The American Red Cross is holding a summer safety presentation at 4 p.m. on June 15 at the Tuckahoe Public Library at 71 Columbus Avenue. The one-hour workshop will include information about keeping preschool and grade school children safe around the water this summer. A water safety instructor from the… Read More →
Ready for a swim? Three Westchester County beaches open for the season this Saturday in New Rochelle, Rye and Croton-on-Hudson. County pools open June 22. Here’s the county’s announcement, complete with bathing schedule and information
This came in from Lake Isle: LAKE ISLE MEMBERS: The POOL Complex is CLOSED TODAY, Tuesday, August 30, 2011 due to continued power failures and and cleanup. The Golf and Tennis areas are open for play. Please contact 914-961-3453 ext 200 later today for more updates.
Brad McCandless, who recently held a sports equipment collection day to benefit programs and kids without equipment, called the event a success. He collected boxes of balls and other equipment and donors and recipients had a great time trying them out. Here are a few pictures he sent over. Lowes… Read More →
From Eastchester teen Brad McCandless, currently working on his Eagle Scout project: “I had always known that I wanted to do something that would both promote health and wellness but also help those who are less fortunate than I am. I (held) a new and gently used sports equipment drive… Read More →
Army 1st Lt. Robert F. Bisconti, a 2005 Bronxville High School graduate and whose parents, Robert and Terese Bisconti, still live in Bronxville, was among the soldiers competing in the Army’s Best Sapper competition, a gruelling three-day event designed to test their combat engineering chops. Army 1st Lt. Robert F…. Read More →
The Section 1 diving championships took place at Pace University in Pleasantville.Bronxville’s J.P. Flangos competes in the Section 1 diving championships at Pace University in Pleasantville Feb. 11, 2011. ( Frank Becerra Jr / The Journal News ) To see more photos from the Section 1 diving championships click here.
Got an email from a reader concerned about silt build-up along the Bronx River at the area called “the lake” in Bronxville back behind Kensington Road. I had a chance to walk the path along the river at that point today and did see the silt along the side of… Read More →