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What’s Going On in Rye 7-25-2014

The Rye Golf Club to offer pro-rated membership The Rye Golf Club would like to welcome new arrivals to our community to come and try the amenities offered at the club. RGC will offer pro-rated membership to the community for the remainder of 2014. Pro-rated memberships will allow new members to use the facilities for […]

What’s Going On in Harrison 7-25-2014

Harrison Library events Friday, July 25 10 a.m. Open play at the library Monday, July 28 4 p.m. Board games at the library Tuesday, July 29 10 a.m. Train Time for Tots 10:30 a.m. Computer orientation Wednesday, July 30 10 a.m. Movers and Shakers 11 a.m. Lap time 11:30 a.m. Stay and Play Thursday, July […]

Business Briefs 7-25-2014

Mary Jo Jacobs joins USI Insurance New York metro office USI Insurance Services, LLC’s New York metropolitan office welcomes to the brokerage Vice President Employee Benefits Advisor Mary Jo Jacobs. With more than 25 years of experience in human resources, Jacobs will apply her benefits knowledge to serve as a producer at USI. For nearly […]

Harrison Summer Concert Series kicks off

On Thursday, July 10, Harrison residents came out to partake in one of the first installments of this year’s summer concert series, enjoying a performance by Hindenberg, a Led Zeppelin tribute band. The annual outdoor concert series runs twice a week through the end of August. The series kicked off on July 4 with a […]

Alligator crossing: Unique southern eats in Rye

Whether or not you’re brave enough to taste alligator, if you’re seeking a wholly unique dining experience, swing by the Rye Roadhouse. Open for seven years now, the High Street eatery combines Creole and Cajun flavors in its lengthy, meat-and-seafood oriented menu. Without forgoing taste, some of the signature Creole spice is toned down to […]

Slow flowers arrive at Rye farmers market

By NICOLE REED Did you know there’s a slow flower movement?  According to the June through August 2014 edition of The Valley Table, “in 2012, Americans spent $27.8 billion on floriculture items, the vast majority of them grown in industrial greenhouses, swaddled in several layers of plastic, refrigerated in coolers and flown thousands of miles […]

Column: Mapping out effective instruction

The following was authored by guest columnist Dr. Betty Ann Wykes, Rye City School District’s assistant superintendent for curriculum, instruction and assessment.  While students consider school closed for summer, teachers and administrators are busy engaging in various initiatives as they prepare for another successful year. Educating children is a year-round mission; July and August are […]

Letter: Vietnam: A victim of the west

To the Editor, May 2014 marked the 60th anniversary of the French defeat at Den Bien Puh in Vietnam. The Vietnamese had been controlled by Japan, and, after their defeat in WWII, Western imperialism reared its ugly head when France, along with the support of the U.S. and western allies, tried to make Vietnam a […]

Pet Rescue 7-18-14

Kurt is a gorgeous 40 lb. Spaniel mix about three years old. He would prefer to be an only dog in a calm, quiet home with older kids. Kurt is not a high-energy dog and will be most content with a companion that showers him with love. He loves people and will be a great […]

What’s Going On in Eastchester 7-18-14

Bronxville library events New Kindle titles Our Kindles are preloaded with content and available to Bronxville card holders and members of the Friends of the Bronxville Public Library. New Kindle titles for June include: Fiction “The Target” by David Baldacci “The Skin Collector” by Jeffery Deaver “The Collector” by Nora Roberts “Field of Prey” by […]