Category Archives: News

Walter’s takes to the streets

By JAMES PERO Walter’s Hot Dogs may be nearly a century old, but that doesn’t mean the local Mamaroneck establishment is out of ideas just yet.  In fact, Gene-Christian Baca and his sister Katharine Warrington Woodward, head of business development and head of public relations, respectively, in addition to a large cast of family members, […]

Culross retires one final time

By JACKSON CHEN The city manager’s office is empty. It’s Thursday, April 30; the day City Manager Frank Culross made clear was his final retirement from running the day-to-day operations in Rye. But as the odor of fresh paint emanates from the third floor office in City Hall, Culross is one floor below in Council […]

Harrison FD seeks upgrades

By JOHN BRANDI The Harrison Fire Department is moving forward with multi-million dollar plans to modernize its facility on Harrison Avenue, a building that hasn’t seen much in the way of renovations for almost 100 years.  Fire Chief William Nardozzi said the design will keep the structure intact, but that there’s going to be a […]

MBYC on the market

By JACKSON CHEN The infamous Mamaroneck Beach and Yacht Club is soliciting offers for the sale of the beach club, according to an exclusive investment memo sent out to prospective buyers by two real estate brokerage firms that was obtained by the Review.   According to the memo that was sent out several weeks ago, Lisa […]

Tuckahoe mourns loss of trustee

By CHRIS EBERHART On the evening of April 30, Tuckahoe Village Trustee Stephen Quigley had a scheduled Skype interview for the president’s position with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps.  His wife said that was his dream job, and had he secured the position, he would’ve left the law firm he was working for and started a […]

County sets Playland operator review schedule

By CHRIS EBERHART The Westchester County Board of Legislators outlined what its 60-day review of the Playland agreement between the county administration and Standard Amusements will look like.  The 60-day window to approve the agreement that affords Standard the right to manage the amusement park was included as a clause in the tentative agreement between […]

GOP in search of Parker foe

With all 17 seats on the Westchester County Board of Legislators up for election this year, county Republicans, in particular, have been eying the seat of Catherine Parker for some time. Yet, according to multiple sources, the GOP has been having a tough time fielding candidates to attempt to unseat Parker. Although Republicans from around […]

15 rescued from capsizing incidents in harbor

By JACKSON CHEN Ten high school girls and a support boat operator were rescued after their boats capsized in the Mamaroneck Harbor during the evening of April 29. As it turned out, rescue operators and police responded to two incidents of boats from a Rye rowing club capsizing in the Mamaroneck Harbor that day. According […]

FD recruitment looks to boost volunteers

The Harrison Fire Department opened its doors to residents on Sunday, April 26, hosting its fifth annual RecruitNY event as part of a statewide initiative to bolster shrinking volunteer numbers. According to Harrison Fire Capt. Vincent Straface, there are currently 60 volunteer members in the Harrison department, however only 30 are active interior firefighters. And […]

Residents save Purchase library from eviction

By JOHN BRANDI It looks like the Purchase Free Library will celebrate 90 years inside the Purchase Community House, as area residents voted down evicting their local library from the shared space and instead opened the door to work out a new lease agreement.  More than half of all eligible residents living in the district […]