Friday Dec 6
Wounded Warrior donation MIA from lesbian waitress of anti-gay tip story
A former Marine and waitress said that any donations she received after a customer allegedly left an anti-gay screed in lieu of a tip would go to the Wounded Warrior Project - but the organization has not been able to verify that she made good on her vow.
Friday Dec 6
New York Post
AOL editor-in-chief to exit
The latest is that AOL editor in chief Cyndi Stivers is said to be exiting. She only joined in May. At the time of her hiring, Chris Grosso, the AOL senior vice president and general manager of AOL homepages said, "As we evolve AOL.com as a content destination, we will look to Cyndi to ensure the site showcases the most compelling stories relevant ... (more)
San Diego Source
San Diego Press Club at 40
Everyone seems to know that journalism is a rapidly shrinking - if not dying - industry, perhaps destined to go the way of the manual typewriter, the phonograph and the film camera.
The Greenwich Daily Voice
Port Chester Teens Charged In Summer Robbery Of Greenwich Youth
Two teens from Port Chester, N.Y., were facing robbery charges in connection with an incident in Greenwich over the summer, according to Patch.com .
It's Small Business Saturday in Greenwich
Patch.com and Greenwich Chamber of Commerce have teamed up with American Express to help promote today, Saturday, Nov. 30 as "Small Business Saturday".
The Pleasantville Daily Voice
Pleasantville Assault Case Reportedly Comes To A Close
A 32-year-old Pleasantville man from Guatemala who had been living in the country illegally has been convicted in the attempted rape of a 28-year-old woman in 2011, according to a Patch.com report.
The Cortlandt Daily Voice
Cortlandt Manor Woman Named To Westchester Seniors' Hall Of Fame
Cortlandt Manor resident Suzanne Sadofsky will be inducted into the Westchester County Senior Citizens Hall of Fame next month, according to Patch.com .