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Bidding for TCC roof contract opens

By ALINA SURIEL The Village of Tuckahoe has begun accepting bids to replace the leaky, solar-paneled roof at the Tuckahoe Community Center, according to Village Administrator David Burke. “It has been leaking for a couple of years now,” Tuckahoe Village Mayor Steve Ecklond, a Republican, said. “We have a series of garbage cans that have […]

Palmer Avenue streetscape starts up again

By JOHN BRANDI The Palmer Avenue streetscape project resumed on Monday, Sept. 8, after the Village of Larchmont reached an agreement with a new contractor, according to Democratic Mayor Anne McAndrews. A surety company, Selective Insurance Company of America, issued a performance bond in 2012 when the village hired its previous contractor. The bond guarantees […]

Mayor takes ALS Challenge

By ALINA SURIEL Everyone knows someone who has gotten doused with a bucket of icy water for charity after a whole summer of the viral Ice Bucket Challenge to benefit the ALS Association. Rye Mayor Joe Sack, a Republican, and life-long Rye resident and historian Douglas Carey became two of the latest names to undertake […]

New ABC pilot to film in town

By JOHN BRANDI Pyrotechnics may soon light up the sky over Harrison, pending officials’ approval. The Harrison Town Council has unanimously approved a request by CBS/EYE Productions to film a fireworks display on Wednesday, Sept. 17, from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Old Oaks Country Club, 3100 Purchase St., as part of a new […]

The 808 Bistro: Family and tradition

Cooking professionally since the age of 15, The 808 Bistro’s chef and owner Salvatore “Sal” Cucullo has spent a considerable amount of his life inside the kitchen. At his grandfather’s pizzeria in the Bronx, Cucullo was making pizzas himself by age 11. The family business transformed into a traditional Italian restaurant in New Rochelle, where […]

Column: Heading in the Rye direction

I was sitting in the veterinarian’s waiting room with my dog Max last week, when in walked a fellow Rye resident with her own pooch. We exchanged pleasantries, and then she commended the City Council on how well we’ve been working together. Of course I was pleased, and I gratefully accepted the compliment. But then […]

Letter: Miller: I am sorry

Dear Editor, The published comments from my [Mamaroneck Review] interview last week about the Latino community in the Village of Mamaroneck were careless, hurtful and wrong. For this I am sorry. I know that my comments angered many members of our community. No one should ever feel as if there is a limit to what […]

Pet Rescue 9-12-2014

Luke is a goofy pitbull mix, about a year old and 52 lbs. He has very cool, gorgeous bovine markings and a big smile to match his good natured, happy-go-lucky personality. Luke is easy on leash, likes to give kisses and is friendly with people and other dogs, though he ignores cats. Luke is a […]

What’s Going on In Rye-9-12-2014

  Wainwright  House fall class guide Wainwright House fall class guide is now available.  The full color guide can be viewed at wainwright.org. Over 60 classes and workshops in creativity, spiritual exploration, health, well-being, the environment, yoga and movement. New this year is the yoga teacher certification academy, and certification in animal reiki and hypnosis. […]