City Manager Proposes 1.32% Tax Rate Increase for 2016
Rye Sued for Violating Federal Clean Water Act
Rye City School District Ranked 9th in Westchester on Common Core Tests
Ordinary Men and Women in Extraordinary Times
Updated November 19
11/9: Foam-idable heist. Complainant reported that approximately $1,000 worth of foam insulation was stolen from a Grace Church Street job site.
In Support of Rye’s Longtime Merchants
Rye has an historic downtown, with an old-world New England feel (despite being in New York).
Eileen Slater Blake, a longtime resident of Milton Point in Rye, passed away on November 6, 2015, at the age of 92. Mrs. Blake was the wife of the late David P. Blake.
Morsels on Rye
BIRTHS: Jed and Samantha Dolce of Greenwich are excited to announce the arrival of their first child, a daughter, Romney Ruth Dolce.
Business & Orgs
REALTORS ROW: It Helps to Be Handy
In Kathryn Delaney’s line of work, it doesn’t hurt that she grew up on a sheep and wheat farm and, from an early age, knew the meaning of hands-on.
Chase Pratt Named Lions Club Athlete for November
“Chase is a mature and talented young man who was the heart and soul of this year’s football team.”
Life & Style
ALONG FOR THE RYE'D: Astronauts in Our Midst
It’s funny when your kids start driving and noticing how frequently the adults around them don’t obey the traffic laws.
THE LOCAL ART SCENE: Animals Rule at the Bruce
“Bjorn Okholm Skaarup: Carnival of the Animals,” the new exhibit at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, will bring joy to both serious art lovers and children and grandchildren.
BEYOND RYE: Toujours Provence and Paris
The pleasures of travel are worth the retelling, and many places are worth a revisiting. So it was that two years after taking our grown children and their spouses to Paris, we took our friends.
The Fashionable New Guy in Town:Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 51
Rye’s new men’s store, Fred’s, celebrated its opening with a sparkling night of mingling and shopping amidst the carefully curated selection of fine menswear and accessories.
GREAT BONES: Grayer Home, Rye Beach Avenue
Kelly Grayer has great style, so she knew precisely what she wanted when she downsized from a larger home to a stately yet significantly smaller 1924 home on Rye Beach Avenue.
Helping Dreams Come TrueRead more... Comments (0) | Hits: 71
Since 1928, the Don Bosco Community Center in Port Chester has served immigrant and other poor minority youth and their families. It is a welcoming place where kids can get a leg up, learn, and have fun.
Spooky Times at Osborn El
There were plenty of thrills and chills at Osborn School’s October 24 Scare Fair —Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 141
Showing Their Stripes for the JayRead more... Comments (0) | Hits: 231
Two hundred and fifty guests celebrated another banner year for the Jay Estate October 17 at American Yacht Club.
Municipal Blotter of Yesteryear:
Issues of The Rye Chronicle, dating back to 1907, have recently become available online, providing a fuller picture of happenings in the Village of Rye a century or more ago.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 158