Month: February 2017

Sudden onset unattractiveness
Opinion

Sudden onset unattractiveness

When you go to the periodontist for oral surgery and all you’re worried about is the potential pain, you may forget to ask whether you will spend the next couple of weeks looking like a chipmunk beaten up by a gang of biker squirrels. Or at least I forgot to […]

Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino highlights the county’s African-American heritage trail and
announces the 2017 Trailblazer Award winners at the Jay Heritage Center in Rye on Feb. 13.
Photo courtesy Westchester County
Community

Astorino highlights African-American heritage trail

In celebration of Black History Month, Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino was joined on Feb. 13 by Barbara Edwards, chair of the Westchester County African American Advisory Board, at the Jay Heritage Center in Rye to unveil the new Westchester County Guide to African-American History and Heritage and to announce […]

Daniel Warren Elementary School kindergartners celebrated the 100th day of school on Feb. 14. Photo courtesy Rye Neck school district
Community

Daniel Warren students celebrate 100 days

Daniel Warren Elementary School kindergartners celebrated the 100th day of school on Feb. 14 by using the number 100 in a variety of ways. Through the meaningful and enriching activities, students commemorated how much they have grown and learned since September. “Every day in our morning meeting we count the […]

Save the Sound ‘frustrated’ with lack of progress
Lead Stories

Save the Sound ‘frustrated’ with lack of progress

With a federal lawsuit alleging EPA violations between the environmental advocacy group Save the Sound and Westchester County approaching the two-year mark, officials at the nonprofit are growing increasingly impatient with alleged inaction on the part of several communities. “Save the Sound is frustrated with the lack of progress,” said […]

Michael Carducci moves the puck along the boards on Feb. 21 against Clarkstown. Carducci put the Tigers ahead for good with his goal in the second period.
Sports

Tigers roar back for win

One of the perks about being the reigning state champion is that when you find yourself down by a goal early on, you know there’s no reason to panic. On Feb. 21, Mamaroneck fell into an early hole against Clarkstown in the Division I quarterfinals, but dug itself out to […]