MARY PRENON INSTANTLY ON WHITE PLAINS WEEK.COM AND YOU TUBE ON PEOPLE TO BE HEARD WESTCHESTER’S WOMAN ABOUT MEDIA TELLS HOW TO LOSE WEIGHT IF YOU’RE LAZY AND LOVE TO EAT. SHE DID IT!

WESTCHESTER’S WOMAN ABOUT MEDIA People to Be Heard  with Prenon has been posted   the youtube link is     https://youtu.be/e-PTtot0U9A   the whiteplainsweek.com link is   http://www.whiteplainsweek.com/  and www.wpcommunitymedia.org (Scroll down website Showwall to White Plains Week People to Be … Continue reading

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Labor Day is a Memorial to Strikers Who Died. Here’s to Eugene Debs, John Mitchell–Heroes of Labor. Labor Day Celebrates those who Struggled, Died to Fight and Restrain Inhumane Working Conditions, Millionaire Murderers, Exploitative Owners and Won. It is 2018 and We Need Them Again

WPCNR NEWS AND COMMENT. By John F. Bailey. September 3, 2018. Reprinted from the CitizeNetReporter Archives: It is Labor Day 2018. Teachers throughout the state continue to be under fire for not teaching effectively. Teacher union leaders protest against calls … Continue reading

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FEINER: POSTAL SERVICE LOCALLY A DISGRACE. SCHOOL BUS PASSES UNDELIVERED IN GREENBURGH. ABC NEWS: POSTAL SERVICE TO CLOSE 3,700 REVENUE LOSING POST OFFICES NATIONALLY. LOCALS SOUND OFF IN LETTER DULUGE

WPCNR THE FEINER REPORT. By Paul Feiner, Greenburgh Town Supervisor. September 2, 2018: Editor’s Note: This weekend ABC News reported the U.S. Postal Service announced it was seeking to close 3,700 money-losing postal offices nationwide. Paul Feiner, the Greenburgh Town … Continue reading

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SCHOOL STARTS WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 5 IN WHITE PLAINS NY USA. YOU CAN LOOK FORWARD TO A LOT EASIER ACHIEVEMENT TESTS THAN STUDENTS IN 1895 in Salina, Kansas took 123 Years Ago. Bring back those SchoolMarms!

WPCNR SCHOOL DAYS. From Carl Paladino. September 1, 2018: Editor’s Note: Carl Paladino, the Buffalo NY political activist and long time critic of the Buffalo school system, posted this to his wide mailing list: the test that 8th graders in … Continue reading

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