Former Rye Mayor Warren Ross Dies at 88
School Budget Season Heats Up With Proposed Budget Up 5% Over Last Year
Searching for Regional Solutions to Deer Management
TD Bank Robbed on a Sunday Afternoon
Updated March 5
3/2: White Ford Super Duty van, unlicensed driver, Peck Avenue. Vehicle towed.
The Loss of Two Great Citizens
The Rye City Democratic Committee is saddened by the loss of two outstanding Rye residents.
Dr. Dustin Arthur Smith, beloved son, brother, uncle, and friend passed away peacefully on February 14, 2015 in New Orleans.
Morsels on Rye
WEDDINGS: Vita — Santorelli
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vita announce the marriage of their daughter, Christine Vita, to Frank Santorelli, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Santorelli,
Health & Fitness
Drink Up and Eat Up for Healthier Skin
There is a certain irony that hydration advice and information is well covered in the summer, when we hardly need to be reminded to have a cold drink to cool us down.
RYE COUNTRY DAY GIRLS’ BASKETBALL:
Wildcats Capture Crown, Defeating Rival Holy Child on the Way
In a hard-fought contest March 1, Rye Country Day defeated Poly Prep 50-43 in double overtime to win the NYSAIS Championship.
AT THE MOVIES: No Con Do in “Focus”
The late director Howard Hawks defined a great movie as having three great scenes and no bad scenes.
A Capitol Success for CARVER:
The Concert for Carver, held at The Capitol Theatre February 28, was just the right mix of serious fundraising and fun.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 19
Twice-Weekly March: Madness at Resurrection
If someone told you that there was a place in Rye where 75 high school-age boys played basketball in a gem of a new gym, organized into six teams, carefully balanced by age and skill levels, with official referees, that might sound like a pretty good thing.Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 17
A LITTLE LOCAL HISTORY: The Old Leather Man
One of the best-known American short stories is Washington Irving’s “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow”, which is set in the countryside around Tarrytown (Irving’s home Sunnyside is still there).Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 14
DOWNTOWN PEOPLE: Keeper of HistoryRead more... Comments (0) | Hits: 113
If there was anyone meant to spend her days in a 1730s National Historic Landmark, it’s Jennifer Plick.
Roughly 100 years ago, the little Village of Rye was experiencing many changes that were not all for the better, as shown by the following excerpts from the archives of the Port Chester Journal...Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 96
To My Grandson, on the Occasion of His First Birthday:Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 114
It may be a little early to bring up the importance of proper English and public decorum.
All for Youth:Read more... Comments (0) | Hits: 265
Nothing beats the mid-winter blues like the annual Rye Youth Council Gala