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Top stories

  • 08/21 - Soapbox: Forbidden Internet Today by Buzz Babe, Blackie Slacks (continue)

  • 08/21 - Soapbox: Candyce Corcoran promotes American Cancer Society "Making Strides Walk" on October 14, 2001 (continue)

  • 08/17 - Ooops! Macy's Mashers spill bricks on Martine Ave. roofs (continue)

  • 08/16 - School Board authorizes $100,000 in overtime to complete High School (continue)

  • 08/14 - Mayor moves to place time limits on Council meetings. (continue)

  • 08/14 - Sidewalks: Scarsdale Police like Corcoran's accessibility, visibility. (continue)

  • 08/13 - Council authorizes bonding for DPW Garage-Youth Bureau extra costs. (continue)

  • 08/13 - Sidewalks: Corcoran picks up three endorsements; launches website. (continue)

  • 08/06 - Sidewalks: Gas service back on for all buildings in Winbrook complex. (continue)

  • 08/06 - Sidewalks: Pataki to legislature: "Finish the job." Lambasts both houses. (continue)

  • 07/31 - Contractor cuts gasline. 450 Winbrook residences affected. (continue)

  • 07/31 - Monday Rundown: Fortunoff's is moving in, Sachs is moving out. (continue)

  • 07/31 - Hudson River Bandits shatter myth of southern softball supremacy (continue)

  • 07/31 - Sidewalks: Worst Virus ever panics New York (continue)

  • 07/27 - Sidewalks: Mayor for All Seasons, Alfred Del Vecchio appears on WPW (continue)

  • 07/24 - Monday Rundown: City Projects on Move. (continue)

  • 07/22 - Phillippidis on WPW reports Ridgemour captures key Conroy Corner (continue)

  • 07/20 - Late Council Surveys delayed Tishman-Speyer Center 8 weeks (continue)

  • 07/18 - Macy's, city's signature store dies, at 54. City Center is born (continue)

  • 07/12 - Sidewalks: County to acquire 178 acres for $2.8 million. (continue)

  • 07/11 - Council approves Cappelli City Center Financing (continue)

  • 07/11 - Capelli proposes seasonal park/skate rink/cafes for EJ Conroy Drive (continue)

  • 07/11 - Sidewalks: Susan Habel discusses zoning on White Plains Week (continue)

  • 07/11 - Soapbox: Commuter raises question about Macy's Heating Vent hurting trees. (continue)

  • 07/06 - Sidewalks: WINGS is saved; Board elects new officers. (continue)

  • 07/06 - Sidewalks: Bank Street, DPW, Macy's demo, downtown facelift coming up. (continue)

  • 07/06 - Soapbox: Resident recommends "Central Park" atop Cappelli City Center Garage (continue)

  • 06/25 - Soapbox: Candyce Corcoran on "affordable housing" issue. (continue)

  • 06/24 - Sidewalks: Zoning Board: Only Council can revoke church building permit. (continue)

  • 06/24 - Sidewalks: Outgoing Trippett honored by Board of Education (continue)

  • 06/24 - Sports: Gold's Gapper in the Gloamin' wins Senior Girls LL Crown. (continue)

  • 06/22 - "Toxic Avenger" trespasses on NYPH Property, Hospital irate. (continue)

  • 06/18 - Sidewalks: German School now owns 800 North Street, subdivision pending. (continue)

  • 06/18 - Soapbox: Labor Coalition Chair questions pension funds for open space. (continue)

  • 06/17 - Sidewalks: White Plains Week moves to Mondays at 7 PM on 7 (continue)

  • 06/13 - City suit against Behar dismissed. Called "Speculative" by Judge. (continue)

  • 06/13 - Soapbox: CNR Server denied Scarsdale District Sports Results (continue)

  • 06/13 - Soapbox: Waterman blasts Dem Call for Survey (continue)

  • 06/11 - Cappelli has "hand-shake" deal on Main and Conroy properties (continue)

  • 06/07 - Macy's to come down July 10; urban planners list due Friday (continue)

  • 06/07 - Soapbox: Put police pension money into the police: Waterman (continue)

  • 06/06 - Sidewalks: School Board keeps specific dress standards in Code of Conduct (continue)

  • 06/05 - Council approves JPI Jefferson at White Plains Complex (continue)

  • 06/05 - Sidewalks: Common Council Corral (continue)

  • 06/04 - Soapbox: Corcoran Candidacy Stirs Memories of Tulsa White Plains Grad (continue)

  • 06/01 - Sidewalks: White Plains students honored in John Hopkins Search (continue)

  • 05/31 - Republicans nominate Horowitz for County Exec (continue)

  • 05/31 - Sidewalks: JPI is "in." Bank Street Commons on track; Plumbers Win! (continue)

  • 05/31 - Capelli cruises along: National Amusements (continue)

  • 05/31 - Sidewalks: Iervolino to present WINGS alternatives to parents (continue)

  • 05/31 - Sidewalks: School District schedules meetings on WINGS for 8th Grades (continue)

  • 05/31 - White Plains Sports: Softballers season ended by Arlington, 6-1 (continue)

  • 05/30 - Sidewalks: Memorial Day Parade honors veterans and war dead (continue)

  • 05/30 - Sidewalks: Middle School Parents petition to restore WINGS to 8th grade (continue)

  • 05/27 - White Plains Sports: Loucks Field Renovation overlooks baseball, softball. (continue)

  • 05/26 - JPI Alive! Readies New Plea to Council (continue)

  • 05/24 - The Champ Runs Again. Mayor Delfino Runs for a Second Term. (continue)

  • 05/24 - Cappelli presents plans for 34 and 32 story towers. (continue)

