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Patricia Milhaven lives in the 64-unit complex with Penny, a 3-year-old, 43-pound female English bulldog, who has been the subject of several complaints.
“Not one of you wouldn’t be here if you weren’t excellent at what you do,” said keynote speaker Kate Hampford Donahue.
Legal Services of the Hudson Valley (LSHV), the White Plains-based provider of civil legal services to those that cannot afford an attorney, will receive a $210,140 Pro Bono Innovation Fund grant from the Legal Services Corp. (LSC) in Washington, D.C.
Now the Lanza Family Foundation will focus on “the list,” a few organizations that she wanted to continue supporting.
LSHV's campaign, “Let Justice Grow,” has a goal of raising $1 million to help support the agency’s efforts to prevent homelessness across the Hudson Valley.
The organization handled more than 550 cases for Sullivan County residents last year from offices 40 miles away.
“There’s more need for our services than ever,” Halperin said.
White Plains-based Legal Services of the Hudson Valley has received a $10,000 grant from The Thomas and Agnes Carvel Foundation in support of the organization’s...
Legal Services of the Hudson Valley, a provider of civil legal services to those that cannot afford them in the region, will be awarded...
Six attorneys were honored June 2 at the Elisabeth Haub School of Law in White Plains, formerly Pace Law School. The attorneys — five...
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