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  • Port Chester officer is ‘MADD’ about stopping drunk driving

    One police officer arrested 128 drunk drivers in 2016, which is the highest number of driving while intoxicated detentions in the state, and he is Port Chester’s own Jason Behar. 

  • Crawford Park is in bloom

    Flowers don’t plant themselves! This year, the community has four people to thank for the greenery outside Crawford Mansion. Two of them are Blind Brook juniors Bryan Moroch (left) and Gilad Price are working hard to gain their community service hours for school by getting their hands dirty on Sunday, May 21. 

  • Working ‘9 to 5’ has paid off

    Three Port Chester students were recognized for their work onstage during the high school’s spring musical “9 to 5.” Senior Elizabeth Montemurro, junior Taylor Masi and sophomore Grace Herbert join the ranks of the elite as all of them were nominated for 2017 Metropolitan High School Theater Awards. 

    
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  • Working ‘9 to 5’ has paid off

    Three Port Chester students were recognized for their work onstage during the high school’s spring musical “9 to 5.” Senior Elizabeth Montemurro, junior Taylor Masi and sophomore Grace Herbert join the ranks of the elite as all of them were nominated for 2017 Metropolitan High School Theater Awards. 

  • Three BBHS students nominated for Metro Awards following ‘Grease’
    Three Blind Brook High School students were recognized for their work onstage during the high school’s spring musical “Grease.” Juniors Lee Price and Madison Goldberg and sophomore Ryan Vogt are all on the list to potentially win a 2017 Metropolitan High School Theater Award for their acting and behind-the-scenes performances
  • A heartfelt thank you to all those who came out and voted for the school budget and board of education candidates. Congratulations to Anne Capeci for winning her ninth election.
  • On March 26, 2017 our son Joe passed away. A beloved son, brother, fireman, cousin, nephew and friend. As Rick, Danny and I are forced to live our lives down a difficult path, we keep repeating to ourselves, “no words,” just “no words” for what has happened. 
  • This is a wonderful and true story about the sacrifices endured by our brave men to gain our freedom during World War II. It appeared originally in "In The Eye of the Storm" by Max Lucado. Please pass it on and share it with your family this Memorial Day.
  • Port Chester’s two elections this year have followed patterns eerily similar to those of November 2016. As with the national elections, conservative candidates in Port Chester have ridden to victory on a wave of long-simmering anger from voters who felt that elected representatives had not been listening to their concerns.

  • Rams and Lady Rams T&F team take aim at qualifying for States with personal bests

    When 13-1 long shot Cloud Computing edged hard-luck 3-year-old colt Classic Empire in the final strides of the 142nd running of the Preakness Stakes in Baltimore last Saturday (5/20), with Kentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming fading to eighth place in his failed bid for horse-racings storied Triple Crown, it drove home the point that once the race starts, every runner has a chance, not just the odds-on favorites.

  • Blind Brook softball loses in first round of playoffs
    The Blind Brook softball season has ended after a crushing defeat in the first round of playoffs on Saturday, May 20 at Putnam Valley.
  • Lady softball Rams beat Rye, lose to Arlington in playoffs

    It was won and then done for the Port Chester Lady Rams softball team in the past week or so. They beat rival Rye in their final regular season game at home last Tuesday (5/16), giving them a 16-4 record, their best regular season record under head coach Jeanine Maiolini.

  • P.C. Rams baseball quartet makes All-League, All-Section

    All season long the so-called Westchester area baseball experts ignored the Port Chester Rams despite P.C. knocking off two teams ranked in the top 10, finishing the regular season with a rare winning record, their first since 2011, and being described as one of the most improved teams in the area by the umpires who regularly called their games.

  • Baseball Rams split two playoff games

    Ashes to ashes, dust to dust and to everything under the heavens there is a season. That includes the resurgent Port Chester varsity baseball team that wound down its dying season with a near miraculous playoff upset of almost biblical David and Goliath proportions against John Jay-East Fishkill (JJEF) away last Saturday (5/20).

  • Blind Brook baseball loses to Rye Neck in playoff thriller
    The Blind Brook Trojans baseball team was narrowly defeated in the first round of playoffs this past Saturday, May 20 at home against the rival Rye Neck Panthers by a score of 3-2.
  • Blind Brook boys’ lacrosse: Bringing fastest game to youngest players
    Ever heard of the fastest game on two feet? Lacrosse is one of America’s oldest team sports, originally played by Native Americans and popularized across the East Coast, most notably Maryland and Long Island. 
  • Blind Brook baseball finishes season strong

    The Blind Brook varsity baseball team completed their season this past week, recording a 2-1 record this week and a solid 11-9 record for the season after games against red-hot North Salem, rival Rye Neck and struggling Bronxville high school teams. This was a drastic improvement from last year’s record of 4-13 and one the Trojans hope to improve more on in the coming years. 

  • Blind Brook girls’ lacrosse season comes to a disappointing close

    The Blind Brook girls’ varsity lacrosse team had another quiet week, playing their final two games. They lost both contests, finishing the season with a record of three wins and 11 losses.

  • Baseball Rams finish with rare winning record

    It was word play time for the Port Chester baseball Rams and it had a lot to do with the run-together, condensed meaning of "delbeeno," sports jargon for there will be no game today because of inclement weather.

    
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  • WESTCHESTER COUNTY AIRPORT PRIVATIZATION MEETING. Meeting Room, Village Hall, 938 King St., Rye Brook. 7:30 p.m. Public meeting to hear directly from the consultant who prepared and issued a Request for Proposals seeking a private operator at the Westchester County Airport. 
Calendars
  • 10573 Events

    SPRING FEST & SUPER POTTERY SALE. Clay Art Center, 40 Beech St., Port Chester. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Admission and family activities are free. Family activities will include hands-on clay activities, music, ice cream and face painting.

    EXPAND YOUR BUSINESS WITH EBAY. Greenburgh Library, 300 Tarrytown Rd., Elmsford. 6-8 p.m. Free. Hosted by SCORE Westchester. Workshop led by Carol Sherwin, SCORE Mentor will cover the basics and will walk you all the way through until you send your precious package out into the hands of your buyer.

  • MARKETING & BRANDING: UNDERSTANDING THE DIFFERENCE WILL HELP YOU BE SUCCESSFUL. SCORE Westchester, 120 Bloomingdale Rd., White Plains. 1-3 p.m. Free. Workshop will be led by Martin Rolnick, SCORE Mentor.

  • Arts & Entertainment
    DONOVAN: SUNSHINE SUPERMAN 50TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR. Tarrytown Music Hall, 13 Main St., Tarrytown. 8 p.m. British folk/rock icon Donovan recently celebrated the 50th anniversary of his hit single “Sunshine Superman” 
  • CONGREGATION KNESES TIFERETH ISRAEL. 575 King St., Port Chester. 8-9:30 p.m.: Erev Shavuot. Tikkun Leil Shavuot—text study, food and wine. Services led by Rabbi Jaymee Alpert and Cantor Alexis Sklar. 914/939-1004 or www.ktionline.org.

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