Bronxville Mayor’s Column
By Mary Marvin, Esq.

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The Bronxville Tribune Edition BRONXVILLE, NY — April 11, 2022 — After speaking with friends and neighbors over the past few weeks, I realized that we are not getting the word out in the way we should about our new movie theater, so named The Picture House Regional Film Center, which has first run movies 365 days a year. It …

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By Mary Marvin, Esq.

DRIVING ME CRAZY: 2022 BMW M4 Competition xDrive Coupe
By Driving Me Crazy Duo John and Laurie Wiles

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PINEHURST, NC —  April 7, 2022 — Johnny: BMW has long proclaimed they make the Ultimate Driving Machine and the 2022 M4 Competition xDrive Coupe certainly fits the bill. If you love sports cars like I do, you’ll want to check this one out. Laurie and I drove the 2022 BMW M4 Competition xDrive Coupe… Laurie: and it swept me …

John and Laurie WilesDRIVING ME CRAZY: 2022 BMW M4 Competition xDrive Coupe
By Driving Me Crazy Duo John and Laurie Wiles

How Many Pregnant Men Do You Know?
By Bob Weir

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FLOWER MOUND, TX — March 16, 2022 —   When I was growing up during the late fifties and early sixties there were lots of news stories about politics, war, crime, even an occasional article about a new dance craze. Juvenile delinquency was in its embryonic stage with crime stories about teenagers with switchblade knives and membership in small neighborhood groups …

Bob WeirHow Many Pregnant Men Do You Know?
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Whether Politics or Politricks, the Holier Than Thou Have Something Disingenuously to Say
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          The Hezitorial YONKERS, NY — March 6, 2022 — Whether life’s circumstances or the vicissitudes of life, we are each confronted with the challenges in which we find ourselves. Circumstance, decisions, and outcome unravel before us, whether because of our own deficient conduct and/or decision(s), or by the influences that commandeered our capacity to escape …

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Governor Hochul Updates New Yorkers on State’s Progress Combating Covid-19 As of March 5, 2022

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Hospital Admissions 7-Day Average Down 20% From Prior Week Lowest Hospitalizations Since August 11 16 Covid-19 Deaths Statewide Yesterday Governor Kathy Hochul today updated New Yorkers on the state’s progress combating COVID-19.   “As we continue to make progress with the pandemic across New York State, it’s critical that we follow the smart steps that put us in this position in the first place,” Governor …

TribuneGovernor Hochul Updates New Yorkers on State’s Progress Combating Covid-19 As of March 5, 2022

Bring Back Tough Cops
By Bob Weir

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FLOWER MOUND, TX — January 9, 2022 —   It’s really mind-boggling to hear about the huge increases in crime, especially homicide, while elected officials continue to deter cops from doing the job of preventing crime and arresting lawbreakers. Perhaps, if those elected officials were to try walking the crime-ridden streets of the cities where cops have been restrained, they’d have …

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Westchester County Democratic Committee Mourns the Loss of Former Chair / Commissioner Reginald Lafayette

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WESTCHESTER COUNTY — January 15, 2022 – The Westchester County Democratic Committee (WCDC) mourns the loss of former County Chair and Board of Election Democratic Commissioner Reginald Lafayette. Lafayette passed away suddenly this morning, January 15. The cause of death has not been released. Lafayette, a Mount Vernon resident, has served numerous roles in local and county government. Lafayette started …

TribuneWestchester County Democratic Committee Mourns the Loss of Former Chair / Commissioner Reginald Lafayette

Heroic Police Should Be Praised. Why? Because They Deserve It. Here’s One Example
By Jim Rada

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GETTYSBURG, PA— January 14, 2022 — On January 9, 2022, Mark Jenkins, a 70-year-old former U.S. Air Force fighter pilot, took off from Whiteman Airport in Pacoima, California, in a Cessna 172. Unfortunately, the small plane lost power and crash-landed on the street, sliding onto railroad tracks. The crash left Jenkins dazed inside the cockpit. Typically, this wouldn’t have been …

TribuneHeroic Police Should Be Praised. Why? Because They Deserve It. Here’s One Example
By Jim Rada

The Fulton Avenue Bridge Was Closed Yesterday, January 8, 2022, Following a Recent Safety Inspection

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MOUNT VERNON, NY — January 9, 2021 — Mount Vernon – The Fulton Avenue Bridge was closed today following a safety inspection failure than revealed serious concerns that compromised the structural integrity of the and bridge and those who would use it were it kept open. Mount Vernon City Hall issued the following statement, “We are working with the Metropolitan …

eHeziThe Fulton Avenue Bridge Was Closed Yesterday, January 8, 2022, Following a Recent Safety Inspection

The Fulton Avenue Bridge Was Closed Yesterday, January 8, 2022, Following a Recent Safety Inspection

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MOUNT VERNON, NY — January 9, 2021 — Mount Vernon – The Fulton Avenue Bridge was closed today following a safety inspection failure than revealed serious concerns that compromised the structural integrity of the and bridge and those who would use it were it kept open. Mount Vernon City Hall issued the following statement, “We are working with the Metropolitan …

eHeziThe Fulton Avenue Bridge Was Closed Yesterday, January 8, 2022, Following a Recent Safety Inspection