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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 

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 

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 

The Reading Room, Like Having a Cup of Coffee at Home

On the inside looking out from Katonah’s newest locale, the large panned view at the Reading Room on Edgemont Road feels like you’re peering through your own living room window. More 

Harvey Fierstein Speaks from the Heart at the Harvey School

On Friday March 13, Harvey Fierstein entertained approximately 100 fans at the Harvey School and detailed his life as an actor, playwright and four-time Tony Award winner. More 

Bedford Democratic Committee Announces Endorsements and Seeks Candidates

The Bedford Democratic Committee has announced the endorsements of Bedford Town Supervisor Chris Burdick and David Gabrielson, Town Board Member and Deputy Supervisor, for reelection in November 2015. 
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Fox Lane Fields Team for the App Development Bowl
 

For the last month, six students from Fox Lane Middle School and Fox Lane High School have been embroiled in the Westchester Smart App Development Bowl, which has 28 county schools creating Apps to help people with Alzheimer’s. More

Clients Set and Reach Goals with Skinny Buddha

As you eagerly await the raising of spirits on New Years’ Eve, the fact you’ve been tooting your horn for weeks on weight loss resolutions can quickly have the bottom drop out. All you’re then left with is a disappointment that lingers until “never quitting” gets its annual refrain the coming November. More 

Holistic Moms Talk Discusses Home Toxins

On Thursday morning March 26, the Holistic Moms Network of Northern Westchester welcomed certified Wellness Coach Perry Levenson to the Katonah Methodist Church at 5 Bedford Road to present, How Healthy is Your Home. Taking on each room, the board certified Acupuncturist and Chinese Medicine Professional More 

The Music Conservatory of Westchester Celebrates 85 Years
 
Jean Newton of the Music Conservatory of Westchester has no problem acknowledging that one doesn’t have to look very far to find exceptional, individualized music training for you or your child. More

Bedford Oak Photo Featured as NYS Arbor Day Poster

Every year, the public is invited to submit photography and/or artwork to be considered for the official New York State Arbor Day Poster. More 

Work Session Continues Review of Police Station Renovation

​Tuesday, April 8, prior to the regular Town Board meeting, Town of Bedford board members continued their discussion on plans to renovate the police station. The Town Board having favorably taken in a feasibility study of the $4 million project at the previous work session. Supervisor Chris Burdick had Consultant George Rosamond of Lothrop Associates draw up a plan to possibly complete the project in two phases.​  More 

Junior League Committed to Positive Change

The Junior League of Northern Westchester is hosting a Casino Night to raise funds to battle two key issues affecting our area. The fundraising event will be on Saturday May 9 from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. at the Mount Kisco Country Club. More 

Arbor Day Celebration Event in the Town of Bedford
 
Town Supervisor Chris Burdick, the Town Board, the Recreation and Parks Department, Bedford Tree Advisory Board Chairman Michael Serio and members of the Tree Advisory Board (TAB) invite Town residents to join in celebrating Arbor Day 2015 with a tree planting ceremony on Saturday, April 25 at 9:00am on Dwight Lane, Bedford Hills (cross-street Cherry Street). More 

Proposed Regulations of Bedford’s Historic Properties 

​The Historic Building Preservation Commission discussed the status of the town’s survey of historic properties in Bedford More 

Award Winning Poet Reading at the Katonah Library
 
Sunday afternoon April 19th, the Katonah Library hosted a live reading from award winning poet Jorie Graham. More  

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 all of its campers the opportunity to enjoy  More 

Harvey’s National Latin Exam 2015 Results

(KATONAH) The Harvey School has announced that 11 students have earned recognition for high achievement on the 2015 National Latin Exam More 

Open Auditions for Westmoreland Sanctuary’s summer production of INTO THE WOODS, Jr. are this Thursday April 23 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., and this Saturday April 25 from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. All ages welcome, no experience is required, just a love of acting, singing and the woods! For more information click here.  

Town Wide Clean Up Days

Bedford 2015 Town-Wide Clean-up Days are at the Crusher Road Highway Facility off Route 22, just North of Route 172, in Bedford Village.
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Free College Application Essay Lecture 

Students Will Learn How to Write An Impressive, Authentic College Admissions Essay 


The Katonah Village Library will sponsor a free workshop for high school students on how to write an impressive college application essay (parents are welcome to attend). More 

League of Women Voters Offers Voter Registration, School Board Candidate Forum

​For voters of all ages, the League will be moderating a school board candidate forum on Thursday, April 30, in the Little Theater at Fox Lane Middle School. The event begins at 7 pm; it is free and open to the public. More 

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