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Republican judicial primary candidates: Marc Lust

Age: 63 Family: Wife, Lois; three children, Alyssa, Daniel, Ben Status: Incumbent Political Affiliation: Registered Democrat Political Experience: 16 years as Harrison’s part-time town justice Community Affiliations: Former Harrison coed little league coach from 1992 to 2006; former member of the Board of Directors of the Harrison Jewish Community Center; former president of Westchester County […]

County pushes inter-municipal sewer agreements

By JACKSON CHEN Westchester County is relying on its various municipalities to begin addressing the countywide issue of excessive water flow throughout its aging sewer system through an inter-municipal agreement.  Municipalities such as the City of Rye and the Village of Scarsdale are expected to consent to a joint agreement, while others like the Village […]

Author chronicles One World Trade Center

By JAMES PERO Perhaps the only thing more intriguing than the content of Judith Dupré’s books is the way they’re presented.  “Skyscrapers,” a New York Times bestseller, is elongated and skinny, mimicking the dimensions of the towers chronicled between its covers; “Bridges” sprawls horizontally in a homage to the architectural design of its namesake; “Churches,” […]

What’s going on Eastchester

Eastchester Public Library Eastchester 5K run The Eastchester 5K will be run on Sunday, Sept. 27. All proceeds from this year’s race will go toward improvements at the Eastchester Public Library. More details to follow. Free museum passes Looking for something to do during the lazy, hazy days of summer? Thanks to the Friends of […]

What’s going on Mamaroneck

Mamaroneck Public Library For regular programs and events, visit All Ages Hour Come in on Saturday, Aug. 29 at 11 a.m. for stories that will appeal to all ages of kids and their caregivers. Stay or come at 11:30 a.m. to make a craft simple enough for the little kids and creative enough for […]

What’s going on Harrison

Harrison library events  The Harrison Public Library will be closed for renovations and will reopen on Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015. Visit for updates and more information. Art exhibition Artists who are interested in exhibiting at the Harrison Public Library for approximately one month during 2016 are invited to submit samples of their artwork for […]

What’s going on Rye

Rye Free Reading Room events Art exhibit Rye resident and multi-award winning artist Elizabeth B. Derderian will display a collection of still-life, landscape, cityscape and figurative paintings in an exhibition called “A New Chapter: Recent Paintings by Elizabeth B. Derderian.” The exhibition opens on Wednesday, Sept. 2 and will run until Wednesday, Sept. 30. Derderian’s […]

New Rochelle schools sued for $1.5M

By JACKSON CHEN The Mamaroneck Union Free School District is suing the City School District of New Rochelle for $1.5 million for providing services to Mamaroneck students that reside jurisdictionally in New Rochelle. According to the lawsuit filed on July 28 with the Westchester County Supreme Court in White Plains, the Mamaroneck school district provided […]

Search for clerk, police commissioner underway

By JACKSON CHEN As Rye City Manager Marcus Serrano settles into his new role, his priorities include hiring two new department heads: a police commissioner and city clerk. Serrano, who was hired by the Rye City Council on June 10, was able to leave his village administrator position with Dobbs Ferry early and begin work […]