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Letter: Bianchi for town justice

    To the Editor, I’m writing to endorse Ronald Bianchi for Harrison town justice. Ron has extensive experience. He is a dedicated and trusted civil servant who has served the Town of Harrison as the mayor/supervisor, town attorney and town judge. Ron is also a lawyer in private practice. He has always proven to […]

Letter: Is our town board doing right by its citizens?

    To the Editor, Transparency is the buzzword. Again and again, the present Harrison town board has proved that they are as determined as possible to keep the citizens of Harrison unrepresented and uninformed. The citizens are left in the dark. It is a town board’s responsibility to represent, respond and inform its community. […]

What’s going on in Harrison

Harrison library events  Check out all events and programs at Finding Your Balance, Enhancing Your Life On Monday, Oct. 19 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the main library. Do you want more out of work and life? Susan Piro, an experienced corporate team leader and coach, will discuss how to determine goals, […]

What’s going on in Rye

Rye Free Reading Room events   How to communicate with your doctors The marvels of modern medicine allow most of us to live much longer, but not necessarily better. On Saturday, Oct. 17 from 11 a.m. to noon in the Meeting Room, David C. Leven, executive director of End of Life Choices New York and […]

What’s going on in Mamaroneck

Larchmont Public Library For information on regular events and programs and more, visit If Trees Could Talk The library and the Sheldrake Nature Center present this program for children ages 6 to 8 on Thursday, Oct. 22 at 4 p.m. Participants will have a chance to examine specimens of trees including oak, maple and […]

What’s going on in New Rochelle

New Rochelle Public Library ‘Growing Up in the West End of New Rochelle’ To celebrate Italian Heritage and Cultural Month, Dennis Nardone will discuss the neighborhood of West New Rochelle through his personal experiences growing up in the predominantly Italian-American community in the 1950s and 1960s on Saturday, Oct. 17 from 3 p.m. to 4 […]

What’s going on in Eastchester

‘Come to the Cabaret’ Singer Diana Templeton will entertain audience members on Sunday, Oct. 18 at 2 p.m. with a musical program “Come to the Cabaret,” with favorites from her repertoire, including “Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me” and “Teach Me Tonight.” Diana has released nine albums during her 30-year-long career, and has been recognized […]

Eastchester preps for $26M school bond vote

By SUZY BERKOWITZ The Eastchester school district has proposed a $26 million expansion bond for its high school. The bond is headed for a public referendum on Oct. 20. The school district is making the proposal in an attempt to combat the high school’s current spatial and academic limitations, according to the district’s website. And […]

City to appeal $650K award to injured couple

By JACKSON CHEN The city is looking to appeal a state Supreme Court arbitrator’s award of $650,000 to a Dutchess County couple for a rear-end accident in 2012 that involved a Rye City police lieutenant. On April 19, 2012, Rye City Lt. Joseph Verille rear-ended a car while he was driving northbound on I-684 in […]

TOD Article 78 lawsuit dismissed

By JACKSON CHEN A lawsuit seeking to revoke a recently-passed local law in the Village of Mamaroneck was recently dismissed by a Supreme Court judge.  Back in March, village residents Gina von Eiff and Suzanne McCrory filed an Article 78 proceeding against the village’s Board of Trustees and former Democratic Trustee Andres Bermudez-Hallstrom for enacting […]