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You cannot make this stuff up, my oldest brother Johnny has the coronavirus and pneumonia and fluid on his lungs. He works for the United States Post Office overseas mail at Kennedy Airport. April … more
As I sit here and type my column, I am very nervous for my youngest brother Christopher who has the coronavirus. He lives in Elmhurst Queens. He was not feeling well and took his temperature and it … more
My hands are so dry from washing them, they can bleed as long as I do not catch the virus. If you are a regular reader you know I am on Facebook a lot. I saw something that was put on by Milanville … more
What is going on in this world, it's crazy. I pray for all of you to please be safe. I have been working from home. I stay away from everybody except my brother Teddy. He came to my house on Sunday, … more
What is going on? This virus is crazy. I always have plenty of toilet paper. I did go to the Monticello Walmart with my friend on Friday; it was not that bad. I got everything I wanted. I did need … more
It’s a little chilly out there; the wind does not make it any better. Spring is right around the corner, and I hope we have seen the last of the snow. When I was a kid, I loved the snow: … more
It’s that time a year again when I get to wish my friend The Judge a very happy and healthy birthday. Whenever you run into Bob Meyer, it always puts a smile on your face. He is just that type … more
Holy moly—the hardest part of tax season is over, thank God. It’s not a hard job, but there’s lots of pressure. Once they’re delivered, I have 24 hours to enter the tax … more
Most of you know I am Cochecton’s tax collector, and we are getting to the end of January. If you did not make the January 31 payment, you cannot make payments, you have to pay in full.  … more
I had such a great time at the high school on Sunday watching the Harlem Wizards play basketball against some of the teachers and staff. I have to tell you my neighbor Dan Parisi worked up a sweat … more
Hello, I hope you all had a very Merry Christmas, and I am wishing you a very happy and healthy New Year. Wow 2020 it seems like I was living in 1959 only 60 years ago. Yep I am going to be 60 can … more
It’s my last column of 2019. I have been so blessed throughout the year, between all of my loving family and friends who check in on me and make sure all is good. I have to say that 2019 was … more
Is your tree up, is your shopping done, are you wrapped and ready to go? The best part of this time of year is seeing old friends and family. On Saturday, my brother Teddy and I went to Queens to see … more
I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving with family and friends. My mother would always say that when Santa comes at the end of the Thanksgiving Day parade, it’s officially Christmas … more
One day last week I had the pleasure of meeting Yisroel Kreitman. He said, “I read your column”, I said “do you like it?” he said “oh yes,” we hugged, he has such … more
As I write my column this week I am thinking about my drive to work tomorrow with the threat of freezing rain and icy roads. I have to call Lake Huntington Service for my snow tires, Brett has a … more
Extra, extra, read all about it: Heinle’s General Store has been sold to a very nice guy named Raj. I stopped in there one day and met with Raj and Nick, the old owner. I was told that the … more
Did you miss me? I was away on vacation with my sister, brother-in-law and best friend Paula. We went to Seattle, Washington for a few days before taking a cruise to Alaska. I had the best time. I … more
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