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Skip Pearlman

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Skip Pearlman is an award-winning photojournalist who has been photographing and covering news, sports and features in Westchester, Putnam and Dutchess counties for three decades, and currently resides in Dutchess County.

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  1. Get Your Cameras Ready, White Plains, For Record-Breaking Supermoon

    Get Your Cameras Ready, White Plains, For Record-Breaking Supermoon

    Expect to see a 'Supermoon' of epic proportions this month, on the eve of Monday, Nov. 14 to be exact, with the full moon appearing to be the largest seen in skies since 1948.The month will also bring meteor displays, and planets aligning in dazzling fashion. But the most impressive will be the largest "supermoon" seen in nearly seven decades.The second of three 'supermoons' ...

  2. Somers Has Its Way With Yorktown, Wins Sectional Football Title

    Somers Has Its Way With Yorktown, Wins Sectional Football Title

    MAHOPAC, N.Y. - The No. 3-seed Somers High football team opened Saturday night's Class A championship game against Yorktown by making a statement - scoring two touchdowns in the first quarter.And Somers (9-1) never looked back, sprinting to a 42-6 victory over the top-seeded Huskers - the team that had topped Somers 34-13 early this season.Somers, which won its third title in the last ...

  3. New Rochelle Stops Scarsdale To Win Second Straight AA Football Title

    New Rochelle Stops Scarsdale To Win Second Straight AA Football Title

    MAHOPAC, N.Y. -- The New Rochelle high school football team put on one of its best performances of the season Saturday afternoon, clicking on all cylinders to roll past No. 5 Scarsdale, 41-13, and win its second consecutive class AA championship.Section 1 has a bye in the next round, so New Rochelle (10-0) automatically advances to the state semifinals and will next play at 7 p.m. on ...

  4. Pleasantville Football Team Survives Late Scare, Tops Westlake For B Title

    Pleasantville Football Team Survives Late Scare, Tops Westlake For B Title

    MAHOPAC, N.Y. -- The Pleasantville High football team had something to celebrate Saturday after the Panthers held on for 28-21 victory over Westlake in the Section 1 Class B football championship game at Mahopac High School.Pleasantville, which remains unbeaten at 10-0, advances to a state quarterfinal Friday, Nov. 11 at 7 p.m. at Dietz Stadium, facing 8-1 New Paltz. Westlake's only two ...

  5. Haldane Runs Past Tuckahoe In Class D Football Championship Game At Mahopac

    Haldane Runs Past Tuckahoe In Class D Football Championship Game At Mahopac

    MAHOPAC, N.Y. - Haldane High's football team picked up its first sectional title in five years Friday night, when the Blue Devils posted a 26-6 victory over Tuckahoe in the Class D championship game at Mahopac High School.The Blue Devils (2-6) will play a state quarterfinal next Saturday at Dietz Stadium, taking on Section 9's Roscoe/Livingston Manor/Downsville at 3 p.m. The teams met ...

  6. Woodlands Gives Dobbs Ferry Scare In Final Moments, But Falls In Title Game

    Woodlands Gives Dobbs Ferry Scare In Final Moments, But Falls In Title Game

    MAHOPAC, N.Y. -- Dobbs Ferry High's football team was running clock, on its way to a title Friday night facing top-seeded Woodlands in the Class C championship game at Mahopac High School, when a hiccup - in the form of a fumble - almost cost the Eagles dearly. But Dobbs Ferry's Jack Capuano forced another fumble moments later, which sealed a 21-14 victory, giving the Eagles their ...

  7. Get Your Cameras Ready, White Plains, For Record-Breaking Supermoon

    Get Your Cameras Ready, White Plains, For Record-Breaking Supermoon

    Expect to see a 'Supermoon' of epic proportions this month, on the eve of Monday, Nov. 14 to be exact, with the full moon appearing to be the largest seen in skies since 1948.The month will also bring meteor displays, and planets aligning in dazzling fashion. But the most impressive will be the largest "supermoon" seen in nearly seven decades.The second of three 'supermoons' ...

  8. Scarsdale HS Field Hockey Tops Defending State Champs To Win Class A Title

    Scarsdale HS Field Hockey Tops Defending State Champs To Win Class A Title

    BREWSTER, N.Y. - The No. 2 Scarsdale High field hockey team came up with one of its best performances of the season Tuesday, toppling top seed and two-time defending state champion Mamaroneck, 2-0, in the Class A championship game at Brewster High School.Scarsdale (16-2-1) was set to take on Section 9's Kingston in a regional Saturday at 3 p.m. at Valhalla High School. Mamaroneck closes ...

  9. Family, Friends Mourn Manhattanville College Lacrosse Player

    Family, Friends Mourn Manhattanville College Lacrosse Player

    RYE, N.Y. -- Family and friends mourned the death of Robby Schartner — a Manhattanville College lacrosse player who was struck and killed by an allegedly drunk driver — Wednesday morning at a funeral Mass at the Church of the Resurrection in Rye.Schartner, 21, who grew up in Rye, graduated from Brookfield, Conn., High School and lived in Fishkill, was pronounced dead at the scene after ...

  10. Cardinal Dolan's Appearance At BCW's Annual Dinner Draws Record Turnout

    Cardinal Dolan's Appearance At BCW's Annual Dinner Draws Record Turnout

    RYE BROOK, N.Y. - The Business Council of Westchester drew an all-time high turnout for its annual dinner - featuring guest speaker Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Archbishop of New York, on Thursday evening at the Hilton Westchester.With more than 700 guests coming out for what the BCW calls its 'most prestigious event of the year,' this was the most well attended dinner yet for the BCW.Dolan, ...

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