80 Years Ago This Month, Bill Wilson Cofounded Alcoholics Anonymous
Unveiling of National Historic Landmark Plaque at Wilsons’ NY Home is June/July Celebration Highlight & Westchester Proclaims “Stepping Stones Day” More
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Summer Fun at World Cup Camps
You may be surprised to learn that World Cup Gymnastics in Chappaqua offers children ages 5 – 13 much more than summer gymnastics programs. Beyond its well respected Gymnastic Camp, World Cup also runs a summer Sports Camp and gives More
Get Ready for Summer 2015 – Breezemont Style!
Winter winds may be biting, but the summer breezes will soon be upon us. If you’re ready to begin your summer camp search, Armonk’s own Breezemont Day Camp is a great place to start. More
Antioch Baptist Church Proposes Affordable Housing
The Antioch Baptist Church in Bedford Hills has three structures - the church, a four family house and a single family house on their Church Street at Strother Crossing properties. As such, the church is proposing to convert the two housing units into affordable housing.
“The next step is for the Antioch Baptist Church to hire an architect to work with Bibbo Associates engineering firm to determine what is possible,” said Supervisor Chris Burdick following a meeting at Bedford Town Hall on Tuesday. More
Three Bedford Democratic Candidates Run In November Elections
The Bedford Democratic Committee has endorsed three candidates to fill two Town Board seats and the Supervisor position that are up for election in November 2015.
“Chris Burdick is currently running unopposed. Town Board Member David Gabrielson and myself will be running against former Town Board Supervisor Lee Roberts and current Town Board Member Don Scott on the Republican side,” said Bedford Democratic Committee Co-Chair MaryAnn Carr.
Carr also reports currently that no other candidates have filed petitions to challenge the three on the Democratic side.
Lowered School District’s Bond Ratings have Marginal Impact
As anticipated from last year’s forecast when the Bedford Central School District’s (BCSD)ratings from Moody’s Investors Service was a MIG 1 District Note rating and an Aa1 Bond rating with a negative outlook, the new rating maintains the MIG 1 Note rating and lowers the Bond rating to Aa2, Moody’s third highest rating, with a negative outlook. More
Cavalier Camp Hosting Tours for Next Summer
The Harvey Cavalier Camp in Katonah is currently offering tours for families looking at camp options for their children next year.
The camp, celebrating its 20th year on the 125-acre campus of The Harvey School in Katonah, offers visitors an up-close look More
Cravings and Mindful Eating with Amy Diamond
Most people are familiar with at least some of the basic, universal concepts in nutrition. The concepts that fried foods and sugar are bad for you and fruits and vegetables are good should be startling to no one. More July 19, 2015
Donations of School Supplies Give Students a Better Start In School
At the beginning of each summer, the Community Center of Northern Westchester asks neighbors and friends to consider the unthinkable; back to school shopping. More
Bedford Playhouse Renovations are Slated to Begin in Early Fall
Bedford Playhouse announced this week that they have signed a contract with Stephen Tilly Architects for the renovation of the historic Bedford Playhouse theater. More
Music Conservatory Hits Home Run with its Golf & Tennis Classic
“Most Successful” Event Honored Mariano and Clara Rivera and Conservatory Veterans
Music Conservatory of Westchester, a not-for-profit community music school in White Plains, raised $150,000 with its 14th Annual Golf & Tennis Classic held Monday, June 29 at Whippoorwill Club in Armonk. More
Fox Lane Baseball Alumni Win Division III National Championship
Local baseball players helped capture the first National Title for State University of New York at Cortland. Brandon Serio, Donny Castaldo and Ralph Nuzzi are former graduates of Fox Lane High School. More
All Aboard: The Railroad's Impact on Bedford Hills
The Bedford Hills Historical Museum presents the long awaited railroad exhibit at the Bedford Hills Train Station. More
Petition to Fund I-684 Sound Barriers and Paving - Exits 4 to 6
Noise pollution negatively impacts the quality of the life of residents and the viability of businesses in the Bedford and Katonah areas surrounding I-684, says on online petition started by Mara Glassel. More
Assemblyman Buchwald Passes Bill Extending Heart Disease Coverage for Volunteer Firefighters
Assemblyman David Buchwald has long been supportive and appreciative of the courageous actions of the volunteer firefighters in the 93rd Assembly District, and recognizes their importance and service to the community. More
Harvey School hosts Fundraiser for Northern Westchester Hospital Music Therapy Program
Saturday night at the Harvey School, the Northern Westchester Hospital Foundation presented Moms and Dads who Rock to raise funds for the hospital's Music Therapy Program. More
American Legion Concert Puts Katonah in the Swing of Things
Friday Night before approximately 150 people, the Katonah American Legion held its annual summer concert and presented the doo wop, oldies music of The Cameos.
The skies opened up to a beautiful twilight blue to begin the evening, American Legion Commander Tom Cieslinski invited everyone to enjoy themselves More
Town Board Member Francis Corcoran to Run for Westchester County District 2 Legislator Seat
Going back prior to entering town government, Francis Corcoran had frequently offered his checkbook to move forward the political causes he believed in. But it was a long time mentor who inspired him to realize that giving back is more substantial when it involves taking the time to volunteer, organize or hold elected office. More
Cab Company Expands Service
Residents in the communities of Bedford, Katonah, Chappaqua, Mount Kisco, Pleasantville, North White Plains and White Plains now have a new way to get around, as Castle Cab Corp. of Armonk expands its service into these areas. More
Cafe Proposed at Bedford Hills Train Station
The Bedford Hills Train Station has been vacant since November 2013. “When the space became available I started talking to the town about what would happen next with the spot,” says Cynthia Brennan who owns Table Local Market on Babbitt Street opposite the train station. More
Distinctive Homes of Northern Westchester
Elegance in the Heart of Horse Country
What started as a meadow back in 2004 became the vision of Bedford Hills property owner Don Carniato as he worked with his wife Gail Goodman and award-winning architect John Milnes Baker to create the custom gambrel roof barn that is the hallmark of Canter Soleil Farm. More
“The Quality of the Artwork Carries the Day“ at KMA
The Katonah Museum of Art has an intimate exhibition for the summer and fall called "Inside the Outside: Five Self-Taught Artists from the William Louis-Dreyfus Foundation." Louis-Dreyfus has been collecting art for decades. His impressive collection of modern and contemporary works are housed in Mount Kisco. For the exhibition, Louis-Dreyfus and the museum were interested in doing a more in-depth look at several artists. More