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BREAKING: Bramson declares Forest City/Echo Bay project DOA

New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson, a Democrat, has released the following statement concerning the Forest City project at Echo Bay “It is clear that a majority of the City Council is now opposed to the Forest City project at Echo Bay, and I expect that the Council will vote on Tuesday to set aside the […]

Remembering my 10th birthday

By George Latimer When I think back across the years, as I reach my 60th birthday, the memory of my 10th birthday remains the one I remember most. It was a crisp, cool fall day and, while it was a school day, it was a Friday. For an elementary school kid, Fridays are all about […]

Letter: Walsh strikes back

To the Editor, Odd, isn’t it, that Frank Allegretti took it upon himself to rant against me? He was not a candidate, nor is he a member of the town board. He is the town attorney, a Republican appointment certainly, but not appointed as spokesman for anyone. However, I want to thank him for quoting […]

Letter: Radon is a lung cancer danger

To the Editor: November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month and while most are aware that smoking is the leading cause of lung cancer, not everyone recognizes that prolonged exposure to radon gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer. In fact, radon-related lung cancers are responsible for an estimated 21,000 deaths in the U.S. […]

Letter: Thank you, Rye voters

To the Editor, We, the Rye United team, would like to express our heartfelt thanks to the voters of Rye for your support in Tuesday’s election. We feel privileged to have the opportunity to serve our community on the City Council. We enjoyed meeting many of you during the campaign and hearing the issues most […]

Letter: If it’s an apology you seek, look in the mirror

To the Editor, Last week, the chairman of the Rye City Planning Commission, Nick Everett, wrote a letter to The Rye City Review accusing me of reporting “misleading and inaccurate” information about him and his relationship with Sustainable Playland on my blog, Mr. Everett went so far as to ask for an apology, yet […]

Letter: SPI board: We want to work with Rye

To the Editor, The Board of Trustees of Sustainable Playland Inc., wishes to thank the citizens of Rye for their support, encouragement and donations in our efforts to restore Playland Park for the Westchester community. A year ago last month, County Executive Rob Astorino announced that SPI was the successful respondent to his request for […]

Athlete of the week: Jessica Nelson

By Lauren Dempsey Rye junior Jessica Nelson cheered her way to the top to be Athlete of the Week. The co-captain has cheered for the last three years. Supported by a wonderful team, Jessica’s love for cheering continues to grow, as shown by the outstanding performance the team has put on at pep rallies and […]

Pet Rescue

Huxley is a beautiful orange and white cat who is super sweet and gentle. He was very confused after losing his home, but he’s doing well now adjusting to this change and a new residence. Huxley doesn’t have a mean bone in his body. He has gorgeous markings and is just a wonderful kitty who […]