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Appliance Sales Plus

The best prices on appliances and the best service.

Grimaudo-Zimmerman Agency

As a Personal Financial Representative living in Carmel for 12 years with my husband and 2 children I know many local families. My knowledge and understanding of the people in this community help m...

Houlihan Lawrence Yorktown

LOCAL MARKET LEADERSHIP. WORLD CLASS CONNECTIONS. For 125 years, our team of real estate experts has been the market leader in New York City's northern suburbs. We have the largest regional ...

Law Offices of Joseph J. Tock

Over 35 years of experience handling criminal law, DWI, wills/trusts/estates, general business law, real estate, accidents and personal injury.

Northern Westchester Hospital

Northern Westchester Hospital offers state-of-the-art technology and award winning patient care. Our hospital and health care professionals go through extensive education and training to ensur...

Rick's Seafood

Over 14 years serving the community with delicious seafood specialties.

Garrison Art Center

Garrison Art Center promotes the creation, exhibition and enjoyment of art.Through its programs the Art Center connects you to new opportunities. In 1964 a group of community arts enthusiasts pr...

Garrison Art Center

Garrison Art Center promotes the creation, exhibition and enjoyment of art.Through its programs the Art Center connects you to new opportunities. In 1964 a group of community arts enthusiasts pr...

YORKTOWN Love In Action, Inc

YORKTOWN  Love In Action Inc is a 501(c)(3) is a local not for profit charitable organization helping Westchester and Putnam families who have fallen on hard times due to an unforeseen li...

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I've Got You Covered

Half of the American people have never read a newspaper. Half never voted for president. One hopes it is the same half.

—Gore Vidal

Well, another election has come and gone. Most of us are pretty happy about the “gone” part. I don’t know about you, but if I had seen one more damn TV ad with some overly mawkish candidate playing with their kids and their dog ...

Recapturing the House was Just the Start

Conceived by those who were distrustful of unconstrained majorities, the Constitution incorporates a series of political checks and balances.  The most crucial are the checks that the Legislative Branch might place upon the president.

Over the past two years, Republican majorities in the House and Senate have failed to exercise sensible oversight on President Trump. This past Election ...

Marketing in the Great Outdoors

As a marketer, under APAR/PR, and as a private citizen, I come across promotional efforts by local organizations and individuals that cry out for help. Of course, non-profits count on donations and other groups solicit support of all kinds. What I mean in this case, though, is that the marketing materials themselves could use some help to improve the desired results.

To that end, let’s ...

On Stage: Small-Town Prophet, Big-Time Profits

Playwright Howard Meyer packs a lot of meaty food-for-thought into his new play, “Senescence,” which is having its premiere at Axial Theatre in Pleasantville, where it runs through Sunday, Nov. 18.

As always in his work, there’s a lot on this writer’s mind, and it’s all there on stage, in the dire situation depicted that has universal import, in the uniformly ...

Doggone, That’s a Lot of Dog Hair

We have a big dog. A very big, very white, very hairy dog. Much as we love him to pieces, the big white hairy dog has one down side. The big white hairy dog sheds like a Yeti. Of course, this isn’t a problem if you live in an igloo, or you have someone you dislike you can invite over who’s allergic to dog hair, or you’re someone who likes to knit with dog fur. However, since I ...

The Dog Is in the Pink

The dog sniffed me twice, circled my body, and then squatted and peed on my boot.

“Oh my, gosh! Bad, Bitsy, bad!” said Bitsy’s owner, dragging the tiny designer dog away from my dripping rubber boots. She turned to me somewhat aghast. “I’m so sorry—Bitsy has never done that before. At least you’re wearing raining rain boots. Lol!”

I was at a ...

Tobacco 21

November 8, 2018

To the Editor:

I’m so excited to learn Mary Ellen O’Dell, Putnam County Executive, recently signed the legislation to raise the age for the sale of cigarettes, e-cigarettes and tobacco products to 21!  I want to personally thank Mary Ellen and the county legislators for recognizing the importance of this legislation.  As a teacher of adolescents and cancer survivor, this ...