Month: September 2016

Jared Baron finds some running room against Mamaroneck on Sept. 23. Baron rushed for a touchdown in New Rochelle’s 34-0 win over the Tigers.
Sports

Huguenots tame Tigers

Coming into the second half of Friday night’s showdown between New Rochelle and Mamaroneck, the Huguenots held a 13-point lead but were still looking for the spark that would help them put the pesky Tigers away. It wouldn’t take long for them to find their footing, however, as halfback Jared […]

Remembering No. 16
Opinion Sports

Remembering No. 16

As an avid baseball fan for much of my 31 years on this planet, I’ve seen my fair share of dramatic home runs. From Joe Carter’s World Series-winner in 1992 to Mike Piazza’s post-9/11 shot at Shea Stadium, there are a lot that were in the conversation for “most memorable.” […]

Mamaroneck’s Sophie Leighton and Bronxville’s Ava Austi chase down a loose ball on Sept. 26. The Tigers beat the Broncos 5-0.
Sports

Tigers top Broncos

On Sept. 26, two of the premier field hockey programs in Section I squared off at Bronxville High School, as the Class C Broncos hosted the reigning Class A state champions from Mamaroneck. In the end, it was the bigger school that came out on top, as the surging Tigers […]

Uncovering why some women cover up
Opinion

Uncovering why some women cover up

Religiously observant Muslims and Jews convened in lower Manhattan recently to discuss an item of vital interest to both: Headscarves. Also long skirts, high collars and how much arm one can expose. Whatever tension may or may not exist between the faiths on a political level vanished at a symposium […]

A lawsuit against Westchester County filed by the city of Rye was thrown out by a state judge on Monday, March 20, sinking its hopes of overseeing $60 million in capital improvements slated at Playland Park. File photo
News

Payment for Playland likely extended again

An imminent extension by the Westchester County Board of Legislators on the fate of Playland’s pool casts a shadow of uncertainty over a $1.5 million payment from new park manager Standard Amusements. According to county Legislator Catherine Parker, a Rye Democrat, while the deadline for legislators to make a decision […]