In the last of four games at the County Center today, Mount Vernon defeated New Rochelle 75-61 in the Class AA semifinal. With the victory, Mount Vernon advances to the Class AA final on Wednesday. To view an online gallery of photos from the game, click here.
The final countdown is here! Tomorrow marks the start of our week-long “Unofficial Mayor” contest. Play every day Monday through Friday and you could win a mini laptop computer, a chance to guest blog here for three months, and a profile in our Sunday Express. Play any day and you… Read More →
Nobody likes to think about Monday just when the weekend’s starting, but you should if you want to enter the Express “Unofficial Mayor” contest. Here’s the deal: You’re not an elected official, but you’re the one who knows every important place, person and issue in your community; the person newcomers… Read More →
When I was driving around today in New Rochelle I came across four cousins making one of the largest snowmen I’ve ever seen. From left, cousins Pablo Gonzalez, 23, Samuel Farias, 21, Alejandra Oliveros, 7, and Samantha Oliveros, 9, put the finishing touches on their large snowman on the corner… Read More →
Snow has canceled tonight’s opening of “Urinetown, the Musical” at Rye Country Day School. Saturday’s 7:30 p.m. show will now be opening night. All tickets for tonight will be honored at a Sunday matinee at 2. Tickets are still $15, $12 for students. 914-934-8129.
If you’re snowed in today, then you should have some time to read the rules and details of our Express “Unofficial Mayor” contest, which starts March 1. And if you’re not snowed in, read them anyway! There are great prizes to be had if you win. You have to play… Read More →
Mourners consoled each other outside the Craft Memorial Funeral Home in Port Chester as they gathered for the wake of Manhattanville College student Marissa Pagli this evening. Pagli was killed at the college on Monday. Her mother, Stacey Pagli, has been charged in the murder. The funeral for the 2009… Read More →
Two Metropolitan Transit Authority officers suffered pain in their lower legs when a speeding car struck their official car stopped at a red light Thursday morning. A Milton Road man, 37, making a left from the Boston Post Road onto Purdy Avenue just before 6 a.m., crossed the yellow lines… Read More →
Port Chester School Superintendent Donald Carlisle says he will donate an amount equal to his salary increase for 2010-11 to the Tamarack Tower Foundation, which supports the school district. Carlisle said the amount will be about $9,000, to be added to his current salary of $236,000. Port Chester has been… Read More →
Mamaroneck has cut business ties with an armored car service that it believes may have stolen $8,500 in village funds. For over 20 years, Mount Vernon Money Centers has been transporting coins from village parking meters and depositing them in the bank for the municipality. Earlier this month, the Journal News reported… Read More →