Live Streaming of Greenburgh Early Voting Offers Way to Avoid Lines

To help you avoid lines if you wish to vote at the Greenburgh Town Hall on early voting days we have installed a live stream video camera at the entrance of Greenburgh... Read more »

Legislators Borgia & Smith Jointly Request Funding for Three Projects in 2021 Capital Project Budget

In advance of the release of County Executive George Latimer’s 2021 Capital Project Budget, Legislators Catherine Borgia and Colin Smith requested the inclusion of three projects. The projects are: $2M for the... Read more »

Jones and McArdle-Schulman in Final Stretch in Race for Congress

Maureen McArdle-Schulman has never been one to back down from a challenge. “I was always told I couldn’t do this,” she said about her decision to seek the Congressional seat in New York’s District 17. “That’s... Read more »

Local Leaders Fete Fixell 

On Sept. 21, 2020, trustees of the Village of Tarrytown held a special session (virtually) to confirm the appointment of Tom Butler as Village Mayor, succeeding Drew Fixell.   The session provided an opportunity for elected officials from throughout Westchester to thank Fixell for his 20 years of service. Following are some of those comments … ... Read more »

Governor Andrew Cuomo Endorses Pete Harckham for Re-Election to the NY State Senate

  New York State Governor Andrew M. Cuomo endorsed Pete Harckham today in his race for the New York State Senate. Harckham is running for re-election in the Senate, where he had... Read more »

Harckham Releases Taxes, Calls on Astorino to Do the Same

“Hiding information from the public always turns things into a mess—just ask Trump!” New York State Senator Pete Harckham, running for re-election in the 40th Senate District, released a copy of his... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Tracking Absentee Ballots

Thousands of Westchester voters will be casting their ballots for President of the United States, for Congress and State Legislative positions by absentee ballots (mail ballots). With the postal service being very ... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: Money Spent on Government Services Pays Dividends

To the Editor: Astorino’s fiscal conservatism may be very popular with those who would rather hoard their money than pay taxes that would benefit themselves well as their fellow citizens, but in... Read more »

Drew Fixell Resigns as Mayor of Tarrytown

As first reported by the Hudson Indpendent, After 15 years in office and with 14 months before the next election, Drew Fixell is stepping down as Mayor of Tarrytown. Fixell tendered his... Read more »

Incumbent Peter Harckham and Opponent Rob Astorino Speak with the River Journal

What was destined to be a contentious fight for the State Senate seat in the 40th District has seen both sides throwing harder rhetorical jabs as the November election looms closer. In... Read more »