to open her own bakery in Dobbs Ferry, NY, but it may have been too much too soon for this talented but unprepared baker. The bakery lacks any type of organization and all of the stress is giving Lidia panic attacks. Buddy tries to mend the family while also giving Lidia the business knowledge she needs to run a successful bakery.
2. Artificial Turf Among Options for Irvington School District Fields: Superintendent Kristopher Harrison gave the latest update Tuesday, Jan. 7 in a special meeting to bring both the Board of Education (BOE) and public up to speed on the scope of work required for East Field, in addition to possible improvement options for Mezaros Field and district facilities. His presentation mostly honed in on the district’s options for East Field, however, as the other items at hand are expected to receive more attention in the next meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 21.
3. Briarcliff Curling Phenom Returns to National Stage: The curler trains in the Ardsley Curling Club with his father, who was on the winning 2012 USA Curling National Championship team.
4. Greenburgh Officials Get Sworn into Office at Springhurst Elementary: Town Supervisor Paul Feiner, Councilman Francis Sheehan, Councilwoman Diana Juettner and Town Clerk Judith Beville were officially sworn into office at Springhurst Elementary School in Dobbs Ferry Wednesday morning by Town Justice Walter Rivera.
5. Police: Internet-Ordered Masseuse Reports Sexual Harassment: A Dobbs Ferry man is being charged with criminal mischief, unlawful imprisonment and forcible touching after misinterpreting the services included by a masseuse he ordered online, police said.