Category Archives: News

Two attorneys campaign for Carvin’s seat

By JACKSON CHEN After the incumbent supervisor for the Town of Rye declined to seek a third term, two local attorneys will be facing off to fill the open position.  Combined with his experience as a former Village of Rye Brook trustee and current Planning Board chairman, Gary Zuckerman, 70, recently announced his intention to […]

Field grows in justice primary

By JOHN BRANDI Registered Republicans in the Town of Harrison have an array of candidates to choose from for the two part-time justice positions, as four legal professionals are seeking the ballot line ahead of the general election.  Incumbent Town Justice Marc Lust, a registered Democrat who will already appear on the Independence, Democratic and […]

GOP mayoral candidates challenge petitions

By JOHN BRANDI Now that the task to collect voter petitions is over, the efforts are now being challenged in White Plains court.  As a primary fight edges closer in the Town of Harrison, some candidates are being slammed with challenges to their petition efforts to appear on the ballot. Each candidate, ahead of the […]

Village to spend $640K for LED upgrades

By JACKSON CHEN A $640,000 project will be making the Village of Mamaroneck greener with plans to retrofit the village streetlights with LED upgrades. The agreement for the project was promptly adopted during a special village Board of Trustees meeting held on July 27. According to the agreement, the village’s more than $640,000 payment to […]

Condemned property awaits demolition

By James Pero As an uninhabited property on 27 Century Ridge Road in Purchase sits in disarray, awaiting demolition, it continues to be a magnet for trouble and a nuisance to nearby homeowners.  Ted Demirjian, a neighboring homeowner on Century Ridge Road, can attest to just how bad the site—which has been uninhabited for at […]

Town Hall gets audio, visual facelift

By James Pero With $35,000 worth of new and improved equipment, the audio and visual systems in Eastchester Town Hall are ready to deliver 21st-century quality to those tuning in to televised council meetings. The systems—which Eastchester Supervisor Anthony Colavita, a Republican, previously told the Review delivered audio and visual quality that looked like VHS […]

Summerfield to return to Planning Board­­­­­

After a nine-month layoff, the Summerfield Gardens project is expected to return to the Eastchester Planning Board in September for final site plan approval, according to the developer’s attorney. Among the final preparations for the project was DELV Development’s plan to fix the storm and sewage pipes in the area that were discovered cracked in […]

Mighty Fergusons fight off poor weather

On Thursday, July 30, The Mighty Fergusons took the stage in Flint Park as part of the Larchmont Summer Concert Series. Braving some inclement weather, the groove-oriented jam band belted out tunes to those in attendance that remained. The band, who plays songs from artists like Phish, Grateful Dead, Pearl Jam, Bob Marley and Sublime, […]

Breaking: Yandrasevich gets 1 to 3 in prison

Scott Yandrasevich, the disgraced former general manager of the Rye Golf Club, will serve a one-to-three-year sentence in state prison for grand larceny and two counts of falsifying records. The sentence was handed down on Aug. 6 by Supervising Judge of Criminal Courts Barry Warhit, after he denied another request by Yandrasevich’s lawyer, Kerry Lawrence, […]

Yandrasevich sentencing adjourned again

The sentencing date for Scott Yandrasevich, the disgraced former general manager of the Rye Golf Club, was pushed back once again to Thursday, Aug. 6. According to the Westchester County District Attorney’s office, Yandrasevich’s sentencing was adjourned on July 27 for the new date of Aug. 6. This is the second postponing of Yandrasevich’s sentencing, […]