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Column: Insight into the city manager search

The single most important decision the Rye City Council will make is squarely on the horizon. In the next few months the council will select and hire the next city manager. Although our current city manager, Frank Culross, has ably filled the role and admirably steered Rye towards a more credible and reliable government, given […]

Column: Aging in place if you’re not moving

By the time you read this month’s article, I’ll have been aging in place for several days. In my case, the place is at my desk, and I’m certain that I can feel the keyboard getting further and further away as my bone density decreases. Now, just what does the catch phrase “aging in place” […]

Letter: Come one, come all to the parade

  To the Editor, As we deal with yet another winter that just won’t end, the Eastchester Irish American Social Club has your antidote. It is the 11th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade, to be held on Sunday, March 15 at 3 p.m. in the Town of Eastchester. This highly anticipated event is a true […]

Letter: Cuomo’s proposal is bad government

    To the Editor,  We strongly oppose the governor’s proposal to eliminate newspaper public notice of proposed constitutional amendments. Instead of publishing public notices, the Board of Elections would post an abstract and brief description of the proposed amendment somewhere on its website for three days in the week prior to the election. The […]

Police Blotter: Rye 3-13-2015

Collected at the City of Rye Police Headquarters on Sunday, March 8 at 9:30 a.m.     Feb. 24 At 8:04 a.m., a Theall Road resident called police after suffering headaches and vomiting. EMS was dispatched to the scene.   Police were called to the intersection of Locust and Theodore Fremd avenues at 1:08 p.m., after […]

Police Blotter: Mamaroneck 3-13-2015

Collected at the Town of Mamaroneck Police Department on Monday, March 9 at 2:35 p.m.     Feb. 8  At 8:39 p.m., a caller reported a dog barking, which stopped barking once police arrived.   Feb. 9 At 2:13p.m., a complainant reported an intruder in her residence located on Rockingstone Avenue, which turned out to […]

Police Blotter: Harrison 3-13-2015

Collected at Harrison Police Headquarters on Monday, March 9 at 4:15 p.m.   Feb. 21 At 4:31 a.m., police arrested a 21-year-old black male with an active bench warrant at 1 Heineman Place. Harrison police dispatched the call to SUNY Purchase’s University Police Department before processing the suspect at headquarters. The suspect was later released […]

Pet Rescue 3-13-2015

Hi my name is Dylan, and I’m still very much a puppy with a great disposition. Right now I’m about 8-months old and just over 50 lbs. but still growing. I’m very affectionate and love other dogs. I am a bit shy though, and I’m hoping to find someone who can understand me and help […]

What’s Going on in Rye 3-13-2015

Rye library events Art exhibit Ceil Harrigan’s works will be on exhibit on Monday, March 16. Her work has been shown at Rye Art Gallery & Framing in Rye as well as Gallery of Hyannis and Colors in Massachusetts.  For more information on Harrigan, visit esqpirephotos.com Story time Nursery rhymes, songs, and fingerplays.  “Granny Jean” […]

What’s Going on in New Rochelle 3-13-2015

  New Rochelle Public Library Family concert As a warm-up to St. Patrick’s Day, the Westchester Harp Ensemble returns for another fabulous performance of Celtic music that captivates and delights all ages. Lois Colin directs the 12 members on Celtic harps in the Ossie Davis Theater. This concert is made possible by the New Rochelle […]