Revisions By the NYS Department of Health Regarding COVID-19 Vaccine Guidelines – New Yorkers Over 65 Welcome to Begin Registration
By NYS Assemblyman NADER SAYEGH (AD-90-Yonkers)

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Today, I’m pleased to announce that the New York State Department of Health has revised its COVID-19 vaccine guidelines in accordance with the CDC and is now allowing New Yorkers over the age of 65 to begin registering to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Those interested in registering to make an appointment or check their availability can click HERE or contact …

eHeziRevisions By the NYS Department of Health Regarding COVID-19 Vaccine Guidelines – New Yorkers Over 65 Welcome to Begin Registration
By NYS Assemblyman NADER SAYEGH (AD-90-Yonkers)

Joint Statement Against Violence and Hate from Westchester County Chiefs of Police Association and the Office of the Westchester County District Attorney

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WHITE PLAINS, NY — January 11, 2021 — The Westchester County Chiefs of Police Association and the Office of the Westchester County District Attorney strongly condemn the violent assault on our nation’s Capitol on January 6th and stand united against hate. We recognize that this is an uncertain and uneasy time in our county and across the country. We pledge …

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Senate Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins’ Statement on the Passing of Peter Woods

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HARTSDALE, NY — January 11, 2021 — “Peter was a gentle giant, always there to help and serve those in the community as the Commissioner of the Hartsdale Fire District.  A former NYPD Sergeant and first responder on 9/11, he was a true hero who sadly paid the ultimate price. My deepest sympathies to his family and all who knew …

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Jackson List: Thornburgh on Jackson, Security, Liberty, and Law
By JOHN Q. BARRETT

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QUEENS, NY — January 11, 2021 — Every good Attorney General of the United States studies and learns from the lives, words, work, and examples of his or her predecessors in that vital Cabinet office. Attorney General Dick Thornburgh, who served from 1988-1991 under Presidents Reagan and George H.W. Bush, was such an attorney general.  Thornburgh had a special interest …

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By JOHN Q. BARRETT

Greenburgh Setting Up A COVID Angels Vaccine Volunteer Program to Help Seniors Navigate Vaccination Registration Process
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

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Some Seniors Are Finding the Process Confusing Others Don’t Have Computers and Can’t Register Online Volunteers Will Reach Out To Seniors To Help Them Register and Report Problems/Issues to the State / County Direct E-MAIL to pfeiner@greenburghny.com to register to volunteer GREENBURGH, NY — January 11, 2021 — Over the years Greenburgh volunteers have helped seniors with problems. We have …

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By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

Attorney General James’ Special Investigations and Prosecutions Unit Releases Report on Investigation into the Death of Tina Davis

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NEW YORK, NY  – January 10, 2021 — New York Attorney General Letitia James’ Special Investigations and Prosecutions Unit (SIPU) (actual date of release was January 8, 2021) today released its report into the death of Tina Davis. After a comprehensive investigation, SIPU did not find criminal culpability on the part of the members of the Spring Valley Police Department …

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Harckham Urges PSC to Hold Con Ed Accountable for Poor Storm Prep and ResponseS

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ALBANY, NY — January 10, 2021 — New York State Sen. Pete Harckham sent a letter this week urging the Public Service Commission to hold Con Edison accountable for its poor preparation and unacceptable response to Tropical Storm Isaias, which left tens of thousands of residents in the 40th Senate District without power for days. Harckham’s letter was read into …

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Triumph of the Vaccine—No Shape-Shifting Enemy
By Dr. GLENN MARSCH

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NOTE: In the first article on this topic, I noted that while the COVID-19 vaccines were developed quickly, they weren’t unduly rushed. This article digs deeper into another common concern. GROOVE CITY, PA — January 10, 2021 —Here’s a thought experiment. What if our experience with COVID-19 turns out to be a warm-up for responding to a worse plague in …

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By Dr. GLENN MARSCH

Yorktown Seeks Resolution to U.S. Mail Disruption

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YORKTOWN, NY — January 9, 2021 —  Supervisor Matt Slater yesterday asked a regional postal official to resolve erratic mail service in Yorktown. In recent weeks Town Hall has received more than 40 complaints about erratic and delayed mail service. The complaints are coming from most of the eight zip codes in Yorktown, but they particularly concern service out of …

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Ossining Town Update
By Supervisor DANA LEVENBURG

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OSSINING, NY — January 9, 2021 — This is the first update of 2021. While I would love to be able to write about how exciting it is for us to have a fresh start, the attempted insurrection at the U.S. Capitol has overshadowed the glow of the new year. Ossining Mayor Rika Levin, Ossining School Superintendent Dr. Raymond Sanchez, …

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By Supervisor DANA LEVENBURG