District and Milton Teacher Reach Agreement; Coppola Will Return to Classroom
Latimer Faces a New Challenger in Re-election Bid
Planning and Building a More Flood-Resilient Community
Quick Action on Part of Rye Resident Starts Beaver Swamp Brook Pollution Investigation
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Events in Rye
Updated August 18
8/12:Cataclysm. Male/female fighting near Oakwood/Forest avenues. Dispute over cat. Animal returned to rightful owner. All parties went separate ways.
READER'S FORUM: Let The City Manager Manage
Mayor Joe Sack and the Rye City Council are considering a proposed amendment to the City Charter that would require the City Manager to consult with and receive approval from the Council regarding the appointment, suspension, and removal of a Police Commissioner.
Longtime Rye resident Harvey Kelsey passed away at his home on July 30, 2014.
Morsels on Rye
ENGAGEMENTS: Smalt — Sykes
Dr. Robert Smalt of West Orange, New Jersey and The Rev. Dr. Ruth Herron Smalt of Rye and Nantucket are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Robin Ruth Smalt, to Kevin McKoy Sykes, son of Alston and Elizabeth Sykes of Raleigh, North Carolina.
Health & Fitness
Rye Health & Fitness Achieves One More Personal Goal
Personal training and fitness centers seem to abound in and around Rye, running a close second to nail salons.
Life & Style
ALONG FOR THE RYE'D: The Evolution of Summer, As Told by My Tan Lines
Like everyone else on earth, summer meant everything to me when I was a kid.
Business & Orgs
Rye Nature Center Abundant and Abuzz With Activity
The bees living in the Rye Nature Center’s (RNC) working and observational hives aren’t the only ones “bee-ing” busy this summer.
RUMINATIONS: It’s Not Movie Time for the Over-13 Crowd
You may not have read about the slump in movie ticket sales this summer, but, according to the latest statistics, it’s the worst season since 1993.
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Diving into Cheever Country:Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 90
When the Westchester home of the great American novelist John Cheever was put up for sale recently, I knew I needed to make a pilgrimage to see it.
A Bit of Rye History:
Police Blotter of Yesteryear Continued
News of fun, curious, and even outlandish local happenings seems to have been published more often in the good old days, especially in summertime when people were “letting off steam.”Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 68
SLICE OF RYE:
Angel in Our Midst
Just as Kate Moynihan was wondering what to do with the next phase of her life, she had an epiphany.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 128
It Wouldn’t Be Summer Without the Sidewalk Sale:Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 500
Skip the beach and head to the Rye Sidewalk Sale bright and early Thursday, July 24.
Missing Those Long, Hot Camp Visits:Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 360
I never went to camp, and had my parents tried to send me, I would have had Marxian – Groucho, not Karl – sentiments about going to some camp dumb enough to accept me.
New GM Sets Much Smoother Course for Rye Golf Club:
Jim Buonaiuto describes himself as someone who used to be a good golfer. Watching him interact with members at Rye Golf Club, one thing is for sure: he’s a natural general manager.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 316