  • 05/18 - JPI asks for tax abatement on 300 Mamaroneck Ave project, Counsel refuses. (continue)

  • 05/15 - Republicans nominate Delfino, Delgado, Amodio, and Tuck, Corcoran for Legislator. (continue)

  • 05/15 - Voters approve 2001-2002 School Budget by 4 to 1 Margin (continue)

  • 05/14 - Soapbox: Another comment on parking. (continue)

  • 05/14 - Hospital sees "solution in the process" as Scoping is closed (continue)

  • 05/14 - Sidewalks: BID, Beautification Foundation laud downtown makeover (continue)

  • 05/14 - Sidewalks: School Budget & Board of Ed Elections Tuesday (continue)

  • 05/14 - Sidewalks: Scarsdale wants seniors facility; White Plains does not. (continue)

  • 05/14 - Soapbox: Apartment Dweller points out Byzantine White Plains Parking Rule (continue)

  • 05/10 - Council approves Macy's demolition now. (continue)

  • 05/10 - Sidewalks: Corcoran resigns from Democratic Party (continue)

  • 05/07 - Mayor opposes Bryant Avenue Location for Accelerator (continue)

  • 05/07 - Monday Rundown: Republicans mull Ryan's Worst Nightmare (continue)

  • 05/02 - Cappelli to demolish Macy's in next 6 to 8 weeks (continue)

  • 05/02 - Sidewalks: Hospital presents proton accelerator public briefing Sunday (continue)

  • 05/02 - Sidewalks: Middle School Junior Honor Society students tapped (continue)

  • 05/01 - Sidewalks: Fire danger high as weather remains warm and dry (continue)

  • 04/26 - Louis Cappelli rescues Town Center, adds 2 apartment towers to mix (continue)

  • 04/26 - Sidewalks: Grants to fund proton accelerator about 8 months away (continue)

  • 04/25 - Sidewalks: Graessle - German School already violates enrollment (continue)

  • 04/25 - Cappelli Enterprises buys Macys Site from Tishman (continue)

  • 04/24 - Sidewalks: Republicans rethink ticket considering Democrats (continue)

  • 04/23 - Soapbox: Airport employee questions Garage Closing. (continue)

  • 04/20 - Robert Greer will run for Mayor with Malmud, Hockley and Roach (continue)

  • 04/20 - City awaits Attorney General Ruling on cellphone enforcement (continue)

  • 04/19 - Ryan awaits Democratic vote; CSEA inspired his Candidacy (continue)

  • 04/18 - School Board approves Budget; Public Hearing May 7 (continue)

  • 04/17 - Ryan points to CSEA survey to save Mayoral bid; Corcoran confident (continue)

  • 04/08 - Corcoran challenges Democratic Council Candidates (continue)

  • 04/07 - School District distributes Code of Conduct for Comment (continue)

  • 04/07 - Greer Works the Phones to derail Ryan Express (continue)

  • 04/07 - Cappelli Enterprises confirms buying Town Center (continue)

  • 04/06 - Ryan Nominated for Mayor, Malmud, Roach, Hockley for Council (continue)

  • 04/06 - Three companies bidding for Tishman Speyer Identified. (continue)

  • 04/04 - Ryan Express awaits Democratic Party "Main Line". Malmud for Legislator? (continue)

  • 04/04 - Council keeps Hospital Scope Session Open until May 7 (continue)

  • 04/04 - Consolidated mail carrier routes, sort system slow White Plains Mail (continue)

  • 03/31 - Concerned Neighborhoods to protest Hospital Plans at Council (continue)

  • 03/27 - Media Notes: Philippidis hosts Bailey and Benerofe on WVOX 1450 AM at 6 PM Tuesday. "White Plains Week" to air twice a week on Channel 71. (continue)

  • 03/27 - Hard-to-Place homeless program initiative a success (continue)

  • 03/27 - Soapbox: From Panama Jack in Miami...a thought on National Friendship Week (continue)

  • 03/24 - City Subpoenas Thompson & Bender; Linking Ian Behar to G & S Investors (continue)

  • 03/23 - DPW Garage/Supermarket Construction to Begin/Bank Street has Hotel (continue)

  • 03/21 - Planning Board fells Omnipoint Cell Tower at Fenway (continue)

  • 03/21 - Paulin--Assembly proposals cut Centers for Excellence funding (continue)

  • 03/19 - Legislator Ryan Pledges Not to Run a Primary for Mayoral Nomination (continue)

  • 03/15 - Legislator Ryan Tosses Mayoral Hat in Democratic Ring (continue)

  • 03/15 - County plans 24 townhouses for Woodcrest Heights (continue)

  • 03/15 - McCall to address Democratic Dinner April 22 (continue)

  • 03/15 - Figure Skating Club holds first USFSA Test Session (continue)

  • 03/05 - NY Hospital: "Details" of Plan B to come in supplements (continue)

  • 03/02 - P. Lynn Oliva professes no interest in running for Council. (continue)

  • 03/02 - Pauline Oliva Chooses Not To Run For Reelection. (continue)


Sidewalks of White Plains

  • 08/06 - Pataki to legislature: "Finish the job." Lambasts both houses.
  • 07/31 - Worst Virus ever panics New York
  • 07/27 - Mayor for All Seasons, Alfred Del Vecchio appears on WPW
  • 07/12 - County to acquire 178 acres for $2.8 million.
  • 07/11- Susan Habel discusses zoning on White Plains Week
  • 07/06 - WINGS is saved; Board elects new officers
  • 07/06 - Bank Street, DPW, Macy's demo, downtown facelift coming up

  • These stories and more on the Sidewalks of White Plains

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