Newly inaugurated County Executive George Latimer followed through with one of his campaign promises when he signed an executive order that will ban gun shows on Westchester County property. Local Live producer Kayla Coglin has more on the story. George Latimer will be on hand to help the Local Live celebrate its 200th episode on January 11th.
As the year comes to a close, the Local Live would like to thank our volunteers, producers, interns and students who help us bring news to our community.
Tonight’s episode will feature some of our best stories of 2017.
*Larchmont Girl Scouts
*John’s Crazy Socks
*St. Baldrick’s Brave the Shave
*Fred Berger, producer of the film, La La Land
*Youth Ambassador of the Tourette’s Association of New York
*Amanda Lucidon, official White House photographer
*Transgender in Westchester
*The Film, Larchmont
*Village of Mamaroneck Fireman’s Parade
*Local Live’s newest and youngest reporter, Lindsley Barrios
*Walter’s Hot Dogs
*School of Rock
*Upright Paddle Boarding
*Food Truck Festival
IT’S TIME FOR PET RESCUES PET OF THE WEEK.
DOMINO IS A FOUR YEAR OLD TUXEDO CAT WHOSE OWNERS PASSED AWAY. HE WOULD DO BEST IN A CAT ONLY HOUSEHOLD, WITH NO CHILDREN. HE IS A PLAYFUL CAT WHO IS BOUND TO HAVE ADVENTURES ANY WHERE, TAKE HIM HOME AND LET YOUR HOUSE BE HIS PLAYGROUND.
CHARLIE IS 2 YEARS OLD AND HAS WONDERFUL MANNERS. HE WOULD BE BEST AS THE ONLY DOG IN AN ADULT HOUSEHOLD. CHARLIE IS FULL OF LOVE AND ENERGY, AND WOULD BE THE PERFECT ACCESSORY TO KEEP YOU WARM THIS WINTER!
TO ADOPT DOMINO OR CHARLIE OR TO VIEW OTHER AVAILABLE PETS, GO TO ny-petrescue.org
In their weekly segment, Kate and Kayode Howard of Scriptly Live discussed what’s hot in theaters and on television.
In our Round Table discussion, Maura Carlin spoke with Leonard Andrew and Maria DeRose, participants in the Better Angels, Bipartisan Citizens Movement, about the project and its efforts to bring people from different political views to talk about the issues that are currently dividing our country.
Lum Yen, a popular restaurant located in Mamaroneck, will be closing its doors on January 18th after serving the community for forty-five years.
EXECUTIVE ELECT GEORGE LATIMER ANNOUNCED HIS TRANSITION TEAM RECENTLY. LATIMER NAMED KEN JENKINS OF YONKERS AS DEPUTY COUNTY EXECUTIVE. JENKINS WAS LATIMER’S OPPONENT DURING THE SEPTEMBER PRIMARY RACE.
SERVING AS COUNTY ATTORNEY IS JOHN NONNA, FORMER MAYOR OF PLEASANTVILLE AND PARTNER WITH LAW FIRM SQUIRE PATTON BOGGS.
FOR DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS, LATIMER CHOSE JOAN MCDONALD, THE FORMER STATE COMMISSIONER OF TRANSPORTATION. LATIMER ALSO NAMED CATHERINE CIOFFI, THE FORMER WCBS BROADCASTER, FOR DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS.