Month: December 2016

Protecting the shield
Opinion Sports

Protecting the shield

If I’ve had one problem with the NFL this year, it’s been all the inconsistency. But I’m not talking about the New York Giants’ hide-and-seek offense, or inconsistency in the quality of play—after all, the Thursday night games have been consistently terrible. I’m talking about the decisions made by officials—both […]

To live or die trying
Opinion

To live or die trying

A few years ago, a firefighter in Sacramento, California, Mike DeBartoli, noticed his hands cramping up. He figured it was a symptom of the job. But when the cramps got worse, he went to his doctor and heard the three letters no one wants to hear: ALS. DeBartoli has Lou […]

Paying homage to Mr. Neil Millman
Opinion

Paying homage to Mr. Neil Millman

Today I am taking the opportunity to pay homage to a man that not only “talks the talk,” but more importantly “walks the walk.” Neil Millman is the epitome of someone who is the perfect example of one who is in touch with his faith and is the real meaning […]

Normandy Real Estate Partners and Wegmans Food Market are proposing to construct its first supermarket in Westchester County along the Platinum Mile in the town/village of Harrison. Photo courtesy Wegmans.com
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Wegmans eyes Westchester County

The town/village of Harrison is seeking to approve a developer’s plan to replace an old office complex at 106-110 Corporate Park Drive with a Wegmans Food Market, which would be the first of its kind in Westchester County. Normandy Real Estate Partners, which owns an abundance of property on the […]

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Rye Brook sends gun law to Planning Board

After proposing a local law to regulate where gun stores would be permitted to open within the village, the Rye Brook Board of Trustees referred the draft legislation to the Planning Board for further input on Tuesday, Dec. 13. In its current form, the law would amend a section of […]