Don't blame the reporter for the name of the neighborhood. If you look on a map, there is a section called "East Irvington" It's the section near Sunnyside towards Taxter.
Maybe, maybe he sold to someone in White plains and he didn't deliver it yet, or the one he sold it to, was there to pick it up. You might find this hard to believe, but at trial, they do not usually use news articles as evidence.
I love how people read these, and other online news stories for the sole purpose of criticizing the reporter. The article was to inform that an ipad was stolen, and recovered. What difference does it make if he sold it to a guy in WP, and it was found in the next apartment. If I lived in EAST Irvington, I would want to know that my neighbor is breaking into apartments, I don't care who he sells it too.
BTW, incase you are wondering, no I don't work for this company,nor am I a reporter. Just tired of reading comments attacking reporters. How 'bout we focus and the guy that broke the law. View Comment
I remember when they opened on Westbrook. They hit the ground running. They were an instant success. The combination of great food, great value, and their people skills is what is going to drive their continued success! View Comment
A part time job that's eligible for free health care?!?!?! And after 10 years, eligible for lifetime?!?!??! In today's economic climate, that needs to change.
But, thank you Mr Sloan and Mrs Landau for your many years of service and dedication to the Town of Cortlandt. View Comment
I really hope the media respects the privacy and emotions of these devastated families. I would think the last thing any of them wish to do is answer questions from the media. Don't ask how they feel. Don't ask what are they going through. Don't ask how are they coping. Please, keep your telephoto lenses and digital recorders at bay!
God bless these families. View Comment
Agreed. Hard to feel sorry, or to blame the economy on their current state. Failure to pay 56 Million should have kept them going well beyond an economic downfall. This community of hard working families should not support this fraud!
7 years ago, after Katrina hit New Orleans, 1 local station was found guilty of gouging, it was fined $10,000! Since then, they have become one of the lowest price gas in town.
The owner of the Shell station mentioned here, has many stations in the NY area. The fines should add up. This aint over yet. View Comment
I think the contractor and the NYS DOT should be applauded for this project. It was an slow down, but it could have been so much worse. Timing was well done. Start in the spring, finish in the fall. Most of the summer it wasn't too bad. Very good planning and execution on this. Excellent communications. The first week or so, I tried the alternate routes-they were worse than staying on the Taconic. View Comment