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Pedestrian Struck in Crosswalk Causes Safety Concern

On Wednesday December 9 at 4:49 p.m., a Katonah children’s librarian was struck by a car at the intersection of Bedford Road and Parkway right outside the library. The impact that occurred in the crosswalk More 

Yorktown Dominates Fox Lane 3-0

Last night at the Brewster Ice Arena, Fox Lane was again solid in goal with Abbie Ives between the pipes, while Thomas Tenney split  More 


The SAT exams originally scheduled for Saturday, January 23 at Fox Lane High School have been cancelled. A makeup date for these SAT exams has been set for Saturday, February 20 for those students already registered for tomorrow’s cancelled exams.

Making Summer Memories at Harvey Cavalier Camp 

Situated on 125 acres of rolling hills and woods on The Harvey School campus, the Cavalier Camp provides children in grades pre-K through 9 a dynamic summer where they can do the things they want to do for personal exploration and fun. More 

Before Raucous Crowd, Foxes Dominate 61-50

Friday Night at Fox Lane High School, home court advantage was essentially a factor of which team rallied their respective sides of the gym. Thus Byram Hills appeared on the verge of succumbing to the decibel disadvantage and an eight point deficit late in the half.  More 

Israeli Survivor of Munich Olympics Shares Story at Chabad in Bedford Hills

Thursday night at Chabad of Bedford Hills, Dan Alon recounted his ordeal as an Israeli athlete under siege at the 1972 Olympic Games, and the pain he kept silent for the next 35 years. But the tragedy that took the lives of 11 of his fellow Israeli Olympic team members More 

Author Leads Workshop for Young Girls

On Saturday afternoon at the Katonah Library, Mt. Kisco Childcare sponsored a workshop with Author Valerie Tripp of the American Girl series.  More 

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2ND Annual Westchester Smart Mobile App Development Bowl

Have an idea for a mobile app? Learn from the best and compete against the area’s top young techies

Register by February 12 via
Competition set to kick off February 26 at the Westchester County Center More 

Christmas Cheer
On December 25, St. Mary’s Church in Katonah held its annual Christmas Dinner for over 300 less fortunate people from across Westchester. More

First Competitive Federal Community Development Awards to Westchester Local Governments Since 2010

The Community Development Block Grants announced today were awarded to the Town of Bedford is to receive $421,050 to renovate a deteriorated church and finance four affordable one-bedroom units as part of a new twelve-unit development in the hamlet of Bedford Hills. More 

BCSD BOE Seeks Community Input for Search of New Superintendent

The Board of Education has initiated its search for a new Superintendent of Schools and has asked the firm of Hazard, Young, Attea & Associates, to assist with the process. More 

Town Board to Hold Special Election in March 2016

At its January 5 meeting, the Bedford Town Board voted to fill a town council vacancy via a special election on March 15, 2016. Longtime town board member Francis Corcoran’s seat was vacated as he was elected to the Westchester County District 2 Legislature. The term will end in December 2017. More

Katonah Character Actor Loves What He Does
In 1973 Patrick Collins’ Bronx background led him to teaching religion at John F. Kennedy High School in Somers. The Bronx played also in his becoming a child actor in shows like The Guiding Light  More 

Katonah Village Library Hosts Orchid Show

The Mid-Hudson Orchid Society will present an array of orchid plants on Saturday February 13 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 

At 10:30 a.m., Dennis Sandberg, president of the Orchid Society, will guide a tour of the orchids, identifying and describing their attributes. More 

Republican Committee Endorses Luke Vander Linden for Town Board Seat
One of the first people Bedford Republican Town Committee interim chair Tom Kennedy met when he moved here in 2009 was Luke Vander Linden. “He knocked on my door campaigning for the Republican ticket,” said Kennedy. More

Democratic Committee Endorses MaryAnn Carr for Vacated Town Board Seat

Last November MaryAnn Carr stepped out from behind her position as Chair of the Bedford Democratic Committee and ran alongside incumbent David Gabrielson for two open seats on Bedford’s Town Board. More 

Model Train Exhibit at Bedford Hills Train Station

On Sunday morning at the Bedford Hills Train Station, The Bedford Hills Historical Museum held a model train exhibit to a moderate rush of families and train enthusiasts. Four miniature displays set against the backdrop of the museum’s train exhibit, More 

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