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Letter: Fresh and new may not be what’s best

    To the Editor, Rye does not stand at a crossroads. The reform of our government began when Mayor Sack and the current council were elected to office in 2013. Meg Cameron, the current Rye Democratic Party chairwoman, was beaten badly in that election as a candidate for city council. Richard Slack and Richard […]

Eagles maul Dutchmen

By MIKE SMITH Eastchester’s football team has given area fans plenty to cheer about this fall, as the Eagles stormed through the regular season with a perfect 6-0 record en route to a No. 2 seed in the Class A playoffs. On Oct. 17, the Eagles continued their unbeaten streak, routing Tappan Zee 48-0 to […]

Village parks to receive $220K renovations

By James Pero Several of Mamaroneck’s recreational courts are ready to get back on their A-game following the village’s allocation of $220,000 toward much-needed renovations. On Sept. 16, the Board of Trustees voted to allot the money, which is being taken from the village’s reserve funds, to three of the village’s public parks. The renovations, […]

Letter: Republican concerned about village leadership

    To the Editor, I read Angela Giraldo’s letter to the editor regarding the recent action taken by the Westchester County Board of Elections. After doing some research, I now understand that Ms. Giraldo’s letter was misleading and disingenuous, as it put a negative spin on what was actually an act of public duty. […]

Tuckahoe residents sign petition, call for fast food ban

By CHRIS EBERHART In reaction to Subway’s impending entrance into Tuckahoe, village residents circulated petitions urging the village’s Board of Trustees to amend its zoning code to ban similar fast food shops and chain restaurants from joining the sub shop in the village. The Subway project is currently at the tail end of the planning […]

City cooks up fresh food at farmers market

By NICOLE REED A firetruck pulled up to the New Rochelle Farmers Market on North Avenue on Friday, July 17. The men hopped off and surveyed the scene. Instead of fighting a fire, New Rochelle’s bravest were there to buy fresh fruit and vegetables for the firehouse. As one of the firefighters explained, “It used […]

What’s Going on in Harrison 6-26-2015

Harrison library events   The Harrison Public Library will be closed for renovations until July 2015. English conversation group Let’s speak English, non-native speakers. Practice your English and make new friends in an informal, volunteer-led setting and learn about the Harrison library too. There is no need to register or sign up. Group meets on […]

Letter: A walk in the park

    To the Editor,  Rye Town Park is located in the City of Rye and serves neighboring communities. It is a beautiful park and beach with eateries. It is a nice place to swim, sunbath, picnic or relax. In order to increase revenue, eligible communities should require people to obtain a permit at a nominal […]

Breaking News: Rye hires new city manager

By CHRISTIAN FALCONE The Rye City Council has hired Marcus Serrano as its new city manager. His contract was expected to be agreed to by the city’s governing body at its June 10 meeting, after press time. Serrano currently serves as the village administrator of Dobbs Ferry, a position he has held for the past […]

Rye Playoff Roundup

Girls Lacrosse 5/19 Somers d. Rye 10-7 Despite a furious second half comeback and a milestone goal for Charlotte Tucci, Rye’s bid for a berth in the section finals came to an end on Tuesday when it fell to a solid Tuskers’ team 10-7. Rye trailed 8-3 at the half but mounted strong resistance in […]