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Pet Rescue

Huxley is a beautiful orange and white cat who is super sweet and gentle. He was very confused after losing his home, but he’s doing well now adjusting to this change and a new residence. Huxley doesn’t have a mean bone in his body. He has gorgeous markings and is just a wonderful kitty who […]

What’s Going On in Mamaroneck

Mamaroneck Public Library events  Ebook downloads from the library On a rainy day, isn’t it nice to know that you can stay home and download a free e-book from the Mamaroneck Library? Go to our homepage, www.mamaronecklibrary.org and click on the “Download eBooks & eAudio” icon on the lower right side of the homepage. Please […]

What’s Going On in Rye

Fall food drive for the Port Chester Carver Center Drop-off location: 21 Elm Place, Rye Rye, NY 10580 Contact: ralphborsella@allstate.com, Borsella Agency Most needed foods: • rice (one pound boxes/bags) • pasta (one pound boxes/bags) • tomato sauce • tuna • canned vegetables (corn, peas, etc.) • canned fruits (mixed cocktail, etc.) • cereal (12-14 […]

What’s Going On in Harrison

Harrison Public Library events Share your ideas for the future of the library Harrison residents are invited to contribute to the process of shaping the future direction of the Harrison Public Library by participating in a survey. The Harrison Public Library is operating in a time of transformationfrom rapidly developing technology, to significant economic pressures. […]

What’s going on in Eastchester

Westchester Italian Cultural Center events Cooking for children: Holiday cookies Saturday, Nov. 16, 2 p.m. A hands-on cooking class designed especially for children. Make memories and meals at the same time. To register, call 771-8700 Children’s fee: Members $30, non-members $40 Parent and child fee: Members $40, non-members $50 Just a few seats left. Must […]

Obituary: Nora Mitchell: A Rye life

By Joe Sack Nora Mitchell was born an only child in the Manchester-Liverpool area of England in 1918. Her father was a carpenter. Looking for work when times were tough after World War I, her parents moved the family to the United States when she was 5 years old. Searching for a place to call […]

Letter: Joan Walsh just doesn’t get it

To the Editor, I read with utter amazement the comments of Joan Walsh and her runningmates made to The Harrison Review on Election Night when interviewed as the landslide results were being reported. Mrs. Walsh incredulously blamed the amount of election signs for her loss and continued her unwarranted and baseless assault on the Belmont […]

Letter: Bramson feeling heat on the homefront

To the Editor, In his concession speech on Nov. 5, Noam Bramson said: “I end this campaign more committed to public service than I have ever been. The cause for which every one of us worked will be just as important tomorrow as it is today.” Great. We get to keep Noam for two more […]

Letter: SPI accusations off-base

To the Editor, I am writing this letter to clarify several misleading and inaccurate statements that have been made by Deirdre Curran, Leon Sculti and Ray Tartaglione on various social media sites. They did not contact me to verify the accuracy of their postings. My wife and I both grew up in Rye and have […]