Con Ed to Customers: Your Meter Is Running and We Want to Help Slow it Down
Side Walk Sale Sneak Preview
Those Looming Mini Towers
Lions Club Names Maddie Eck Rye’s Athlete of the Year
Updated July 15
7/1: Marine landing. Party reported her 18 year-old daughter was walking off Marshlands and was stuck on island due to tide coming in and water level rising, and her cell phone almost out of power. Officers responded in PB1. En route to location, officer spotted person signaling with a light at end of Marshlands by Rye Golf Club. Made way and confirmed it was stranded party. Able to maneuver PB1 close enough in to shore while officer assisted female onto boat. Transported to City Marina, then to her vehicle at parking lot.
We Can Make a Difference
I applaud The Rye Record for the “Rise in Teen Substance Abuse Has the Attention of the Community” article in the April 22 issue.
Timothy Martin Wall of Rye, passed away peacefully on July 2, 2016, surrounded by the love of family and friends at Calvary Hospital in the Bronx, after a three-and-a-half year battle with cancer.
Morsels on Rye
Kuno Peter Kibele
Business & Orgs
In the Director’s Seat at Youth Council
A Clean Sweep for Rye Racquet Women’s Teams
For the third year in a row all of Rye Racquet’s Metropolitan Interclub Tennis League teams won their divisions or tied for first place.
Right in Our Backyards
More About Sweet Gum Trees (and Balls)
A little over four years ago I wrote an article about sweet gum trees and the balls they produce.
For Lovers of Shakespeare, Pull Up a Lawn Chair
Since 2005, Rye Middle School social worker Peter Green, his wife Carin Zakes, and the LawnChair Theatre Company have brought contemporary versions of Shakespeare’s plays to parks all across Westchester County.
Those Osborn Fifth Graders Gotta Dance
All spring long Osborn fifth graders practiced, performed, and competed for the 10th year in a ballroom dance program.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 44
Vintage Rye: Rye Beach Pharmacy, 70 Years Young
Rye Beach Pharmacy, some 70 plus years ago, was a drug store with a lunch counter that only opened during the summer months, thus referred to by the locals as “the summer pharmacy.”Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 89
A Little Local History Playland’s Pool
Playland began operating this summer under a thirty-year management agreement between Westchester County and Standard Amusements.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 56
The Sweet Song of Spring
For photographer Jay Mahoney, who lives most of the year in Colorado, — but happily “migrates” to our neck of the woods, like so many of the birds he captures in flight, nest-building, searching for food and mates— spring is the season. “For me it is the best time of the year to photograph because of all the color. And the bullfrogs and building, and rabbits are up and out again,” says Mahoney.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 340
Our Favorite Perennials
In a town with no shortage of realtors, everyone may not know your name, unless you are a “perennial,” one of those agents who keeps coming back year after year and keeps her bloom.
At The Movies Cannes on the Sound
Our little corner of the world is about to become an internationally known movie haven.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 538
The recipients of the annual Rye Youth Council Awards possess everything the Tin Man, the Lion, and the Scarecrow went looking for at the beginning of “The Wizard of Oz” — heart, courage, and brains.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 388