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John Haffey

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John is a graduate of Villanova University with degrees in History, Communications, and Political Science. A lifelong Norwalk resident, he covers an array of topics from real estate and education to sports and entertainment. John has previously worked as a freelance reporter and brings experience in digital media advertising. A surfer, fisherman, and boater, John is prone to drop everything if the fish begin to bite or the waves are on.

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  1. Lace Up The Pads With Pace At Free Youth Football Clinic

    Lace Up The Pads With Pace At Free Youth Football Clinic

    PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- Area elementary and middle school football players can go long and head for the end zone with the Pace University football team later this month, thanks to a free youth clinic to be held on campus by coaches and players.Open to players in eighth grade and under, the clinic will take place on Sunday, Aug. 20 at Pace Stadium in Pleasantville. Starting at 3 ...

  2. Orthopaedic & Neurosurgery Specialists Taps New Rochelle Resident As CFO

    Orthopaedic & Neurosurgery Specialists Taps New Rochelle Resident As CFO

    GREENWICH, N.Y. -- Known across Westchester and Fairfield County for its exceptional orthopedic and neurosurgical care, Orthopaedic & Neurosurgery Specialists (ONS) recently announced the appointment of Jyotsana (Jodie) Sahota as the practice's new chief financial officer.Sahota’s promotion comes at a time of rapid expansion at ONS, which was founded in Greenwich in 1998. ONS added ...

  3. Class Is In Session For Pace University's Newest President

    Class Is In Session For Pace University's Newest President

    NEW YORK -- For most students, the first day of school is still weeks away. However, preparations for the upcoming semester are already underway at Pace University, as the school's incoming president, Marvin Krislov, begins his presidency this month.Having come to Pace after serving as president of Oberlin College for the past 10 years, Krislov, 56, succeeds Stephen J. Friedman, 78, who ...

  4. When Planting Becomes A Pain: Keep Your Body And Garden Happy This Summer

    When Planting Becomes A Pain: Keep Your Body And Garden Happy This Summer

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- Ask any avid gardener and they'll tell you that keeping flowers and plants looking great all summer requires continued effort. What most green thumbs may not realize, however, is that their favorite pastime can actually put them at risk for an overuse injury.Dr. David Wei, a hand and upper extremity specialist at Orthopaedic & Neurosurgery Specialists (ONS) who ...

  5. Pace Welcomes High School Seniors To Campus For College Sneak Peak

    Pace Welcomes High School Seniors To Campus For College Sneak Peak

    PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. -- Over the next three weeks, Pace University will be hosting several exclusive on-campus events for rising high school seniors before they return to school in the fall. These events are designed to showcase the university's academic and student life experience.Designed specifically for rising high school seniors who haven't yet started applying to colleges, Pace ...

  6. Five Pace Athletes Nab Academic All-Conference Recognition

    Five Pace Athletes Nab Academic All-Conference Recognition

    PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. --  Five Pace University student-athletes have been recognized by the Northeast-10 Conference for their success in both the classroom and on the playing field by being named to the Spring 2017 Academic All-Conference Teams.A Chester, N.Y native and senior on the men's lacrosse team, Brandon Donnellan was named to the Men's Lacrosse Academic All-Conference Team and ...

  7. Mix It Up: ONS Discusses Sports Specialization In Young Athletes

    Mix It Up: ONS Discusses Sports Specialization In Young Athletes

    GREENWICH, Conn. -- In today’s competitive sports environment, children and teens are under more pressure than ever to train harder and longer to excel in their sport. The result, according to Dr. Demetris Delos of Orthopaedic & Neurosurgery Specialists, often includes debilitating consequences.“The greatest shift in youth sports in the last generation has been the trend toward ...

  8. Hidden But Deadly: Know The Signs Of Brain Tumors

    Hidden But Deadly: Know The Signs Of Brain Tumors

    The brain is the control center of the body and mind. And like all other parts of the body, the brain is susceptible to tumors.There are more than 120 types of brain tumors, ranging from benign – or noncancerous – to malignant – or cancerous. These tumors can significantly impact a person’s quality of life and even become deadly if they interfere with vital bodily functions.Almost as ...

  9. Don't Miss The Symptoms Of Rare But Deadly Head And Neck Cancers

    Don't Miss The Symptoms Of Rare But Deadly Head And Neck Cancers

    Although relatively uncommon – they account for only three percent of all cancers diagnosed in the U.S. -- head and neck cancers present potentially life-threatening diagnoses. However, thanks to early detection and new, innovative treatments, doctors have come a long way in combating these upper body cancers.There are many types of head and neck cancers, most of which begin in the ...

  10. Ovarian Cancer: Early Diagnosis Is The Key To Survival

    Ovarian Cancer: Early Diagnosis Is The Key To Survival

    Ovarian cancer is often called “the silent killer” because its early signs are vague and often go untreated until the disease has spread. The fifth leading cause of cancer deaths among women in the United States, ovarian cancer is responsible for more deaths than any other female reproductive cancer. However, knowing the symptoms and risk factors for ovarian cancer is helpful in making ...

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