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Letter: In support of Karen Belanger

To the Editor, I am writing in support of the re-election of Karen Belanger to the Rye City Board of Education. Her experience as a current board member, Midland PTO president, Midland executive board member and her involvement in several Rye City School District committees speaks for itself. Belanger has proven herself to be a […]

Letter: Alvarez missing the point

To the Editor, It seems I have ruffled the feathers of the school superintendent of Rye and a few parents over one sentence in a previous letter. Apparently, the word insecure and its connotation, rather than its denotation, has been taken as an attack on the children as a whole and the parenting skills as […]

Letter: Make the Playhouse parking

To the Editor, Instead of developing the Mamaroneck Playhouse into condominiums or reviving it, I have another suggestion. The village might acquire the property, convert the front section into retail and office space, and demolish the rear section of the building. Then, the village could combine the rear section with the existing lot behind CVS […]

Letter: If you fix it, we will come, Bow Tie

To the Editor, I don’t know why Bow Tie doesn’t realize what kind of business they can be bringing in if only they refurbished the [Mamaroneck Playhouse]. With all the restaurants on the avenue, it’s a gold mine if done properly. My husband and I would definitely go to the movies in Mamaroneck if it […]

Athlete of the week: Frida Henningsson

By LAUREN DEMPSEY With her long drives and skillful putts, this week’s Athlete of the Week is Frida Henningsson. In the Garnets victory against Suffern, Frida shot a 40 (+3) to lead all golfers while she had the second-best overall score in a victory over Scarsdale. The Garnet team is now 7-1 and it is […]

Pet Rescue 5-16-2014

Felicity, about 4 years old now, is a lovely petite tuxedo with a real live-wire personality. She loves to play, is curious and intelligent, and will grab your attention. You will never be bored with this frisky feline. Felicity is spayed, in excellent health and up to date with all vaccinations. The adoption donation for […]

What’s Going on in Eastchester 5-16-2014

Bronxville Women’s Club events “Fashion in Fine Art” exhibit Scarsdale resident Anna Marie Magagna Hyde is the featured artist for May at the Bronxville Women’s Club, located at 135 Midland Ave, Bronxville. The exhibit is open for viewing Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., excluding holidays throughout the month. The exhibit is titled […]

What’s Going on in Harrison Review 5-16-2014

Harrison Public Library events Tickets to Taste of Harrison Friday, May 16, and Saturday, May 17, Friends of the Harrison Public Library will be available with tickets for the May 18 Taste of Harrison Library fundraiser. Computer orientation Saturday, May 17, at 10 a.m., for the computerized library catalog. Introduction to Microsoft Word Saturday, May […]

What’s Going on in Rye 5-16-2014

Rye library events For more information about programs offered, go to ryelibrary.org or call 914-231-3162. Screenplay immersion workshop for teens Teens often have ideas they feel would make for great movies, but don’t know how to get them down in writing. On Saturday, May 17, Gigi New will lead a Screenplay Immersion Workshop from 2 […]

What’s Going on in Mamaroneck 5-16-2014

Mamaroneck Public Library events Urban Coyotes Saturday, May 18, at 2 p.m. in the program room. Frank Vicenti, president of the Wild Dog Foundation will give a presentation on the coyote’s behaviour, habitats, ecology and preservation. There is no fee to attend. Call the reference desk of the library at 914-630-5888 to register. Larchmont Public […]