The Westmore News encourages letters to the editor expressing your opinion on any local, regional or international issues or events that concern you. Letters must include your name and telephone number for verification purposes. Letters are due by Tuesday at noon. All letters related to an election are limited to 500 words. We do not accept letters relating to an election the week prior to that election. Throughout the year, no letters from the same person will be accepted two weeks in a row. The Westmore News reserves the right to edit or reject any letters.
Send your letters to: Westmore News, Letters to the Editor, 38 Broad Street, Port Chester, NY 10573-4197.You can also reach us via our Internet address at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax us at 914-939-6877. Friday, February 13, 2015
This is the sixth article in a series, Looking Forward, Looking Back, which profiles both current Port Chester students and recent graduates about their academic experiences and their lives. Friday, March 20, 2015
On behalf of the Board of Education, I am writing to inform the community of a change of leadership in our district. The Board and Superintendent Stark have issued the following joint statement: Friday, March 20, 2015
I have to take issue with some of the letters recently written by Dick Hubert and Anne Latella regarding the "incident" that took place on Jan. 25 near Westchester County Airport. Friday, March 20, 2015
In response to the answer provided to your reporter by Dennis Pilla regarding the JCJ Architecture study in which he places partial blame for what he characterizes as a "failure" of the study on former Village Manager Chris Russo and me, I am at a loss to understand why Dennis Pilla felt it was necessary to publicly criticize me for what he said was a "failure of staff" to perform at 100%. Friday, March 20, 2015
Have you ever wondered why with New York City as the business capital of the world New York State is rated last as a place to do business? Does anyone have any doubts as to why New Yorkers are fleeing our state faster than any state in the nation? Friday, March 20, 2015