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Harrison Community Briefs

Harrison Public Library events Volunteers wanted Volunteer at the Harrison Public Library, 2 Bruce Ave., as a conversation group leader for non-native English speakers. Volunteers should have an interest in meeting people from other cultures, and the ability to engage people in a pleasant, welcoming and encouraging manner. Required Skills: -Strong commitment to helping people. […]

What’s Your Beef?

What’s bothering you today? Collected on Pondfield Road in Bronxville “Gay bashing in Moscow.” Cody Gray, 22, Bayside, Queens “People are too ignorant.” Michael Kopy, 17, Mamaroneck “I’m thirsty.” Julia Buff, 20, Brooklyn “College rates are too high.” Josh Noodt, 17, Mamaroneck

Letter: Just a moment, Mr. Lane

To the Editor, The following is a reponse to Peter Lane’s op-ed, “Dollars and sense and Rye’s non-existant PBA contract,” in the Sept. 13 edition: I understood your op-ed piece up to the point where you said, “cops…should not have to live with the uncertainty that working without a contract creates.” What uncertainty? If you […]

Letter: Latimer: Like the new look, Review

To the Editor, I’d like to compliment HomeTown Media Group for the changes and improvements made in your Easchester Review editions: the new masthead, typeface and formatting give a fresh look to your weekly newspapers. The news inside is essential for those of us who need to stay on top of local stories and events; […]

Letter: Village blowing off its own policy?

To the Editor, My husband has phoned the Village of Mamaroneck Police Department on several occasions regarding the illegal use of leaf blowers in our neighborhood. He reported a violation at one property on multiple occasions. He has also spoken directly to yard workers and has ascertained that some know about the ordinance and others […]

Letter: Astorino and Bramson: Each as bad as the other

To the Editor, I have been a Democrat all of my life because I have profound philosophical differences with the tenets of the Republican Party on a vast array of issues, ranging from immigration reform to abortion policy to the role of government. But, it has been said that all politics is local. As reported […]

Obituary: James Maisano, Sr.

James “Jim” Maisano, a resident of New Rochelle for more than 40 years, died on Sept. 4, 2013, in Danbury, Conn. He was born on Dec. 20, 1930, in Brooklyn to Nunzio and Mildred Maisano. Jim was married to his loving wife Loretta Maisano on May 28, 1961, who predeceased him in 2008. He is […]

Rye Garnets Athlete of the week: Andrew Livingston

By LAUREN DEMPSEY After throwing four touchdown passes in the Garnets’ season-opening victory on Sept. 7, junior Andrew Livingston has been named the first Athlete of the Week for the 2013-2014 school year. Livingston went 11 for 19 passing for a total of 347 yards and four touchdowns. He also had key runs to help […]

Poetic License

Poems can awaken the sleeping imagination. -MLC Wait Watcher Over time, what have you waited for? Sunshine or rain? A train, a plane? The evening news? The cat to come home? Meaning? Love? A vacation? A blue moon? Spring flowers, autumn leaves? A birthday celebration? An anniversary? A new year? The clock to strike? Tomorrow? […]