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Bedford Oak

​Estimated to be over 500 years old, the Bedford White Oak tree stands at the corner of The Hook Road and Cantitoe Street.

Local News in Bedford and Katonah

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 

Antioch Baptist Church Gains Deeper Understanding of Dr. King through Prayer

On Monday morning January 19th, the Antioch Baptist Church held a seminar to explore Dr. Martin Luther King’s use of prayer in the struggle for Civil Rights, and ponder how it can be employed today to channel the inner strength needed to journey forward.  More

Bedford’s Traffic Safety Group Makes Recommendations

In continuing with the ongoing discussions to slow traffic on Katonah’s Cherry Street, the Traffic Safety Working Group (TSWG) offered its recommendations in the wake of the November 2014 engineering report made by Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc. (VHB) More 

School Board Discusses Space and Enrollment

The Bedford Central School Board met and discussed how to move forward on the creation of a committee to consider space and enrollment issues in the district. “We want to look at the district’s space, building demographics, demographic trends and look into the future to figure out what is the best way to organize,” said School Superintendent Dr. Jere Hochman. More 

Make the Summer Yours at Harvey Cavalier Camp
This summer marks the 20-year anniversary of Katonah’s Harvey Cavalier Camp. Situated on 125 acres of The Harvey School campus, the Cavalier Camp offers children in grades pre-K through ninth a dynamic summer doing the things they want to do for personal exploration and fun.  More 

Bedford 2020 Hosts Environmental Summit

On January 31st, Bedford 2020 hosted The Environmental Summit and Solar Action Day at Fox Lane High School. In featuring keynote speaker Amory Lovins, who is a the Founder of the Rocky Mountain Institute, and an expo of green products, organizations and information, 

Fox Lane Placed Third in Science Olympiad 

High school science olympiads showed determination, intuition, and savvy as they competed under pressure of the parameters during the premiere science competition on Saturday, February 1 at Byram Hills High School. More 

Bedford to Partake in Westchester County’s Efficiency Plan

On Tuesday night, the Bedford Town Board was ready to vote on whether the town would participate with Westchester County on a consolidated government efficiency plan or submit an efficiency plan of their own to New York State. More 

Bedford Hills Post Office Lease Renewed

The town board meeting began with a proposed letter of intent for the lease renewal of the building that houses the Bedford Hills Post Office at 60 Adams Street. 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 

Board Debates Stepping Stones

On Tuesday February 3, Bedford Town Board’s public hearing gave Stepping Stones Museum and their Oak Road residential neighbors a final chance to air concerns on a proposed special use permit for the historic Katonah site. Once all who chose to speak finished, Town Board members began the process of reaching an agreement.


Relay 4X400 Team gets Ready for Millrose Games

The Millrose Games are about as prestigious as it gets for Track and Field athletes. That said, qualifying for the competition definitely creates scholarship potential for the high school track star who gets to lace up for this historic New York City venue that dates back more than 100 years. But while Fox Lane Track Coach Chris Dossena agrees that his girls 4x400 relay team should take the long view of qualifying for Saturday’s running More 

Harvey Presents: Tony Award-Winning Actor and Playwright Harvey Fierstein

Four-time Tony Award-winning actor and playwright Harvey Fierstein will appear next month as part of the community program series Harvey Presents, The Harvey School announced today.  Fierstein, perhaps best known for writing the Broadway play “Torch Song Trilogy”  More 

Fox Lane No Match for Horace Greeley in 4-0 Defeat

Friday night at the Brewster Ice Rink, Fox Lane found out exactly what they were up against right off the opening face-off. Winning the drop, Horace Greeley rushed the Foxes’ zone, put a shot on net and muscled the loose puck past Abbie Ives​ More 

Grippi Falls Short in Bid for Section 1, D1 Championship

Sunday afternoon at Clarkstown South High School, Fox Lane’s Matt Grippi had just rode Suffern’s Daiton Powell out of bounds late in the third period of the Section 1 finals. More 

Bela Bettencourt showing off her Mindcraft World

3D Printing at the Katonah Library

On Star Trek, if the unit on the transporter that converts matter to energy has failed, the Enterprise doesn’t need to warp space and set course for Starfleet Command to fix the problem. More 

Students to Compete in Mobile App Competition

Students from more than 40 schools in the New York Metropolitan area, including Fox Lane High School and Byram Hills High School, will kick off the first Westchester Smart Mobile App Development Bowl More 

Parking Discussed by DPW Commissioner

At the February 24 Bedford Town Board meeting, Kevin Winn, Department of Public Works Commissioner, formally requested a public hearing for three separate proposed parking regulation changes. More

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