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Mary Kane appointed as Katonah Library Director 

Mary Kane has been chosen as the new Director of Katonah Village Library by the Library’s Board of Trustees. Kane will start in her new position on March 7th. 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 

Art in Our Neighborhood

New York City is known for its wealth of art museums, but you don't have to hop onto Metro North to see some great exhibits. There are great art museums right here in Westchester. More 

We All Sound Better Together

A new vocal group is forming at the Katonah Village Library called harmonize this. The goal of this group is to have fun singing, together. More

4o Years of Being Green


The Bedford Village Chowder & Marching Club will hold two spring cleanup days on Friday April 29 and Saturday April 30. 


At an arranged time, volunteers will pick-up certain unwanted goods and refuse from your home for a cash donation that goes toward Bedford's youth programs and activities. There will be a pick-up fee of at least a minimum charge of $75, but the exact fee will be determined at pick-up time. 


These treasures will recycled and sold at bargain prices at the C&M tag sale on Friday and Saturday, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m at the Bedford Highway Yard @ Crusher Road and Routes 22 & 172--by the Bedford Shell Station. 


Visit www.chowderandmarching.org for

further information.  

Source to Sound Watershed Tour Starts at Mianus River Gorge
 
The Mianus River is one of a number of the coastal rivers that empties into Long Island Sound at Cos Cob Harbor in southwest Connecticut. Its headwaters in North Castle and Bedford, NY, drain to the Bargh Reservoir, a drinking water source for the communities of Greenwich, Stamford, Port Chester, Rye and Rye Brook.

On Saturday April 23 at 9:00 a.m., the popular Source to Sound Watershed tour takes a closer look at where our household water comes from More 

New Wage Legislation Passed in New York State

Monday April 4, New York and California governors signed legislation pushing their states' minimum wage to $15 an hour. 

New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo signed legislation for a statewide plan to get to $15 an hour minimum wage as well as set up a 12-week paid family leave policy. More 

Bedford Free Library Offers Fresh Produce Pick-up

Bedford Free Library is a part of the Field Goods delivery program. The program brings produce from over 80 small farmers to subscribers. The Bedford Free Library is a drop-off point for freshly harvested fruits and vegetables. More

Swearing-in of MaryAnn Carr


MaryAnn Carr will be sworn-in as a member of the Bedford Town Board on Saturday April 16 at 10:30 a.m. in the Courtroom of the Bedford Town Hall at 321 Bedford Road, Bedford Hills. 


The short ceremony will be followed with a reception and refreshments. All are welcome.

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 

Plant a Book, Grow a Reader

The Pound Ridge Elementary School (PRES) Parent Teachers Association Library Committee has launched a fundraiser to coincide with National Library Week.

The program is aimed to raise funds to provide for the purchase of books and other materials that have traditionally been covered through school budget funding More 

Cuba Discussed

The Katonah Chapter of The Great Decision Program brings us "Opening Cuba" with George Roy on April 26 from 10:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Garden Room of the Katonah Library.


The outreach group welcomes the community to meet and discuss foreign policy issues and share in the interest of international affairs.
Roy will talk about Cuba's impact of the United States relations within the Caribbean.

BEDFORD CENTRAL BOARD OF EDUCATION SELECTS
DR. CHRISTOPHER MANNO
AS NEW SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS

2013 New Jersey Superintendent of the Year to Take the Reins July 1   

BEDFORD, NY (April 6, 2016) – The Bedford Central Board of Education announced today that Dr. Christopher Manno will begin as the District’s new Superintendent of Schools on July 1, 2016.  More

NYSDOT Delivers Its Ten Year Promise


New York State Department of Transportation has replaced the blinking traffic light with a fixed colored light at one of Bedford's busiest intersections at Routes 172 & 22. The colored light will function as of March 16.

Assemblyman Buchwald Helps Secure Significant School Aid Increase for Local School Districts, Ending Era of Gap Elimination Adjustment


A breakdown of school aid increases within Buchwald’s Assembly District are as follows:
 
· Bedford Central School District - $754,077, a 13.2 % increase in aid. More 


Harvey Offers Summer Online Courses


The Harvey School announces its 11th consecutive year of offering the eHarvey online summer session. This year’s session, beginning Monday, June 27 and ending Friday, Aug. 12, offers seven weeks of intensive study online with teacher support.Type your paragraph here. More 

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