Stacey and Michael Lahey of Rye are delighted to announce the engagement of their daughter, Carter Frances, to Ensign Jacob Ryan Hilliard, son of Carol and Jim Hilliard of Peotone, Illinois.

The future bride is a graduate of Rye High School and Loyola University Maryland, where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Communications. She presently works for Greatest Blaze & Co. in Greenwich, Connecticut.

The future groom is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy. He is a commissioned Surface Warfare Officer currently serving on the <USS Halsey>, which is stationed at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.

A November 2018 wedding is planned.


The Osborn Knitters, 14-strong, gather weekly to make shawls, blankets, hats, and other handcrafted items, which are donated to local charities. While sharing their time and knitting and crocheting talents, they share ideas, cement friendships and make new ones, and catch up on all the news at Sterling Park, the Independent Living community at The Osborn.

“This work means a lot to us,” says new resident Mrs. Regina Slawek. Other residents add, “Crafting items that help others gives them a sense of purpose.

For some time, The Osborn Knitters have been making healing blankets for chemotherapy patients at Greenwich Hospital, and recently began knitting caps for them. A copy of the pattern is available to anyone who wishes to join in the endeavor.

For information, contact Susie McNamee, Social Program Coordinator for Sterling Park.

Pictured left to right: Mrs. Harther, Mrs. Levy, Mrs. Zimmerman, Mrs. Hirsch, Mrs. Koch Rush, Mrs. Slawek, Mrs. Diamond, Mrs. Giambo, Mrs. Burdick, Mrs. Petach. Not pictured: Mrs. Aronoff, Mrs. Drago (volunteer), Mrs. Granik, Mrs. Model, and Mrs. Stevens




Faith Logan, a 2012 Rye High School and 2015 Manhattanville College graduate, is slated to star in the upcoming off-Broadway revival of John Whiting’s “The Devils”

You’ll also be seeing the talented 22-year-old on the big and small screen, including the coming-of-age series, “18 to Look Younger”.

And for her next act, she will be auditioning for the Metropolitan Opera


Jenn and Jeff Kohn generously gave Girl Scout Troop 1600 a behind-the-scene tour of their fabulous Port Chester bakery, The Kneaded Bread. The girls learned the intricacies of making jelly and custard donuts and had a delicious time.

Photo courtesy of Xanthe Alban-Davies


Jillian and Robert Volpe announce the birth of a son, <<Christopher Joseph Volpe>>, December 14, 2017 at Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York City. He weighed 7 pounds, 13 ounces. Christopher joins siblings Michael, (4) and Caroline (2½). 

He is the fifth grandchild for both sets of grandparents, Audrey and Joseph Sala of Melville, N.Y., and Joanne and Richard Volpe of Blauvelt, NY. 


Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Feeney of Rye are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Jacqueline Garner Feeney, to Jared Michael Manks, the son of Susan and Michael Manks of Whitehouse Station, New Jersey.

The future bride is a graduate of Rye High School and Bucknell University. She also earned an Associate’s degree in Interior Design from Parsons, The New School for Design. She works currently for Eve Robinson Associates, an interior design firm in New York City.

The future groom is a graduate of Hunterdon Regional High School and Rutgers Business School. He works for J.P. Morgan Chase as an associate in the prime brokerage division.

A July wedding in Rye is planned.