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'I'm Just Not Buying It!'

The Douglas Kennedy trial, the death of a man during a 10K, and a brutal beating in Ossining are just some of the topics that got Patch users talking on our comments board last week.

ER Doc Felt Taking Kennedy Baby Outside Was 'Fine'

"I can't see how anyone could say that Douglas Kennedy would do anything to hurt or cause harm to his new born baby Bo. I'm just not buying it! ~ The Westchester News" -- The Westchester News

... and ...

"As a pediatric nurse working many years myself in infant/maternity area, I can tell you that NO hospital allows a baby to be carried through the halls by a parent or staff. Furthermore, what kind of parent would carry their newborn outside in JANUARY dressed only in a diaper, T-shirt and a blanket ?" -- rene

Students Brutally Beaten in Ossining

"This is a very unfortunate occurrence. Not only did the Sleepy Hollow kids get black eyes, this will leave an enduring black eye on the reputation of Ossining and Ossining High School. Hopefully, OHS can use this incident, to give guidance to the students, about respect and tolerance." -- Jim

Peekskill Holds First Public Hearing on Budget

"One way or the other the budget has to be balanced. Cut expenses and or raise taxes. Either way people will be hurt. Taxes are raised, rents go up so its not just the homeowners that will pay the increase. The buy out is a good option as it at least gives some employees close to retirement a change to go out with dignity and a little extra cash." -- john basic

Orangetown Prepares For Storm

"It's amazing how we all survived years ago." -- Sick-n-Tired

Man Dies Shortly After Sleepy Hollow 10K

"I hope we can learn something from all of this. First, I am no doctor, nor am I an EMT. I am a runner. I have learned about cardiac arrest from a good friend who teaches CPR for a living. First, those who are EMT's who volunteer for the ambulance corps in our communities are heroes. They give up time to try to serve the community by saving lives. In August of 2011, my life was saved by the Congers Valley Cottage ambulance crew so i have the utmost respect for these individuals. I was involved in a bicycle accident and suffered severe head and facial injuries. Now, back to my point. More facts will come out in the coming days, and many of them may take focus off what we as citizens can control and what we cannot. If this runner went into sudden cardiac arrest, which is what i believe happened here, whether an ambulance got there in 8 minutes or 12 minutes or whatever amount of minutes, it may not have been the most critical factor in this story. This story is about a man who died to young, and education of sudden cardiac arrest and CPR. When someone goes into sudden cardiac arrest, the most important thing is getting the victim CPR immediately.... In those minutes we wait for the ambulance. We should not be looking to blame for things we can't control and we should all focus on what we can control, and we can all learn CPR in less than a half day by becoming certified. Thank you" -- Seidey

VIDEO: Undefeated Bears Talk Tonight's Playoff Game

"Last night's win over Panas was by far the best game. McNeill's call for what would turn out to be the winning touchdown was artwork. Coach Mulvihill is not only an outstanding Middle School math teacher, but will go on the record books as one of the best H.S. Football coaches. It will be interesting to see what he looks like with bleached hair!" -- Karl

Tappan Zee Bridge Deck Replacement Continues

"What a waste of money when they are replacing the bridge soon." -- John Doe

[Editor's Note: Some minor grammatical changes have been made to comments.]

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