Indivisible Westchester

Last week, our community was hit with intense weather which included snow, ice, and high winds. The National Weather Service reported that last Thursday’s Nor’easter gave us 11.5 inches of snow. Another wintry mix on Sunday delivered freezing rain and sleet, which forced the Hearts and Homes for Refugees March to be canceled. A new … Continue reading Indivisible Westchester


LM Rally For Refugees

All over the country, thousands of United States residents are being affected by Donald Trump’s immigration ban. New Rochelle resident, Mohammed Alhomsi told The Journal News that he was expecting his wife’s arrival so they could remarry and celebrate their reunion and brand new home. But now their plans are on hold. The executive order … Continue reading LM Rally For Refugees


House Staging

  Local residents and members of a new network, Westchester Social Justice Community, got together for the first “Justice Monday” in response to Donald Trump’s executive orders. They intend to rally every Monday at noon at the intersection of Main Street and Mamaroneck Avenue in White Plains to support of Obamacare. Participants helped to collect … Continue reading House Staging


Senator Latimer and Assemblyman Otis The media has been accused by President Donald Trump of falsely reporting the crowd size for his inauguration. President Trump responded to the comparison images from President Obama’s inauguration in 2009. The images show that President Obama apparently had a larger crowd. The Washington Post, who was among various news outlets to publish the … Continue reading Senator Latimer and Assemblyman Otis


Gun Control The Local Live has hit a milestone with this episode, our 150th. We would like to thank our crew of volunteers that help us bring community news to our viewers every Thursday. The Larchmont Playhouse is back on the market due to Bronxville resident Michael Dicosimo abandoning his plan to buy the theater. In … Continue reading Gun Control


Larchmont Mamaroneck Human Rights Committee The Community Resource Center and the Larchmont and Mamaroneck immigrant community celebrated a victory on January 9th when the Village of Mamaroneck said “yes” to “Green Light New York: Driving Together” The campaign supports equal access to New York State driver’s licenses, regardless of one’s immigration status. The resolution to support Green Light was … Continue reading Larchmont Mamaroneck Human Rights Committee


Reporter’s Roundtable The New York Statewide campaign, Green Light New York supports equal access to driver’s licenses for undocumented immigrants in the state. At present, New York prevents thousands of immigrants from receiving driver’s licenses due to the status of their immigration. As of yet, there are twelve states in the country already provide access to … Continue reading Reporter’s Roundtable