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Greenburgh and COVID’s Disparate Impact

By Daniel R. Weinfeld— Greenburgh’s active COVID cases are plummeting and approaching the lowest number reported since the pandemic began. Masks are starting to come off, restaurants are beginning to fill, and Metro North is getting busier. Admittedly the pand... More »


Greenburgh Petition Aims To Slow Edgemont Incorporation Campaign

By Sue Treiman— Greenburgh officials fired off the latest salvo in the battle over Edgemont’s proposed incorporation Saturday when political leaders unveiled a petition calling for assurances that creating a new village won’t harm other Town of Greenburgh unin... More »

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Greenburgh Agrees To Pay Millions To Settle Property Dispute

By Barrett Seaman– A case involving an opportunistic real estate developer, a clerical error by the Town of Greenburgh, its insurance company and four cloistered nuns came to an end on Friday after all parties signed a settlement and a judge dismissed the rema... More »


Taxes Due: A Friendly Reminder

Your town, county, fire district taxes are due on April 30th. Click below to pay on line. If you forgot how much you owe you can obtain that information from the website. The town portion of the  2021 tax bill contains a slight tax reduction. In 2020 we also h... More »


Greenburgh Is Reassessing Properties Again

By Barrett Seaman– They’re back! The envelope appears in the mail, bearing the telltale logo of Tyler Technologies, the company used by the Town of Greenburgh to calculate property values that will in turn determine your annual property tax bill. “Preliminary ... More »


Greenburgh COVID Angels Get A Shout-Out From Chuck Schumer

The work of Greenburgh’s host of 260-some COVID Angels who volunteered their time, computer skills and persistence to get vaccination appointments for over 5,000 area seniors has come to the attention of U.S. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. In a video me... More »


Pandemic Takes Financial Toll on Religious Institutions

By Tom Pedulla— Buckets of all shapes and sizes can be found at the rear of Transfiguration Church in Tarrytown, serving as a rather wet reminder of the toll the pandemic has taken on many local religious institutions. The buckets are being used to catch the d... More »


Legislator Williams Not Seeking Reelection to County Board

By Rick Pezzullo— Westchester County Board of Legislators Vice Chair Alfreda Williams will not be seeking a seventh two-year term in November. Williams, who represents District 8, which encompasses part of Sleepy Hollow, Tarrytown, Elmsford, northern Greenburg... More »


Indy Talks 26 – Feiner and Young Debate – Mar 2021

Indy Talks hosts a short debate between the two candidates for Greenburgh Town Supervisor, incumbent Paul Feiner and challenger Tasha Young. Indy Talks Ep26 - Feiner and Young - Mar 2021Watch this video on YouTube More »

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Feiner’s COVID Angels Work The System For Greenburgh’s Seniors

By Barrett Seaman– Because they were medical professionals, friends and friends of friends would ask Dr. Roger London and his wife Loretta, residents of Tarrytown’s Wilson Park, for advice on how to get an appointment for one of the newly approved COVID-19 vac... More »

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Local Democratic State Leaders Call for Governor to Resign

By Rick Pezzullo— Three local Democratic state representatives have called for Governor Andrew Cuomo to resign amidst sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior allegations from five women. At the head of the growing chorus of officials who have lost confide... More »


COVID Update: Helping The Homebound Get Vaccinated

By Barrett Seaman– Recognizing that senior citizens, among the most vulnerable to the ravages of COVID-19, were also least likely to have the computer savvy needed to secure a vaccination appointment, Greenburgh Town Supervisor has recruited a corps of what he... More »


Feiner, Young Vie for Greenburgh Democrats’ Nod for Supervisor

By Rick Pezzullo— Greenburgh Democratic district leaders Thursday night heard from the two candidates seeking the committee’s nomination for town supervisor. Thirty-year incumbent Paul Feiner, who is vying for a 16th two-year term, is facing a challenge from T... More »



It has been evident for quite some time that Federal, State and Local governments across every region of our Country are struggling with increased cost and decreased revenue, due to the economic impact of the COVID 19 Pandemic. These extraordinary fiscal facto... More »


Surprise: Greenburgh Homeowners Are Paying Their Property Taxes

By Robert Kimmel– Despite the negative economic effects of the Coronavirus pandemic, property owners in the Town of Greenburgh appear to be paying their required school taxes. “COVID-19 has not had a negative impact on ability to pay,” Town Supervisor Paul Fei... More »

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