Why let the kids have all the fun on Halloween?
Why let the kids have all the fun on Halloween?
For almost a year, a local couple has been working on an interactive map and database-driven website of photographs of the ongoing construction in downtown New Rochelle.
The Larchmont-Mamaroneck Local Summit meets October 16 with historic preservation leaders
From now through April 28, 2019, dogs may run on the section of Rye Beach at Rye Playland- kind of an off season secret for some.
Interested in joining a book group but not sure how to find one?
The game marked the 40th anniversary of a legendary game in 1978, when MHS won 28-24 against WPHS.
Do you know about the Golden Shoestring?
“These are some of the very same risks, on a smaller scale, we face with the planned residential development consisting of 105 homes to be constructed on the Hampshire Country Club property “
Beach, Larchmont – MHS student project
Mamaroneck came out from behind to beat Port Chester High School 28-21 for the Directors Trophy in a 98 year old rivalry.
Hearts and Homes for Refugees is coordinating “Refugee Sunday: Community Lunch and Day of Action,” hosted by St. John’s Lutheran Church in Mamaroneck.
Mamaroneck band Heathcote Hill released their new record, Everlasting, on Sept. 15.
Recognized as one of the Sound Shore community’s fastest growing festivals, JAY DAY, is held at the ancestral home of Revolutionary War figure, John Jay
The voluntary Food Waste Recycling program, launched on September 18, 2017, has diverted an estimated to 50 tons of food scraps from the waste cycle this past year.
Music and activities at Constitution Park, Saturday, Sept 15.
A local yoga teacher says the concept of gratitude has a strong link to good mental health and life satisfaction.
Local September 11th observances are scheduled this year on Tuesday, September 11 as follows:
“We think it’s great to have artisanal food and an activity available during the week. And our focus is Larchmont-based vendors where possible.”
The latest twist in the story of former New Rochelle High School Principal Reginald Richardson.
Now he wants his job back.
New Rochelle High School principal Reginald Richardson, who had just announced Friday that he would resign, briefly landed a new job at the New York City Department of Education.
Rye Boardwalk – by Stephanie Lombardo
“You should have things that you love in your home,” says Maria. “If you love it, it will work in your space.”
Have you heard about the new mid-week Farmers Market in Larchmont?
Larchmont’s Biz G87 Gallery is presenting “Facts and Ambiguity: Expression in Composition” through August 15.
The Greenburgh Nature Center introduced a pilot food scrap recycling program in the summer of 2015
Free concert @ St. Thomas Church Mamaroneck
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As the season winds down, Mamaroneck is competitive in the finals in several sports.
Plans to develop Hampshire County Club into a 105 unit residential community took “another step forward,” or not, depending on who you ask.
The company says it plans to move the 6200 square foot home to another spot on the property, and also build an adjacent 4-lot subdivision.
Good news, ice cream fans! Longford’s is coming back to Larchmont, possibly as early as next weekend.
The Larchmont Historical Society annual Spring House Tour is Sunday, May 6 from 1:00 – 5:00 pm with a reception following at the Larchmont Yacht Club from 4:00 – 6:00 pm.
Shelley Mayer easily trounced Republican Julie Killain in this race
Mamaroneck Shakespeare Players transform the Hommocks Middle School auditorium into the Forest of Arden during Mamaroneck High School’s 44th Annual Shakespeare Festival.
The three year fight over the stately late 19th Century home seems to be coming to head as owner Bobby Ben-Simon formally applies for a demolition permit in preparation for the construction of four multi-million dollars homes on the 1.6 acre lot.
First Blooms of Season
High Schools across the area and the nation honored victims of the Parkland, Florida shootings at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School in a 17 minute walkout.
One week later, 13,000 Westchester residents still without power are waiting for 11:00 pm Friday, when Con Ed has said final outages will be restored.
Westchester County Executive George Latimer called for the heads of Con Edison and NYSEG to resign
40% of our food in the U.S. is thrown out, along with more than a billion tons of food globally.
The Larchmont Historical Fire will host its traditional Irish Night celebration
Larchmont Natural is a new market that opened Feb. 1 at 1919 Palmer Avenue.
There’s a new, no reserve auction at Clarke Feb. 12 at 2pm. And lots of options for bidding, in person or on line, and previewing the goods.
“Enrollment Planning Community Conversation” Tuesday evening, Feb. 6. Hommocks Library, 7:00 pm