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What’s going on in Mamaroneck 6-6-2014

At Home on the Sound event Acupuncture: What is the point? Do you know the multiple benefits of acupuncture? It can help lower blood pressure, reduce insomnia, lessen anxiety, diminish arthritic pain and more. On June, 18 at the invitation of At Home on the Sound, Kathy Casey, licensed acupuncturist and practitioner of Oriental medicine, […]

What’s going on in Harrison 6-6-2014

Harrison Public Library events Beginners yoga Mondays, June 9 and June 16, at 7:30 p.m. Learn about yoga’s history, philosophy and practice. Understand the poses and breathing techniques. Limited to 20 participants. Sign up at the information desk. Wear comfortable clothing; bring your own mat and towel. Meet the Artist: Hilda Green Demsky Saturday, June […]

Column: Counter(top) intelligence

Archeologists have found, even before recorded history, people have had an area in their home devoted to food preparation. Traditionally referred to as “the kitchen” over the millennia, this specialized subdivision of the household has developed from a simple work surface to the exciting kitchens of today. And one of the most exciting parts of […]

Letter: We’re getting our parking permits, period

To the Editor: In 2009, the New York State Legislature passed Vehicle and Traffic Law Section 1662(d), giving Mamaroneck legal authority to create a residential parking district adjacent to the Larchmont Metronorth station. Then Gov. David Paterson signed the bill into law on July 26, 2009, and stae Sen. Suzy Oppenheimer announced, “This legislation empowers […]

Dems dump Bermudez Hallstrom

By JASON CHIREVAS In 2012, 28-year-old Andres Bermudez Hallstrom was the youngest person elected to the Village of Mamaroneck Board of Trustees in 30 years and the first Latino ever to sit on the dais. Two years later, there’s no place for him on his party’s ticket. The village Democratic Party released its candidates for […]

Yandrasevich case appears headed to trial

By LIZ BUTTON Former Rye Golf Club manager Scott Yandrasevich, who allegedly stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from club members, is scheduled to return to court on Aug. 6 to set a trial date. Yandrasevich, 49, was arraigned on an indictment of 11 felony counts in county court on May 9, and pleaded not […]

Memorial Day parade resumes

By LIZ BUTTON After a hiatus of about 50 years, Rye’s Memorial Day parade returned to Purchase Street on Monday. “This is a wonderful crowd. It’s by far the biggest I’ve seen in the 12 years I’ve been doing this,” said Commander Thomas M. Saunders of American Legion Post 128, which sponsored the parade with […]

District considers health clinic in elementary school

BY KATIE HOOS As the Mamaroneck Union Free School District considers placing a health clinic in one of its elementary schools, some parents and residents are concerned a clinic would pose potential health and safety issues and are urging the district to rule it out. At the May 6 Board of Education meeting, school officials […]

Otis: Rye Town dissolution could be simplified

By PHIL NOBILE The possible dissolution of Rye Town remains up in the air as Village of Mamaroneck officials consider whether or not to annex the portion of the town that also lies within the village’s borders, but an idea from state Assemblyman Steve Otis may make the process of eliminating a layer of municipal […]