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  • Tricky attempt

    Port Chester police were called to the Kohl’s Department Store on Boston Post Road at 7 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 1, after a 23-year-old allegedly tried to pull a fast one on one of the cashiers. 

  • Not slick with the lipstick

    Clothing, perfume and lipstick were all allegedly in a homeless man’s possession when he tried to leave the Kohl’s Department Store at 431 Boston Post Rd. on Friday, Aug. 3. 

  • After mid-divorce tensions got high, Rye Brook police were called to a home at 12:36 a.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 1, when an argument allegedly became violent. 

  • The smell of marijuana in the air drew a patrolling Port Chester police officer to 80 Poningo St. on Wednesday, Aug. 1., where they allegedly saw a resident of the multi-family home smoking a blunt on the front porch. 

  • With pre-season practice starting Monday, P.C. coaches eye missing pieces of puzzle

    It is that time of year again, almost.

    It is still the melting summertime filled with the sweltering dog days of August, but it also the cat's meow when it comes down to the pleasurable anticipation of what is to come for Port Chester's returning high school varsity athletes.

  • Top-tier pro-am tennis comes to Arrowwood

    It may not rank anywhere near Wimbledon, Forest Hills or the French Open, and it doesn't boast world class talent like Rafa Nadal or Roger Federer, but it certainly is a lot closer in Rye Brook, admission is free and it will include a chance to see 24 top tier players—amateurs and former pros—swinging away throughout two upcoming days at Arrowwood with $3,000 in prize money on the line.

  • 12U Pirates get swept in Aberdeen, Md. during lost weekend in Ripken Tourney

    It didn't end the way they wanted it to in Aberdeen, Md., but at least the young Port Chester Youth Baseball League 12U (age 12 and under) Pirates one upped the New York Yankees who got swept in four games against the Boston Red Sox in Fenway Park last weekend.

  • Manny Martinez lands Rams hoops coaching job after being forced out as B.B. Lady Trojans mentor

    Manny's back. Manny Martinez, that is. And he is right back where he belongs. Coaching Rams basketball as well as teaching science. Port Chester now has him both in and out of the classroom after Blind Brook inexplicably let him go despite his outstanding record as one of the best girls’ basketball coaches in Westchester.

  • Unlucky number 13 hits 10U Pirates resulting in opening tournament loss

    The Port Chester Youth Baseball League 10U Pirates have their own Murderers’ Row in Billy Villanova, Dylan Cally, Paul Heintz and Johnny Borzoni. They have ace pitchers in Cally and Nikash Bhandari, solid hitters in Dom Luzzi and Julian Arnaud, good speed in Eddie Mateus and Cole Wolff and headsy clutch players in Izeyah Fentress, Bryan Sachs and Tommy Hinz.

  • PCYBL 8U Pirates lose by score of 6-5 in one-and-done GHVBL tourney opener

    They were the Port Chester Youth Baseball League version of the little engine that could. The 8U (ages 8 and under) Pirates kept showing they could win against their peers until they ran out of steam and couldn't in the one-and-done first round of the Greater Hudson Valley Baseball League (GHVBL) playoffs last Thursday (7/26) at Lyon Park. But even in losing, they went down swinging.

  • Baseball history from Cooperstown to PCYBL with link from Hall of Famers to local heroes

    Baseball history unfolds on local and national fronts this weekend—and those fronts are linked by a love of the beautiful game as well as its heroes, whether they be Major League superstars or Port Chester youth baseball miracle workers.

  • 8, 10 & 12U PCYBL age group teams send local favorites into one-and-done tourney

    When it comes to rooting for Port Chester area U teams, it is hard to remain impartial because certain age group players stand out on the P.C. Pirates squads competing in the 8U, 10U and 12U (ages 8 and under, 10 and under and 12 and under) divisions.

  • Jordan Lewis goes from P.C. Ram to GOAT as he preps for college football/T&F career

    With his first collegiate football practice less than a month away, Port Chester Rams high school football and track star Jordan Lewis has been working out on his own to get ready for his Springfield College athletic debut Aug. 7 with the persistence that has made him a "goat," one of the greatest local athletes of all time.

  • Rules snafu costs 8U PCBYL Pirates Cal Ripken Tournament playoff spot

    It is not a day they are likely to forget. And not just because Friday the 13th is traditionally a superstitious day associated with bad luck, black cats, witches and ladders not meant to be walked under.

    
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  • PORT CHESTER BOARD OF TRUSTEES. Conference Room, 222 Grace Church St., Port Chester. 6 p.m. Agenda: 1) Adopt a local law amending the charter of the village, Title II, providing cumulative voting for electing trustees to the Board of Trustees in future village elections. Special meeting. Open to the public. 939-5202 or visit portchesterny.com. 

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  • 10573 Events
    PORT CHESTER FARMERS’ MARKET. Highland Street parking lot, off North Main Street, Port Chester. Sundays thru Nov. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Operated by Common Ground markets, LLC, a private management company owned by Port Chester resident Lance Larsen, the market features sustainably grown fresh fruits and vegetables, meats, plants, pickles and olives, breads and bakery items, baked goods, ravioli and other foods. 
  • ART ADVENTURES. Bruce Museum, 1 Museum Dr., Greenwich. 1-3 p.m. A drop-in program designed for children ages 4 & up and their families. Participants will have the opportunity to craft fun and creative works of art inspired by the museum’s collections and exhibitions. 
  • Arts & Entertainment
    KANSAS. Tarrytown Music Hall, 13 Main St., Tarrytown. 8 p.m. They will be performing a set of KANSAS Radio Classics.  Fans will hear songs they have heard on the radio, Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert, and Classic MTV since 1974.  With more Top 100 hits in the set than ever before, KANSAS fans will also hear some classic B-Sides, fan favorites, and material off the band’s latest studio album, The Prelude Implicit. 
  • WESTCHESTER PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLY CHURCH. 10 Touraine Ave., Port Chester. 10 a.m.-1 p.m.: Christian Worship Service in English, Malayalam and Tamil Languages. 10-11 a.m.: Sunday School classes for children ages 6-18 (English only). All are welcome! For prayer needs and more information, call Rev. Thomas Kuttipurathu or Rev. Shaji Varughese at 914/690-0396 or 914-939-5806.

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