ON THE RECORD: The State Senate Race: Latimer v. Dillon
Bomb Scare Causes RHS/RMS Evacuation: All Safe After Quick Response and Search
Council Approves Special Permit Process in Attempt to Save Smoke Shop
Council Votes Unanimously to Increase Their Role in Police Commissioner Hiring
Events in Rye
Updated October 9
10/16: Like a good neighbor. Not! 1) Elm Place caller reported that someone hit and damaged his vehicle, left scene.
Vote No on “Bond-anza” Proposal
The New York Bonds for School Technology Act, Proposal 3 is on the ballot this Election Day.
Gloria Bohm Geiger, of Port Chester, New York, died October 15, 2014 at age 78 following a yearlong battle with cancer.
Morsels on Rye
WEDDINGS: McDermott – Lanphier
Elizabeth Swift McDermott, daughter of Rebecca and Mr. Thomas McDermott of Greenwich, Connecticut, was married September 13, 2014 to Edward Oliver Lanphier III, the son of Cameron and Mr. Edward Lanphier II of Ross, California.
Health & Fitness
WP Hospital Opens New Infusion Center
For area residents needing chemotherapy and other infusion treatments, they need go no further than White Plains Hospital, which recently unveiled its new Infusion Center.
Life & Style
DRESSING ON THE SIDE: Tricks and Illusions
Curvy girls long for the lean look. Lean girls long for curves. But fashion has so much magic up its sleeve that with just a small trick at your natural waistline, neckline, or hem length, you can create Houdini-level illusions.
Business & Orgs
Sprechen Sie Fest Fundraiser?
In Bavaria, Oktoberfest is a 16-day celebration. The Friends of Rye Nature Center pulls it off in just one night!
Local Art Scene: When a Line Becomes So Much More
A stellar collection of works on paper by internationally recognized sculptors has arrived at ArtsWestchester in White Plains.
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It’s hard to top Monty Woolley’s portrayal of the insufferable Sheridan Whiteside in the 1942 film “The Man Who Came to Dinner,” which was based on the 1939 Kaufman and Hart hit play,
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Young Rye artists raced to windows all over town on Sunday to paint the town gleefully ghoulish.
WHERE THE WILD THINGS WERE:
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Photographer’s Journal:Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 87
A fishing trip to Montana was also a chance for Jay Mahoney to spot and photograph wildlife, which he does passionately, respectfully.
What A Day At The Jay:
Families flocked to the Jay Heritage Center September 28 for Jay Day. Elisabeth Casey, Co-President JHC Preservationists, said they were thrilled with the turnout, which was close to 1,000.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 76
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In the small country of Rwanda, the two main tribes, Hutus and the minority Tutsis, had been fighting for several years as rebel Tutsis had been on the Ugandan border trying to get back into the country.
Friday Night Lights:
The whole town lights up the night before the annual Rye-Harrison Football game, starting off with the Pep Rally and Bonfire.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 205