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Larchmont to celebrate 125 years

By MARISSA PENN The Village of Larchmont will be celebrating 125 years of existence next year, with a year of exciting public events already being planned.  In 2016, residents will have the opportunity to celebrate Larchmont’s history, growth and development since Quaker refugees settled there from New England in the 1600s. For starters, the village […]

Supt. Nuzzi to resign

By CHRIS EBERHART On Sept. 1, Schools Superintendent Dr. Barbara Nuzzi’s tumultuous, two-year tenure with the Tuckahoe school district will end.  Nuzzi informed the school district of her resignation for the purpose of retirement in a Feb. 11 email to teachers, which was obtained by the Review. She’s expected to make her announcement official at […]

Playland talks fluid

By Chris Eberhart The county executive’s office continues to keep a $100,000 Playland consultant report under wraps while it has been in talks with Standard Amusements as a potential operator of Playland, the Review has learned.  In June 2014, following the collapse of Sustainable Playland, Inc.’s plan to renovate the Westchester County-owned amusement park, County […]

Emergency center hits snag

By Alina Suriel After receiving bids far greater than what the town was anticipating spending, Harrison police may not get an emergency operations center after all. The lowest bid received for the project was close to $1 million and according to town officials, a second bid proposal came in within the same range; officials wouldn’t […]

Claims filed against village

By JACKSON CHEN After the Village of Mamaroneck filed a multimillion dollar lawsuit for the remodeling of the Jefferson Avenue Bridge, the two defendants have plans to countersue, according to village officials. According to Village Attorney Charles Goldberger, there have been two notices of claims filed with the village regarding the Jefferson Avenue Bridge lawsuit. […]

Legislation to save Smoke Shop expires

By CHRIS EBERHART The city council’s plan to save what some have termed as an iconic structure may have just gone up in smoke.  Last November, the Rye City Council passed legislation that was intended to save the T.D.’s Rye Smoke Shop from closing its doors after 90-plus years in business. The legislation allowed the […]

Bronxville considers parking structure

By JOHN BRANDI Officials in the Village of Bronxville are trying to smooth over some of the parking concerns for residents, and are exploring the possibility of constructing a parking garage along Kraft Avenue.   Bronxville Mayor Mary Marvin, a Republican, recently revealed that village officials were working on “preliminary design specifications” with an undisclosed […]

Village to reconsider Rye Town dissolution

By Alina Suriel Months after a standstill in the debate, the dissolution of the Town of Rye is back on the table for the Village of Mamaroneck after board members voted to re-enter talks to plan out the logistics of a new government structure for communities in the village and other affected areas. The accepted […]

Cuomo pushes school reforms

By CHRIS EBERHART Armed with another four years in Albany, the governor is targeting teachers in his education reform policy.  And he’s offering more than $700 million to make it easier for school districts to “expeditiously but effectively remove failing teachers.” In his State of the State address, presented on Jan. 21, New York State […]

Outcome pending in town judge DWI case

Harrison Town Judge Marc Lust’s criminal case has been adjourned to next month, according to a representative of the Manhattan District Attorney’s office. On Dec. 19, Lust, 63, was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated, a misdemeanor, driving while his ability was impaired and leaving the scene of an accident, both violations. The judge […]