Month: August 2016

On Aug. 18, following a request from Mayor Ron Belmont, the town/village of Harrison approved a proposal to replace approximately 1,000 feet of a water main on Douglas Circle in the city of Rye. Photo/Franco Fino

WJWW replacing piping in Rye

In an effort to maintain infrastructure, the town/village of Harrison approved measures on Aug. 18 to jointly fund and replace water main piping in the Greenhaven section of Rye, following an urgent request by Harrison Mayor Ron Belmont. Belmont, a Republican and member of the Westchester Joint Water Works board […]

Fantasy overload
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Fantasy overload

If there’s one piece of advice for all of you fantasy football enthusiasts out there, it’s this: Nobody, and I mean nobody, cares about your fantasy football team. Over the last 10 years or so, fantasy football has become an unavoidable facet of American sports culture. With fantasy-based programing across […]

Is the walk to school really so terrifying?

Is the walk to school really so terrifying?

Can we please stop telling parents that it is normal to be terrified for even the shortest periods of time when kids are doing the most mundane activities: Walking to or from school? Because here’s what NBC’s Alyssa Newcomb reported recently in a piece called “Back-to-School Safety Tech That Helps […]

Ken Jenkins, a Westchester County lawmaker since 2007, has decided to run for county executive. Jenkins is the first county executive candidate from any political party to make his intentions known. Photo/Andrew Dapolite

Jenkins ‘committed’ to county executive run

When Ken Jenkins lost the Democratic nomination for Westchester County executive in 2013, it taught him a lot, he says. Three years later, Jenkins will try to use that experience to propel himself to the top office in the county. Jenkins, a Democrat from Yonkers who currently serves on the […]

Multi-million dollar renovations at Rye Playland have stalled amidst litigation from the city of Rye, which is seeking to assert its authority over the projects’ environmental review. File photos

County chooses Playland engineer

The selection of a consortium of engineering firms responsible for overseeing a slew of capital projects at Rye Playland marks a major step forward in actualizing renovations at the outdated amusement park. Earlier this month, following a brief request for proposals, RFP, process, Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino, a Republican, […]