Three candidates are vying for two seats on the Greenburgh Town Council June 25, one of whom, current Councilman Ken Jones, is responding to a citizen’s ethics complaint filed against him.
A man told police June 10 he received a letter from Chase Bank, located on E. Hartsdale Avenue, to update his safety deposit box information. When he went to the bank June 1 to update the information, the key to the box didn’t work and the signature card was missing. He scheduled a locksmith…
Two candidates are vying for the office of town clerk in the upcoming Greenburgh Democratic primary. On June 25, incumbent Judith Beville, who has served since January 2008, will face off with Maria Portilla, who has been endorsed by the Greenburgh Democratic Committee.
On the heels of Bill S5793B, “An act to amend the village law, in relation to the requirements for village incorporation,” introduced May 15 by New York State Sen. James Skoufis, a new bill has been introduced as of June 12 by New York State Sen. James Gaughran of New York’s 5th district.
Two political newcomers and one incumbent are running for two Greenburgh Town Council seats in the Democratic Primary June 25, an election that is rarely contested.
Gerardo Casarella sat at a large table in his mechanic’s shop waiting room May 31. He twirled the rag in his hand multiple times on the same portion of table, cleaning it beyond perfection. Eventually he stood up and walked over to move a shelf that stood in front of more than two dozen pict…
Jeffrey Sherwin and Jon Lewis stood in the Greenburgh Town Hall parking lot May 28. In his left hand, Sherwin firmly grasped a nearly 4-inch thick folder, filled with more than 600 pages of signatures, exhibits, affidavits and a $6,000 check made out to the Town of Greenburgh.
In a town board work session May 14, members met with architect Max Parangi and developer Paul Dedvukaj to discuss a proposed plan to combine two separately owned lots on E. Hartsdale Avenue and Wilson Street to build a six-story residential building.
It was a dreary, drizzly morning at the Hartsdale train station as Lucas Cioffi handed out petitions May 13 to commuters.
A Westchester pet store that recently settled a lawsuit with a Scarsdale couple admitted last week to deceptive advertising about the health and wellness of animals.
In November 2010, Edgemont resident Gertrude Rothschild died. A world-renowned materials science and engineering professor at Columbia University, Rothschild was a physicist who researched and developed light-emitting diodes used in many modern day technologies like cellphones and television…
A multiyear campaign is over. The Hartsdale train station off of E. Hartsdale Avenue will have two elevators installed, with initial construction beginning in spring 2020, according to Catherine Rinaldi, president of Metro-North Railroad.
The Edgemont Community Council Silver Bowl Award for Distinguished Community Service will be awarded this year to David M. C. Stern.
Hartsdale resident Eric Zinger fell short Feb. 19 at the Greenburgh Democratic Convention, as current council members Kevin Morgan and Ken Jones secured the nominations once again.
Opponents of the proposed Formation-Shelbourne assisted living facility — formally known as The Solana Assisted Living Facility — hoped a second attempt to thwart the project would succeed where the first failed. No such luck.
After almost two years of legal battles between Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner and the Edgemont Incorporation Committee (EIC), it’s over — Feiner is victorious.
They’ve brought in the big guns.
The Edgemont Community Council has been in existence for more than 70 years and, as incorporation becomes more of a possibility, the community organization will have to decide its role going forward.
In an incident on Dec. 11, the tip of the left pinky finger of 20-month-old Max Blank, son of Edgemont residents Jeffrey and Kathryn Blank, was severed in a closing door at The Learning Experience (TLE) day care center at Rivertowns Square in Dobbs Ferry. The facility, which opened in Januar…
Evandale Road resident Michael Mellis said he and a family friend in 2013 were catching up and remembered there used to be a historical marker located on Underhill Road, commemorating a former French Army camp that existed in the area during the American Revolution.
Edgemont incorporation opponents, and respondents in the latest Edgemont Incorporation Committee appeal, Janet Linn and Hugh Schwartz, filed an opposition to motion for leave of appeal Nov. 30, challenging the EIC motion for a date in court before the New York State Court of Appeals.
The Town of Greenburgh will begin Jan. 17 the largest municipal food scrap recycling program in Westchester County.
What started off as a swim along a Cape Cod beach in Truro, Massachusetts, landed 61-year-old Edgemont resident William Lytton in the hospital after a shark attack Aug. 15.
The Greenville Fire District is in the midst of $300,000 worth of capital improvements according to fire district commissioner Michael Rappe. The improvements include roof work, upgrades to the apparatus bay and electrical work.
Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner announced July 3 the town of Greenburgh will begin long awaited work to fix the Odell House in Hartsdale, one of the many National Historic Places located in New York.
Both S&R Development and the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament nuns are awaiting decisions on motions in state court concerning their battle over 1 Dromore Road.
Westchester Supreme Court Judge Susan Cacace dismissed April 26 an Article 78 lawsuit filed against Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner’s decision to deny a petition from the Edgemont Incorporation Committee for a referendum on Edgemont Incorporation.