Westchester-trained Gymnast comes in 8th in Olympics

So what happened? The Bronx boy came in 8th overall as a packed house at the gym where he trained and worked 7 days a week cheered him on. He choked on the pommel horse, considered his best event, but did very well on the vault, parallel bars and high bar, according to his former coach, Jason Herbert at World Cup Gymnastics in Chappaqua. And only 19, Orozco is already a favorite for the next Oympics. previous post:

World Cup Gymnastics in Chappaqua is the scene Wednesday for the viewing party of local Olympic hopeful John Orozco of the Bronx.

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Social Services Clears Kennedy

Will this make the headlines too? We’ll see if the ‘RFK son hospital baby story’ loses its bite in the tabloids:

“We can now inform you that as a result of the assessment made by local child protective services, no credible evidence was found to believe that the child(ren) has been abused or maltreated. Therefore, the report has been determined ‘unfounded. ”

This is how the letter from Westchester Department of Social Services reads in response to its own investigation into Douglas Kennedy’s confrontation with nurses at Northern Westchester Hospital in Mount Kisco in January. Kennedy, of Chappaqua, a Fox News reporter and son of the late Robert F. Kennedy, still faces the law: a misdemeanor child-endangerment count and two violation counts of physical harassment.

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