Architect Michael Molinelli will talk about historic landmarks and how to keep them, at the Thomas Paine Cottage Museum, 20 Sicard Ave., New Rochelle, at 2 p.m. Saturday. Not to put the pressure on the Briarcliff Manor-based designer, but there’s a good chance there will be a humorous note to… Read More →
From the Town of Mamaroneck Supervisor Nancy Seligson: The Town of Mamaroneck, with the Village of Mamaroneck and the Village of Larchmont, is planning to hold a September 11th ceremony on Tuesday Sept 11, 2012 at 5:00 P.M. at the Girl Scout Rock at Memorial Park on Myrtle Boulevard. Participants… Read More →
I’ve long known about Union Avenue Liquors, with its many, many varieties of tequila in New Rochelle’s West End. I’ve been there a few times over the years, and it seemed that every time I asked the owner exactly how many types of tequila she offered, the number grew larger…. Read More →
Cops in New Rochelle are investigating two burglaries, one at a business, one at a man’s home. Check out our article about that and other police activity here.
A 28-year-old New Rochelle resident has become this year’s first Westchester victim of West Nile virus, as my colleague Theresa Juva reported. You can read her article here. The Westchester County Health Department offers steps you can take to reduce mosquito breeding around your home here.
The Clay Art Center just received its largest grant, a $30,000 boost from The Common Sense Fund for a program that teaches young people “the earthy origins of clay.” Students from Port Chester High School and Greenwich Middle School will learn about ceramic traditions of Latin America, Asia, and Africa… Read More →
During September, people can donate to support the Go4theGoal Foundation, an organization pediatric cancer patients, at the Tasti D-Lite on North Avenue in New Rochelle and 20 other New York locations, the foundation announced. As part of its 25th anniversary, the company will attempt to collect $25,000 for the foundation,
London Luxury, a maker of home products based in New Rochelle, will receive $30,000 in sales tax breaks to expand and add jobs, Westchester County announced. County Executive Rob Astorino said the county Industrial Development Agency had approved
Get some exercise, learn about healthy eating in the “New Ro Walks!” event on Sept. 9. Participants will choose between the 1.5-mile and 2.5-mile walks, which start at City Hall and tour the Rochelle Heights neighborhood. Here’s the city’s release: City Hosts “New Ro Walks!” Family-Friendly Walk Event highlights… Read More →
PORT CHESTER – With the village making a nice comeback lead by its top-notch restaurants and newly constructed retail center along the Byram River, the downtown is poised for more economic stimulus as the Capitol Theatre gets ready to reopen with an impressive schedule of world-renowned acts. But how will that… Read More →