Mount Vernon: The Old vs New
By Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Thomas

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  MOUNT VERNON, NY — April 18, 2018 — When I served on the Mount Vernon City Council, I got my first chance to see how our city’s government functioned and what I saw wasn’t pretty. I found systems that were old and outdated and a City Hall that operated as a patronage haven for many people, including rewarding those …

eHeziMount Vernon: The Old vs New
By Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Thomas

Redeeming Bad Loans; Protecting Taxpayers
By Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Thomas

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    MOUNT VERNON, NY — April 18, 2018 — Two weeks ago the City of Mount Vernon and the Mount Vernon Urban Renewal Agency headed to federal court to protect the taxpayer. For years, investigators have been examining this agency which is funded in large part by federal grants. To my surprise, we recently discovered $6 million in bad …

eHeziRedeeming Bad Loans; Protecting Taxpayers
By Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Thomas

Statement of Actress Angela Lansbury Against Sexual Harassment and Abuse of Women

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA — November 30, 2017 — Actress Angela Lansbury issued the following statement yesterday: “There is no excuse whatsoever for men to harass women in an abusive sexual manner.  And, I am devastated that anyone should deem me capable of thinking otherwise. “Those who have known the quality of my work and the many public statements I have …

eHeziStatement of Actress Angela Lansbury Against Sexual Harassment and Abuse of Women

Repeal of Media Cross-Ownership Ban, Not “Net Neutrality”, is the Immediate Threat
By DERICKSON K. LAWRENCE

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MOUNT VERNON, NY — November 30, 2017 —The FCC’s upcoming decision of December 14, 2017 on reversing Net Neutrality has sparked serious concerns and has gained a ton of media attention on yet another reversal of the Obama administration’s signature achievements. What’s not getting enough attention, however, is the FCC decision of November 16, 2017 that has flown under the …

eHeziRepeal of Media Cross-Ownership Ban, Not “Net Neutrality”, is the Immediate Threat
By DERICKSON K. LAWRENCE

Two Benedict Arnolds Want to Harm New York
By ANDREW M. CUOMO

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Washington’s “tax reform” proposal is being rushed through Congress with little discussion and transparency. Why? Because if Americans knew the facts, it would be dead on arrival. The plan is a death blow to New York State. This federal scheme proposes to cut taxes for the richest Americans and corporations, while financing these cuts at the expense of our middle-class …

eHeziTwo Benedict Arnolds Want to Harm New York
By ANDREW M. CUOMO

John Bailey, White Plains CitizeNetReporter Publisher, Michael Edelman Esq., National Political Analyst, and Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Editor-at-Large on Westchester On the Level – Monday, October 23, 2017 @10am DST

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WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — White Plains CitizeNetReporter Publisher and Monday Co-host John Bailey speaks to the election efforts 15 days before the General Elections of November 7th. Segment airs October 23, 2017th from 10-10:30am Political Analyst Michael Edelman, Esq., delves into making sense of the political turbulence emanating from and about President Trump. There is the previously unknown American troops …

eHeziJohn Bailey, White Plains CitizeNetReporter Publisher, Michael Edelman Esq., National Political Analyst, and Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Editor-at-Large on Westchester On the Level – Monday, October 23, 2017 @10am DST

Gender Defining Laws or Psychological Counseling?
By BOB WEIR

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We’re living through a strange era, one in which logic and reason has been turned on its head, causing us to view the world from an upside down perspective. These insidious distortions of reality come in many forms, but, in this instance I’d like to address the issue of gender. A mere few decades ago, who would have imagined that …

eHeziGender Defining Laws or Psychological Counseling?
By BOB WEIR

National Anthem Not Played at Yonkers Youth Tackle Football Game
By KEVIN O’LEARY

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I attended my son’s Youth Football Game in Yonkers this past Sunday afternoon, October 15, 2017th at 4:00 p.m.. It was the Home Team‘s game; The Yonkers Knights against my son’s team, the Yorktown Huskers, the category of those players 12 and under. We arrived early to find both teams warming up. There was pre-game music during the stretching, and …

eHeziNational Anthem Not Played at Yonkers Youth Tackle Football Game
By KEVIN O’LEARY

White Plains Mayoral Candidate Milagros Lecuona Interview Conducted on “People To Be Heard”

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eHeziWhite Plains Mayoral Candidate Milagros Lecuona Interview Conducted on “People To Be Heard”

Liam McLaughlin Suggests It May Be A Good Idea for Some School Students To Go Hungry By MIKE KHADER, Esq.

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YONKERS, NY — October 11, 2017 —There’s a problem with school lunches. Some 94 families have not filled out the paperwork to determine if their child is eligible for a free or paid lunch.  The School Administrators, doing the right thing, have been giving these children the same lunch as all other students.  Obviously there is a resulting cost. While …

eHeziLiam McLaughlin Suggests It May Be A Good Idea for Some School Students To Go Hungry By MIKE KHADER, Esq.