2020 Will Be a Test of America’s Integrity
By BOB WEIR

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FLOWER MOUND, TX — February 24, 2020 — As I write this column Bernie Sanders has just won the Nevada caucuses by a wide margin, making him the frontrunner for the Democrat nomination for President. Although there’s still a long way to go before the party picks a nominee at the convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the week of July 13th, …

Bob Weir2020 Will Be a Test of America’s Integrity
By BOB WEIR

SUPER TUESDAY– A Strategic Move to CA$H in, for the Right Reason
By DERICKSON K. LAWRENCE

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  MOUNT VERNON, NY — February 21, 2020 — Okay, we can all agree: Bloomberg choked at the Wednesday night debate. Worse, he got his a$$ handed to him. But maybe he has always known that the debate stage would not be his finest moment. Yes, he was not yet in the race for debates 1, 2, 3, 4 & …

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By DERICKSON K. LAWRENCE

The Bronxville Chamber of Commerce Continues It’s Success
By Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

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BRONXVILLE, NY — September 24, 2019 — Thanks to the picture perfect weather and the quantity and quality of merchandise, the Chamber of Commerce sponsored Fall Sidewalk Sale was a huge success this past weekend. Again our merchants stepped up and made the village colorful, crowded and vibrant. The Sidewalk Sale is also the traditional kick off to the fall …

eHeziThe Bronxville Chamber of Commerce Continues It’s Success
By Mayor MARY MARVIN, Esq.

Read The Westchester Guardian – September 6, 2012 Edition

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Click to read The Westchester Guardian – September 6, 2012 edition Click onto the hyperlink above to open the virtual paper onto you screen. 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 Pro software at no cost …

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Henry J. Stern’s New York Civic Launches Candidate College Web Series

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Henry J. Stern is pictured. NEW YORK, NY — Morgan Pehme, executive director of New York Civic is pleased to announce that the first five episodes of our new, free informational Web series "Candidate College" are now online on their YouTube channel. Produced in partnership with Common Cause NY, the Women's City Club of New York, Touro College, and New Roosevelt, …

eHeziHenry J. Stern’s New York Civic Launches Candidate College Web Series

Al-Qaeda Sympathizer Arrested; Thwarted from Carrying Out Bomb Plot

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New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg divulged in an early evening press conference that the New York Police Department (NYPD) had thwarted a plot to blow up U.S. Post Offices, NYPD Police Stations, and other target with crude pipe bombs.

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Ed Koch Statement of November 18, 2011 Regarding Occupy Wall Street By ED KOCH

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My impression from reading the newspapers today reporting on the efforts of Occupy Wall Street, as well as seeing a number of television newscasts last night depicting the activities of those protesters involved in seeking to shut down Wall Street, the adjacent subways and the Brooklyn Bridge, I’ve concluded the NYPD acted superbly and made the people of the City …

eHeziEd Koch Statement of November 18, 2011 Regarding Occupy Wall Street By ED KOCH

New York Civic: Pension Reform Agreed Upon, But Will the Promises Be Kept? By HENRY J. STERN

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The city's antiquated pension system has long been in need of streamlining and updating. The agreement reached yesterday (October 27, 2011) by Mayor Bloomberg, Comptroller Liu and leading labor unions provides hope that 2012 will be a year of pension reform, but such hopes have previously arisen and been dashed on the rocks of political reality. New York City employees …

eHeziNew York Civic: Pension Reform Agreed Upon, But Will the Promises Be Kept? By HENRY J. STERN

Water, Water Everywhere By HENRY J. STERN

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Irene Drenches City – Winds Just Bluster, Nature Lends a Hand. Mayor Back in Groove Today we enjoy the calm after the storm. The sky is clear and we have a pleasant breeze. It is a perfect day to go outside and breathe air that is cleaner than usual. You can also leave your apartment windows open. The contrast, of course, is …

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Mayor Amicone Maintains Silence Over Men’s Shelter to be Built Near McLean Avenue By HEZI ARIS

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Bronx Borough President Diaz Requests Federal Intervention Over Muller Center Dispute Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr., addressed a letter to federal authorities in which he asserts New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg has blatantly sidestepped standard protocol to determine the adaptive reuse for the now vacant Muller Army Reserve Center in the Wakefield section of The Bronx abutting the …

eHeziMayor Amicone Maintains Silence Over Men’s Shelter to be Built Near McLean Avenue By HEZI ARIS