Month: November 2016

POW! Burger, a New Rochelle burger joint, drew long lines at the Mamaroneck Food and Truck Makers Market. Photo/Andrew Dapolite
Community Features News

Market showcases Mamaroneck industrial area

In an attempt to garner community support for a proposed rezoning in the village of Mamaroneck’s industrial district, a local committee hosted a Food Truck and Makers Market. On Nov. 6, hundreds of local residents, arriving by foot, bicycle and car, flooded Fayette Avenue, where several food trucks and craft […]

Giving thanks
Opinion Sports

Giving thanks

It’s no big secret; 2016 has been a pretty dismal year. An interminable, contentious presidential election; heaps of celebrity deaths; the theatrical release of the massively overhyped “Suicide Squad”; I’d imagine that the majority of Americans are looking forward to put the last 12 months in our rearview mirrors. But […]

The Rye Town Park Commission is currently reviewing a proposal from John Ambrose, the present restaurant tenant and co-owner of Seaside Johnnies, following the withdrawal of Angelo Liberatore’s plan on Aug. 15. Photo/Andrew Dapolite

No backup plan for Seaside Johnnies’ exit

With a vacant beachfront restaurant more than likely next summer, the Rye Town Park Commission does not have an alternative to the park’s exiting tenant, Seaside Johnnies, the commission president said. According to Rye Town Supervisor Gary Zuckerman, a Democrat and president of the park commission, while commissioners have floated […]

Even with its uncertain economic impact, several elected and school administrative officials in the Hudson Valley region support Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s recently approved plan to provide free tuition at public universities and colleges. File photo

Police investigating swastikas found at SUNY Purchase

Police are investigating hateful images that were found in one of the dorm rooms at SUNY Purchase College on Nov. 20. According to Betsy Aldredge, a spokeswoman for the college, the New York state University Police, UPD, began investigating the vandalism after the college discovered three swastikas drawn on a […]

Chef’s from Hive Living Room and Bar and Crabtree’s Kittle House Restaurant & Inn host a cooking demonstration for attendees.

Tasting for a cause

Cerebral Palsy of Westchester sponsored a food and wine tasting event on Nov. 7, featuring more than 25 of the area’s finest restaurants and beverage establishments. The event took place at the Renaissance Westchester Hotel in West Harrison, where attendees purchased tickets to benefit the non-profit organization. In addition to […]