Rumorville: Check the Cupboards for TJ’s PB

If you have any Trader Joe’s Creamy Salted Valencia Peanut Butter, bring it in for a refund. Stores are recalling this product over salmonella concerns. “We have no confirmed information that suggests this peanut butter is unsafe to eat,” the company states on its Web site. But the food should not be eaten “pending health-related inquiries.”

Trader Joe’s has stores in Larchmont, Scarsdale, Hartsdale, Darien and Westport.

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If it’s a Summer Sunday, it’s a Heritage Festival

Italians, Poles, Irish, Hispanics, Indians and Friends of all kinds… Celebrate your heritage in Westchester! Italian Heritage Festival,  Sunday July 8th, 2012, 12pm-7pm
Celebrate the Italian Heritage Festival at Kensico Dam Plaza! Enjoy live songs, dances, musical performances, art & cultural exhibits, ethnic foods, entertainment, games and much more! Rain or shine; event and parking are FREE!

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School Elections Today: Info You Need

 

Information:

Mamaroneck

New Rochelle

Rye

Rye Brook

Rye Neck

Scarsdale

White Plains

for those not listed above:

Ardsley | Bedford | Briarcliff Manor | Bronxville | Byram Hills | Chappaqua | Croton-Harmon | Dobbs Ferry | Eastchester | Edgemont | Elmsford | Greenburgh 7 | Harrison | Hastings | Hendrick Hudson | Irvington | Katonah-Lewisboro | Lakeland | Mount Pleasant | Mount Vernon |  North Salem | Ossining | Peekskill | Pelham | Pleasantville | Pocantico Hills | Port Chester | Somers | Tarrytowns | Tuckahoe | Valhalla |  Yorktown |

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H Mart to Open on Central Avenue

 

 

After we posted the story on Kam Sen, Westchester’s  largest Asian market, reader Lisa Solomon wrote in to say she believes H Mart, a new market opening on Central Avenue in Hartsdale, will be even bigger. It is a national chain. H Mart will be near The Christmas Tree Shop and TJ Maxx. It used to be a Pathmark supermarket. It opens 3/23.

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Metro-North Platform Smoking Ban Starts Wednesday

 

Cold turkey commute. Don’t even think about lighting up while waiting for your Metro-North train. Doing so could get you kicked off the platform, up to $50 in fines or a trip to jail. The MTA’s new ban on outdoor smoking starts today, following a months-long grace period the agency gave smokers to get used to the idea. The ban, which had a soft launch in November, prohibits smoking on Metro-North and Long Island Railroad outdoor platforms, as well as ticketing and boarding areas.

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