The election for Rye Town supervisor may be over, with Gary Zuckerman having easily won the position by 57 percent, but his opponent, Aldo Vitagliano, had some issues with that campaign that garnered him victory.
Mayor Dennis Pilla and Village Manager Chris Steers can't seem to get along. Their feud dates back to the first time Pilla was mayor and Steers was manager. When Pilla was elected again in March after a two-year absence from the village board, the two had a heart to heart talk where they agreed to...
Local residents gathered at the Clay Art Center in Port Chester for an evening of pottery and community-inspired recipes on Saturday, Nov. 7. The dishes served up, however, were not your grandmother's famous lasagna or your neighbor's award-winning dessert. Instead, the unique recipes were created...
For our Village Views Christmastime magazine coming out the first week in December, we are looking for photos of local pets dressed up for the holidays and of last year's holiday concerts at any of the Port Chester or Blind Brook schools or any of the churches in Port Chester or Rye Brook. Please email them to email@example.com, send them to Westmore News, 38 Broad St., Port Chester, NY 10573 or drop them off at the same location by Nov. 27 with appropriate information identifying them and a contact name and number.
Lt. Charles Nielsen passes food items to Police Officer Arthur Dusenbury to load into the Port Chester police truck stationed in front of Costco for delivery to Caritas of Port Chester at Don Bosco Center and the Carver Center to stock their food pantries. The food was donated by shoppers who were given a suggested list of food items as well as diapers needed on their way into the warehouse store on Saturday, Nov. 14 Jananne Abel|Westmore News
Congratulations to ourPC Varsity Cheerleadersfor scoring 2ndin their division on Saturday, Nov. 14 at UCA Regionals in Toms River, N.J., where they earned a bid to complete at UCA Nationals in Orlando, Fla. in February.
It was with great anticipation that the Port Chester railroad station opened as a restaurant, beer hall and garden a year and a half ago. After eight months of construction, Port Chester Hall & Beer Garden was a whole new use of a public building that dates back to 1890. Jon Bloostein, founder and CEO of Heartland Holdings, transformed a busy Metro-North station as well as an historic building that was in dire need of rehabilitation into a modern restaurant with an Old World feel.
The restaurant business isn't easy, and with so many eateries in Port Chester and Rye Brook, it's hard to compete. To keep their establishments fresh and interesting, sometimes restaurateurs need to make some changes. That's what's been happening lately in Port Chester.
We have been waiting with baited breath for Saltaire Oyster Bar and Fish House to open in Port Chester. It was only fitting that, after a four-year absence following the closure of F.I.S.H., a restaurant deriving its food from the sea should take up residence in a village with a ship on its seal and "port" in its name.
In the Northeast, outdoor eating is generally associated with summer, and this year we’ve been lucky to have many pleasant days, evenings and nights that have been conducive to dining outside—Sunday through Tuesday of the past week when we suffered a heatwave notwithstanding.
Newly elected Rye Town Supervisor Gary Zuckerman is starting his town-wide political life under a black cloud: condemnation from the Westchester County Fair Campaign Practices Committee for false claims and charges which poisoned the community waters and pitted neighbor against neighbor in an ugly fashion.
I have noticed signs going up that oppose the school bond saying "Save Our High School." This makes it sound like not passing the bond will have no effect on the actual students in the high school, or middle and elementary schools for that matter.
I am writing in response to letters from Mr. Ceruzzi and Mr. Telep as published in the Nov. 13 issue of the Westmore News. These two gentlemen, along with Tom Corbia, make it a sport to rail nonstop against our schools, the school board, and the school bond. (1 comments)
The Port Chester High School Rams football season is barely over and the new season has already begun. Not on the field. But in the class room. And in the weight room. And in the form of running and overall conditioning exercises designed to toughen them up during the off-season for the long in-season grind to come.
RYE BROOK BOARD OF TRUSTEES. Meeting Room, Village Hall, 938 King St., Rye Brook. 7:30 p.m. Draft agenda: Referring a request for extension of a wetland permit approval for property located at 1100 King St.
TAYLOR 2 DANCE TROUPE. Westchester Community College, Academic Arts Theatre, 75 Grasslands Rd., Valhalla. 8 p.m. The company's integrity, passion, excellence and creative brilliance elevate the genre of modern dance.