Month: March 2016

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Village of Tuckahoe bans fast food chains

After nearly a year of discussion, the village of Tuckahoe Board of Trustees has passed a law that will prohibit fast food restaurants from opening up shop in the village. The controversy over these types of restaurants began in July 2015 when Subway applied for a permit to open a […]

Mark Stevens, CEO of MSCO, a firm that specializes in strategies and
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Talking Business: With Mark Stevens

Where to begin? Perhaps with the fact that my interview the other day with entrepreneur Mark Stevens opened with him telling me that nothing’s off the record, that I can print anything he says, no matter how personal or controversial. No one has ever said that to me before. Within […]

Vincent Miata, his wife, Carly Miata, and their dog, Loki, are excited for Good Shepherd Distillery’s grand opening on Saturday, April 2 from noon to 4 p.m.  Photos/Lindsay Danielle

New distillery set to shepherd in locals

The village of Mamaroneck is about to get a lot more spirited, as Port Chester resident Vincent Miata will soon be turning his hobby into a business with the opening of Good Shepherd Distillery. The business, which will be located at 360 Mount Pleasant Ave., will distill vodka, brandy, and—down […]

Re: ‘Westchester sewer line break leaks raw sewage’

Re: ‘Westchester sewer line break leaks raw sewage’

To the Editor, Thank you for your recent article, “Westchester sewer line break leaks raw sewage,” published on March 4 on the break in the sewer line that runs under Beaver Swamp Brook near the Rye- Harrison border. For the past two years, Save the Sound has been monitoring the […]

March sadness
Opinion Sports

March sadness

After the first weekend of the NCAA basketball tournament, I have to say, I don’t hate my bracket. Sure, it’s pretty much busted to pieces, but despite all the schools I’ve already had to cross out, there is some method to my March madness. Let’s get it out in the […]