Contact Us
Scarsdale Daily Voice serves Hartsdale & Scarsdale

Menu

Scarsdale Daily Voice serves Hartsdale & Scarsdale

Nearby Towns

Barry Leibowitz

Community Advisor

Barry Leibowitz is a longtime journalist and a resident of Hartsdale since 1992.He spent 27 years with CBS in radio, television, and digital news, primarily as a writer and editor. He has been a little league baseball and youth basketball coach, and is a trustee at Woodlands Community Temple in White Plains.Barry and his wife, a preschool teacher, have two adult children who attended the Ardsley public schools. 

Barry Leibowitz's Contributions

  1. Car Overturns After Driver Loses Control On Saw Mill Parkway

    Car Overturns After Driver Loses Control On Saw Mill Parkway

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- A motorist escaped with minor injuries after losing control of a vehicle that went off the road on the Saw Mill River Parkway early Thursday morning in Dobbs Ferry.The crash, reported just before 2 a.m., occurred near Cyrus Field Road, where the vehicle landed on its roof after going over a guardrail.The northbound lanes were closed immediately after the ...

  2. Poughkeepsie Woman's Kayak Murder Trial Begins In March

    Poughkeepsie Woman's Kayak Murder Trial Begins In March

    Jury selection in the trial of the Poughkeepsie woman accused in her fiancé’s drowning death will begin on March 13.Angelika Graswald, 36, made an appearance Tuesday at the Orange County Courthouse in Goshen, News12 reported.Graswald, a native of Latvia, was arrested after 46-year-old Vincent Viafore disappeared in the Hudson River while they were kayaking near Bannerman Island in ...

  3. TV Show Eyes Possible Link To Convicted Killer In  Edgemont's Spierer Case

    TV Show Eyes Possible Link To Convicted Killer In Edgemont's Spierer Case

    "Crime Watch Daily with Chris Hansen," a new TV show, is exploring the possible link between a convicted killer and the disappearance of Edgemont resident Lauren Spierer while she was a student at Indiana University.Spierer went missing at about 4:30 a.m. at an intersection near a nightclub in Bloomington she had visited on June 3, 2011 at age 20.Daniel Messel, already serving ...

  4. Chappaqua Superintendent McKay Resigns Amid Sex-Abuse Scandal Fallout

    Chappaqua Superintendent McKay Resigns Amid Sex-Abuse Scandal Fallout

    CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- Chappaqua Superintendent of Schools Lyn McKay will resign due to retirement, the school board announced Monday morning in an email blast to parents.The resignation comes amid fallout of the handling of the sex-abuse allegations following the resignation of former drama teacher Christopher Schraufnagel.Calls for McKay to resign piled up in September; a group of parents ...

  5. Body Found In Hudson River Is Missing Man, Report Says

    Body Found In Hudson River Is Missing Man, Report Says

    The family of a man who has been missing say police have confirmed that the body found floating in the Hudson River on Friday, Oct. 21, is their loved one, according to News12.Raymond Ortiz, 57, who was mentally-disabled, disappeared from the area three weeks ago. He was last seen leaving St. Joseph's Medical Center in Yonkers.His body was pulled from the Hudson River next to Water ...

  6. Police Officer Injured After Crash In Hartsdale

    Police Officer Injured After Crash In Hartsdale

    HARTSDALE, N.Y. -- Greenburgh police responded to an accident on Saturday morning involving a car and a motorcycle driven by a police officer from Yonkers.Greenburgh Police Chief Chris McNerney said the accident involved a city of Yonkers police officer on a motorcycle. "I believe the officer sustained a broken wrist when he maneuvered (and went down) to avoid hitting a car that ...

  7. Scarsdale Assemblywoman Paulin Helps Organize Concert To End Gun Violence

    Scarsdale Assemblywoman Paulin Helps Organize Concert To End Gun Violence

    NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. - This weekend New Rochelle will be one of hundreds of cities across the country to participate in the Concert Across America to End Gun Violence.For weeks, Scarsdale Assemblywoman Amy Paulin has been busy organizing local musical talent to participate in the nationwide event that will link more than 350 music concerts together through social media as the country ...

  8. Top Acts Converge On White Plains For Annual Jazz Festival

    Top Acts Converge On White Plains For Annual Jazz Festival

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – Music fans will be flocking to White Plains this week for its annual Jazz Fest.Sponsored by the White Plains BID and ArtsWestchester, the festival, which is in its 5th year, kicked off Tuesday and continues through Sunday, Sept. 25."It's growing bigger and better than ever," said White Plains mayor Thomas Roach. "It has become a White Plains ...

  9. Westchester School District Gets First Federal Suit Over Sex-Abuse Case

    Westchester School District Gets First Federal Suit Over Sex-Abuse Case

    CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- A former Horace Greeley High School student has filed the first federal lawsuit against the Chappaqua Central School District over how it handled the sex-abuse allegations involving former drama teacher Christopher Schraufnagel.The student, who goes by the pseudonym of "John Roe," was a Greeley student from 2009 to 2013, when he graduated. He is also one of ...

  10. Simone Felice Headlines Hastings Music Festival

    Simone Felice Headlines Hastings Music Festival

    HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON, N.Y. -- Singer-songwriter Simone Felice will headline at the ninth annual Take Me to the River music and arts festival Saturday, Sept. 10, in Hastings-on-Hudson.There will be local, regional and national acts and activities for kids.Among the performers will be Simone Felice, founding member of The Felice Brothers, whose early albums were among the most influential ...

  11. Prev Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next
    1 - 10 of 11 articles

Welcome to

Scarsdale Daily Voice!

Serves Hartsdale & Scarsdale

This is a one time message inviting you to keep in touch

Get important news about your town as it happens.