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  • More gear, less fear, more tickets

    The Rye Brook Police Department issued 114 more traffic tickets in 2017 than it did in 2016, a 15 percent increase, according to the department’s first annual report. 

  • Two languages, limitless potential

    Red days are Spanish, blue days are English. Common knowledge for the 15 King Street Elementary School kindergarteners in Alejandra Naselli’s dual language class. 

  • PCMS assistant principal dies unexpectedly

    Byron Womack, assistant principal at the Port Chester Middle School for the past eight years, died in his home on Hobart Avenue on Tuesday, Feb. 20. He was 48 years old. 

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  • After much discussion and some disagreement, the Port Chester Board of Trustees voted 4-3 on Tuesday, Feb. 20 to appoint all 32 people who volunteered to the resident advisory committee tasked with providing the board a report on their recommended governance/voting method option for the 2019 village trustee election and beyond.

    Trustees Greg Adams and Gene Ceccarelli preferred appointing 15 people to the committee with five alternates, feeling that a 30+ member committee would be too unwieldy. Trustee Luis Marino was also among the dissenters.

  • Village awarded millions for sewer rehabilitation
    The Village of Port Chester has received approximately $5 million in interest-free financing for its ongoing sewer rehabilitation work through the New York State Environmental Facilities Corporation’s (EFC) Clean Water State Revolving Fund, 
  • Fire safety presentation on agenda at Saturday’s Town Hall meeting

    The Port Chester Fire Department and Port Chester Department of Code Enforcement are collaborating on a fire prevention presentation on Saturday, Feb. 24. 

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  • PLAN THE PORT INTRODUCTORY MEETING. Port Chester Senior Center, 220 Grace Church St., Port Chester. 6 p.m. Join village officials and consultant Town Planning & Urban Design Collaborative LLC to learn more about the project to modernize the village’s zoning. Learn about the goals of the project, provide your ideas and help build excitement. All are invited to attend. See for more information.

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  • 10573 Events
    4TH CONCERT FOR CARVER BENEFIT: BLUES TRAVELER. The Capitol Theatre, 149 Westchester Ave., Port Chester. Ages 18 & over unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Doors open at 6 p.m., show at 7 p.m. Also performing: Mihali (Twiddle). Both are American rock bands. 
  • Nearby Events
    RETURN OF THE OSPREY. Seaside Science Center, Greenwich Point Park, Old Greenwich. 1:30-4 p.m. Documentary filmmaker and photographer, Jacob Steinberg will present two showings of clips from his film about the osprey. Genevieve Nuttail will explain how the public can become involved in monitoring osprey nests around the state to better understand the health of Connecticut’s osprey population. 
  • Arts & Entertainment

    ME, MYSELF & I. Clay Art Center, 40 Beech St., Port Chester. Thru Mar. 4. Free. An exhibit featuring vessel-based work that explores issues surrounding identity and how we see ourselves within the context of society, family, relationships and within our own skin.  Hours: Mon.-Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m. or by appointment.

  • CONGREGATION KNESES TIFERETH ISRAEL. 575 King St., Port Chester. 7 p.m.: Purim celebration. Megillah reading, spirits & hors d’oeuvres, Executive Committee Purim Spiel. For religious school age to adults. RSVP requested to 914/939-1004 or

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