Developers Weigh in on Rock Chipping; Residents Say They’ve Reached Their Limit on Noise, Dust, and More
Mrs. Mehler Headed Back to The Classroom in September
Robust Public Discussion Of Rock Chipping
Rye’s New City Manager Hits the Ground Running
Updated July 17
7/7: Bad Benjie. Fake $100 note reported, BPR business.
It's All in the Balance
In the page one article about rock chipping in the June 26 issue, a partial reference was made to a comment I made at the last City Council meeting. I’d like to expand on what I said.
John Guy Carolin, a World War II veteran and longtime Rye resident who was active in government activities and civic organizations, died June 30, 2015.
Morsels on Rye
BIRTHS: Katie and Rob Rafter of Wayne, Pa., announce the birth of their second child, Claire Smithwick Rafter, on June 16, 2015.
On the Way Café Has its Day
Locals know how lucky we are to have On the Way Café in town, and now so does anyone who reads the Sunday New York Times.
Around the Garden: July Separates the Gardeners from the Goof-offs
Mother Nature has been good to our gardens this year. She has provided respectable rain, which all plants thrive on.
Life & Style
ALONG FOR THE RYE’D: Life Without Rosa Isn’t Sunny Side Up
Food prep gets a little more intense around my house in the summertime. During the school year I rely heavily on a woman named Rosa at the Rye High cafeteria.
Living Art to the Fullest
Jeannette Doné-Lagemann has lived on three continents, speaks five languages, and has flourished in several successful careers.
Rye Neck’s Top 100:Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 108
Class of 2015- Rye Neck HIgh School
A Pioneering Spirit:Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 68
Among the treasures at The Osborn is longtime resident Louise Levy. Being a very youthful 103 isn’t her only claim to fame.
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Starry Night for Historical Society:Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 256
Under a picture-perfect sky the evening of June 6, hundreds of guests came out to support the Rye Historical Society at their annual benefit.
Never One to Be Called a Slacker:Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 191
Next Tuesday is Laura Slack’s last School Board meeting. After nine years on the Board, the last four as president, she’s stepping down.
Gentlemen, Start Your Webers:Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 388
High on my list of desert island books is Francis Mallman’s “Seven Fires: Grilling the Argentine Way”.
Last but Not Least:Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 482
How could it be that our youngest child just graduated from college?