Month: March 2016

Julia Kwait fires a shot on goal against Suffern on March 21. Kwait had a goal in the Tigers’ 16-3 loss. Photo/Mike Smith
Sports

Mamaroneck falls in opener

Although the Mamaroneck girls lacrosse team didn’t get off to the most auspicious start this spring, the season ahead looks promising for a young and talented squad. On March 21, the Tigers dropped their season opener to Suffern 16-3, but seem poised to bounce back when league play heats up. […]

FarmEats is a Westchester-based company that is produces grass-fed, free range beef that comes exclusively from upstate New York. The company’s founder, Drew George, pictured, gave a recent presentation on the benefits of grass-fed beef at the Larchmont Public Library. Photo courtesy Larchmont Public Library
News

Larchmont native brings grass-fed beef to meat lovers

A local entrepreneur invited guests to the Larchmont Public Library on Thursday, March 10 for a free seminar on the benefits of grass-fed beef, followed by a chili tasting made with beef from his company, FarmEats. FarmEats is a Westchester-based, grass-fed organic beef company founded approximately two years ago by […]

Andrew Kranichfeld reads his book, “Karen’s  Garden,” to students at
the Rye Country Day School. Kranichfeld is blind. Photo courtesy Andrew Kranichfeld
Features

Blind author guides kids in caring for the environment

When Andrew Kranichfeld started holding programs for schoolchildren based on his first book, “Karen’s Garden,” he would first show them fresh produce. Then he’d pull out a bag of Doritos and tell them to look at the nutrition facts. “On the back, it would have many ingredients. You don’t even […]

‘Village of Mamaroneck sheds EPA administrative order’
Opinion

‘Village of Mamaroneck sheds EPA administrative order’

To the Editor, Thank you for your ongoing coverage of local water pollution issues, including your recent article, “Village of Mamaroneck Sheds EPA Administrative Order,” published on Feb. 19. Right after we provided a quote for that story, continuing our call for the village to address the ongoing sewage contamination […]

March sadness
Opinion Sports

March sadness

After the first weekend of the NCAA basketball tournament, I have to say, I don’t hate my bracket. Sure, it’s pretty much busted to pieces, but despite all the schools I’ve already had to cross out, there is some method to my March madness. Let’s get it out in the […]