OPINION

What a difference!

At the end of May I wrote in this column about an extraordinary eyesore at 123 Pearl St.—a fence surrounding the property that hadn’t been painted in years and often stopped me in my tracks during my weekly trips around the Villages of Port Chester and Rye Brook.

Dick Hubert’s Worldview: The anguish is excruciating as Democrats face doomsday polls

That cry of anguish you hear? It’s not from the followers of Donald Trump. They are exultant. The failed (thank goodness) assassination attempt has rallied his supporters to the point where some feel divine intervention saved his life.

Carta: Alianza Sostenible de Port Chester agradece subvención de $20,000

Le escribimos para expresar nuestro más profundo agradecimiento al North Star Fund (www.northstarfund.org) por su generosa subvención de $20,000 para apoyar las iniciativas de justicia social de la Alianza Sostenible de Port Chester en nuestra comunidad.

Letter: Sustainable Port Chester Alliance grateful for $20,000 grant

We are writing to express our deepest gratitude to the North Star Fund (www.northstarfund.org) for their generous grant of $20,000 to support the Sustainable Port Chester Alliance's social justice initiatives in our community.

Letter: Logical thinking about gender identity and rights

In our modern age we have learned that there are many different varieties of people with needs that are different from the norm. For instance, that is why there is special education. Denying people these rights just because they are different is evil and unfair.

Letter: The attempted assassination of Trump has virtually guaranteed his election

All my life I have believed that fate controls your destiny, whether you will be a doctor, teacher or whatever. I believe that it is all preordained; what happens in your life has already been scripted.

From Our Editor: Westmore News recognized for its coverage of government

No matter what field you’re in, even local government, conventions are a highlight of the year. Besides being a learning experience, both through seminars and just catching up with and commiserating with other people in your industry about common problems, goals and solutions, they are meant to be fun and …

Letter: On noise and The Fourth of July

Although I certainly have nothing against celebrating the Fourth of July, nor anything against officially sanctioned fireworks, I do sympathize with Vietnam veteran Tommy Giorgi, who, in Sarah Wolpoff’s insightful article in the June 28 issue, bemoans “the individual celebrations” in our backyards.

Letter: The Pride flag and the Bidens: a response

I thank Mr. Ceruzzi for saying I am a true patriot. That’s what I aspire to be.

Letter: Lafayette returns to the U.S. and Westchester

On July 13, 1824, the Marquis de Lafayette left France for the United States. He did so at the invitation of President James Monroe. Lafayette was the last living general from the American Revolution. His invitation came as veterans of the American Revolution were dying off, just as we recently …

Letter: Imagine the destruction of a children’s hospital

Imagine: Kyiv children’s hospital directly hit by a Russian missile.

Dick Hubert’s Worldview: Joe Biden was a wonderful President; sadly, he’s not up to the job anymore

So, how are you feeling since the end of the Biden-Trump debate on June 27?

Letter: Latimer thanks voters

I’d like to thank the Primary voters of Port Chester and Rye Brook for their large vote of confidence in the June primary for US Congress.

Letter: Port Chester-Rye Brook Public Library: More than books and videos

You may have read about the growing popularity of a Library of Things.

Letter: On the Bidens and flags

I would like to opine on two questions this week.