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Events in Rye

Police Blotter

 

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Updated April 16

4/15: Caller reported water main break between Cope Circle, BPR. United Water notified.

 

Letters/Comment

 

LETTTERS

Controlling Costs Is a Good Thing, but School Districts Need Mandate Relief

By Doug French
In 2014, despite coming out of the worst recession in our lifetimes, and after years of major bouts with Mother Nature, the City of Rye was in as strong of a position as ever.

 

Obituaries

 

obits-thFrancoise LoPonte

Francoise (Carbonneau) LoPonte died April 11, 2015 at the age of 94.

 

Morsels on Rye

 

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Ilana Patel, the daughter of Marcia and Andrew Patel of Rye, was married to Mark Costello, the son of Linda Biggica of Hartsdale and Edward Costello of Yonkers, on May 24, 2014 at the Doubletree in Tarrytown.

   

Health & Fitness

 

HEALTH-THFood for Zen

Enter Ania Dunlop’s pristine kitchen and you’ll likely find her spiralizing zucchini, whipping up smoothies, or mixing a batch of sugarless granola bars.

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Sports

 

sports-home-thSPOTLIGHT on James McHugh

Every time James McHugh tees off for the Rye High varsity, an unusual situation arises: the golfer is more driven than the ball.

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Life & Style

 

ANNABELE-HOME-THALONG FOR THE RYE'D: Oh, the Stories Those Children’s Books Tell

 

I’m unusually attached to paper. Words on paper, to be specific. I keep select cards, notes, and love letters in a box that I’ve been carting from state to state for nearly thirty years.

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A&E

 

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AT THE MOVIES: Two Shades of Gray

In a culture so obsessed with youth, it’s a rare for any work of popular art to deal seriously with the aging process.

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Editor's Choice

  • DACHAU-EDIT-THReporting from Dachau, April 1945:

    Seventy years ago, on April 30, 1945, my father-in-law, Sidney Olson, was the first American newsperson to enter Dachau, reporting for Time magazine.

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  • LL edit-th2The Boys and Girls of Summer

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  • Down-edit-thDOWNTOWN PEOPLE: Renaissance Man

    Painter, illustrator, photographer, musician, writer, graphic designer, educator, fundraiser — Adam Levi does it all.

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  • CC-edit-thLights! Camera! Auction!

    Hale and hearty parents at Christ’s Church Nursery School braved a snowstorm March 20 and ventured over to Coveleigh Club for Lights!

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    While the parents were away…we two did play.

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  • Mid-edit-thLuck Be the Midland Community:

    Midland fifth graders, under the direction of Leann and Loralyn Serao, brought the Pulitzer Prize-winning Frank Loesser musical, “Guys and Dolls” to life last month.

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  • lunch-EDIT-THRemembering Women Who Made History, and Made History a Lot More Interesting:
    Braving an early March blizzard, Allison Pataki, daughter of former Governor George Pataki, spoke to a rapt audience at the Rye Historical Society Annual Spring Luncheon at American Yacht Club.

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