The Thomas More Law Center, the organization taking on New Rochelle over the removal of a “Don’t Tread on Me” flag from the former armory calls itself “the Christian response to the ACLU.” The center, based in Ann Arbor, Mich., the center says on its website that it “defends and… Read More →
The food-oriented vision for the former Armory in New Rochelle calls for one feature that may be unfamiliar to many: An “aquaponic greenhouse.” It’s a system suited for urban agriculture that raises food fish such as tilapia, bass and trout, as well as lettuce and other leafy
So how big is a 500-seat theater? Or a 1,000-seat venue? My piece today about the two groups competing to re-invent the former Armory in New Rochelle mentions that one proposal, from a city veterans’ group and a committee that lobbied to save the building from the wrecking ball, would… Read More →
Posted on the trees around Port Chester’s Lyon Park are small brass memorials to each of the hometown residents killed in World War II, Korea and Vietnam. About 100 plaques have been installed since 1948, and 33 have gone missing, said Richard Cuddy, whose father is named among those lost… Read More →
The county urges Westchester veterans to pre-register for this event, starting Monday.