It’s Open! Well, Half of It Anyway
Some 37 hours after the blue ribbon was cut, after the band stopped playing and the speechifying was over, after Governor Cuomo and Chick Galella took their ceremonial drive in a spiffy 1955 Corvette and the 800 invited dignitaries climbed back onto the fleet of buses and went ashore, the first few cars finally rolled out under a sliver of moonlight onto the new Mario C. Cuomo Bridge, heading north (really west) towards the Rockland County side. Only then was it official: the $3.98 billion replacement for the â€œfunctionally obsoleteâ€ Tappan Zee Bridge is now open for business.
Opioid Addiction Epidemic Targeted by Local Law Enforcement Groups
Faced with the continuing opioid addiction epidemic and related deaths, local authorities are intensifying their efforts to battle the problem.
Astorino Vetoes Westchester Legislature’s Immigration Protection Act
As expected, County Executive Rob Astorino vetoed the Immigration Protection Act that passed the County’s Board of Legislators by a 10-5 vote…
Irvington Board Tackles Downtown Parking Regulations
It is said that parking is the third rail of village politics—at least in the rivertowns. Whether it’s space allocation for…
Dobbs Ferry, Irvington, Hackley Optimistic for Gridiron Success
“Our expectations are the same every year, to get better with each game, to win every league game we play and the championship at the end”
Mario Cuomo Bridge Opening Ceremonies