Here’s what’s happening today in the 914:
1.) Today marks the 74th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, which lead to the U.S.’ decision to enter World War II. LoHud.com has everything you need to know about parades, ceremonies and live webcasts here.
2.) Do you know someone in the health care industry who goes above and beyond to care for the well being of others? Nominate them as one of Westchester Magazine’s Healthcare Heroes. The award ceremony takes place in May at the Royal Regency in Yonkers.
— Westchester Magazine (@WestchesterMag) December 4, 2015
3.)?We all know the story of Charles Dickens’?A Christmas Carol,?but have you ever wondered what becomes of Tiny Tim after the story ends? Westchester Broadway Theater “Tim & Scrooge” tells the story of a 21-year-old Tim 10 years after Scrooge’s death. The show runs through Dec. 27.
4.) Today’s headlines:
- Indian Pt. reactor to remain shut for a couple days
- Closing Of Pleasantvilles Try & Buy Toys Is A Sign Of The Times
- $305B Federal Highway Bill Congress Passes Includes Lowey, Maloney Measures
- Valhalla Train Crash Prompts SUV Driver’s Husband To Fight For Change