Scarsdale is seeking residents to serve on village boards, council and committees for a new term starting April 1. The Personnel Committee of the Village Board announced that there are openings on most boards and councils and is urging residents to apply for the positions by submitting their names along… Read More →
Drivers heading north on the Bronx River Parkway between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Feb. 1 are being advised that the right lane will be closed between Harney Road and Crane Road for work on the Crane Road Bridge replacement project. There will also be periodic slowdowns in the southbound… Read More →
“Ask Amy” advice columnist Amy Dickinson will speak at 7 p.m. Jan. 31 as part of Concordia College’s Books & Coffee series. The event will take place in Concordia’s Sommer Center for Worship and the Performing Arts. No reservations are required and the program is free. Dickinson took over from… Read More →
Kids ages 5 to 10 can make a Valentine Day’s craft at 4 p.m. Feb. 5 at the Tuckahoe Public Library, 71 Columbus Ave. Registration is required. Call 914-961-2121.
The Scarsdale Adult School will hold an opening reception for its first teacher/student art show at 7 p.m. Feb. 5 at the Scarsdale Public Library. The artwork will be on display at the library for the month of February.
After undertaking a comprehensive property revaluation in 2007, followed by an update in 2011, the trustees and I adopted a good practices resolution to keep the assessment values up to date and defendable. To this end, we unanimously agreed that the property values in the village, both commercial and residential,… Read More →
The Bronxville School Foundation is soliciting applications for grants from now until March 4 to offer new programs, equipment and facilities in the arenas of science, arts, athletics, technology, and curriculum development. The foundation awards grants each year to enhance the educational experience of students from kindergarten to 12th grade…. Read More →
The Scarsdale Adult School is now registering students for its spring/summer semester. Courses will be held at more than 15 local venues and course topics include art, architecture, economics, film, history, literature, music appreciation, religion and writing. The 75th anniversary catalog was mailed this week. If you did not receive… Read More →
A teen gathering at Scarsdale Synagogue raised more than $6,000 for the Andrew McDonough B+ Foundation, which provides financial assistance and research grants for families affected by pediatric cancer. More than 150 teens from the 38 synagogues and temples in the area participated in a “bowl-a-thon” in White Plains. The… Read More →
Concordia College in Bronxville is announcing that 97 percent of its nursing students passed their national licensing exam on the first try. Concordia notes that this is the second-highest rate in the state and is above the average pass rate of 85 percent in New York and 87 percent in… Read More →