Month: September 2017

Charlotte Wald

Obituary: Charlotte Wald

Charlotte Wald, a resident of Mamaroneck for more than 50 years, passed away peacefully on September 17, 2017 after a brief illness. She was 88 years old. Wald was a senior paralegal at the law firm Pennie & Edmonds for 28 years before retiring. She is survived by her son […]

Beth Nadler’s “Field.” Photo courtesy Beth Nadler

Library announces ‘Dreaming of Flowers’ exhibit

Beth Nadler’s latest exhibit titled “Dreaming of Flowers,” opens in the Oresman Gallery at the Larchmont Public Library on Oct. 3, and will continue to be on view through Oct. 30. Additionally, there will be a reception honoring the artist on Saturday, Oct. 7, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. […]

The food waste recycling program began on Sept. 18. Contributed photos

Commission launches food waste recycling program

The Larchmont-Mamaroneck Joint Garbage Disposal Commission has announced the launch of their Food Waste Recycling Program. They will begin accepting residents’ food waste for recycling on Monday, Sept. 18. The drop-off location and hours are the following: Maxwell Avenue Sanitation Center at 41 Maxwell Ave., Larchmont. The center is open […]

The Painters On Location even sold 51 paintings, raising more than $35,000.

Painters On Location raises money for arts center

If you took a stroll on Sept. 15 or 16, you may have spotted one of the 35 artists who set out to paint local landmarks, landscapes, and seascapes for The Rye Arts Center’s 14th Painters On Location, sponsored by Houlihan Lawrence. Some artists set their up easels downtown on […]

Seg and LeeLee, two dogs from the Harrison-based Pet Rescue, pose with the donations collected that were driven down to Texas to help in the aftermath of the hurricane.

Local shelter rescues pets affected by Hurricane Harvey

After being displaced from their shelters in Texas, more than 35 dogs have found a new home with Pet Rescue in Harrison. Pet Rescue, a nonprofit animal rescue made up of volunteers who take in cats and dogs in hopes of finding them safe homes, started working with other rescues […]