The Rye Brook Recreation Department just won’t be the same without the friendly figure who has been the face of the village to many residents for the last quarter century. That was the consensus of those who spoke in person or via a “breaking news” video put together by the …
Residents fearful of expansion at Westchester County Airport (HPN) have a newly enhanced powerful player to contend with—the Federal Government. And this time it’s U.S. Customs and Border Protection—CBP—a presence at HPN’s private terminals for years which has recently enhanced its services.
When a person gets hurt, they go to a doctor. If their pet is hurt, they call a vet. But what does someone do if they find a wild animal that’s hurt? If they live in the Port Chester and Rye Brook area, they can call or text the Cottontail …
Angelo Sposta describes himself as a “firehouse kid”—one of many of his generation in the Port Chester community who spent their childhoods hanging out at one of the seven Port Chester Fire Department companies.
A test case of a new use that is not covered in Port Chester’s zoning code has given the Planning Commission pause and led the Board of Trustees to consider a 90-day moratorium to give the village a chance to review that use and make necessary changes to the code.
What’s the difference between BermudAir whisking you from Westchester County Airport (HPN) to its British Commonwealth island home base or JSX leaving HPN for another British Commonwealth island in the Bahamas?
Exhausted, with new motherhood shadows shading the puffs under her eyes, Laury De La Cruz sat in her living room on a November 2022 morning, methodically rocking a stroller back and forth in hopes that her four-month-old baby would find peace in sleep.
Communities across the United States took moments of reflection on Monday, Sept. 11, to recognize the 22nd anniversary of the terrorist attacks that took the lives of nearly 3,000 people and forever changed the nation.
Since the form-based zoning code was approved by the Port Chester Board of Trustees in May 2020, both the Planning Commission and Village Board have found faults with it—as have many residents who have spoken out at meetings or written their thoughts on social media.