Category Archives: News

Incumbents re-elected in Bronxville

Three members of the Bronxville Board of Trustees faced no opposition and were re-elected on March 18. Mayor Mary Marvin, a Republican, was re-elected to her sixth term in office. She was elected on the Republican line—along with Trustee Robert Underhill—with 99 votes, according to unofficial results from Village Hall. Underhill, also now entering his […]

‘Good news’ for tentative school budget

By Alina Suriel The preliminary 2015-2016 budget for the Mamaroneck Union Free School District is full of new programs and initiatives for students made possible by savings in employee benefits. In the superintendent’s budget presentation on March 17, Superintendent Dr. Robert Shaps said the administration has found ways to perform necessary functions more efficiently. As […]

Roadway work underway as winter wanes

By JOHN BRANDI Plans to rehabilitate and repave nearly 100 miles of Harrison roadway is taking shape, after the Town Council put in motion a pavement management system that has identified problem areas.  The system, started in 2014, identifies streets and creates a roadway network. That roadway network is then broken down into pavement management […]

New plan submitted for 100 Main St.

By JOHN BRANDI The 100 Main St., project is having trouble getting off the ground, as the applicant once again changed specifics in his proposal that now requires three additional area variances out of five. For nearly 10 years, the changes have stalled a proposed multi-use apartment building from moving forward, shifting from three to […]

PBA asks for inquiry

By JACKSON CHEN After the City of Rye settled a $10 million dollar police brutality lawsuit, the president of the city’s police association has formally requested an investigation of a Rye Police lieutenant and his actions that may have led to the city’s decision to resolve the suit out of court, according to a letter […]

County board authorizes HUD suit

By CHRIS EBERHART Westchester County is moving ahead with its attempts to recoup millions of dollars in lost federal grant money from the fiscal years 2012, 2013 and 2014.  In a special meeting on March 16, the Westchester County Board of Legislators approved a resolution that authorized the county government to amend the existing lawsuit […]

Hommocks employee contracts Hepatitis A

  By Marissa Penn A Hommocks Middle School cafeteria worker tested positive for Hepatitis A on March 18.  Debbie Manetta, spokesperson for the Mamaroneck school district, told the Review that the Westchester County Department of Health informed her that the Hommocks School cafeteria worker had tested positive for Hepatitis A on March 18. The school […]

Larchmont Dems re-elected

The two Democrats on the Village of Larchmont Board of Trustees were re-elected March 18 in uncontested races. This election marks the ninth consecutive uncontested victory for local Democrats. Incumbents Lorraine Walsh and John Komar were re-elected as trustees after the polls closed at 9 p.m. on March 18. Alongside the trustees, Village Justice Jerry […]

Cozy Café to become restaurant

By Alina Suriel Cosy Café is still under construction months after its supposed re-opening, but the delay is due to new plans for an even bigger transformation. A full-service restaurant featuring Mediterranean style cuisine is set to open at 273 Halstead Ave., the now former site of Cozy Café, a coffee and baked goods shop. […]

Larchmont announces anniversary logo

By MARISSA PENN On March 19, the Village of Larchmont unveiled its new Larchmont 125 logo, which will be the face of its year-long anniversary celebration that kicks off in September. At Village Hall, Larchmont Mayor Anne McAndrews, a Democrat, announced resident Sue Girardi-Sweeney as the winner of the Larchmont 125 logo contest that aims […]