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Saturday, November 24, 2007

11/24/07 - The Rye Brook Boys Might Have Won The Election, But The Port Chester Boys Will Be In Control Of All The Rye Town Cash - Terenzi Can't Wait!

Port Chester Trustee Bob "Some Folks Say I Drink A Little Too Much" Sorensen And Disgraced ex-Rye Town Accountant Sam "I Am So Sleazy" Terenzi Went To A Local Port Chester Financial Institution On Behalf Of Supervisor Elect Joe Carvin.

The two Port Chester new financial wiz kids were making all kinds of representations about how Rye Town Supervisor Elect Joe Carvin is looking to move large sums of money around.

Port Chester Trustee Bob Sorensen and failed Conservative candidate Sam Terenzi have been telling local bankers they will be in charge of moving money around for the Town Of Rye.

Didn't Joe Carvin tell the Journal News interviewers that Sam Terenzi was in no way involved in his campaign or future administration?

I guess "ole" Joe Carvin got caught lying again.

It looks like that Joe Carvin will soon officially appoint Sam "I Am So Sleazy" Terenzi as the financial czar of the Town Of Rye.

What else was Terenzi promised by Joe Carvin?

Is this Joe Carvin's version of "Jobs For The Boys"

Maybe it's "Joe's Jobs For Cowboys"

Does Terenzi have to give Joe Carvin the conservative line in 4 years?

Oh wait I forgot, Sam Terenzi does not control the conservative line.

Rye Town Conservative Chairman Gene Branca controls the Rye Town Conservative Line.

Joe Carvin's Cowboys apparently scared the hell out of local bankers who contacted Rye Town Supervisor Bobby Moribito.

At the last Rye Town Board Meeting, Supervisor Bobby Morabito exposed the fact that Port Chester Trustee Bob Sorensen and Sam Terenzi were representing the Town Of Rye, and was not authorized by the current administration, to do so.

It looks like there is going to be fire works in the new Carvin Administration.

Joe Carvin's right hand man, Richard "The Rye Town Drama Queen Who Files False Police Reports" Abel is bashing Port Chester Trustee Bob Sorensen and the rest of the Port Chester Board for considering using a certain Port Chester Bank.

Meanwhile, Carvin's Cowboys are trying to make big financial deals with the very same local institution.

It looks like the psychotic inmates are running Carvin's New Rye Town Institution,

But Don't Worry Doctor Janus "I Need Money" Richards Will Be The New Secretary That Will Record Every Twist And Turn Of The Slow Train Wreck Know As The Joe Carvin Administration.

10/24/07 - "There's nothing better than having a training partner, but when you don't, the Butterfly Rings are a great alternative," Sufu Coram says

Sifu Stephen Coram of Port Chester invented the Butterfly Rings as a way to help martial artists develop their control and focus when they practice.

The Patent Trader

The room is silent save for the clinking of the hollow metal rings that encircle their forearms. Prompted by Chinese phrases called out by their teacher, Sifu Stephen Coram, the students advance toward a mirror punching the air in slow motion and blocking imaginary opponents with their open palms.....

... and expose the body to attack. They're called Butterfly Rings, and they were invented and patented by Coram, a Port Chester resident and father of three who is a sifu (the Cantonese term for teacher) in Wing Chun Kung Fu. In a martial art where ...


10/23/07 - The Greedy Abel's Are Ripping You Off - They Want You To Pay For This Junk The Hopelessly Biased Rag Known As The Westmore Snooze

Only A Moron Would Pay 30 Bucks To Read The Online Edition Of The News Paper Founded By


"I Forgot To Pay Over 100 Property Tax Bills"


What Kind Of A Nut Would Pay 30 Bucks For This Garbage.....

The Hopelessly Biased Rag Known As The Westmore Snooze

November 17 - November 23

Reporter's Notebook: Driving a dark Appalachain road into the bright lights of a surprise
By Jeff Benzak
I learned on my vacation earlier this month that expectations are useless when traveling.
There were three instances during a 2,500-mile road trip to South Carolina and back that made me doubt my ability to anticipate a... [more]

Light and music fill service at Bethesda Baptist Church
Port Chester church celebrates 90 years
By Jeff Benzak
The abundance and absence of light was a recurring theme Sunday at a rousing 90th-anniversary service for Bethesda Baptist Church in Port Chester.
The service began at 3:30 p.m. Late-afternoon sunlight streamed through seven... [more]

Mayor launches anti-gang initiative
By Jeff Benzak
P.C. will host talent show after Christmas holiday
Port Chester Mayor Dennis Pilla is launching an initiative to reduce gang activity in the village. Although he said gangs here are not an immediate threat to the safety of citizens,... [more]

