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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Top Stories from Talk of the Sound
- Police Investigating Allegations of Board of Education Employees Having Sex with Students in New Rochelle School District
- HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Talk of the Sound Turns Three – 3,996 Articles, 800,000 Readers, 2.5 million Page Views Since 2008
- New Rochelle’s Hudson Park Beach Bar Rockin’: Thank You for All the Support and Well Wishes
- New Rochelle Police Respond to Mutual Aid Call from County Place for Playland Muslim Melee
- Fallen Tree in Residence Park Stumps Local Officials in New Rochelle
- Iona College Suspends Provost Over Inaccuracies in Performance Data
- Ways to Reduce Battery Drain on iPhone 4 (iOS 4.3+)
- The Storm Next Time
- George Latimer Presents “Must See TV” for Talk of the Sound Readers: Robert Freeman of the New York State Committee on Open Government
- Can Iona’s Dormitory Problems be Resolved?
- New Rochelle’s Wild Parrot Colony Brings Sounds and Sights of the Latin America to Davenport Neck
- Ilyse Spertus Seeks New Rochelle’s District 5 City Council Seat Fresh Perspective Strikes a Chord with People of New Rochelle
- What Was the New Rochelle School Board Thinking with New Superintendent Contract?
- New Rochelle Board of Education Meeting: ID Badges, Back-Door Residency Audit, Illegal Electioneering, Organisciak Pay Freeze
- VICTORY: Rolf Koehler Out as New Rochelle School Security Administrator Following Two Year Battle with Talk of the Sound
- New Rochelle Wins New York State Drinking Water Taste Contest
Top New Rochelle Stories from Elsewhere on the Web
- New Rochelle Patch: New Business Brings 65 Jobs to New Rochelle
- New Rochelle Patch/Bob Marrone: The Voice of New Rochelle: Earthquakes and Hurricanes
- Some Blogger: Cliff Mass Weather Blog: When Did Irene Stop Being a Hurricane?
- The Daily New Rochelle: Huguenot Children’s Library Closed in New Rochelle
- New Rochelle Patch: Pension Contributions for Public Employees Set to Rise Again
- Journal News: Firefighters posing with pets for New Rochelle Humane Society benefit calendar
- New Rochelle Under "Extreme" Threat from Hurricane Irene, Governor Cuomo Declares State of Emergency in New York LIVEBLOGGING IRENE 6046 reads
- A Lesson in Economics 101 for Mr. Cam
- New Rochelle Board of Education Announces New Administrators for 2011-12 School Year
- How Municipal Corruption Works in New Rochelle: A Case Study from the New Rochelle Board of Education's Painter-Working Foreman
- New Rochelle's Talk of the Sound Radio is Moving from WVOX to the Web TONIGHT AT 6 PM
- Former New Rochelle City Judge Preston Scher Crashes Car into Two Other Cars on I-684, Tennessean Woman Knocked Off Overpass in Critical Condition 1529 reads
- New Rochelle Police Officers Clearing Out "Training House" Materials from Mariano Riviera's North Avenue Church
- Nightmare on Stephenson Boulevard 1349 reads
- Ways to Reduce Battery Drain on iPhone 4 (iOS 4.3+) 1263 reads
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- Beach Bar at Hudson Park: A2Z Band Live!
- NR Board of Education Meeting
- NRPL: Board of Trustees Meeting
- Art: Toward a Philosophy of Understanding
- Caregiver Support Group with the Alzheimer’s Association
- Art: From the Earth… Natural Elements and Imagery
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