The Count is on for the 2020 Census – Each Community Responds

Depending on when you read this, you have already received a census form or you soon will. The national count of people living in the country is done every 10 years as... Read more »

The Count Is on for the 2020 Census

Depending on when you read this, you have already received a census form or you soon will. The national count of people living in the country is done every 10 years as... Read more »

Lo Que Necesitas Saber Sobre El Censo 2020 

(traducción Lucia Ballas-Traynor)  Cuando lean esto, puede ser que ya hayan recibido el cuestionario del censo o lo recibirán pronto.  Esta encuesta nacional que permite saber cuántas personas viven en el país se hace cada 10 años.  Bajo la constitución... Read more »

Local Officials Address Complaints About Water’s Taste and Smell

If you’ve noticed something a bit “off” about the water lately, you’re not alone. Local leaders have been flooded with complaints from residents about the taste and odor of tap water, which... Read more »

Meet Josh Eisen: The Republican Running for New York’s 17th Congressional District Seat 

With so much media attention given to the hotly contested Democratic nomination to fill the retiring Nita Lowey’s congressional seat in NY-17, one could be forgiven for overlooking the sole Republican (as of press... Read more »

Updates in the Race for the 17th Congressional District Seat

After a frenzied start to the competition for the soon-to-be-open seat in New York District 17, the candidates each look to stand out from the large field in 2020. The fight for... Read more »

Regeneron Announces Opening of DNA Learning Center with Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and Becoming Sponsor of World’s Biggest Science Fair

Regeneron made two major announcements at a press conference on December 12th. The first was a collaboration with the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in opening the new Regeneron DNA Learning Center on... Read more »

Evelyn Farkas and Allison Fine Enter the Race for Congress

The Two Candidates Talk to the River Journal  The field continues to widen for the soon-to-be open congressional seat in NY-17, a district encompassing Rockland County and parts of Westchester County. Dr.... Read more »

Transit-Oriented, Mixed-Use Development in Tarrytown Awaits Village Approval 

A new project at a 20,000-square-foot warehouse directly across from Tarrytown’s Metro-North Station at 29 South Depot Plaza continues to seek village approval. The plan is for the warehouse to be renovated... Read more »

The Race to Replace Lowey Quickly Heats Up – Meet the Candidates

Congresswoman Nita Lowey’s retirement announcement quickly sparked what already looks to be a competitive race to fill her seat in New York’s 17th Congressional District. Several candidates have already filed with the Federal... Read more »