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Events in Rye

Police Blotter

 

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Updated February 5

2/1: Gray car with sunroof reported honking horn, party screaming from window, last seen speeding on Grapal Street towards Grace Church Street. Canvassed area, negative results.

 

 

Letters/Comment

 

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Crosswalk Roulette: Pedestrian Safety in Rye

In every proposed action plan, there are usually winners and losers. The proposal to dig a tunnel under Long Island Sound to connect I-287 in Westchester to Long Island has two clear sets of winners...

 

 

Obituaries

 

OBIT-thDick Schneider

Richard H. Schneider, a resident of Rye for 36 years, died on January 29, 2016 after a short illness.

 

 

Morsels on Rye

 

morsels-thWEDDINGS: Rispoli — Crane
JoAnn and Robert Rispoli are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Jennifer Rispoli, to Nick Crane, son of Holly Greene and Robert Crane of Brunswick, Maine.

 

 

   

Business & Orgs

 

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Sportech Is Ready for Spring

It may be cold and snowy outside, but for retailers, spring is already here.

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Sports

 

SPORTS-THRHS BOYS’ BASKETBALL:
Garnets Come Back from the Dead to Beat Harrison, 47-46

“Harrison never takes a play off.” Relieved Rye High coach John Aguiar began his post-game summation of Monday afternoon’s stirring win by praising the Garnets’ rivals.

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Life & Style

 

L&S-THALONG FOR THE RYE'D: When It Comes to Neighbors, Be Lucky
When I was a new mom, we lived in an apartment on 57th Street across the hall from an elderly man who smelled like soup.

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A&E

 

AE TH Something Wild and Worth Conserving at the Bruce Museum

An unusual exhibit at Greenwich's Bruce Museum should appeal to animal lovers as well as art-goers.

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Editor's Choice

  • japanday-editJapanese Festival Lights Up January:

    While the weather outside was dreary and gray, the mood and colors inside Milton School were festive and brilliant at the 16th annual Japan Festival last month.

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  • PW-edithtThe Case for a Less Than Orderly Life

    These are the best of times — at least for the moment. I finally was forced to set time aside to complete the Medicare paperwork, so I can check that off my neverending to-do list;

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  • Peruedit-thBeyond Rye: The Many Peaks of a Trip to Peru

    Peru is a breathtaking country with a history as rich and diverse as its landscapes.

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  • talkingheads THOff-the-cuff: Week of January 22, 2016

    Don’t worry. This year’s first column is New-Year’s-Resolution-free.

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  • OSBORN-EDIT-THA Fine Sendoff for Mark Zwerger Who Enriched So Many Senior Lives

    The Osborn community gathered last month to celebrate the visionary leadership and accomplishments of its retiring CEO, Mark R. Zwerger.

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  • APAWOMIS-EDITThanks for the Memories, Apawamis:
    On December 12, over 650 Apawamis Club members, in black-tie and long gowns, gathered to celebrate the Club’s 125th anniversary at a historic ball.

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  • makersday-edit-thMake Our Day!
    The Rye Arts Center was a cacophony of humming, beeping, whirring, and buzzing, as well as all the sounds of children having a great time, creating and learning at the Center’s very successful Maker Day Event.

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