Abby Bagelman (2) of Mamaroneck and Kelsey Davey (5) of John Jay in game action at Hommocks Middle School in Larchmont. John Jay defeated Mamaroneck High School 20-14. To see more game action click on Lohud.com.
Journal News reporter Rebecca Baker reports today: WHITE PLAINS — A Valhalla thief who drove head-on into a Port Chester police car, injuring the officer inside, pleaded guilty today to burglary and assault charges. George Sayegh, 40, agreed to serve 2 1/2 years on two counts of second-degree burglary and… Read More →
Port Chester Village Manager Christopher Russo has released a tentative budget for 2010-11, available here on the Treasurer’s Office web page. The $35.3 million plan is about 3 percent bigger than last year’s, and calls for a 3.4 percent increase in the tax levy. “We continue to weather the storm… Read More →
Rye police Lt. Robert Falk told The Journal News’ Leslie Korngold the tide came in around 11:30 a.m. and there were no problems. Everything is set for “our ususal storm plans” but no problems are apopearing so far. “We don’t want to jinx ourselves,” he said at 2:15 p.m.
Join us at 1 p.m. Tuesday for an Editorial Spotlight interview with officials from Grassroots Environmental Education, a regional non-profit organization dedicated to educating the public about the links between common environmental exposures and human health. Grassroots and Pace University Academy for Applied Environmental Studies worked together to study 43… Read More →
Mamaroneck, no stranger to dealing with flooding in the past, is lining up it’s gameplan this afternoon to deal with potential heavy rainfall forecasted through Wednesday. Town administrator Stephen Altieri said Mamaroneck’s emergency management team is meeting this afternoon to assess the situation. The general Sound shore area is expected… Read More →
Sound Shore officials are keeping a wary eye out for potential flooding from today and tonight’s rain, Journal News staff writer Leslie Korngold reports. Pelham Manor: John T. Pierpont, village manager, said a high tide is forecast for tonight and that usually impacts Wolfs Lane at Carol Place, but “we… Read More →
Editor’s note: Lynda LaMonte Garmong is joining us this spring as a guest blogger after winning our “unofficial mayor” contest earlier this month. Here’s her latest post: Spring has sprung, and in between cleaning out closets and drawers, make some time to refresh yourself. My thoughtful husband sent me to… Read More →
New Rochelle Democrats torpedoed a GOP plan to create term limits for the mayor and city council members. Republicans said term limits were needed for turnover and new ideas; Democrats countered they aren’t needed and that voters should have a choice at the polls. Councilman Barry Fertel noted that council… Read More →
There’s been a growing campaign in Mamaroneck to contest the district’s decision to deny tenure to high school english teacher Jennifer Rosenzweig. So far over 450 people have joined the Facebook campaign. Now the campaign is trying to get people to the Board of Education’s next meeting on April 6… Read More →