Stories From Main Street: Stevens Students Recreate Historic SteamboatA group of students have recreated a steamboat that was built when Thomas Jefferson was still president of the United States.
Stories From Main Street: Please Pick Gardens Take Root In NyackA project in Nyack has opened gardens full of fresh fruits and vegetables to everyone in the community.
Stories From Main Street: Mount Vernon Makes Strides In Educational Services For Autistic ChildrenA few years ago, Mount Vernon sent autistic students out of district, but that's no longer the case.
Stories From Main Street: Special Recognition For New Jersey Therapy DogLiberty, a Golden Labrador, was recently named one of Milk-Bone's "Dogs Who Changed the World."
Stories From Main Street: Beloved Rye Smoke Shop Closes After Nearly 50 YearsRye has bid farewell to a little mom-and-pop shop that's been the heart of the community for nearly half a century.
Stories From Main Street: Protecting Hoboken From Another SuperstormCity officials are exploring the possibility of erecting sea walls to protect Hoboken from another superstorm.
Stories From Main Street: New 3-D Printers Drawing Crowds At Smithtown LibraryThanks to a donation from the Friends of the Smithtown Library, all four branches have a 3-D printer.
Stories From Main Street: Meet The Really Terrible Orchestra Of WestchesterThe Really Terrible Orchestra of Westchester is a place for all musicians -- there are no auditions and all are welcome.
Stories From Main Street: Westchester Teen Flips For New Old PhoneLike most of her friends in Hastings-on-Hudson, 16-year-old Janey Litvin was married to her smartphone.
Stories From Main Street: Effort Underway To Expand Critical Lifeline In Hudson ValleyThere's an effort in the Hudson Valley to spread the word about a critical lifeline that few people know exists.
Stories From Main Street: Clarkstown Police Focusing On Officers' Communication SkillsThe Clarkstown Police Department is arming its officers with words and honing their communication skills in an effort to prevent conflict.
Stories From Main Street: Westchester Teens Design Apps To Help Senior Citizens This is the second year Westchester County and Pace University have teamed up for The Westchester Smart Mobile App Development Bowl.

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