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  1. Hartsdale Celebrates Opening Of 'The Rex,' A New Pizza & Lobster Restaurant

    Hartsdale Celebrates Opening Of 'The Rex,' A New Pizza & Lobster Restaurant

    Roll out the lobster and serve up the pizza. If you are a seafood and Italian food aficionado, The Rex, a newly-opened eatery along Route 100 (247 North Central Ave.) in Hartsdale is worth a night out.More than 100 guests attended The Rex's grand opening ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday evening, May 17.Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner said residents already are raving about the ...

  2. Town Supervisor Proposes Extending Elections When Trains Aren't Running

    Town Supervisor Proposes Extending Elections When Trains Aren't Running

    Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner suggested on Wednesday that a state law should be passed to extend elections during emergencies that shut down Metro-North commuter trains."On Tuesday, May 15th there was a very important election around the county for School Boards and school budgets. . . . And there were some hotly contested elections for School Board in some districts," ...

  3. New Central Avenue Eatery Featuring 'Unique Flavors' Creating A Buzz

    New Central Avenue Eatery Featuring 'Unique Flavors' Creating A Buzz

    There's a new restaurant in Hartsdale -- at the four corners at 10 N. Central Ave.  off of E. Hartsdale Ave. -- called Unico Food & Drinks.Its current hours are 5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Visitors have been posting reviews about the restaurant in recent weeks. People are raving about the restaurant, according to Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner and www.tripadvisor.comOne called the food ...

  4. Bicycle Sundays Set To Start In Westchester

    Bicycle Sundays Set To Start In Westchester

    The weather is perfect for spending at least part of the weekend outdoors. The arrival of spring, and the 44th annual "Bicycle Sundays" could not arrive at a better time in Westchester County.Nearly seven miles of the Bronx River Parkway will be closed to motorists between White Plains and Yonkers on Sunday, May 6 for the first of a summer's worth of bicycle freedom.Bicycle ...

  5. Latimer Blasts Con Ed, NYSEG For 'Disgusting,' Slow Response To Storm

    Latimer Blasts Con Ed, NYSEG For 'Disgusting,' Slow Response To Storm

    This story has been updated.Westchester County Executive George Latimer expressed his "disgust" on Monday at the slow response by Con Edison and New York State Electric & Gas to the tens of thousands of utility company customers still without power after a devastating Nor'easter storm struck on Friday, as reported here by Daily Voice.The storm prompted Gov. Andrew Cuomo of ...

  6. Westchester Students Join Fight Against Gun Violence

    Westchester Students Join Fight Against Gun Violence

    Local students are getting involved in the national student-run movement to end gun violence.A national walkout and march, organized by survivors of the rampage last week at a school in Florida, have now been scheduled for next month.There will be a national school walkout day to protest gun violence on Wednesday, March 14.A march is also planned for Washington, D.C., where students ...

  7. Lois Bronz, 90, 1st African-American Head Of Westchester Legislature, Dies

    Lois Bronz, 90, 1st African-American Head Of Westchester Legislature, Dies

    Former Westchester County Legislator Lois Bronz, 90, died on Tuesday, Feb. 13.In 1994, she became the first black woman to be elected to the County Board of Legislators, and became the first African-American to lead the county board in 2002.County Executive George Latimer said, "Westchester lost a true friend in Lois Bronz."Bronz worked in education for 32 years and was ...

  8. State Judge Asks For Meeting On Edgemont Becoming A Village, 2nd Lawsuit

    State Judge Asks For Meeting On Edgemont Becoming A Village, 2nd Lawsuit

    A state judge handling the Town of Greenburgh's litigation with Edgemont residents over their desire to create a new village has called for a meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 13.In the meantime, the town has filed a notice of appeal to protect its interests until there is a clear indication of how to proceed, according to Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner.Feiner said he received correspondence ...

  9. Burglaries At 'All-Time Low' In Greenburgh

    Burglaries At 'All-Time Low' In Greenburgh

    Greenburgh Supervisor reported on Friday, Feb. 9 that burglary reports in the town during 2017 were at their lowest level since the own began to maintain crime records.Greenburgh Police Chief Chris McNerney released statistics on Part I Criminal Offenses for the year 2017. Part I Offenses are considered serious crimes by the United States Department of Justice.Included in this category ...

  10. Greenburgh Park Named After Frank Jazzo, 82

    Greenburgh Park Named After Frank Jazzo, 82

    Frank Jazzo, 82, of White Plains, a longtime member of the Greenburgh Parks & Recreation Advisory Board and a very dedicated own Historian passed away on Sunday, Feb. 4. According to Supervisor Paul Feiner, "Frank was a very dedicated man who did much for our town. He was passionate about providing recreation opportunities to our youth and a very dedicated Town Historian, who ...

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