Month: March 2016


Refacing finally gets accepted in remodeling industry

It took more than 25 years, but refacing is finally being accepted by the kitchen and bath industry as a legitimate remodeling solution for the consumer. In a recent issue of Professional Remodeler magazine, for the first time in history, refacing is not only mentioned, but included as the fourth […]

From left: Harrison captains Sydney Woolf; Stevie Carpinello; Christina DeCarlo; Adrianna Darcy and Elisa Arcara pose during an indoor practice session on March 18. The five seniors will look to lead Harrison on the field this year. Photo/Mike Smith

Huskies eye opening day

After a solid campaign in 2015 that saw them reach the Class A quarterfinals, the Harrison softball team is primed to break out this spring, thanks to a healthy combination of experience and athleticism. Harrison returns seven starters from last year’s 14-8 team, including Sydney Woolf and Christina DeCarlo, who […]

In order to avoid raising fees and taxes, the Harrison Town Council is considering cancelling its commercial trash and recycling pick up service. The change would affect any businesses, schools or churches that produce more than two 48-gallon pails of refuse biweekly. File photo

Council may dump commercial trash pickup

A recent proposal from the Department of Public Works in Harrison to discontinue its commercial garbage program has attracted attention from both local business owners and the local Teamsters union, who expressed concerns about the proposal at the Harrison Town Council meeting on March 17. The commissioner of Public Works, […]

Spring cleaning reminders and spring holiday cheers

Spring cleaning reminders and spring holiday cheers

As a reminder, the Westchester County Mobile Shredder (for residents only) will be in Harrison this Saturday, March 26. Residents may bring confidential personal papers for shredding to the Metro-North parking lot (corner of Harrison and Halstead avenues) from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. You can bring up to four […]

Mark Stevens, CEO of MSCO, a firm that specializes in strategies and integrated marketing solutions. Photo courtesy

Talking Business: With Mark Stevens

Where to begin? Perhaps with the fact that my interview the other day with entrepreneur Mark Stevens opened with him telling me that nothing’s off the record, that I can print anything he says, no matter how personal or controversial. No one has ever said that to me before. Within […]