Yonkers Stirs the Pot: As the Nation Turns Blue Yonkers’ Roots Remain Red
By HEZI ARIS

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The Hezitorial The Reality of Totalitarianism Has Reared Its Ugly Head in The City of Yonkers YONKERS, NY— December 14, 2019 — The national demeanor reflects a change that is more entrenched and committed to political dogma; it is the dividing line that defines the nation by party affiliation and by generations. It thereby seems prudent by all measure, except …

eHeziYonkers Stirs the Pot: As the Nation Turns Blue Yonkers’ Roots Remain Red
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Voter Suppression of Another Kind in Yonkers
By NATALIE POLVERE

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YONKERS, NY — November 12, 2018 — Citizens of Yonkers should be clear:  Voter suppression has happened in our backyard.  It wasn’t by purging names from voter rolls.  It wasn’t by physical intimidation at our polling places (although that has been known to occur). No, this suppression was more blatant.  The Mayor and City Council denied the citizens of Yonkers …

eHeziVoter Suppression of Another Kind in Yonkers
By NATALIE POLVERE

THE HEZITORIAL: To Gas, or Not to Gas? The Question Asked of Yonkers Deputy Mayor Sue Gerry as She Waives Goodbye on Her Daily Commute By HEZI ARIS

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She literally opened her car door to the “perk” that she would drive from Bedford, New York, to Yonkers, New York, and back again. The solitude of the drive South every morning begins slowly; the comfort of the scenery familiar.  The many miles of passing landscape meant another costly refill of the cavernous gas tank.  She could not have once …

eHeziTHE HEZITORIAL: To Gas, or Not to Gas? The Question Asked of Yonkers Deputy Mayor Sue Gerry as She Waives Goodbye on Her Daily Commute By HEZI ARIS