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  • Sesquicentennial celebration kicks off with proclamations, history and cake

    About 150 people came out to the senior/community center Monday night, May 14, the actual anniversary of the village’s date of incorporation, to celebrate Port Chester’s sesquicentennial, a word that was tripped over and a subject of conversation during speeches the entire night.

  • Russo, Wolff triumph in school board election

    As Michael O’Conner read the total vote count for the Port Chester Board of Education election and budget referendum on Tuesday, May 15, the middle school gymnasium was overcome by cheers.

  • Mystery donor saves the aides

    Going to public school for the first time can be intimidating, especially for a 5-year-old. However, the incoming 2018-19 Blind Brook kindergarteners won’t need to worry as they’ll have plenty of support. 

    
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  • Since late last year I have been trying to conduct interviews with various members of the administration of Rye Town Supervisor Gary Zuckerman, starting with his core legal team of Jeff Binder and Dan Tartaglia, regarding the massive $6.2 million tax giveback that landed like a bomb at the Village of Rye Brook and Blind Brook School District boards.

  • No matter what two men are elected to the Port Chester school board, one of their priorities should be reviewing the present chief administrator's tenure. Why?

  • A school board should not be run by a bunch of senior citizens who are living in the past. It should instead be made up of people of all ages who have high standards for education and at the same time are cognizant of the community’s ability to pay. If the Port Chester school district is going to continue to move forward and attract diverse young homeowners rather than regress and scare them away, we need Lou Russo and incumbent Chris Wolff, the two forward-thinking candidates with children in the schools who are running for the Board of Education on May 15.

  • Dick Hubert recently opined in this newspaper that the Town of Rye has exceeded its budget for legal services and disparaged the efforts of the Town-appointed attorneys.

    
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  • Facts of Life
    The City of White Plains joined ArtsWestchester recently to cut the ribbon on a new street mural in downtown White Plains.
  • Facts of Life
    White Plains Public Library has announced the grand opening of its Everyday Healthy Café, a full-blown café with extensive food and beverage selections. 

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  • PORT CHESTER BOARD OF TRUSTEES. Courtroom, 350 North Main St., Port Chester. 7 p.m.: Public meeting. Draft agenda: 1) Public hearing to consider adopting a local law to establish parking regulations at the marina parking lot. 2) Public hearing to consider amending the charter to use cumulative voting for electing trustees in future village elections.

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  • 10573 Events
    BLACKBERRY SMOKE. The Capitol Theatre, 149 Westchester Ave., Port Chester. Ages 18 & over unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Doors open at 7 p.m., show at 8 p.m. Authentic rock quintet. Also performing: Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown, a rock ‘n’ roll band. 
  • ITSY BITSY PLAYGROUP. Temple Sholom, 300 E. Putnam Ave., Greenwich. Today & May 30. 10:30 a.m. Free. For parents with infants or toddlers. Connect with other parents of young children. Facilitated discussions on topics relevant to Jewish or interfaith parents. Children enjoy gross motor play, music, storytime and more in a group setting. www.templesholom.com; 203/869-7191.
  • Arts & Entertainment
    33RD ANNUAL OUTDOOR CRAFTS FESTIVAL. Bruce Museum, 1 Museum Dr., Greenwich. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Rain or shine. More than 70 artisans gather to share their unique talents and crafts. Juried exhibitors specialize in ceramics, wearable and decorative fiber, glassware, wood kitchenware and furniture, jewelry and more—all available for purchase. 
  • BETHESDA BAPTIST CHURCH. 136 William St., Port Chester. 11 a.m.: Sunday Morning Worship Service. Pastor: Rev. Gerald Washington. 914/937-9822.

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