Talk of the Sound Newsletter: Volume 1, Edition # 3, September 2, 2011

Written By: Robert Cox

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This past week has been all about Hurricane Irene but plenty of other major news broke this week including the Westchester County District Attorney investigating allegations that four New Rochelle Board of Education employees had have sex with students, the Provost of Iona College being suspended over “inaccurate data”, and wild parrots roaming New Rochelle. Get the full run down of the top stories impacting your world from Talk of the Sound.

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