The Times Square Terrorist – Part I
By GAIL FARRELLY

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On the day after Thanksgiving the first bit of scary New Year’s poetry, printed by computer on plain white paper and enclosed in a plain white envelope, arrived at the office of the New York City Police Commissioner. Here’s what it said: Happy New Year, New York! Roses are red, Violets are blue, When the ball drops, So will you. …

eHeziThe Times Square Terrorist – Part I
By GAIL FARRELLY

It’s a Dog’s Life
By GAIL FARRELLY

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Two big eyes peered out from a little face framed by floppy, brown-and-white speckled ears. The little Cocker Spaniel rested in the grass beneath the bench on which his master, an old man with a cane, was sitting. “Miss,” the man said, “would you do me a favor and walk my dog around the lake? I have to rest my …

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By GAIL FARRELLY

Messiah Sing at The Reformed Church of Bronxville

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VILLAGE OF BRONXVILLE, NY — December 2, 2017 —On Saturday, December 16th, at 4:00pm, The Reformed Church will host its annual Messiah Sing accompanied by professional soloists and chamber orchestra, conducted by Dr. Sándor Szabó. It promises to be an exciting community event! The nationally acclaimed soloists are Jennifer Ribeiro, soprano, Nani Fueting, mezzo-soprano, Errin Brooks, tenor and Kyle Oliver, …

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The Last Column Until Labor Day
By Mayor MARY C. MARVIN, Esq.

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VILLAGE OF BRONXVILLE, NY — July 25, 2017 — As is custom, this will be my last column until Labor Day. I thought I’d take a break from reporting on flood projects, road repaving and zoning codes and highlight some of the interesting factoids about our Village and our home county.  All were new to me until I sat in …

eHeziThe Last Column Until Labor Day
By Mayor MARY C. MARVIN, Esq.

Summer Months Dedicated to Public Works Improvement
By Mayor MARY C. MARVIN, Esq.

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VILLAGE OF BRONXVILLE, NY — July 18, 2017 — No longer the quiet period for Village Government, the summer months are now dedicated to public works improvements, with the most disruptive activities planned for the least congested times in the Village. All of the following will commence at some point during the coming weeks with the goal of substantial completion …

eHeziSummer Months Dedicated to Public Works Improvement
By Mayor MARY C. MARVIN, Esq.

The New York State Legislature Session Concludes Its Regular Session
By Mayor MARY C. MARVIN, Esq.

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VILLAGE OF BRONXVILLE, NY — July 10, 2017 — The recent session of our State Legislature came to a close with the next regular session not until January.  As is often the case, not much consensus was reached. There were many symbolic one-house bills that made political statements but did not affect any outcomes.  The session was unique in that …

eHeziThe New York State Legislature Session Concludes Its Regular Session
By Mayor MARY C. MARVIN, Esq.

Villagers Begin Preparing for Summer Vacations
By Mayor MARY C. MARVIN, Esq.

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VILLAGE OF BRONXVILLE, NY — June 27, 2017 —This week’s column is season specific as the school year has come to a close and many Villagers begin to prepare for summer vacations. With residents traveling for extended periods of time, it is important that one’s home looks occupied.  Even when mail is stopped, Pennysavers and phone books left in the …

eHeziVillagers Begin Preparing for Summer Vacations
By Mayor MARY C. MARVIN, Esq.

Storm Warnings and Precaution BY Chief Christopher Satriale

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Bronxville, NY, September 29, 2010 — The National Weather Service has issued a wind and flood advisory for Westchester County from 11:00 pm Thursday through 6:00am Friday. the potential exists for winds in excess of 40 mph and rainfallamounts greater than six inches in some locations. the BronxvillePolice Department and Public Works Department is prepared to respond in the event of flooding and wind damage within the Village of Bronxville. 

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Bronxville Police Alert By CHIEF CHRISTOPHER SATRIALE

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 Bronxville, NY, June 30, 2010 — “Considering the recent coyote attacks in Westchester County we are issuing the below safety guidelines for all residents. There have been no coyote sightings in the Village of Bronxville since our alert on  March 18, 2010. Please contact the Bronxville Police Department at 914-337-0500 if you see a coyote in the Village," said Bronxville …

eHeziBronxville Police Alert By CHIEF CHRISTOPHER SATRIALE

Westchester Herald * Volume 5 – Number 192 * June 28, 2010

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Click to read the June 28, 2010 edition of the Westchester Herald Please be patient as it may take about 30 seconds for the document to be displayed onto your computer screen. You will need Adobe Reader to view the document. Get the latest, fully functioning  Adobe Reader Pro software at no cost and free of virus by clicking onto the Adobe Reader link. …

eHeziWestchester Herald * Volume 5 – Number 192 * June 28, 2010