Thomas Zambito, The Journal News

Thomas Zambito

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White Plains, NY, United States

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Past articles by Thomas:

Nuclear Regulatory Commission approves Indian Point sale to New Jersey's Holtec

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has agreed to let Entergy sell the Indian Point nuclear power plant to Holtec International of New Jersey → Read More

MTA weighs Metro-North increased fare hikes, toll increases for bridges and tunnels

Unprecedented ridership declines due to the Covid-19 pandemic could force the MTA to adopt four percent ticket prices increases on Metro-North → Read More

MTA chairman Patrick Foye calls on 'Amtrak Joe' Biden to stave off massive layoffs

More than 900 Metro-North and Long Island Rail Road jobs are among those facing cuts at the MTA if federal funding fails to come through. → Read More

Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff approves Indian Point sale to Holtec

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission will decide by next week whether to back a staff recommendation to approve the sale of Indian Point to Holtec → Read More

Metro-North's new train app will help commuters avoid crowded cars

Metro-North Railroad riders will be able to gauge just how crowded their train will be with the help of a new smartphone app feature. → Read More

Feds to pay $2M to fix busy Metro-North crossing in Peekskill

The federal government agrees to pay for upgrades at a Hudson Avenue crossing that had become the focus of safety concerns. → Read More

Fewer Wall Street bankers, more health care workers riding commuter trains into NYC during pandemic

During the pandemic, health care workers have overtaken finance workers as the most typical rider on commuter trains coming from the NYC suburbs. → Read More

In defense of the sturgeon, green group wants to put brakes on Canadian hydropower plan for the Hudson

A 2017 decision by the National Marine Fisheries Service designated the Hudson River as a critical habitat for the sturgeon. → Read More

East Ramapo special election set for February, will use a ward-based system for the first time

The order by U.S. District Court Judge Cathy Seibel calls on the East Ramapo school board to use a ward-based system to elect its members → Read More

'Last Mile' project along I-95 expected to end next year; work on bridges, ramps planned

A decades-long construction project to improve traffic through Westchester's Sound Shore communities is inching closer to the end. → Read More

Cortlandt to get $3.2M in federal funding to boost economy after Indian Point closes

With Indian Point's shutdown coming next year, Cortlandt is bracing for a financial hit. To help ease that crunch, $3.2 million was granted → Read More

Metro-North employees suspended after "man cave" is found in Grand Central storage room

The room under Grand Central Terminal had a television and beer-stocked refrigerator, MTA officials said. → Read More

Nuclear Regulatory Commission: Gas pipeline rupture wouldn't pose danger for Indian Point

The NRC says Indian Point's owner was "optimistic" in its 2014 assessment of the dangers posed by a gas pipeline but the plant is still safe. → Read More

MTA could eliminate Pascack Valley, Port Jervis lines if federal bailout doesn't come through

The cash-strapped MTA, could eliminate Metro-North service on commuter lines that serve Rockland and Orange counties under a doomsday budget plan. → Read More

Upper Harlem Line returns to full service after Metro-North fixes damage caused by Tropical Storm Isaias

Metro-North’s Upper Harlem Line returned to full service over the weekend after repairing damage caused by Tropical Storm Isaias. → Read More

East Ramapo: If Blacks have been elected to the school board, why would a judge side with NAACP?

A federal appeals court is being asked to overturn a ruling declaring East Ramapo's method for electing school board members is unfair to minorities. → Read More

Metro-North riders cautious as they ease back into the daily commute

Metro-North riders are using caution before deciding whether to jump aboard trains into Manhattan for their morning commute. → Read More

NAACP lawyers seek $9M for East Ramapo voting rights case, to donate to public schools

Following a successful legal challenge, NAACP lawyers want their $9M in legal fees to go to programs benefiting East Ramapo's public school students → Read More

East Ramapo votes no on school budget, the lone rejection in Lower Hudson Valley

East Ramapo voters rejected a $247M school budget, leaving officials to decide whether to hold another vote or adopt a contingency budget. → Read More

Massachusetts drops challenge of nuclear power plant sale in deal that could hint at Indian Point's future

Massachusetts has dropped its challenge of the sale of a nuclear power plant to Holtec in a hint at what could be in store for Indian Point. → Read More