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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

New York Wants To Give Input On Proposed I-95 Toll Plazas In Connecticut

U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer standing on an I-95 overpass pointed toward the location of a possible Connecticut toll plaza less than a mile away. PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer and U.S. Rep. Nita Lowey, both New York Democrats, held a press conference Tuesday to ask Connecticut to seek the input of New Yorkers on the impact of possible toll booths on Interstate 95 near Port Chester and Rye.

via Port Chester Newswire http://norwalk.dailyvoice.com/news/new-york-wants-give-input-proposed-i-95-toll-plazas-connecticut

Sen. Schumer Urges NY Have 'Seat At The Table' In Conn. Toll Planning Process

NEW YORK - A possible toll on I-95 at the New York/Connecticut border has some concerned it could send traffic through suburban neighborhoods, causing traffic, safety and environmental concerns. Sen. Charles Schumer insists New York is not out to scuttle its neighbor's effort, but said if neighboring towns such as Port Chester and Rye don't "have a seat at the table" in the toll planning process, he would urge federal highway officials to withhold support.

via Port Chester Newswire http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2015/03/31/sen-schumer-urges-ny-have-seat-at-the-table-in-conn-toll-planning-process/

Port Chester Resident Joins The Lustgarten Foundation and More Than...

Port Chester resident Barbara Nusbaum will join more than 1,000 Westchester and surrounding area residents in support of her battle against pancreatic cancer by participating in The Lustgarten Foundation's sixth annual Westchester Pancreatic Cancer Research Walk. The walk will be held on Sunday, April 19, at Rye Playland Park in Rye, NY.

via Port Chester Newswire http://patch.com/new-york/portchester/port-chester-resident-joins-lustgarten-foundation-and-more-1000-westchester-residents-pancreatic?

Men beaten and robbed in Greenwich

The two victims, a twenty-one year old and a nineteen year old, were walking home from their shifts at a Port Chester, New York restaurant at the time. Police say, when they reached Armonk Street in Greenwich an SUV pulled up and three people jumped out.

via Port Chester Newswire http://wtnh.com/2015/03/31/men-beaten-and-robbed-in-greenwich/

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