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  • Settlement reached to end PCFD disciplinary hearing

    A fourth day of testimony in the disciplinary hearing of Harry Howard Hook & Ladder Company Captain Lawrence Miano was scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 11. However, before it could take place, the parties agreed to a settlement. That stipulation was signed by Miano on Thursday, Dec. 6 and by Port Chester Fire Chief Michael DeVittorio on Monday, Dec. 10.

  • City of Rye threatens foreclosure at RTP

    Tension and litigation between the City of Rye and the Town of Rye concerning taxation of the restaurant space at Rye Town Park started seven years ago. And though the players are different because administrations have shifted, the battle continues.

  • Former fire company treasurer pleads guilty to stealing $38,000

    Robert Gerardi, the former treasurer of Putnam Engine & Hose Co. No. 2, one of seven units of the Port Chester Volunteer Fire Department (PCVFD), was arrested and pleaded guilty last week for embezzlement of more than $38,000 from the fire company.

    
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  • Settlement reached to end PCFD disciplinary hearing

    A fourth day of testimony in the disciplinary hearing of Harry Howard Hook & Ladder Company Captain Lawrence Miano was scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 11. However, before it could take place, the parties agreed to a settlement. That stipulation was signed by Miano on Thursday, Dec. 6 and by Port Chester Fire Chief Michael DeVittorio on Monday, Dec. 10.

  • City of Rye threatens foreclosure at RTP

    Tension and litigation between the City of Rye and the Town of Rye concerning taxation of the restaurant space at Rye Town Park started seven years ago. And though the players are different because administrations have shifted, the battle continues.

  • Former fire company treasurer pleads guilty to stealing $38,000

    Robert Gerardi, the former treasurer of Putnam Engine & Hose Co. No. 2, one of seven units of the Port Chester Volunteer Fire Department (PCVFD), was arrested and pleaded guilty last week for embezzlement of more than $38,000 from the fire company.

  • Hoop-de-doo: Lady Rams win one while the Rams keep coming closer

    With apologies to the seasonal hymn, joy to the world or at least the Port Chester Basketball Nation because the Lady Rams basketball team has won its first game of the season after going 0-20 last year. And the Rams are coming closer to nailing their elusive first win after also going 0-20 last year.

  • Rye Town/Harrison Titans skate into the season with speed
    The Rye Town/Harrison Titans varsity hockey team has had a strong start to its 2018-19 season under the leadership of second year coach Rich Myers and assistant coach Jamie Funigiello. The team is comprised of players from Blind Brook, Rye Neck, Port Chester and Harrison high schools and plays in the Section 1 Class B league. 
  • B.B. girls’ basketball 1-1 after first week of play
    To start off the 2018-19 basketball season, the Lady Trojans hosted Pleasantville High School on Thursday, Dec. 6. Beginning the season on their home court seemed like it provided an extra boost to the Trojans as they came out firing. Right off the bat freshman Gabby Tucker connected with sophomore Kaitlyn Tangney for the first points of the game, followed by a quick basket of her own. 
  • Wrestling Rams impress in Eastchester Tourney
    Port Chester's varsity wrestling Rams became the first large school Westchester team in scoring in the prestigious Eastchester Tournament last Saturday (12/8). 
  • Grid Rams past and present surface during annual football awards dinner

    It was a local version of the Texas-style high school football classic "Friday Night Lights" except it took place at Westchester Burger in Rye Brook and it wasn't even a Friday night. But it certainly was a Thursday night (12/6) and that was the occasion of the Port Chester Rams annual football awards dinner.

  • B.B. hoops off to 1-2 start, but Trojans look promising

    After a second place finish in the annual Cliff Clinton Classic Tournament hosted by Rye and a tight loss to early section-contender Putnam Valley, the Blind Brook Trojans are sitting at an unrepresentative 1-2. The Trojans opened the campaign with an impressive victory over Sleepy Hollow before dropping consecutive games to strong opponents in Rye and Putnam Valley.

  • B.B. boys’ hoops set to tip-off
    Hot off one of the best seasons in recent program history that ultimately ended in a hard-fought loss to Briarcliff in the Section One Class B final at Pace University, the Blind Brook boys’ basketball team is back and ready to recreate some of the same success they enjoyed last year. 
  • Lady Rams basketball a work in progress starting with opening defeat by Eastchester

    Nobody ever said turning around a losing Lady Rams basketball program was going to be easy.

    Not after the Lady Rams went 0-20 last year, barely had enough players to field a starting varsity basketball team and didn't have enough players for a junior varsity or freshman team.

  • Splits indicate how fast runners are going on Rams, Lady Rams and collegiate level
    The word split means different things to different people. For ice cream aficionados, it could mean in a banana topping on an ice cream dish
  • PCHS hoop Rams run into 2 blowouts, 1 with a tire, the other against Scarsdale

    It wasn't the kind of blowout the Port Chester basketball Rams expected either on or off the court.

    
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  • Wishing a speedy recovery to the inimitable Bea Conetta of Port Chester who is recovering from a fall that left her with several broken bones. From your friends and admirers at the Westmore News.

  • Happy 25th birthday to Andrew Mutz of Port Chester who celebrates Dec. 13.

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  • PORT CHESTER BOARD OF TRUSTEES. Courtroom, 350 North Main St., Port Chester. 7 p.m. Draft Agenda: Port Chester Fire Department Awards Ceremony. Discussion on public notice signs. Planning updates by Planning Dept. staff. Adoption of Final Scoping Document for the DGEIS re the consideration of amending the code of the village to establish a form-based code....

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  • 10573 Events
    WEEN. 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. They move from rock to punk to psychedelia, to country to alternative and all point in between. 
  • 20TH ANNIVERSARY SLAM DUNK TOURNAMENT. Westchester County Center, 198 Central Ave., White Plains. Today-Sat., Dec. 22. Games are scheduled for 4:30, 6:15 & 8 p.m. today-Fri., Dec. 21; Dec. 22 games will be 11:15 a.m., 1, 2:45, 4:30, 6:15 & 8 p.m. Snow date: Dec. 23. Features some of the most exciting varsity hoops of the year. 
  • Arts & Entertainment
    “A CHRISTMAS CAROL.” Westchester Broadway Theatre, 1 Broadway Plaza, Elmsford. Wed., Thurs. & some Fri. matinees, lunch at 11:30 a.m.; show at 1 p.m.; Thurs.-Sat. dinner at 6:30 p.m., show at 8 p.m.; Sun. matinee lunch at 12 p.m., show at 1:30 p.m. and Sun. evening dinner at 5:30 p.m., show at 7 p.m. A new musical adaptation of Dickens’ classic features an original score as well as many traditional carols for all ages.
  • ST. PAUL’S LUTHERAN CHURCH, ELCA. 761 King St. at Comly Avenue, Rye Brook. 9:45 a.m.: Worship Service. Child care available. Sunday School meets during service. Rev. James O’Hanlon, pastor. 914/939-8170.

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