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He was an USAF veteran and had served as a flight surgeon for four years at various bases, finally settling in at SAC Base in Myrtle Beach, S.C. The son of Italian immigrants Vincent and Frances Salimbene, he lived in the Throgs Neck area of the Bronx and attended Fordham Prep and Fordham University. He attended the University of Rome Medical School and later began a residency at Flushing Hospital in Queens before moving to Scarsdale where he built a family practice. Comment?
Manhattan men's specialty retailer Rothmans is going back to get to the future with a new concept store that will be unveiled in Bronxville next month. Rothmans officials have announced their intention to open a 1,000-square-foot shop on Pondfield Road - dubbed the harry-A Rothman project, named for the company president's grandfather - that will attempt to ascertain a younger clientele by concentrating on sportswear and gifts, rather than tailored clothing. Comment?
A Yonkers man may see more than a decade behind bars for his role in a accident that left a New York Police Department detective dead after driving the wrong way on the Sprain Brook Parkway. On Wednesday, acting Westchester County District Attorney James McCarty announced that Yonkers resident Efren Moreano, 22, has been sentenced to a prison term of between four to 12 years after pleading guilty earlier this year to a three-count indictment that includes manslaughter. Comment?
About 2,000 volunteers will head for their local shorelines on Saturday for the fifth annual Riverkeeper Sweep -- a one-day event made up of more than 100 cleanups and plantings along the Hudson River, including several in Sleepy Hollow and Westchester County. Riverkeeper's annual event is part of the organization's initiative to reduce plastic and other floatable pollution in the estuary. Comment?
Steve Samtur, a Scarsdale resident and the editor as well as publisher for 23 years of the magazine Back In The Bronx, will reminisce about the earlier days of the borough in a program, "The Bronx, The Way It Was," at the Scarsdale Pubic Library on Tuesday, May 3, at 7 p.m. Before it became synonymous with urban decay and "The Bronx Is Burning," the borough was a vibrant middle-class community with classic apartment buildings on the elegant Champs Elysees-inspired Grand Concourse, shopping galore on Fordham Road and taking dates to Jahn's Ice Cream Parlor. Comment?
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