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Police Blotter

 

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Updated May 15

5/12: Pier pressure. Unoccupied, illegally parked vehicle, Stuyvesant Avenue. Warning issued for parking one hour past sunset. Parties found on pier, ordered to leave area.

 

Letters/Comment

 

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Why Should Rye Pay More and Receive Less?

Ninety percent of all NYS schools are capable of staying under the tax cap. There are some terrific school districts with tighter budgets that deliver exceptional scores while respecting all taxpayers.

 

Obituaries

 

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James DeRose died May 2, 2015, in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. He was 84.

 

Morsels on Rye

 

MorselsbabyBIRTHS: Joanna Kelsey Hennessy and Stefan Hennessy announce the birth of a daughter, Bridget Grace Hennessy, April 11, 2015 at Greenwich Hospital.

   

Health & Fitness

 

health-home-thThe Health Column That Almost Never Was

By Lee Sandford
It seems exotic to be a roving columnist for our excellent little local paper, but indeed I am. I write from my native Scotland having had a reminder from my editor,...

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Sports

 

sports-thRHS Girls’ LAX: Garnets Win League Championship Again


The stars were aligned on Senior Night, May 8, as Charlotte Tucci led the Garnets to their second consecutive league championship, scoring three of Rye’s goals in their 8-6 win over Byram Hills.

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Life & Style

 

L&STHUMBDINING IN: Add a Dash of Exotic to Everyday

 
This menu, which comes from an old issue of Bon Appétit, is one of my all-time favorites because the flavors are amazing and it couldn’t be easier.

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A&E

 

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A Special Kind of Strength on Display at the Rye Y

An exhibit of photographs by Alex Davitt just opened at the Rye YMCA. Her ten large-format, color portraits of cancer survivors are front and center as you ascend the light-filled stairwell leading to the second floor.

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Editor's Choice

  • wrap-thumbRemembering and Rejoicing:
    Rye Historical Society Director Sheri Jordan rang the old bell in the Square House — Rye’s first City Hall — to call the May 6 City Council meeting to order.

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  • RRedit-thRYE RESCUES:

    A special thanks to Christine Siller, executive director of the Rye Nature Center, for sharing her family’s rescue story.

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  • A3-Rob-Castagna-thPARTING SHOTS:
    Garnets’ Athletic Director Rob Castagna Moving on to New Turf

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  • derbythSPRINTING INTO SPRING:
    The Rye YMCA hosted its annual Derby and Healthy Kids Day on one of the best spring days yet this year.

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  • RAC-thA LITTLE MID-CENTURY MADNESS:
    Art was the heart of the matter at the Rye Arts Center’s spring gala April 18.

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  • Momedit-thWhat do you do when, after more than a decade as a stay-at-home mom, you decide it’s time to go back to work?

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  • DACHAU-EDIT-THReporting from Dachau, April 1945:

    Seventy years ago, on April 30, 1945, my father-in-law, Sidney Olson, was the first American newsperson to enter Dachau, reporting for Time magazine.

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