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Pet Rescue 2-7-14

Elio is an eight-month-old grey swirl tabby kitten, who just loves to be touched and will fall over to expose his belly for some good rubbing. This handsome feline, with the most striking markings, will be one big boy when fully grown. He lives with seven other cats and dogs and likes them all. Elio […]

What’s Going On in Eastchester 2-7-14

Bronxville Public Library events Borrow a Kindle today BPL Kindles are pre-loaded with content, no downloading necessary. New titles will be added monthly. 14-day borrowing period. Bronxville library cardholders only. Kindles have been provided through the generous support of the Friends of Bronxville Public Library. Download e-books from the library for free Do you own […]

What’s Going On in Mamaroneck 2-7-14

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, and click on the “Download eBooks & eAudio” icon on the lower right side of the homepage. Please […]

What’s Going On in Rye 2-7-14

Theater camp open house The Amadeus Summer Theater and Art Day Camp is holding an open house on Saturday, Feb. 8, 2014, from 10 1 p.m. Camp gives children ages 6 to 16 the opportunity to perform musical theater, study two instruments, create art, compose, create sets, learn photography and film making, June 30 […]

What’s Going On in Harrison 2-7-14

Harrison Public Library events Harrison Council for the Arts presents “Collection of Photographs” by Tina Link at the Harrison Public Library, 2 Bruce Ave. on view Feb. 2 to 25 with an opening reception Feb. 8 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. For this body of work, Tina Link has selected photographs that integrate the […]

Opinion-Editorial: Stipendgate, Part II

  By FRANK GORDON In Stipendgate, Part I, I reviewed the process by which the Harrison Town Council inserted a $12,000 annual stipend for the police chief as one of its last-minute changes to the 2014 adopted budget. This after the board granted and, shortly thereafter, rescinded a similar stipend just four months earlier. This […]

Letter: Sack, council need to stand against SPI plan

To the Editor, The following is an open letter to Mayor Joe Sack and the Rye City Council. At this key juncture, we are asking city officials to take a firm position in protecting the City of Rye from the county’s plan to impose on our community the intrusive, year-round private sports complex in the […]

Letter: Black celebrities are the Uncle Toms of today

To the Editor, Malcolm X railed against the “Uncle Tom” 50 years ago that he and others described as a byproduct of centuries of enslavement, colonization and destruction of the history of African-Americans and people of color by “western so-called civilization.” It is reflected today in a modern day homogenization of thinking that rears itself […]

Athlete of the Week: Pat Macaulay

By LAUREN DEMPSEY After placing first in all four of his events in a swim meet win against Westlake High School at Pace University, Pat Macaulay of the Rye High School Boys Swimming and Diving Team has been named this week’s Athlete of the Week. So far on the year, the Garnets have also defeated […]

Pet Rescue 1-31-2014

Pharaoh is a great dog, about 2 and a half years old and 70 pounds. We believe he is a Great Dane/Greyhound mix. Pharoah likes his humans and plays well with some dogs, mostly female. He is strong on a leash but, with a little training, he can be a wonderful companion. He was turned […]