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Updated April 4

3/31: That’s some log. Road damage, Forest Avenue, potholes. Notation to be made in DPW pothole log.





City Drops Ball on County and SPI

As Mayor, the County Executive (and candidate for Governor) and I worked very closely together on three transformational initiatives that were in Rye’s best long-term interests.




OBITburnsThumbMary Burns

Mary Burns, beloved mother, grandmother, and friend passed away April 14, 2014 at the age of 88.


Morsels on Rye


morsels-thumbTea and Good Company:

A full house at the Rye library welcomed the Storytellers of Rye March 23 for another magical afternoon of Irish stories, music, tea, cake, soda bread and cookies. 


Health & Fitness


health-thumbWomen Glowing Over Sweaty Betty’s Arrival in Greenwich:
Fitness-loving women have welcomed a British import with American hospitality.  


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Life & Style


life&style-homeALONG FOR THE RYE'D   Survivor: Birthday Party


For my oldest son’s fourth birthday I took 15 kids on safari in my backyard. I transformed the space into the African savanna and led them all in pith helmets and sunglasses on the adventure of their lifetimes.

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Holy Child Honors Good Friends

For close to two decades, Sue and Domenick Ciaccia have been an integral part of the School of the Holy Child community.

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Connecticut Impressionism at the Bruce

­“Pasture to Pond: Connecticut Impressionism,” a new exhibit at Greenwich’s Bruce Museum, shows visitors the quality and beauty of this perennially popular art, and highlights Connecticut’s important role in American Impressionism.

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  • WWI-thumbA LITTLE RYE HISTORY: Rye in the Great War

    In August of this year, the world will mark the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the Great War, as many still call it.

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  • Childrensmus-thumbChildren’s Museum Ready to Grow:

    Behind the scenes, the Westchester Children’s Museum has been making steady progress creating a unique learning center.

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  • ryetour-edit-thumbThe Rye House Tour:  How It All Began

    Over its 36-year history, literally thousands of Rye High School parents, friends, and neighbors have considered the Rye House Tour a “don’t-miss” event.

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  • A8-edit-thumbPresident John Adams paid a visit to the Rye Historical Society Annual Spring Luncheon and Boutique

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  • B1-edit-thumbGive Them THE COLLEGE SPORTING LIFE

    This fall, Rye High School will be sending one of the larger contingents of athletes in recent years off to college teams.

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  • beauty-edit-thumbA TALE AS OLD AS TIME, Beautifully SUBLIME:

    Over 2,000 theatergoers packed the seats of the Rye High School Performing Arts Center last weekend for the Parsons Street Players production of “Beauty and the Beast.”

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  • Downtown-editthumbDOWNTOWN PEOPLE: The Prime of Young Dan Johnston
    It takes a while for customers to get used to a new face in an old shop. Not so with Dan Johnston.

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