Justices Appear to Favor Reinstating Death Penalty for Boston Marathon Bomber
By Amy Howe

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Supreme Court heard oral argument on Wednesday in the case of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who was convicted for his role in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings, which killed three people and badly injured hundreds more. A jury sentenced Tsarnaev to death, but a federal appeals court threw out Tsarnaev’s death sentences last year. That prompted the federal …

TribuneJustices Appear to Favor Reinstating Death Penalty for Boston Marathon Bomber
By Amy Howe

Review of the 2022 Buick Encore GX Essence – FWD
By John and Laurie Wiles

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We got a big surprise this week, with the 2022 Encore GX Essence – FWD showing up in our driveway. Are we impressed? You bet. Did we love it? We did. Billed as a small SUV, suitable for five, with just over 50 cu.ft. of storage space, there are so many good things to say about the Encore, I am …

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The “Musical Chairs” Reshuffle to Temporarily Replace Yonkers Building and Housing Commissioner
By Hezi Aris

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YONKERS, NY — October 29, 2021 — The dismissal of Yonkers Housing and Buildings Commissioner Vincent Pici has become a responsive search for a qualified replacement. As the search begins, and there are prospects that are qualified to serve, a temporary musical chairs like solution is being engaged. This is the scoop: DPW’s John Naughton will replace Sam Borelli as …

eHeziThe “Musical Chairs” Reshuffle to Temporarily Replace Yonkers Building and Housing Commissioner
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Breaking News: Letitia James’ Gubernatorial Announcement Must Be Timed As Prudently as Her Message
By Hezi Aris

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YONKERS, NY —  October 28, 2021 —The adage is both simple and succinct: “Timing Is Everything”. In a sense, it is similar to being caught between a rock and a hard place. And so Letitia James must move with alacrity if she is to enter the New York State gubernatorial challenge. Those media privy to one on one knowledge, to …

eHeziBreaking News: Letitia James’ Gubernatorial Announcement Must Be Timed As Prudently as Her Message
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Fighting to Protect Neighborhoods
By Anthony Merante

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  Watch the Video Link: https://youtu.be/2bcDGuS4EGw YONKERS, NY — October 28, 2021 — The Grassy Sprain community and Winchester Village residents were outraged by the UPS planned expansion into their neighborhood. Residents feared that UPS’s plans, would produce a safety hazard with its above ground gasoline tanks, excessive traffic and noise generated by its 24/7 operation with trailers and trucks coming …

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By Anthony Merante

In Memoriam: Patricia A. Seabrook Black – March 19, 1939 – September 28, 2021

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HASTINGS-ON-HUDSON, NY – October 27, 2021 — Patricia A. Seabrook Black, daughter of the late James Joseph Healy and Grace Hafner Healy passed away on September 28, 2021 at the age of 82. Pat grew up in the Bushwick section of Brooklyn and attended Maxwell High School. At the mere age of 17, she matriculated at New York University, but …

TribuneIn Memoriam: Patricia A. Seabrook Black – March 19, 1939 – September 28, 2021

“A Something Good” Chat with Peter Noone
By Mark Jeffers

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BEDFORD HILLS, NY — October 27, 2021 —  Peter Noone is a multi-talented entertainer, who has been delighting audiences nearly all his life.  Universally regarded as one of Rock and Roll’s finest and most versatile entertainers. His distinctive voice and live performances are the stuff of legend. Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone is returning to the Paramount Hudson Valley Theater …

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Bronxville Mayor’s Column of Week of October 25th, 2021 Column
by Mary Marvin, Esq.

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BRONXVILLE, NY — October 26, 2021 — Voters across the State will be asked to decide the fate of five ballot measures in addition to the normal electoral races on Tuesday, November 2. This November is considered an “off “year as there are no state or federal races on the ballot but we do have five possible changes to the …

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Ruth Walter’s Legacy in Bronxville Revisited
By Hezi Aris

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The article written years ago substantiated the writing noted in the hyperlink immediately posted below… https://www.yonkerstribune.com/tag/the-jekyll-hyde-scenario-that-defines-ruth-walter-hezitorial                                        Bronxville Police Report that corroborates the Hezitorialhttps://www.yonkerstribune.com/2020/07/the-black-lives-matter-demonstration-allegedly-promoted-by-westchester-county-board-legislator-ruth-walter-d-15-in-bronxville-cancelled-for-lack-of-permit-by-hezi-aris

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A Mezuzah on Every Door
By Jonathan Feldstein

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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — October 26, 2021 — My friend got married this year, a year of many challenges. It’s been a special journey for her, so I got her a special gift: a mezuzah. In the Jewish world, that’s not an uncommon gift as the couple are establishing a new home together, and on every doorpost of every traditional Jewish …

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