Letter to the Editor: Paul Feiner on His Record as Town Supervisor

Every moment of my nearly 30-year tenure as the Town Supervisor of Greenburgh has been an absolute joy and it has been the greatest honor of my life to serve the exceptional... Read more »

Ken Wray to Run for 7th Term as Sleepy Hollow Mayor

Unite Sleepy Hollow, a non-partisan political committee for the Village that was created for the 2015 mayoral election announced today that Ken Wray would run for his seventh two-year term as Mayor.... Read more »

Senate Majority Leader Stewart-Cousins Debuts “I have a dream” Video Project

In honor of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins released the “I have a dream” video project on her social media pages. The video features several... Read more »

Peekskill Mayor Rainey Announces He Will Not Seek Re-election

Peekskill Mayor Andre Rainey announced today that he would not seek re-election at the end of 2021, having served six years in elected office. Over the last four years, Rainey helped the... Read more »

Assemblywoman Galef Calls for the Removal of Trump Name from State Park

With the President having faced a second impeachment for inciting an insurrection at the Capitol, Assemblywoman Sandy Galef sent a letter to the New York State Parks Commissioner on Thursday calling for... Read more »

Linda’s Legacy – A Look at the Career of Linda Puglisi

Since 1992, there have been seven Mayors of Peekskill, eight Supervisors of Yorktown, and the one and only Linda Puglisi, now in her 15th consecutive two-year term as Town of Cortlandt Supervisor.    When Ms. Puglisi announced she would... Read more »

Senator Elijah Reichlin-Melnick Hires Diverse Team to Serve the 38th District

Newly elected State Senator Elijah Reichlin-Melnick announced that he has hired a team of experienced professionals from diverse backgrounds as his incoming senior staff. Among those filling leadership positions are former Village... Read more »

Mondaire Jones to Serve on House Judiciary Committee in 117th Congress

Congressman-elect Mondaire Jones (NY-17) was nominated to serve on the House Judiciary Committee in the 117th Congress, per an announcement from the Speaker’s Office. “I’m excited to bring my lived experiences to... Read more »

Op-Ed: How Joe Biden’s VAWA Affected Women Experiencing Homelessness and Poverty

As the election came to a close just a few weeks ago, it’s important to note one of the most influential campaigns of President-elect, Joe Biden’s, career as a senator––The Violence Against... Read more »

Mondaire Jones Appointed to Congressional Progressive Caucus Leadership

Jones, who was recently elected Freshman Representative to Leadership, will serve as a CPC Deputy Whip in the 117th Congress Congressman-elect Mondaire Jones announced his appointment as a Deputy Whip of the... Read more »