The history of Port Chester High School
To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the current PCHS building, this is the second in a series of articles about its history. This section relates the controversy revolving around the new school building's first principal.
By Ron Weckessar
The new high school's... [more]

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November 17 - November 23

Mother of Port Chester train victim says his death was an accident
Friday, Nov 23, 2007
The mother of a man who was struck and killed by a train in Port Chester two days ago said her son was looking forward to spending Thanksgiving with the family, and she believes his death was accidental. "He was going to go grocery shopping with m... read entire article»
Rebecca Baker The Journal News
'Big Hurt' has Rye feeling good
Friday, Nov 23, 2007
RYE - The nickname "Big Hurt" was born rather simply, way back during Aaron Walker's days as a bone crusher in Pop Warner. It was given to Walker by a man who he remembers only as Coach Dan, although the origin is less of a mystery. "I was probabl... read entire article»
Josh Thomson The Journal News
Holiday food drives, Putnam and northern Westchester
Friday, Nov 23, 2007
These food pantries are collecting and distributing food and serving meals for Christmas. Brewster: Needed by Dec. 16: turkeys, hams, stuffing, instant potatoes, yams, rice, cereal, soup, cranberry sauce, coffee, tea, cake mixes, napkins. D... read entire article»
Holiday food drives, southern and central Westchester
Friday, Nov 23, 2007
These food pantries are collecting and distributing food and serving meals for Christmas. Dobbs Ferry: Needed: canned, dried and packaged goods, frozen foods, vegetables and pastries. Distributed Dec. 1. Children's Village, Echo Hills. 914-... read entire article»
Dining, in brief
Friday, Nov 23, 2007
Here's a reminder of the restaurants we've covered recently. The most recently published are at the top of the list. Alfredo's: It calls itself Continental, but Italian is the dominant motif in this small, warm and bright New City sp... read entire article»
Metro-North: Man apparently jumped in front of train in Port Chester
Thursday, Nov 22, 2007
PORT CHESTER - A man was hospitalized yesterday after apparently jumping off a station platform and getting run over by a train, Metro-North officials said. Metro-North spokesman Dan Bruckner said initial reports indicated the man was in front of ... read entire article»
Aman Ali and Theresa Juva The Journal News
Man struck by train in Port Chester dies; ID'd as 22yo Bronx man
Thursday, Nov 22, 2007
PORT CHESTER - The man who was run over by a train yesterday afternoon has died, the Westchester Medical Examiner's office said today. The man, identified as 22-year-old Lacey Williams, Jr. of the Bronx, died last night at Westchester Medical Cent... read entire article»
Rebecca Baker, Aman Ali and Theresa Juva The Journal News
Metro-North: Port Chester train service resumes following fall onto tracks
Wednesday, Nov 21, 2007
PORT CHESTER - Metro-North police have reopened the north and southbound train tracks at the Port Chester station after a man was run over by an oncoming train earlier today. Metro-North Spokesman Dan Bruckner said the man, who fell on the tracks ... read entire article»
Roller derby rolls into Westchester
Wednesday, Nov 21, 2007
YONKERS - Denise Brana could not have been happier the day her derby name was approved by the Women's Flat Track Derby Association. The emergency-room registered nurse from Yonkers had specifically chosen I.V. Drop to convey her medical savvy and ... read entire article»
Holiday food drives, south and central Westchester
Wednesday, Nov 21, 2007
These food pantries are collecting and distributing food and serving meals for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Dobbs Ferry: Needed: Canned, dried and packaged goods, frozen foods, vegetables and pastries. Distributed Dec. 1. Children's Village,... read entire article»
Lower Hudson schools officially get $13.1 million in funding for improved programs
Tuesday, Nov 20, 2007
Six Lower Hudson Valley school districts targeted for $13.1 million in extra state funding to shore up failing schools got the official go-ahead for their improvement plans, nearly three months after school started. But most, if not all, of the im... read entire article»
Randi Weiner The Journal News
LoHud Happenings: Westchester and Putnam
Monday, Nov 19, 2007
Chappaqua: New York Council for the Humanities Book Discussion. Topic: "War is a Force that Gives Us Meaning" by Chris Hedges. Free. 7:30 p.m. Chappaqua Public Library, 195 S. Greeley Ave. 914-238-4779. Montrose: Thanksgiving Stories... read entire article»
Cheerfest lets teams from 10 schools strut their stuff
Monday, Nov 19, 2007
PORT CHESTER There was no doubt that spirit was the word of the day at a cheerleading competition that drew teams from 10 schools in the Lower Hudson Valley to show off their best shouts, jumps and formations. The enthusiastic cheerleaders ... read entire article»
Barbara Livingston Nackman The Journal News
Rye town supervisor-elect says he will change way school districts are given tax revenue
Sunday, Nov 18, 2007
RYE TOWN - Supervisor-elect Joseph Carvin is pledging to change the way the town distributes school taxes, forfeiting hundreds of thousands of dollars in interest to its school districts. Rye town would lose $400,000 in interest revenue by turning... read entire article»
Liz Sadler The Journal News
Westchester holiday meals
Sunday, Nov 18, 2007
These Westchester food pantries are collecting and distributing food, and serving meals for Thanksgiving and Christmas: Croton-on-Hudson: Donate food items Saturdays 10 a.m.-noon at the Cortlandt Emergency Food Bank in the church basement o... read entire article»
Collision knocks out power on two Port Chester streets
Saturday, Nov 17, 2007
PORT CHESTER - A collision has caused a limited power outage in the village this morning. Electricity was reported out on Dock Street and part of Townsend Street after a truck collided with a nearby utility pole, Port Chester police said. Official... read entire article»
Vacant Port Chester firehouse set for demolition today
Saturday, Nov 17, 2007
PORT CHESTER - The dilapidated firehouse on South Main Street is scheduled for demolition today as part of the downtown redevelopment, after engineers deemed the building unsafe. G&S Investors, the developer of The Waterfront shopping and ente... read entire article»
Liz Sadler The Journal News
Francella misses cut at season-ending LPGA event
Saturday, Nov 17, 2007
Port Chester's Meaghan Francella failed to make the cut at the LPGA's season-ending, 32-player ADT Championship at Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach, Fla. Francella shot a 4-over-par 76 yesterday and was at 9-over 153 for the tourna... read entire article»
Lower Hudson Valley pantries seek donations for holidays
Saturday, Nov 17, 2007
Organizations throughout the Lower Hudson Valley are celebrating the spirit of the holiday by offering traditional Thanksgiving dinners to the homeless, working poor, seniors or anyone who may want a hot meal. Here's a list of where you can donate... read entire article»

