Easter Arrives In Eastchester

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The Easter Bunny hosts an egg hunt as dozens of families turn out at Hilltop Farms in Croton on Saturday afternoon.
The Easter Bunny hosts an egg hunt as dozens of families turn out at Hilltop Farms in Croton on Saturday afternoon. Photo Credit: Art Cusano
Dozens of families attend the Easter Egg hunt at Hilltop Farms in Croton.
Dozens of families attend the Easter Egg hunt at Hilltop Farms in Croton. Photo Credit: Art Cusano
A young hunter prepares to get started at the Easter egg hunt at Hilltop Farms in Croton.
A young hunter prepares to get started at the Easter egg hunt at Hilltop Farms in Croton. Photo Credit: Art Cusano
The kids get to work at the Easter egg hunt at Hilltop Farms in Croton on Saturday.
The kids get to work at the Easter egg hunt at Hilltop Farms in Croton on Saturday. Photo Credit: Art Cusano
Kids check every corner at the Easter egg hunt at Hilltop Farms in Croton on Saturday.
Kids check every corner at the Easter egg hunt at Hilltop Farms in Croton on Saturday. Photo Credit: Art Cusano
No leaf is left unturned as Easter egg hunters hit their stride at Hilltop Farms in Croton.
No leaf is left unturned as Easter egg hunters hit their stride at Hilltop Farms in Croton. Photo Credit: Art Cusano
Hilltop Farms in Croton is decked out with Easter flowers.
Hilltop Farms in Croton is decked out with Easter flowers. Photo Credit: Art Cusano
Dozens of families hunt for Easter eggs at Hilltop Farms in Croton on Saturday afternoon.
Dozens of families hunt for Easter eggs at Hilltop Farms in Croton on Saturday afternoon. Photo Credit: Art Cusano
A young egg hunter goes to work at Hilltop Farms.
A young egg hunter goes to work at Hilltop Farms. Photo Credit: Art Cusano
The Easter Bunny has a hug for one youngster at Hilltop Farms in Croton.
The Easter Bunny has a hug for one youngster at Hilltop Farms in Croton. Photo Credit: Art Cusano
Father Vincent Druding (Jesus) and members of the Assumption Catholic Church congregation carried out a live reenactment of the crucifixion of Jesus on Good Friday,
Father Vincent Druding (Jesus) and members of the Assumption Catholic Church congregation carried out a live reenactment of the crucifixion of Jesus on Good Friday, Photo Credit: Art Cusano
Father Vincent Druding (Jesus) and members of the Assumption Catholic Church congregation carried out a live reenactment of the crucifixion of Jesus on Good Friday,
Father Vincent Druding (Jesus) and members of the Assumption Catholic Church congregation carried out a live reenactment of the crucifixion of Jesus on Good Friday, Photo Credit: Art Cusano
Father Vincent Druding (Jesus) and members of the Assumption Catholic Church congregation carried out a live reenactment of the crucifixion of Jesus on Good Friday,
Father Vincent Druding (Jesus) and members of the Assumption Catholic Church congregation carried out a live reenactment of the crucifixion of Jesus on Good Friday, Photo Credit: Art Cusano
Father Vincent Druding (Jesus) and members of the Assumption Catholic Church congregation carried out a live reenactment of the crucifixion of Jesus on Good Friday,
Father Vincent Druding (Jesus) and members of the Assumption Catholic Church congregation carried out a live reenactment of the crucifixion of Jesus on Good Friday, Photo Credit: Art Cusano
Father Vincent Druding (Jesus) and members of the Assumption Catholic Church congregation carried out a live reenactment of the crucifixion of Jesus on Good Friday,
Father Vincent Druding (Jesus) and members of the Assumption Catholic Church congregation carried out a live reenactment of the crucifixion of Jesus on Good Friday, Photo Credit: Art Cusano
Father Vincent Druding (Jesus) and members of the Assumption Catholic Church congregation carried out a live reenactment of the crucifixion of Jesus on Good Friday,
Father Vincent Druding (Jesus) and members of the Assumption Catholic Church congregation carried out a live reenactment of the crucifixion of Jesus on Good Friday, Photo Credit: Art Cusano
Father Vincent Druding (Jesus) and members of the Assumption Catholic Church congregation carried out a live reenactment of the crucifixion of Jesus on Good Friday,
Father Vincent Druding (Jesus) and members of the Assumption Catholic Church congregation carried out a live reenactment of the crucifixion of Jesus on Good Friday, Photo Credit: Art Cusano
Father Vincent Druding (Jesus) and members of the Assumption Catholic Church congregation carried out a live reenactment of the crucifixion of Jesus on Good Friday,
Father Vincent Druding (Jesus) and members of the Assumption Catholic Church congregation carried out a live reenactment of the crucifixion of Jesus on Good Friday, Photo Credit: Art Cusano

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Christians throughout Westchester County ushered in the holiest day of their faith with both joyous and solemn celebrations of Easter.

On Saturday, several towns and businesses across the county held Easter egg hunts. At Hilltop Farms in Croton-on-Hudson, so many children attended the noon hunt that it caught organizers by surprise. Luckily, a second egg hunt was scheduled at the farm later in the day.

On Good Friday, Peekskill's Assumption Church was among the churches in the area to re-enact the Stations of the Cross, which recount the final hours of the life of Jesus Christ. The production took place in Depew Park and was attended by hundreds of spectators.

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Why does the headline read "Easter arrives in Mamaroneck" and the photo caption mentions Croton? Reporters need to know where/what they are reporting.

why is the headline Easter arrives in Pleasantville - which incidentally had an egg hunt like neighboring towns - but the story is about Croton?

This is not the first time I've followed a link in the title listing Pleasantville - the story above about Pleasantville's Robyn O'Brien is a classic example. She is from Briarcliff which last I checked was not Pleasantville.

If this paper keeps this up people will get tired of being "tricked" into reading stories that are supposed to be about their towns and stop reading altogether.

Great photo but it's a shame Mr. Cusano had to travel to Croton for a "Yorktown" Easter Egg Hunt. When more than 1800 people went to Yorktown's Downing Park yesterday enjoyed a beautiful day, picked up the more than 28,000 colorful eggs the Lions and Leo Clubs put out as well as receiving hudreds of prizes the Parks Department gave away at Yorktown's traditional Easter Egg hunt