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  • Village board appoints financial specialist

    After 12 years as Port Chester village treasurer, Leonie Douglas has announced she will be retiring at the end of the current fiscal year. Her intended replacement, who will come onboard as financial specialist starting Feb. 4, 2019, is no stranger to Port Chester.

  • An extended Veterans Day

    In early November, Greenwich, Conn. resident Sally Rogol heard through the grapevine that Colony Grill honors local veterans by featuring submitted portraits on its “Wall of Heroes” at every restaurant location.

  • Girl Scouts go for the silver by helping homeless pets

    While most are fondly remembering the summer months for the beaches, vacations and relaxation, six teenagers in Port Chester/Rye Brook Girl Scout Troop 2899’s memories involve helping an often-forgotten community in need: the animals.

  • 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.

  • Lady Ram hoop 'ballers' take steps to get program back on right foot


    In sports parlance they call them "ballers," shorthand for solid athletes who play for the good of the team and the joy of the game.

  • Ram and Lady Ram T&F teams deal with ins & outs of practicing

    To the uninformed viewer, it is just a huge letter O circling the high school football and soccer playing fields, a 440-yard circle that is exactly a quarter mile if you are measuring it and an eternity if you are running it at anything resembling full speed.

  • Tale of 3 races featuring area runners and inspirational aces, past & present

    Three different races. Three different places. All at three different times revolving around local runners running the gamut from early to late teens to near 50 to a just turned 70 Track & Field mentor deserving of Port Chester legendary status to a deceased global immortal, an ex-FBI agent and World War II aerial gunner who became an Olympic world record holder as well as one of the greatest amateur runners of his era. So each one of their stories is different.

  • Hoops season emerges as year of the Ram

    The way the ball is swishing through the net, zipping around the court, and being grabbed off the backboards during pre-season practices at Port Chester High School these days, this could be the year of the Ram hoop-wise with many happier returns than last year.

  • Belated thanks for the sports memories with a top 10 list of great athletic events

    Thanksgiving has come and gone, leaving behind the remains of the day, turkey, stuffing and more. And in scholastic sports circles, that more leaves room for a top 10 sports listing of outstanding moments stored in the local athletic calendar memory bank dating back over the past few months, a thanks for the memories recollection in more ways than one.

  • Wrestling Rams look for a comeback under new coaches Facciola & Plato

    It is 4:30 in the afternoon, the Latin rock music is playing, and the "dancers" are swaying, only they are moving to their own kind of primitive choreography, their own wrestling version of rock 'n' roll, shoulder shrugs, grunts, twists, turns, up-and-down moves, straining to get the upper hand in a sport that values head locks, pins, the ability to get up from the mat and throw somebody down and keep them down, all the while compiling points that will hopefully add up to a win.

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

  • All Souls Parish welcomes full-time progressive pastor, Rev. Kathy Genus

    All Souls Parish/The Presbyterian Church of Port Chester is proud to announce the arrival of its permanent, full-time “called” pastor, Reverend Kathy Genus. Reverend Genus replaces Dr. Jane Ann Groom, who served as interim pastor for 22 months after the retirement of longtime Reverend John Bruce Baker. Her first service at All Souls Parish (55 Parkway Dr.) will take place on Sunday, Dec. 2 at 10 a.m.

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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: Update on Westchester County Airport. Continued public hearing on DEIS submitted by Rye King Associates for 900 King Street....

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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. The group is known for blending genres of gospel, country, swing and blues and have collaborated with legends of rock 'n' roll such as Gregg Allman. Also performing: Brother Hawk, a southern rock band. 
  • A TASTE OF ASHTANGA YOGA. Wainwright House, 260 Stuyvesant Ave., Rye. 1-3 p.m. With Stan Woodman. This workshop will give you a taste of the flowing vinyasa style of Ashtanga while taking a deeper look at the basics behind the asana system, spending time exploring the 3 main concepts—posture, breath and gazing point—of this methodology and how these techniques help us to quiet the mind. 
  • Arts & Entertainment
    “THE NUTCRACKER.” The Picture House, 175 Wolfs La., Pelham. 3 p.m. All ages. NYC Ballet’s classic production brings George Balanchine’s choreography to the big screen. 
  • 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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