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Carmine’s Italian Deli and Cafe Reinvents the Concert Experience

By W.B. King— Putting a new spin on chicken soup for the soul, Carmine’s Italian Deli and Cafe, providing delicious fare in Elmsford for more than 20 years, now doubles as a live music venue — spotlighting established bands as well as giving breaks to up-and-c... More »

Greenburgh's new Police Chief, Kobie Powell
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GREENBURGH APPOINTS KOBIE POWELL CHIEF OF POLICE

The Greenburgh Town Board unanimously voted to appoint Captain Kobie Powell  to assume the position of Chief of Police of the Greenburgh Police Department. Chief Powell enjoys a close bond and long history with Greenburgh, as he resides in the Town, was raised... More »

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Deadline to file a grievance is Tuesday, June 21st

The last day to file a grievance on your assessment is this coming Tuesday, June 21. Info on how you can file a grievance (if you feel that your house is not worth what it is assessed for) can be found below. https://greenburghny.com/DocumentCenter/View/9207/H... More »

Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner
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Greenburgh Town Board Confronts Antisemitism

By Robert Kimmel– In response to rising acts of antisemitism, the Greenburgh Town Board has moved to take actions against such incidents. As part of a Board resolution passed unanimously Tuesday, Greenburgh’s Police Department will be required to report “antis... More »

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Hendrickx Sworn In As Greenburgh Town Council Member

By Barrett Seaman– A former Hastings Democratic Party chair and county aide, Ellen Hendrickx was sworn in as a member of the Greenburgh Town Council on Wednesday, January 12. Her husband John was at her side as she held a copy of Unthinkable, Maryland Congress... More »

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The Season’s First Snowfall Calls for a Return of the Angels

By Barrett Seaman— Snow again—and with it warnings about strained backs and heart attacks that can come from over-exerted shoveling. For senior citizens and the disabled, however, the task can be not just risky but flat-out impossible. Greenburgh Town Supervis... More »

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Greenburgh Board Votes to Allow Cannabis Dispensaries

By Rick Pezzullo—  The majority of the Greenburgh Town Board voted Monday to allow cannabis dispensaries to set up shop in designated areas in town, but gave the thumbs down to lounges. Greenburgh joins the villages of Tarrytown, Sleepy Hollow and Hastings-on-... More »

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Pride Ceremony Honors Greenburgh COVID Angels

On Wednesday evening the Greenburgh Town Board honored two Covid Angel leaders who are affiliated with the LGBTQ+ community.  Mary “MK” Blazek and Laken Masterson were recognized for their efforts helping 4,000 Greenburgh residents get vaccinated. MK was the a... More »

Town Supervisor Paul Feiner
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Feiner Fends off Democratic Primary Challenge

By Brianna Staudt — Incumbent Paul Feiner defeated challenger Tasha D. Young in yesterday’s Democratic primary for Greenburgh Town Supervisor. He’s expected to win a sixteenth term as supervisor in November. There are no Republicans or Independents running aga... More »

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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 »

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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 »

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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 »

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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 »

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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 »

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