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By Christian Falcone Julie Killian, a city of Rye councilwoman, will try to do what no other Republican has been able to: beat George Latimer. Killian announced that she plans to seek the New York state Senate seat for the 37th District currently occupied by Latimer, a Democrat, at a Rye City...

Hillary Clinton made a stop on her campaign trail at Purchase College on March 31. Clinton, a resident of nearby Chappaqua, highlighted her ties to both the state of New York and Westchester County during her speech. Photo/Andrew Dapolite
Hillary Clinton, former secretary of state and Democratic candidate for president, made a campaign stop at SUNY Purchase on Thursday, March 31,...
April 25, 2016, 7:20 PM
After back-to-back ousters in the Class A semifinals the last two years, Rye’s third consecutive trip to the Westchester County Center proved a charm...
April 25, 2016, 7:15 PM

Rye High School
Despite the essentially flat tax cap for the 2016-2017 budget year, the Rye City School District superintendent presented a proposed budget on Feb. 9...
April 25, 2016, 7:13 PM
By Christian Falcone Julie Killian, a city of Rye councilwoman, will try to do what no other Republican has been able to: beat George Latimer. Killian announced that she plans to seek the New York state Senate seat for the 37th District currently occupied by Latimer, a Democrat, at a Rye City...
April 25, 2016

News


  • On Tuesday, April 5, in Rye City Court, Rye Golf Club groundskeeper Charles “Chip” Lafferty, far left, pleaded guilty to the misuse of a pesticide, amid evidence that a contaminated pesticide was inadvertently over-applied. Lafferty is pictured leaving court back in January. File photo
    April 7, 2016
    Rye Golf Club groundskeeper, Charles “Chip” Lafferty, pleaded guilty to a violation regarding the misuse of a restricted pesticide on Tuesday, April 5 in Rye City Court after an anonymous...

  • File photo - A request by the town of Rye seeking new management and the possible redevelopment of Rye Town Park has attracted a field of six candidates, including some familiar faces in Rye.
    March 30, 2016
    Rye Town Park and the Oakland Beach area could soon see an extensive overhaul.The Rye Town Park Commission, which sets policy at the park, will mull over proposals from six applicants intent on...
  • March 30, 2016
    Rye is preparing to update its master plan for the first time in more than 30 years, and has created a committee to discuss the issues currently facing the city. Although a revised plan has been...

Community


  • Hillary Clinton made a stop on her campaign trail at Purchase College on March 31. Clinton, a resident of nearby Chappaqua, highlighted her ties to both the state of New York and Westchester County during her speech. Photo/Andrew Dapolite
    April 6, 2016
    Hillary Clinton, former secretary of state and Democratic candidate for president, made a campaign stop at SUNY Purchase on Thursday, March 31, approximately two and a half weeks before the state...

Education


  • Rye High School
    April 25, 2016
    Despite the essentially flat tax cap for the 2016-2017 budget year, the Rye City School District superintendent presented a proposed budget on Feb. 9 that is balanced thanks to the use of $2.5...

  • Rye High School
    April 1, 2016
    Despite the essentially flat tax cap for the 2016-2017 budget year, the Rye City School District superintendent presented a proposed budget on Feb. 9 that is balanced thanks to the use of $2.5...

  • What would the Three Little Pigs be without sticks, bricks and straw? In the front row, from left, brick broker Michael Kmetz, stick merchant Lindsay Cassano and straw purveyor Baker Wells get ready to entice the pigs with building materials. In the back row, from left, Atlee Teillon and Nicholas Field play piggies. Photos courtesy Sarah Derman
    March 30, 2016
    Milton School was crowded with little piggies, a few pioneers and some recent prominent people from history during the week of March 14.Approximately 60 first-graders performed the “3 Piggies...
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