And must he be called a "Greenburgh lawyer" if he merely had an office here? More likely, he spent more time in his hometown of Purchase. Or trying cases in the Westchester or Putnam county courts, neither based in Greenburgh. View Comment
I am just satsfied that I no longer have to pass these places of "business" any longer. Not knowing what they were, and thinking they were true "spas" that offered legitimate massages, wraps, pedicures and manicures and other services to women AND men, I got a most odd reception and a certainly less-than-customer-friendly response when another woman and I tried to book a massage at one of these now-closed establishments. Thank you GPD for getting the job done. View Comment
This story is incorrect. According to the Montauk Bus Company, which serves Greenburgh Central 7, there is no delay this morning.
Also, even if there had been a delay, classes at all four school district buildings would never begin at one specific time, such as the 11 am start time mentioned here. Each of the schools have different start times, so a two-hour delay would also result in different start times. View Comment
The quality of the Daily Voice that I have always admired is its ability to do your own reporting, even as a small, young online publication. So I have to say that I am disappointed that the primary source of this piece is The Journal News?! And no follow up nearly a day afterward? What is going on, DV? View Comment