$10,500,000. Magnificent secluded 3-acre estate on Apawamis CC. 5/6-br 6.1 bath Tudor with outdoor pool, tennis, & international squash court on 3 acres.

Perfection on Parsonage Point

Perfection on Parsonage Point

$6,995,000. Striking 5/6 br, 6.2 baths Shingle Style on 1 acre. Exclusive Waterfront community. Completely Renovated in 2015. Home Theatre. Gym. Wine cellar.



$8,925,000. Imposing 6 br/6.2 bth brick colonial estate. Panoramic waterfront views of the LI Sound & Milton harbor with outdoor pool on 10 acres.

Custom Colonial by JWH Designs

Custom Colonial by JWH Designs

5 Bedrooms, 6.1 baths; 5,425 sf plus full staircase to attic space, and finished basement (600 square feet) with bath and door to backyard.

Spectacular new construction home

Spectacular new construction home

Sleek lines and modern fixtures complement the 6 bedroom- 6.5 bath colonial.

Custom-Built Masterpiece

Custom-Built Masterpiece

Spectacular oasis of tranquility and privacy, with pool and enchanting waterfall, just minutes from downtown Rye restaurants, recreation, schools, clubs and Metro North.

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Updated July 15

7/1: Marine landing. Party reported her 18 year-old daughter was walking off Marshlands and was stuck on island due to tide coming in and water level rising, and her cell phone almost out of power. Officers responded in PB1. En route to location, officer spotted person signaling with a light at end of Marshlands by Rye Golf Club. Made way and confirmed it was stranded party. Able to maneuver PB1 close enough in to shore while officer assisted female onto boat. Transported to City Marina, then to her vehicle at parking lot.





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I applaud The Rye Record for the “Rise in Teen Substance Abuse Has the Attention of the Community” article in the April 22 issue. 




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Timothy Martin Wall of Rye, passed away peacefully on July 2, 2016, surrounded by the love of family and friends at Calvary Hospital in the Bronx, after a three-and-a-half year battle with cancer. 


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Christine Donahue Kibele and Jared Kibele are happy to announce the birth of their first child, Kuno Peter Kibele, on June 1, 2016 at North Shore Hospital in Auckland, New Zealand. 


Business & Orgs



In the Director’s Seat at Youth Council

After an extensive search, the Rye Youth Council welcomed Diane Rosenthal as its new executive director June 20.

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A Clean Sweep for Rye Racquet Women’s Teams

For the third year in a row all of Rye Racquet’s Metropolitan Interclub Tennis League teams won their divisions or tied for first place. 

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Great Outdoors


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Right in Our Backyards 

More About Sweet Gum Trees (and Balls)

A little over four years ago I wrote an article about sweet gum trees and the balls they produce.

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Elizabeth, Zoe in reharsalFor Lovers of Shakespeare, Pull Up a Lawn Chair

Since 2005, Rye Middle School social worker Peter Green, his wife Carin Zakes, and the LawnChair Theatre Company have brought contemporary versions of Shakespeare’s plays to parks all across Westchester County. 


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