The Junior League of Westchester on the Sound‘s Baby Shower is coming up.
Port Chester and Rye will receive $3,964,500 in funding for sanitary sewer overflow improvements.
The jurisdictional structure of New York State is famously complicated, but Rye takes it to the next level.
A local profile every Thursday on theLoop.
The original Life Savers candy factory is on North Main Street in Port Chester.
Local band 8Track will be rocking the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester Friday night.
Popular Port Chester hot spot bartaco reopened Thursday after a temporary County Health Dept. shutdown due to potential Hepatitis A exposure.
Teachers can get tuition and travel costs paid for by The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester.
Larchmont and New York State Police are investigating the disappearance of Joseph A. Bodai, last seen in Larchmont Feb 16.
Breuer has appeared in the cult classic Half Baked and on Saturday Night Live.
Some local peeps are taking the stage Saturday night, Oct. 1 at 8:00 at the Capitol Theatre.
Mamaroneck Softball had a busy week
Those of us at home in Southern Westchester have an updated tool for understanding how climate change will affect us.
The groups allege that the county and towns have failed to adequately limit ongoing water pollution
Things to do this Fall weekend!
The cleanest 2015 site was at Taylor Lane in the outer Mamaroneck Harbor
“My biggest concern was figuring out how to navigate the job market,”
Online tool launched this week by Save the Sound reveals which local beaches are more often contaminated
Beach closures in the summer and shellfish beds are among the more visible effects of pollution
Ballet des Amériques – the Ballet of the Americas – is “ballet for all of us.”
The monster storm predicted for Monday night and Tuesday was not the unique, possibly historic, and crippling, monster the National Weather Service seemed to predict.
The 14 shelters will provide shelter for about 80 cats.
Westchester’s forgotten railroad, the New York, Westchester and Boston’s former train stations and pieces of history dot the landscape.
A new book tells the remarkable story of a Port Chester man who was the chief carver of the Mount Rushmore National Memorial.
A lot of work needs to be completed in order to cut pollution.
The EPF’s budget can dramatically affect dozens of Westchester communities that are struggling for funds to fix broken sewer pipes and prevent beach closings
As a result, the county health department bans swimming at 10 beaches each time it rains over a half-inch within 24 hours
Port Chester- Polly Kreisman
Do you know about The Clay Art Center in Port Chester? It’s been around since 1957.
The third annual Sound Shore St. Patrick’s Day parade will be on Sunday, March 23 at 1:30pm.
Submitted to theLoopPool on Flickr by David Oppenheimer
Girl-Topia is a pop-up boutique for girls ages 13 to 18 from families in financial need.
This is hilarious. Or sad. We can’t decide.
If you think your assessment (and therefore your taxes) is too high, the deadline for filing a grievance is June 18th in most municipalities throughout Westchester
If you didn’t see the New York Times piece about the ethnic transformation of Port Chester, now’s the time:
Let’s just take care of Mothers Day (May 12) right now.
Looking for a way to become more involved in your community?
What if you could get the pick of the Farmers Market delivered straight to your kitchen?
PORT CHESTER– Bob Dylan will signal the Cap is Back. The long awaited renovation of Port Chester’s storied Capitol Theater is almost complele, and its Web site today announced that Dylan will play the first show on Sept. 4. Check bobdylan.com for tickets. (To be stuck inside of Port Chester with the Memphis Blues again?)
The Cap once hosted rock and roll icons like Jerry Garcia, Frank Zappa, Fleetwood Mac, the list goes on…gets a new lease on life in September with the reopening as a music venue for the first time in many years. photos: Jacqueline Silberbush
PORT CHESTER– Trendy Bar Taco in Port Chester was apparently being ripped off from the inside. The Westchester County DA announced today a former Assistant Manager at the eatery, Evan Loring, 28, is accused of stealing more than $50,000. The complaint says, “Beginning in October of 2011 and continuing until April of 2012, the defendant accessed the restaurant’s computerized sale system and began removing items from customer’s orders, thereby changing the cash receipt amount.” The defendant, says the DA’s office, pocketed approximately $80,000 in a five month period and falsified business records to try and hide his theft. he has a court date in October and faces up to 15 years in prison.
10:00 am-Those wacky relay races in Flint Park for all ages. 7:15 pm- Get to Manor Park and watch the arc of fireworks from neighboring areas across the sky. Music by the Dixie Dandies. Mamaroneck-
Till July 5- The Firemen’s Carnival at Harbor Island. Fireworks at 9:15 pm.
RYE–A 14 year old Rye teen has been arrested in the home invasion hoax last week in Rye, says Rye Police Commssioner William Connors. Last Wednesday a caller told Rye Brook Police that three armed men were in his home at 105 North Street in Rye and had shot his sister. He said the intruders were barricading the door of the home with couches and that he was hiding under a bed. The final message was “it is getting worse,” police say. This caused a huge police response; Rye Police, Rye Brook Police the Westchester County Department of Public Safety, Harrison Police, Port Chester Police and the MTA Police were all involved. A woman was evacuated from the house with her teenaged son and two friends.
Rep. Eliot Engel, D-Bronx, has defeated Aniello “Neil” Grimaldi in the primary for the newly redrawn 16th Congressional District. LoHud reports with 85 percent of precincts in the district reporting, Engel led by an unofficial vote of 10,338 to 1,114. The newly established district covers a large section of southern Westchester County and several sections of the northern Bronx. Engel, 65, of the Riverdale section of the Bronx, is an attorney who has represented various parts of Westchester during his 12 terms in the House of Representatives. The new District takes in an area represented by Nita Lowey for many terms.
Our friend, the Trainjotting guy, just published the book every train commuter needs: The New York Commuter’s Glossary. Did you know the distinctive rounded font found on Metro-North station signs is known as Times New Rochelle Roman, and sometimes “Larchfont”? This book is full of neologisms, mashups and made-up words that detail the Westchester commuter’s life. “Tramnesia”: when you wake up on the train and go bolting for the door, sure in your haze that the current stop the train is at is yours: “I had two Bloody Marys at lunch, then had a serious bout of tramnesia when the train stopped in Mamaroneck and I thought it was Port Chester.” you can find it here , and on Amazon.