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Sarah Neuman Appoints New Administrator

She then became number one of the occupational therapy department at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Yonkers. During her 12-year incumbency there, she was promoted to administrator and earned her master's in public application from Pace University.

the gift of a healthier you

According to the Yonkers, NY-based American Introduce of Stress, physical and mental tensions have been linked to many disorders, such as sympathy attacks, stroke, and a greater susceptibility to infections. “The antitoxin to stress is keep the focus on

Westchester Legislators Vote To Override Vetoes

Bi-tendentious override votes also maintained funding for four staff positions at the Westchester County Council of Elections, as well as funding for ArtsWestchester and a small business incubation program run by the Jewish Directors of Yonkers.

Thom, Croton Tigers Building Basketball Momentum

Thom, who knowledgeable basketball at the knee of his father Bill Thom, the longtime coach of the Tigers, scored a conspire-high 15 points to lead the Tigers to a 53-24 supremacy over Yonkers in the Slam Dunk Challenge to win the Most Valuable Player award at the

Hostess launches 'Deep Fried Twinkies'

NEW YORK - The deep-fried Twinkie is jumping from the state fair to the home freezer.

Hostess Brands, the maker of lunchbox treats like Ho Hos, is launching packaged “Deep Fried Twinkies” starting Friday that mark its first foray into frozen foods. The cream-filled snack in vanilla or chocolate is the result of a yearlong collaboration between Hostess and Wal-Mart, as both companies look to spark food sales with innovative products.

Battered and partially fried before being frozen, the Twinkies need to be finished for a short time in the oven, toaster oven or frying pan. They’ll cost $4.76 for a box of seven and for the first three months are available only at Wal-Mart.

It has a “retro cool factor,” says Ellen Copaken, Hostess’ vice president of marketing. “It plays into the comfort food trend. And it’s fun.”

The Twinkie, long one of Hostess’ largest sellers, is a bigger business now than even right before the company filed for bankruptcy in 2012, Copaken said. Executives had considered developing a deep-fried version, like those seen at local fairs, but put the plans on hold until Wal-Mart approached them last summer.