Via our Rye reporter Theresa Juva: A public forum will be held with the city council of the City of Rye on Thursday, July 1, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. in the council room of City Hall. There will be an update on coyote incidents and a presentation by Kevin Clarke… Read More →
Main Street: Main Street Supermarket at 402 Main St. was broken into between Saturday night and Sunday morning, the owner told police. About $200 was stolen along with two cartons of cigarettes. Police investigating the burglary found no signs of forced entry into the store.
The Port Chester building official who was suspended amid a police investigation has filed for retirement July 30. Acting Building Inspector Frank Ruccolo wrote a letter to village officials about his intent to retire after almost 10 years working for the department, Village Manager Christopher Russo said yesterday. Disciplinary charges… Read More →
Port Chester has nine summer concerts scheduled at Lyon Park and at the Byram River waterfront in July and August. Read below for the details. Speaking of local concerts — of a different sort — the new Port Chester Patch is bringing up some memories of the old days at… Read More →
MAMARONECK VILLAGE Beach Avenue: A 25-year-old Mamaroneck village man had a cut over his left eye after being punched during an argument over a traffic incident at 2:30 p.m. Saturday. The other man was gone when police arrived. Halstead Avenue: An off-duty officer saw one of three boys, two 16… Read More →
Bakers must have a certain patience, waiting for the dough to rise and all. Perhaps that quality came in handy for The Kneaded Bread, the bakery and lunch spot on North Main Street, which has been trying to get village approval for outdoor tables for five years. The tables are… Read More →
The state lottery today gave $1 million prize to Margery Falco, who works as a secretary for Village harbormaster Joe Russo. Falco bought the winning ticket at Soji Stationary at 396 Palmer Ave. Here’s a photo of her receiving the prize and click here for our story on her.
The Westchester Joint Water Works announced it is conducting hydrant tests July 7 on Rockland Avenue in Mamaroneck. Residents in that area may see discoloration in their water that day but it is safe to drink. However, the WJWW said residents should refrain from doing any laundry or filling pools… Read More →
State Senate candidate Bob Cohen is holding a press conference outside the Port Chester office of state Sen. Suzi Oppenheimer, D-Mamaroneck. Cohen is Oppenheimer’s Republican challenger and is a Scarsdale volunteer firefighter and real estate executive. According to the release put out by his campaign, Cohen today will be calling… Read More →
At least three of the vehicles involved in this accident were from the same White Plains business. New Rochelle’s Officer Vincent Marco diverts traffic off I-95 northbound, near exit 16 in New Rochelle after an accident involving five vehicles June 29, 2010. At least three of the vehicles were from… Read More →