Latimer Makes Co-Operative, Bi-Partisan Government Cornerstone of His Reelection Campaign
Dr. Alvarez Steps Down a Year Early
Cell Boxes on Hold, City To Hire Outside Counsel
Forest Avenue Sidewalk Proposal Gains Momentum
Updated August 19
8/12: Your County taxes at work. Tree down in roadway, Old Post Road/Playland Access, 3 a.m.. Con Ed on scene, cut wires light pole was leaning on, DPW cut up, removed fallen tree. County PW refused to work on fallen pole. Desk officer left message with private contractor which had no emergency contact, not due in office until 8 a.m.
Why Seaside Johnnies Shouldn’t Receive Another Ten-Year Lease
Without commenting specifically on the nefarious characters, hostage-style food and beverage prices, as well as the general lawless nature of the clientele that Seaside Johnnies attracts, we are collectively requesting that we extend the window for other bidders to come to the table to replace Seaside Johnnies.
Gary Denton Fender, 74, died July 10, 2016, at his home in Duncanville, Texas.
Morsels on Rye
Weden — Stoddart
Alison Ann Weden, the daughter of Mary and Richard Weden of Rochester, Vt. and Fort Pierce, Fla. and Michael James Stoddart, the son of Anne Prata of Rye, and Grant Stoddart of Stamford, were married August 6, 2016 at the Inn at the Round Barn Farm in Waitsfield, Vt.
Business & Orgs
In the Director’s Seat at Youth Council
The Softball Season That Wouldn't End
Four Rye Rec Adult Softball teams should have been crowned league champions by August 11, but only the B League Roadhouse Regulars, which is managed by Fred Fillet, came away with a title last week because Mother Nature had other ideas.
Around the Garden Inspiration Grows in the Berkshires
It’s summertime and the livin’ is supposed to be easier.
At the Movies: A New Disney Classic
“Pete’s Dragon” is a throwback in every possible way.
Rye Swimmers and Divers Make a Splash at Counties
And they were off at the 91st annual Westchester County Championships, referred to by most as “The Counties,” July 25.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 252
Right in Our Backyard: Having a Heat Wave
When it comes to the weather, we all tend to have short memories. And we also tend to forget the distinction between individual bad weather days and overall trends.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 185
RYE RESCUES: Nicole Rende Zeytoonian
Nicole Rende Zeytoonian, who has had a dog walking business in Rye for more than a decade, is thrilled to see rescues becoming the dogs of choice in our neighborhood.
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: 426
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: 502
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: 406
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: 703