11/23/07 - Port Chester Roundup May Soon Start To Publish Articles In Spanish Since Most Hispanics Consider Americana Latina To Be A Comic Book.

It Is A Joke That Richard "I Can't Even Order A Meal In Spanish" Abel Is The Publisher Of
Port Chester's Americana Latina.

It Is Also A Joke That Jananne "I Don't Speak Spanish At All" Abel Is The
Editor Of
Port Chester's Americana Latina.

It Is A Joke That The Sales Person For Americana Latina Can't Speak Spanish.
No One In The Westmore News / Americana Latina Office Speaks Spanish At All. The Hire Independent Contributors To Write Fluff Articles For The Hispanic Community.
If Someone Was To Come In To Talk About This Item....

Soy Andina
"La familia Silva lo invita cordialmente a Ud. y su familia a compartir de un reunion en honor a nuestra MAMA PURISIMA el dia sabado 8 de Diciembre en su domicilio: 99 South Water St."
The Abel's And Their English Speaking Staff Would Only Understand...
"Port Chester" And "Greenwich
The Abel's and their Comic Book know as Americana Latina are exploiting the Hispanic Community.
For example their is a very nice lady that goes and cleans Westmore News Founder Bernie "I Forgot To Pay Over 100 Property Tax Bills" Abel's House. Then the poor woman goes over to clean the offices of Richard And Jananne Abel's Americana Latina.
But does this poor woman get mandated social security payments or unemployment insurance from the greedy Abel's who hate to pay their fair share of taxes.

They are exploiting this poor Hispanic woman, while selling their comic book ads to Hispanic businesses in Port Chester.
They Had Better Hope That No One Translates One Of These Web Pages....

Employment tax evasion schemes can take a variety of forms. Some of the more prevalent methods of evasion include paying employees in cash, filing false payroll tax returns or failing to file payroll tax returns.

If you have information about an individual or company you suspect is not complying with the tax law, report this activity.

Because The Poor Exploited Hispanic Woman Or Someone Else Just Might Turn The Abel's In For A Reward Of 10% Of The Unpaid Taxes.

Shame on any Anglo Or Hispanic Business That Would Buy An Ad From
The Comic Book Known As
Americana Latina
The Abel's Explotation And Tax Cheating Is Not Funny.

