Month: April 2016

Alex Ewald makes a move on a Harrison defender on April 26. The Tigers took control of the game in the second quarter. Photo/Mike Smith

Tigers’ D tames Huskies

Although their campaign to defend their 2015 Section I title has been fraught with a few disappointing losses, the Mamaroneck Tigers played to form on Tuesday, April 26, downing host Harrison 14-7 in what may have been their most complete performance of the year. As the Tigers look ahead toward […]


Village of Mamaroneck adopts new sewer fees

Village of Mamaroneck residents will see their water bills rise after a new law amending the fee structure was passed unanimously by the village board. The law, which was passed by the village Board of Trustees on April 25 will go into effect immediately  and will total residents’ water usage […]

According to village officials, by mid-May, a pilot program will launch offering multiple new options for paying for parking on Mamaroneck Avenue. File photo

Village downtown parking pilot program ready for liftoff

The village of Mamaroneck will inch toward implementing a pilot program that aims to help both village officials and residents determine how patrons of Mamaroneck Avenue pay for their parking in the future. According to the village’s capital projects consultant Mary Shiffer, the test—which will start being rolled out in […]

The proposed budget includes $18.2M for total expenditures, $17.75M in total revenues, a budget gap of $460,601 and a tax rate increase of 3.05%. Photo courtesy. File photo

Old courtroom set to be redesigned for safety

The village of Mamaroneck court has received an $18,000 grant to improve the security and safety of the courtroom located at 169 Mount Pleasant Ave. Other than serving its purpose for judicial reasons, the courtroom is also home to municipal board and committee meetings. The grant, from the Office of […]

Cathryn Quackenbush, left, coordinator of counseling at Mamaroneck High School and Teresita Wisell, vice president and dean of Workforce Development and Community Education at Westchester Community College and executive director of the Community College Consortium for Immigrant Education, at the Local Summit’s breakfast program on April 19. Photo/Linnet Tse

Local Summit discusses role of 2-year colleges

With the rising costs of private four-year colleges—some approaching $70,000 a year—now may be the time for more families to consider community colleges. Often overlooked by high school students focused on four-year college options, two-year colleges provide a valuable resource for high school graduates and local residents seeking workforce training […]