1.6% or 5% School Tax Increase, That is the Question
City Pays Nearly $500,000 to Settle Caspi Lawsuit
Con Ed Steps Up Gas Line Monitoring and Maintenance
Rye Rangers’ Ketchabaws Receive Emile Francis Award
Updated March 17
3/17: Possibly cabbage? Central Avenue caller reported strange smell, possibly carbon monoxide, 6:37 a.m. RFD on scene.
A 5% School Tax Increase Is Too Much
The Board of Education has a very tough task creating a budget for our schools.
Charles L. Massey
Charles L. Massey, former president of the March of Dimes, died on March 8, 2015 at his home in Rye.
Morsels on Rye
99 Reasons to celebrate
What do you give the matriarch of the family on a big birthday? In the case of Helen Burke, who turned 99 on February 5, it was generations of love.
Health & Fitness
The Elixir of Health
By now, you’ve heard about juicing. The fact that “juicing” has become a verb speaks to its tremendous popularity.
Rye High Rugby Club Ready for its First Scrum:
With a lot of hard work and perseverance, dreams can come true.
THE RYE ART SCENE: Eva Zeisel, Maker of Things
As “Ahead of the Curve,” a new exhibit at the Rye Arts Center, ably demonstrates, ceramics designer Eva Zeisel was ahead of her time.
Remembering Women Who Made History, and Made History a Lot More Interesting:Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 55
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.
We Got a Kick Out of You!Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 39
Start with music and lyrics by Cole Porter, and a book by Guy Bolton and P.G. Wodehouse.
SURFERS PARADISE:Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 38
While many children and families were disappointed that the weather put a damper on the annual parade from Rye Town Park that kicks off the Milton School Fair, everyone ended up riding a wave of fun inside the school halls March 14.
A Capitol Success for CARVER:
The Concert for Carver, held at The Capitol Theatre February 28, was just the right mix of serious fundraising and fun.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 247
Twice-Weekly March: Madness at Resurrection
If someone told you that there was a place in Rye where 75 high school-age boys played basketball in a gem of a new gym, organized into six teams, carefully balanced by age and skill levels, with official referees, that might sound like a pretty good thing.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 189
A LITTLE LOCAL HISTORY: The Old Leather Man
One of the best-known American short stories is Washington Irving’s “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow”, which is set in the countryside around Tarrytown (Irving’s home Sunnyside is still there).Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 144
DOWNTOWN PEOPLE: Keeper of HistoryRead more... Comments (0) | Hits: 247
If there was anyone meant to spend her days in a 1730s National Historic Landmark, it’s Jennifer Plick.