OPINION

Dick Hubert’s Worldview: Reflections on paradise lost in Hawaii—and other threats

Here’s why I am sad after returning from Hawaii for a brief vacation there—thanks to a round-trip cruise from San Diego. Now our 50th state, and formerly a U.S. territory and independent nation, the Hawaii of our dreams, memories, and imagination is being bled dry by economic forces seemingly beyond …

Letter: Sick of the anti-Trump rhetoric

Am I the only one disgusted by all the negativity directed toward the former president in this paper? What with all of Trump’s legal woes, it is certain that if Biden were a Republican, his legal woes would surpass Trump’s. Trump a threat to democracy?

Dick Hubert’s Worldview: A visit to the ‘Mighty Mo’ battleship prompts historical reflection, and more

Nothing is more bracing for American citizens than to remember the last “hot” war we successfully fought to victory: World War II.

Letter: George Latimer will represent 16th CD well

It has been my privilege to work side by side with County Executive George Latimer for 14 years as his district office director during his tenure in the New York State Assembly and Senate and I was proud of his commitment to helping all constituents in the district as well …

Letter: Historical Society is grateful for work done at Homestead

The Port Chester Historical Society was happy to host a THANK YOU! party for the Department of Public Works this week.

Letter: George Latimer for Congress

I have known George and his wife Robin since the 1980’s when we met at Rye Town Park while walking our dogs near the beach. I remember when George became a City of Rye Councilman.

Letter: Why George Latimer for Congress?

This June Democrats in CD16 will have the opportunity to vote for their next Congressional Representative, and I can’t wait to mark my ballot for George Latimer.

Letter: Support for George Latimer for 16th Congressional District

As a Westchester resident for the last 30 years and a proud Democrat, it will be my honor to support George Latimer in the June 16 primary. His record as Westchester County Executive has been stellar and his accomplishments include:

Valentine Verses

Did your sweetie write you a Valentine?

Dick Hubert’s Worldview: Unexpected events on a cruise and the national political scene

In my naïveté, it sounded like a great idea. Why not take a break from the harshness of a February winter in these environs by booking a round trip cruise to beautiful Hawaii from San Diego?

Letter: Reuse, recycle and donate to make a difference

Okay, it's February, and you might have abandoned the New Year's resolutions you set for yourself and tried to implement for a couple of weeks in early January. So, how about adopting some resolutions that will be good for the world at large, and more specifically for our children and …

Letter: League of Women Voters seeks new board members

There are currently openings on the Board of Directors of the Rye/Rye Brook/Port Chester League of Women Voters. The League is a non-partisan, non-profit organization that encourages informed and active participation in government.

Letter: More on the UN, EVs, Ukraine, immigration and Biden

I am writing this letter in response to Douglas Gessner’s critiquing an opinion letter that I wrote a couple of weeks ago.

Letter: Proposed immigration bill is a slap in the face to legal immigrants

When I came to the USA in 2001, I thought the land of opportunities and the beacon of the free world would continue to maintain its stance for many decades. What a naïve thought.

Dick Hubert’s Worldview: E. Jean Carroll, Donald Trump and a national reckoning

Somewhere in Westchester County, maybe in our circulation area, there’s a juror in the latest E. Jean Carroll/Donald Trump courtroom drama whose decision (with fellow jurors) I celebrate and whose anonymity it’s crucial to protect.