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  • Hospital site up for sale

    Starwood Capital Partners is selling the 15.4-acre former United Hospital property on the Boston Post Road. Port Chester Trustee and Industrial Development Agency Chairman Frank Ferrara announced the news at the village board meeting Monday night.

    “Last week Starwood called the mayor and me and wanted to inform us they decided to go ahead and sell the parcel,” said Ferrara.
  • P.C. crime down 37 percent compared to last year

    August was a big month for the Port Chester Police Department. Chief Richard Conway reported that, as compared to August 2016, substantial crime such as burglary, larceny and assault was down 37 percent. 

  • Mount Rushmore chief carver cemented in bronze at monument
    Seventy-seven years ago, he laid down his hammer and chisel and looked upon the stone faces he brought to life; the faces of four former presidents who tirelessly watch the landscape of South Dakota. 
    
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  • Hospital site up for sale

    Starwood Capital Partners is selling the 15.4-acre former United Hospital property on the Boston Post Road. Port Chester Trustee and Industrial Development Agency Chairman Frank Ferrara announced the news at the village board meeting Monday night.

    “Last week Starwood called the mayor and me and wanted to inform us they decided to go ahead and sell the parcel,” said Ferrara.
  • Learning how to save a life
    It’s a nightmare scenario: you enter a room and a person is lying unresponsive on the floor with evidence of drugs strewn around them. Besides calling 911, what do you do? 
  • Mount Rushmore chief carver cemented in bronze at monument
    Seventy-seven years ago, he laid down his hammer and chisel and looked upon the stone faces he brought to life; the faces of four former presidents who tirelessly watch the landscape of South Dakota. 
  • Trojans crushed by Panthers

    Senior Sean Wynn runs the ball to get a first down for Blind Brook during the Trojans’ away game at Pleasantville on Saturday, Sept. 16. The Trojans lost the game 37-6.

  • Lady Rams volleyballers learn life lessons while losing their last four games in a row

    Sometimes even when you lose a high school game, you learn important lessons that help you mature in the game of life, and those lessons may yet stand the Lady Rams volleyball team in good stead after successive losses in the past week or so to Carmel, Mount Vernon, White Plains and Yonkers, games they thought they should have won but didn't. But thinking doesn't make it happen, practicing and adjusting to the reality of what is going on does.

  • Lady Rams soccer team starts to come of age

    The record may not yet show it, but the young, slowly maturing soccer Lady Rams are starting to come of age, breaking through with the regular season's first win against league rival Fox Lane team away Tuesday (9/19) after giving Horace Greeley, the seventh-ranked team in Westchester, all they could handle before losing a close game at home Monday in another league game.

  • Grid Rams beat Greeley 30-21 at Homecoming
    Armed and dangerous. Not in the heat-carrying, gangsta-rap, ghetto-style sense. But in the best sense of the words armed and dangerous.
  • Soccer Rams drop 2 of last 3 games to lose momentum in title, playoff run

    Just when it looked as though the breaks were starting to come the soccer Rams’ way as they came back from two goals down to beat Fox Lane away last Wednesday (9/13), P.C. stumbled in its latest two games, losing to Horace Greeley close at home last Friday (9/15) and getting blown out against Ossining away Tuesday (9/19).

  • Blind Brook cross country ends week with photo finish
    Going into their first race of the season last Wednesday, Sept. 13, Blind Brook varsity cross country was unsure how it would go. 
  • Blind Brook girls’ soccer playing at high level, despite record
    The Blind Brook girls’ varsity soccer team has looked strong and inspired through their first five games of the season. 
  • Blind Brook boys’ varsity soccer remains undefeated on the season
    It was a very good week for Blind Brook boys’ varsity soccer after going 3-0 in their past three matches, moving their record on the year to 6-0-1. 
  • Lady Trojans soccer off to a positive start

    After beginning the season with a thunderous 2-1 victory over Dobbs Ferry, the Blind Brook girls’ varsity soccer team looked to keep the momentum going. Following a few days of training and preparation, the girls came out ready to weather the storm that is New Rochelle.

  • Blind Brook girls’ tennis has rocky start to season
    The Blind Brook girls’ tennis team thrived in their 2016 fall season. The girls, headlined by previous senior and now college player Lauren Santarsiero, went over .500 on the season and had a singles player reach past the conference finals, along with a doubles team who competed in the playoffs.
    
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  • Happy birthday to PCHS grad Jenna Giorgi who turns 24 Sept. 23.

    Happy birthday to Bishop Nowotnik of Millsboro, Del., formerly of Port Chester, who celebrates Sept. 27. We miss you in Port Chester, Bishop.

  • Happy 65th wedding anniversary to Ang and Ann Rubino of Port Chester who celebrate Sept. 21. We love you very much. From your son and daughter-in-law, Ang and Laurie.

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  • RYE BROOK BOARD OF TRUSTEES. Meeting Room, Village Hall, 938 King St., Rye Brook. 7:30 p.m.: Public meeting. Draft agenda: 1) Considering an agreement with Weston & Sampson for construction and bid services for the Rye Brook Highway Garage. 2) Considering authorization for the issuance of $14.25 million in bonds to pay the cost of the construction of a new public works and parks facility on village-owned land at 51 W. William St. 

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  • 10573 Events
    ROCK THE CURE: A BENEFIT FOR THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY FT. LIZZIE & THE MAKERS. Garcia’s, 145 Westchester Ave., Port Chester. Ages 21 & over. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., show at 8 p.m. 
  • LIVING WELL IN LATER LIFE SUPPORT GROUP. Jewish Family Services of Greenwich, 1 Holly Hill La., Greenwich. Thursdays, 2:30-3:45 p.m. A group for individuals who would like the opportunity to talk with peers about the opportunities and challenges they face at this stage of life. 
  • Arts & Entertainment
    REINVENTED: FUTURE NOW. Clay Art Center, 40 Beech St., Port Chester. Sat., Sept. 23-Nov. 11.  There will be an opening reception Sat., Sept. 23, 5-7 p.m. Exhibit highlights the future of ceramic art and the cutting-edge technologies that are pushing ceramic artists to take risks and explore new ways of creating. 
  • COMMUNITY SYNAGOGUE OF RYE. Performing Arts Center, Purchase College, 735 Anderson Hill Rd., Purchase. Fri. at 8 p.m.: Kol Nidrei/Erev Yom Kippur. Sat. at 9 a.m.: Service for families with young children (up to age 6); 10 a.m.: Main service; babysitting and youth programs for grades K-7; 11 a.m.: 

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