In an editorial, we assess the value of a recent “How Green is My Town?” survey conducted by Grassroots Environmental Education, a regional nonprofit dedicated to educating the public about connections between the environment and human health, and the Pace University Academy for Applied Environmental Studies. The survey, which studied… Read More →
Reporter Leslie Korngold sent in this report: Have you noticed the strange sign off the Hutch at North Street, “Win Min Parking”? Well, according to George Thompson of Cortlandt Manor, the sign, written to hang either end up, is referring to the filming of “Win Win,” a Fox Searchlight movie… Read More →
This just in from Eastchester schools: “Kindergarten registration for the 2010-2011 school year, for children who turn five years of age on or before December 1, 2010, started October 1st. Screening begins April 17, 2010. Please register as soon as possible. Students will not be placed in a class until… Read More →
Just received this frm the Village Lutheran Church and Chapel School in Bronxville: “Bronxville, NY: Rev. Deric Taylor, the Associate Pastor of Village Lutheran Church in Bronxville, has accepted the Divine Call to serve as Pastor of Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Fairlawn, New Jersey. “The Village Lutheran Church is… Read More →
Samantha Sheeber Kellner is the mother of 6-year-old Raphael. When Raphael was six months old, he had a liver transplant. Shortly afterward, the family founded the Scarsdale-based Kellner Family Pediatric Liver Disease Foundation, which hopes to reduce the incidence of pediatric liver disease through research, awareness and education.
Flooding continues to be a problem throughout the Eastchester, Tuckahoe and Bronxville area, with the Bronx River Parkway again closed according to Yonkers police. Earlier today, a man in his 70s had to be rescued from his truck on the Bronx River Parkway after he headed south onto the closed… Read More →
Staff writer Will David reports these roads in Bronxville are closed because of flooding: Paxton Avenue from Palmer to Dewitt avenues, and Milburn Street.
Join us at 1 p.m. Tuesday for an Editorial Spotlight interview with officials from Grassroots Environmental Education, a regional non-profit organization dedicated to educating the public about the links between common environmental exposures and human health. Grassroots and Pace University Academy for Applied Environmental Studies worked together to study 43… Read More →
The Chapel School in Bronxville sent us this fun picture of dinosaur sculptures its second grade students created. Here’s their explanation: The students of Mrs. Christina Danyluk, and Ms. Amanda Lavoie studied the topics of dinosaurs and recycling, within a new and exciting science curriculum. As a result, the second… Read More →
What does the Eastchester Italian American Citizens Club do for St. Patrick’s Day? Well as anyone who has lived in a community with a strong Italian and Irish presence knows, they throw a party — after all, St. Joseph’s Day is right around the corner. Tony Santoliquido of the club… Read More →