Category Archives: News

Dems talk HCZMC, Playhouse

By PHIL NOBILE The first and only Democratic debate in advance of the Sept. 9 primary election was held last week at LMC-TV’s studios as the four potential candidates vying for three open slots on the ballot in November’s election touted their opinions and positions on controversial Village of Mamaroneck matters. Almost immediately, the trio […]

Bronxville to vote on Parkway Road Bridge agreements

By CHRIS EBERHART The Village of Bronxville’s September Board of Trustees meeting could mark the beginning of the end of the Parkway Road Bridge saga, which has passed the one-year mark. Officially closed in July of 2013 because of structural damage revealed during a routine inspection by the New York State Department of Transportation, the […]

Fitness sign request sparks Town Council divide

By PHIL NOBILE While the Town of Harrison struggles to attract and retain business in its downtown district, one local business owner’s request to put a sign on town-owned property was denied, sparking criticism of the town’s business culture. In a rare contentious 3 to 2 vote among the all-Republican Harrison Town Council, a request […]

Libraries begin community reading project

  By ALINA SURIEL The Mamaroneck and Larchmont public libraries are launching their first ever community-wide reading project with the start of “One Book, One Mamaroneck.” The initiative is meant to encourage residents throughout the communities  to read the same novel by hosting events focusing on the book’s themes. The chosen book is “I Am […]

Local realtor films reality show

By ALINA SURIEL Harrison will soon have its answer to the popular Bravo TV show, “Million Dollar Listing,” as town resident Tony Mazzuli begins production and filming on his own real estate reality show. Mazzuli, 32, has lived in Harrison for 20 years and serves as the director of the commercial real estate division for […]

Officials oppose United Water proposal

By CHRIS EBERHART The state’s Public Service Commission held two public hearings—one in New Rochelle and one in Rye—to discuss United Water Westchester and United Water New Rochelle’s proposed merger and rate increases, and it seemed every elected official and resident at the public hearings poked holes in the proposal. “I’m not opposed to the […]

Monroe packs house at Dining Lab

The best way for chefs in training to practice is through real-time experience. Only then can aspiring culinary talents truly get a feel for what working in a kitchen is like. While this principle is applicable to any job, it may not always be possible. Students at Monroe College are fortunate to have the opportunity […]

The Pie Lady is back

By NICOLE REED Every year around July 1, Wil Tyler, the son of Pie Lady & Son, begins The Peach Watch. The peach growers of Georgia send word theirs are ready, but Wil stays put. In the next week or two, he’ll hear from South Carolina and Virginia, too, but he won’t act on it. […]

County on the road to going green

By CONOR McKOY Westchester legislators are gearing up to make the decision whether or not to buy more green vehicles for county government. On July 29, members of the Westchester Board of Legislators approved a public hearing for the recently proposed Green Vehicles Sustainable Savings Act, though a date for the hearing has yet to […]

City reaches agreement with DPW union

By JOHN BRANDI On Monday, Aug. 4, the Rye City Council unanimously approved a contract with the Department of Public Works union, CSEA Local 1000, which had been operating under an expired contract since 2011. The contract was ratified by the union on July 28 and then referred to the City Council for its final […]