Exceptional country estate on a rare 4.1 acres on the prestigious Apawamis Club in Rye with eight bedrooms and the perfect blend of period elegance and modern luxury amenities.More...
Opportunity for possible restoration of 1937 brick 6600+ square foot Colonial set on over 11 magnificent acres at the end of private lane or possible development opportunity.More...
Deer Management Report Recommends Residential Bow-Hunting Campaign
Rye’s New Police Commissioner Speaks Frankly and Carries a Big Agenda
The Billion Oyster Project Comes to Rye
Lions Club Names Maddie Eck Rye’s Athlete of the Year
Updated June 10
6/14: Oakland Beach Avenue resident woke up to find unknown female in her house, 6 a.m.
We Can Make a Difference
I applaud The Rye Record for the “Rise in Teen Substance Abuse Has the Attention of the Community” article in the April 22 issue.
A longtime resident of Rye, Claire Hunter Mead died at home on May 31, 2016 after a long illness.
Morsels on Rye
Emily Lauren Paterno
Business & Orgs
Thinking Outside the Pot
Taking a page from “Mad Men,” The Little Garden Club of Rye journeyed through the advertising industry’s storied past for their Garden Club of America Flower Show, “It’s the Real Thing,” held May 11 and 12 at Whitby Castle.
Garnets Rugby Team Wins State Championship
Top-Seeded Division II West Rye High Rugby Club defeated Saratoga 3-0 for the State title June 5 at Utica.
When I was a boy, I used to climb a tall hemlock tree that grew in my backyard.
The Local Museum Scene An Electrifying Show at the Bruce
“Electric Paris,” the new exhibit at the Bruce Museum, gives new meaning to “City of Light.”
The Sweet Song of Spring
For photographer Jay Mahoney, who lives most of the year in Colorado, — but happily “migrates” to our neck of the woods, like so many of the birds he captures in flight, nest-building, searching for food and mates— spring is the season. “For me it is the best time of the year to photograph because of all the color. And the bullfrogs and building, and rabbits are up and out again,” says Mahoney.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 188
Our Favorite Perennials
In a town with no shortage of realtors, everyone may not know your name, unless you are a “perennial,” one of those agents who keeps coming back year after year and keeps her bloom.
At The Movies Cannes on the Sound
Our little corner of the world is about to become an internationally known movie haven.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 325
The recipients of the annual Rye Youth Council Awards possess everything the Tin Man, the Lion, and the Scarecrow went looking for at the beginning of “The Wizard of Oz” — heart, courage, and brains.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 244
A Lot to Live Up To
It’s happened. I’ve officially turned into my mother. Not in the “back in my day” sort of way, but more of an embodiment of my actual mother.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 638
Where Wisdom, Confidence, and Friendship Intersect
School of the Holy Child is holding its annual Gala and Auction in a new venue — its recently opened Field House — but as always, the event, being held April 15, will honor and recognize extraordinary individuals with strong ties to the college preparatory girls’ school.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 688
They Were Olympians!
At the annual Milton School Fair last weekend, the theme was the Olympics and to that end the competition was epic and the games amazing. The organizers scored high in every fun event.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 757