11/23/07 - RNN News Center Now - Port Chester Train Tragedy

Posted By Donna White LoHud.com

The mother of 22-year-old Lacey Williams Jr. of the Bronx, who was struck and killed by a train in Port Chester, believes her sons death was accidental, officials said. Nov. 23, 2007.


11/23/07 - Business - Company Profile for Selecto Products

Company Profile for Selecto Products
... list of satisfied customers. -0- *T Company: Selecto Products Headquarters Address: 36 Midland Ave PO Box 109 Port Chester, NY 10573 Main Telephone: 914-693-1300 Website: www.selectoperfecto.com Type of Organization: Private Industry: Supermarket ...

11/23/07 - Hillary doesn’t bother me very much. Dubya never made a speech that wasn’t staged and never attended a debate without a wire in his ear.

Posted by Glenn Blain At LoHud

Port Chester Democratic Chairman Gary Stracuzzi is hosting a petition-signing rally for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign on Monday evening. The goal is to gather signatures to help Clinton secure a spot on New York’s Feb. ...

11/23/07 - It Is A Shame Port Chester Lost "Big Hurt" To The Rye Garnets

Aaron Walker helped Rye reach Sunday's Class B state final with three sacks last Saturday against Peru.


"I was probably one of the youngest kids on the team, but that year I probably hurt six or seven kids," Walker said.


RYE - The nickname "Big Hurt" was born rather simply, way back during Aaron Walker's days as a bone crusher in Pop Warner. It was given to Walker by a man who he remembers only as Coach Dan, although the origin is less of a mystery.

... did not surprise the Rye players or their coaches. They say he has improved every day since moving here from Port Chester before last season. Walker, who arrived with just one year of junior varsity football at Port Chester to his credit, admitted ...

11/23/07 - It's Now Time To Play Port Chester's Favorite Game. Let's Insult Bernie Abel Everyday Until He Pays All Of His Taxes.

It is a shame that Westmore News Foundeer

Bernie "I Forgot To Pay Over 100 Property Tax Bills" Abel

uses his hopelessly biased rag of a newspaper to

cheat his neighbors.

So Port Chester Roundup has decided to insult Bernie Abel every day until he pays all of his taxes.

Today we are going to insult Bernie In Spanish.


"Tu madre tiene un bigote" - "Your mother has a moustache"

"Hijo de la gran puta" - "Son of a great whore"

"No sirves para nada" - "You are good for nothing"

"Chupe mantequilla de mi culo" - "Suck butter from my rear end"

"Se cagó en los pantalones" - "He crapped in his pants"

"Icierra el pico" - "Shut your mouth"

"Asqueroso" - "Revolting"

"Vaya al diablo!" - "Go to the devil! (Go to hell)"

"El idiota" - "The idiot"

"Tonto" - "Foolish"

"Imbécil" - "Imbecile"

"El dumbass más grande en el mundo" - "The biggest dumbass in the world"

"Eres muy feo" - "You're very ugly"

"Agilipollao" - "Stupid, Fool"

"Cutre" - "Idiot, Jerk"

"Pendejo" - "Idiot"

"Pringao" - "Low life"

"Mocoso" - "Brat" (Richard Abel)

"Baboso" - "Stupid, slug"

"Pendejo" - "Jerk, fool, dumbass"

"Un burro sabe mas que tu" - "A donkey knows more than you"

We Will Continue To Insult The Very Greedy
Bernie "I Forgot To Pay Over 100 Property Tax Bills" Abel
until he pays
of his taxes.

11/22/07 - It Isn't Going To Happen - Bob "Some Folks Say I Drink A little Too Much" Sorensen Is Not Going To Run For Mayor Of Port Chester

Yes, It's True That Port Chester Trustee Bob Sorensen And His Mom Are Telling Anyone And Everyone Who Will Listen That He Is Going To Be The Republican Canidate For Port Chester Mayor In About 60 Days.

While it is true that some Port Chester Single Family Homeowners might over look the thousands of dollars in parking tickets, as well as the countless drinks.

I really doubt they will over look his fondness for strip clubs in and around Stamford.

One day, I will have to tell you about the time that the True Blue Conservative was taken to "Beamers" by three Republican guys all named Bob.

11/22/07 - Port Chester Mayor Dennis Pilla Has A Plan To Combat Gang Activity In The Village

During his Mayoral comments at the last Port Chester Board Of Trustee's Meeting Mayor Dennis Pilla said that he did not feel that gang violence was a major problem in Port Chester, but he wanted to nip this activity in the bud.

Mayor Pilla says that he is working on a plan to bring schools, Churches and other non-profit groups in a committee to combat gang activity in Port Chester.

