Defund the Police? Why Not Defund Politicians
By Michael Letts

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COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA —September 4, 2021 — Law enforcement officers across the country don uniforms and equipment to face another shift, it’s difficult to imagine their heightened sense of defensiveness.  Each day, American law enforcement officers assume the duties of protecting us against violent offenders.  Yet as a group, law enforcement officers are collectively castigated in the absurd rallying cry of the …

TribuneDefund the Police? Why Not Defund Politicians
By Michael Letts

John and Laurie Wiles, the Driving Me Crazy Automotive Reviewers, Lieutenants Neekenson and Jeanne Elie Fils-Aime of The Salvation Army Yonkers Corp, and Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher/Editor on Westchester On the Level – Thursday, August 26, 2021. From 10am-12Noon

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  IMPORTANT NOTICE. In the 15 years of operation, I am saddened to inform our listeners that the BlogTalkRadio system is experiencing technical difficulties and is presently not functioning. The Driving Me Crazy segment with John and Laurie Wiles has not been able to go on air as scheduled. From our end we will try to access BlogTalkRadio every 5 …

eHeziJohn and Laurie Wiles, the Driving Me Crazy Automotive Reviewers, Lieutenants Neekenson and Jeanne Elie Fils-Aime of The Salvation Army Yonkers Corp, and Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher/Editor on Westchester On the Level – Thursday, August 26, 2021. From 10am-12Noon

Huge Back to School Donation in Yonkers

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Huge Back to School Donation in Yonkers The Salvation Army Yonkers Corps to Donate 500 Backpacks to Local Students This Friday, August 27, 2021 Committed to Making Sure Every Student Has What They Need to Succeed   YONKERS, NY — August 25, 2021 — Students’ return to the classroom is right around the corner, and The Salvation Army Yonkers Corps wants …

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Jerusalem on Fire
By Jonathan Feldstein

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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — August 19, 2021 — Jerusalem needs your prayers. This week, Jerusalem has been blanketed in smoke from wildfires that appear to have been started by terrorist arsonists. Because Israel is enduring a prolonged heatwave amid the dry summer, it has suffered an unprecedented and dangerous number of fires. Most recently, Jerusalem and the surrounding area have been the …

Jonathan FeldsteinJerusalem on Fire
By Jonathan Feldstein

Bronxville Mayor’s Column – The July 1, 2021 Edition
by MARY MARVIN, Esq.

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BRONXVILLE, NY — July 1, 2021 — I happened to be walking down Pondfield Road recently and saw our local ambulance service helping someone who needed assistance from a doctor’s office at 77 Pondfield Road. The situation caused me to stop and think who actually services those ambulances and how does the system operate. I must say in my 30+ …

Mary MarvinBronxville Mayor’s Column – The July 1, 2021 Edition
by MARY MARVIN, Esq.

Welcome to “News & Notes,” Where We Look At the Happenings Here in Westchester County… The July 1, 2021 Edition
By Mark Jeffers

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BEDFORD HILLS, NY — July 1, 2021 — We are on our way to the beaches of old Cape Cod for our annual family vacation.  Six feet away from sunburn, soggy clothes, and sandy sandwiches, can’t wait … if I’m not eaten by a whale, please enjoy this week’s “Vacation is all I ever wanted” edition of “News & Notes.” …

Mark JeffersWelcome to “News & Notes,” Where We Look At the Happenings Here in Westchester County… The July 1, 2021 Edition
By Mark Jeffers

IBM Donates $10,000 to the Food Bank of the Hudson Valley

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  CORNWALL-ON-HUDSON, ORANGE COUNTY,  NY– June 24, 2021 — The Food Bank of the Hudson Valley announced that IBM in the Mid-Hudson Valley has made a $10,000 donation to assist families facing hunger. “On behalf of all the IBMers in the region, we’re delighted to make this donation to the Food Bank of the Hudson Valley, which will help provide …

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Bronxville Mayor’s Column
by MARY MARVIN, Esq.

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BRONXVILLE, NY — June 4, 2021 — As we breathe a sigh of relief and enjoy the light at the end of the Covid tunnel, I read an article in the Journal News that was quite sobering and put other things in perspective. In essence, the article stated there is no vaccine for hunger. Hunger in Westchester will remain long …

Mary MarvinBronxville Mayor’s Column
by MARY MARVIN, Esq.

Welcome to “News & Notes,” Where We Look At the Happenings Here in Westchester County…
By MARK JEFFERS

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BEDFORD HILLS, NY — June 3, 2021 — June is busting out all over as is my waistline, so no more hot dogs for me, I’m off to buy some Kale and write this week’s “time to tighten my tummy” edition of “News & Notes.” A very special evening is on tap, June 9 as our friends at Diamond Hospitality …

Mark JeffersWelcome to “News & Notes,” Where We Look At the Happenings Here in Westchester County…
By MARK JEFFERS

Gullotta House Donates Lift for Housing Authority Tenant Unable to Go Outside Due to Illness and Steps
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER, Esq.

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GREENBURGH, NY — May 31, 2021 — Earlier this week I advised residents that a resident who I met while conducting my daily bike calls around Greenburgh had a major quality of life problem. Her daughter, a resident at one of the Greenburgh Housing Authority apartments had difficulty getting down the steps of her apartment due to an illness. She resides on the 2nd floor …

Paul FeinerGullotta House Donates Lift for Housing Authority Tenant Unable to Go Outside Due to Illness and Steps
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER, Esq.