However, it’s been a long-term commitment for the Park Commission. In fact, less than 10 years ago, the building nestled between the parking lot and pond was in a condition that could have shut the park down.
Rye Brook police officers were called to a home on Roanoke Avenue after it was reported that a protection order was being violated on Sunday, Nov. 26. Upon arrival at 9:31 p.m., they found the 44-year-old man who was allegedly breaching the order.
While patrolling Willett Avenue, a Port Chester police officer allegedly witnessed a red Toyota Prius narrowly avoid hitting a pedestrian while making a left turn onto North Main Street on Thursday, Nov. 23.
A Port Chester police officer was called to Kings Park Drive in search of the driver of a black Toyota Tacoma who allegedly left the scene of an accident after failing to yield at a stop sign on Thursday, Nov. 23 at 12:05 a.m.
The Port Chester Fire Department was called for help in the aftermath of a car accident on Hillcrest Avenue on Wednesday, Nov. 22. The incident occurred shortly after 12:15 p.m., during the early dismissal of nearby Port Chester High School.