One of the first things this committee will consider is the mayors plan to have a village youth talent show at the Capitol Theater.

Mayor Pilla also wants to re-activate the Port Chester Youth Bureau.

At the last Port Chester Board Of Trustees Meeting Mayor Pilla said it was impossible for Port Chester to arrest it's way out of it's gang problem.

Mayor Pilla said he wants to provide economic, educational and recreational activities for the youth of Port Chester.

11/22/07 - It once again time to insult the newspaper founder who forgot to pay over 100 Property tax bills in Port Chester.

It's Time To Let Bernie "I Forgot To Pay Over 100 Property Tax Bills" Abel know what we really think about him....

Today's Insults for the founder of the hopelessly biased rag known as the Westmore News

Bernie .....

A half-wit gave you a piece of his mind, and you held on to it.

After meeting you, I've decided I am in favor of abortion in cases of incest.

All that you are you owe to your parents. Why don't you send them a penny and square the account?

Any friend of yours ... is a friend of yours.

Anyone who told you to be yourself couldn't have given you worse advice.

Are you brain-dead?

As an outsider, what do you think of the human race?

At least you are not obnoxious like so many other people - you are obnoxious in a different and worse way!

Believe me, I don't want to make a monkey out of you. Why should I take all the credit?

We will continue to insult the man that hides behind that rag that is known as the Westmore Snooze, untill he pays all of his taxes.

11/21/07 - Grandparents Care for Siblings Orphaned by Violence

Oscar Mayorga and his wife, Maria, are raising their two grandchildren, Joshua, 7, and Ashley, 9.


“People probably think I can't do what I can do, but I can do any level of work.”


At an age when most people are thinking of retirement, Oscar Mayorga is concerned about how to find more work....

... to tears as she sits in the kitchen of the family's three-bedroom apartment, which is part of an old house in Port Chester, N.Y. The children share one bedroom, and the third is occupied by the Mayorgas' daughter Patricia, 43, who is mentally ...

...Mr. Mayorga now works six days a week in a restaurant, but the money often does not stretch far enough. Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York, one of the organizations that receive support from The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund, has helped the Mayorgas with money toward the rent and sometimes for food.

Mrs. Mayorga worries that as her husband ages, he will find it harder to work. Social Security would not be enough to provide for everyone.

Mr. Mayorga insists that he is able to work, provided he can find employment. He said his greatest hope was for his grandchildren’s education.

“I don’t want them to work like I did. I want them to be professionals so someday they will be sitting at a desk in an office,” Mr. Mayorga said. “I hope that I am going to have enough time left in my life to see that.”

Full story: New York Times

11/21/07 - Port Chester Native And Greenwich High School Football Coach Rich Albonizio Was Honored In Greenwich

Greenwich Time

It was Ladies Night at the Hyatt Regency Greenwich last night courtesy of the Greenwich Old Timers' Athletic Association.

The Greenwich Old Timers' 47th Annual Awards dinner will always be remembered for being extra special as the first ever female local honoree and female national honoree were recognized before a crowd of more than 600 supporters....

...Albonizio, who has coached the Cardinals' football team since 1997, has certainly made his mark at the football popular school. The Port Chester, N.Y., native has compiled an .867 winning percentage through his first 10 years (111-17-1) and has guided GHS to five FCIAC championships and two CIAC Class LL titles. Prior to arriving at Greenwich, Albonizio built a winning program at Trinity Catholic in Stamford and led a successful squad at his alma mater, Port Chester High School.

Before giving teaching and coaching a thought, Albonizio considered following a religious vocation."I had a couple of choices, one of them of which was going into the priesthood," Albonizio explained.

"I went to Salesian High School in New Rochelle for a year, but they didn't have a football program. So the next year I went to Port Chester and it ended up being a very good choice.

"Indeed, while at Port Chester High School, Albonizio excelled at football, baseball and track and field and met his best friend, Carl Cairo. Cairo, who serves as one of Albonizio's assistant football coaches, introduced his longtime friend last night.

"Carl is the brother that I never had," Albonizio said.

"I met some of my best friends in life in high school."I'm glad that I chose to become a teacher and a coach," said Albonizio, who has worked as a physical education teacher in the Port Chester school district for 34 years. "It is a vocation to be proud of."

Albonizio, who drew great inspiration as a youngster from Reverend Peter Rinaldi at Corpus Christi Church in Port Chester, saw his four current Greenwich captains Jonathan Meyers, Chris Bisanzo, Phil Catalano and Jim Dunster pay tribute to him last night."

Coach is a big part of our lives and is very deserving of this award," Meyers said. "We have learned so much from him over the years."

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