If it's not the first time this has happened at the Montrose Deli, then I'm not sure I'd agree with you. And it would be interesting to hear if it was the owner or some employee who let it happen this time. View Comment
Well, they make it seem like they're doing something special in cases like this. I think what they do allow is maybe boarding at a higher zone than normal (for example, Mt Kisco is a more expensive zone than Croton, where my son would usually get the train). View Comment
Yeah, they put the local town's name in on each site to make you read the crappy article. The Yorktown site said "Yorktown Shoppers Search For Black Friday Deals". At least they didn't mark it as breaking news and email it to us. You'll notice the URL (for me, at least) says "westchester-county-shoppers-search-black-friday-deals" View Comment
As long as we're stuck in the same district as Putnam we will be stuck with Greg, unless he decides to move onto bigger and better things (as is rumored). I personally look forward to him getting elected to something that solely has him serving the residents of Putnam County. View Comment
Thanks for sharing that, and great job for what you did. It seems that the reporter here was not on the scene and got the info from the Lohud article and Greg's press release. It's just too bad that having a press release makes it seem so self-serving for Greg. View Comment
What you say about the middle east setting prices is somewhat correct, and it's why people who claim that if the US were to produce more oil that prices would go down are wrong. If the domestic producers can get more money by exporting, they will. Actually, speculators also set prices. At one point when prices were very high, I read that oil speculators (who were bidding on future contracts) were responsible for maybe 30 cents or so per gallon. View Comment
So the fire was just this afternoon and Greg Ball already had time to put out a press release? Amazing. Great that the guy acted as a hero, but it would have been fine hearing about it from the police or firefighters and not Greg. View Comment
Why is what misspelled? The typo is actually in the listing - Cortland Manor: should be Cortlandt Manor: That is the correct spelling. Cortland is the upstate town (which students trashed last week after the football game). View Comment
I *knew* it was going to be a Whole Foods! This will shut up most of the opponents who would have complained about it being a supermarket if it had been something like A&P or DeCicco's. Brilliant move on the developer's part, and great move for WFM to get into such an affluent area.
Now maybe Trader Joe's will acknowledge that Westchester exists north of Hartsdale and build a store so we don't have to go to Danbury. View Comment
It's because gas companies have zones and charge more in some zones than in others (and they are not illegal). In theory, all you need is one station that decides to charge less and the others will come down. However, that doesn't seem to have worked for the overpriced Shell station in downtown Yorktown (which I thought was owned by Sammy). The Mobil station across the street (which I think is also owned by him) had pretty decent prices when I passed by yesterday, obviously competing with a cheap Citgo across the street. But the Shell station was still as high as it always is. View Comment
All owned by Sammy, who funded the anti-Costco group in Yorktown (which wants to open a cheap gas station and give him some real competition). What a surprise. If there wasn't enough reason to boycott his stations before, this article should be. View Comment
This site continues to have a problem with outdated news items with no date in the title showing up the POPULAR list. This article is from last Sunday, yet a new visitor to the site would think that the storms are due today (Thursday). Someone should come up with a resolution for this. At minimum, there should be a standard set that articles like this have the day in the title so it's obvious that they are not current. View Comment
I don't understand the "the village hasn’t gotten enough credit for its role in helping shape the 35th president." comment in the article, given that there was an earlier quote "Not too much time was spent (in Bronxville)," View Comment
People voted for Grace because they were also voting for Astorino? Give me a break. As he said in the previous quote, people wanted Grace as supervisor instead of him.
Keeping up with the theme of conflicting statements from his campaign. View Comment