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  • Blind Brook loses the letters for sake of transparency, anxiety

    Let’s say Student One earned two grades in a course, a 91 percent, which would be an A-, and a 93 percent, or an A. In the same course, Student Two also received an A- and an A, but their numerical scores were 91 and 95. 

  • Troop 400 Eagle Scout projects benefit, beautify community

    Eagle projects are traditionally intended to teach young men about leadership and the value of community service; a rite of passage toward which several Troop 400 Boy Scouts dedicated their summer. 

  • Volunteers tear down the vines

    On two back-to-back Sundays, dozens of volunteers armed themselves with boots, gardening gloves and shears and stormed Crawford Park to fight the good fight against a fierce invasion: porcelain berries.

    
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  • Soccer Rams & Lady Rams run into rough as early season losses get out of hand

    With apologies to Simon and Garfunkel and "The Graduate," where have you gone Steven Hernandez, the Rams’ soccer nation turns its lonely eyes to you, boo, hoo, hoo.

  • Vastly-improved Lady Ram volleyballers looking good in taking 2 of past 3 games

    What goes up must come down in physics as well as sports like volleyball, and you don't have to be a brainiac like Sir Isaac Newton to understand that his principles of physics like mass, acceleration, force and momentum can add up to a winning sports formula if applied correctly, something the Lady Rams have been doing with increased frequency lately.

  • Grid Rams hold on to beat Yonkers Brave

    Tyler (TD) DeCrescenzo, Jaylen Cummings and Melvin Molina scored touchdowns, Fernando Cardenas kicked two extra points and Port Chester's outmanned line held on to beat the bigger Yonkers Brave 20-14 at home last Saturday (9/15) in a game that ended with the Brave driving towards a potential winning score.

  • B.B. boys’ soccer undefeated after 5 season-opening games

    The Blind Brook boys’ varsity soccer team has been cruising through the first few weeks of the regular season and remains undefeated with a record of 5-0 heading into their upcoming slate of games. The team's success has resulted from a culmination of a stout backline and a potent offense, with major contributions coming from each man on the squad.

  • B.B. football continues its winning streak
    Energized from last week’s season-opening win, the Blind Brook Trojans football team took the field Saturday, Sept. 15 ready to play. The players were strong from the start in their game against the Rye Neck Panthers. The Trojans ended the first half ahead, with a total of 21 points to the Panthers’ 7. 
  • Former BBHS tennis champ now coaching NYU tennis

    Eric Halpern is in his first year as an assistant coach of the New York University tennis teams. He will be working with both the men’s and women’s squads assisting Head Coach Horace Choy in all facets of the programs.

  • Rye Brook's Hannah Schaenman heads to Princeton after taking 2nd in World Rowing Junior Championships

    When Blind Brook's basketball-playing Hannah Schaenman decided to try her hand at rowing on a whim, little did she dream how that casual decision would change her life.

  • Trojans football celebrates first victory of the season

    Despite the rainy weather on Saturday, Sept. 8, the Trojans football team ended the day with a big home win against the Valhalla Vikings. Fans filled the stands, dressed in BB blue, to support the team and all cheered loudly with the help of the Blind Brook varsity cheerleading team. 

  • Soccer Rams up, Lady Rams down as season veers off in different directions for both teams

    In an early season game played like it was already the end-of-the-season playoffs, the Port Chester varsity Rams soccer team beat upcounty power Roy C. Ketcham 3-2 in double overtime last Saturday (9/8).

  • Miscues cost grid Rams muddy loss to the Yonkers Force in away game

    The Force was very much with the Yonkers Force football team. With the Port Chester Rams not so much. And that was the essential difference between the two teams, with miscues leading to the Force beating the Rams last Saturday (9/8) away.

    
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  • Anne Capeci to be honored as parade grand marshal

    Due to her commitment to serving the community, Anne Capeci has been chosen as grand marshal by the Columbus Day Celebration Committee for the 2018 Port Chester/Rye Brook Columbus Day Parade. The procession will be Sunday, Oct. 7, at 2:00 p.m. with an Oct. 14 rain date.

  • Facts of Life
    Tuba and Mark Fehr of Bethesda, Md. announce the birth of their son Riley Demir Fehr on Sept. 12, 2018. He weighed 8 pounds, 12 ounces and was 19¼” long. His big sister Lydia Derin Fehr is very happy she has a little brother. 

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  • PORT CHESTER BOARD OF EDUCATION. Port Chester Middle School Auditorium, Bowman Avenue, Rye Brook. 7 p.m. Regular monthly meeting. Open to the public. For information, agenda, call 934-7902 or visit portchesterschools.org.

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  • 10573 Events
    RAINBOW KITTEN SURPRISE. The Capitol Theatre. 149 Westchester Ave., Port Chester. Ages 18 & over unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Doors open and show at 8 p.m. Chilling harmonies, dynamic instrumentation, introspective lyrics and genre-defying sound. 
  • Nearby Events

     2018 WALK FOR WISHES® WALK & 5k RUN EVENT. FDR State Park, Yorktown Heights. 8:30 a.m. registration. 10 a.m. run. Rain or shine. Benefits the Make a Wish® Hudson Valley. Awards ceremony follows walk. Special guest and celebrity event chairman Mike Bennett will emcee the day’s events. Register at www.hudson.wish.org/walk.

  • Arts & Entertainment
    ALL. Clay Art Center, 40 Beech St., Port Chester. Sat., Sept. 22-Nov. 10. There will be an opening reception Sat., Sept. 22, 6-8 p.m. ALL takes a look at the human impact on the natural environment and how we are connected as humans across borders. Artists Novie Trump and Trisha Coates create ceramic installations that explore migration, evolution and the human impact on our environment. There will also be a Dinner for ALL, Fri., Sept. 21, 5-8 p.m. 
  • BETHEL CHURCH OF GOD SOUNDS OF PRAISE PENTECOSTAL FELLOWSHIP MINISTRY. 48 Purdy Ave., Port Chester. 10 a.m.: Sunday School. 11:30 a.m.: Sunday Morning Worship. Pastor: Mary Helen Taylor. 914/939-1517.

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