The Families of the World Will Be Blessed Through You
By Jonathan Feldstein

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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — June 19, 2022 —  The shortage of baby formula in the United States is shocking and troubling on many levels. As news of this continued to expand, dual American and Israeli citizen Jonathan Feldstein prayed about what he could do to be of help.  As president of the Genesis 123 Foundation whose mission is to build bridges …

Jonathan FeldsteinThe Families of the World Will Be Blessed Through You
By Jonathan Feldstein

New Drop Off Location for Unopened,Unused Formulas for Babies at Greenburgh Town Hall – 177 HILLSIDE AVE, WHITE PLAINS

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GREENBURGH, NY — May 23, 2022 — Over a week ago a formula finder facebook page was created.  Westchester Formula Finders Buy/Trade/Sell/Give.  Over, 1300 families have signed up –helping parents obtain formulas for their babies.  Other residents have contacted me offering formulas for those in need. We have a wonderful community of residents who are more than willing to help each other. …

Paul FeinerNew Drop Off Location for Unopened,Unused Formulas for Babies at Greenburgh Town Hall – 177 HILLSIDE AVE, WHITE PLAINS

Westchester News and Notes – May 4th Edition
By Mark Jeffers

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BEDFORD HILLS, NY – May 4, 2022 — Welcome to “News & Notes,” where we look at the happenings here in Westchester County… Did you know that the month of May is named for the Roman goddess Maia, who oversaw the growth of plants?  Maia was considered a nurturer and an Earth goddess, just like my wife…so now that I …

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Westchester News & Notes: The Birthday Bash Edition
By Mark Jeffers

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BEDFORD HILLS, NY — April 4, 2022 — Welcome to “News & Notes,” where we look at the happenings here in Westchester County… April is a big birthday month for the Jeffers family, my wife, daughter, sister and many dear friends all celebrate, so right after I take out a loan for gift buying I will write this week’s “Birthday …

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The Greenburgh Student News Network First Meeting to Be Telecast Via Zoom on Thursday, April 7th at 4:30P.M. DST
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner

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The Greenburgh Tribune Edition GREENBURGH, NY — April 2, 2022 — Greenburgh students interested in participating in our new Greenburgh Student News Network (GSNN-TV) broadcast are invited to attend the first meeting of the Greenburgh Student News Network via Zoom this Thursday, April 7th at 4:30P.M., DST.  GSNN will be a locally produced news broadcast featuring students who will report …

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Bronxville Mayor’s Column – Week of March 28, 2022
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BRONXVILLE, NY __ March 29, 2022 — Now that spring is so gratefully upon us (though as I write this, it is 38 degrees!), it signals the first plantings in the Bronxville Giving Garden which is such an uplifting sign of a new season. Started in 2016, with the first harvest in the spring of 2017, our garden is unique …

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Turning the Other Cheek When You’re a Police Officer—Even When Denied Service at a Restaurant
By Michael Letts, Police Chaplain

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COLUMBIA, SC — January 4, 2022 — Turning the other cheek when you’re a police officer—even when denied service at a restaurant In December 2021, three on-duty San Francisco police officers visited the Hilda and Jesse Restaurant to eat. After they were seated, the staff said they felt uncomfortable with the officers in the restaurant and asked them to leave. The officers …

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2021 In Review
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner

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GREENBURGH, NY — December 31, 2021 — 2021 has been an eventful year in so many ways, both difficult and uplifting. Here are some highlights: NO TAX HIKE FOR THIRD YEAR–The Town Board approved a budget with a slight tax cut in December. Our third year with no tax hike. We maintained our AAA bond rating from Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s. …

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“The Constitution Today with WMU-Cooley Law Professors Brendan Beery and Jeff Swartz” Open the Broadcast by “Telling Us What They Really Think”, Michael Letts, Founder/CEO of InVest USA, Bob Marrone, General Manager/Anchor of Radio Westchester, and Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher/Editor on Westchester On the Level – December 28, 2021 – 10am-12Noon EST

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Listeners Are Welcome to Participate When Staying On Topic … Discussion is informed by the guests/host The CALL-IN NUMBER is 347-205-9201.  Callers will be asked for their first name so that they may be respectfully addressed as opposed to being referred to as “the caller” or “caller”. The broadcast is heard “Live” or “On Demand” via the following hyperlink … …

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Warm Love and Hot Soup for Israeli Soldiers
By Jonathan Feldstein

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JERUSALEM, ISRAEL — December 26, 2021 —  One morning this week, I went to run some errands near my home in the Judean mountains.  In addition to being cold out, there have been an increased number of security/terrorist incidents around Israel in recent weeks, leaving several dead and injured, Israelis edgy and on guard, and many more soldiers on duty guarding …

Jonathan FeldsteinWarm Love and Hot Soup for Israeli Soldiers
By Jonathan Feldstein