Month: June 2016

Of the 107 Rye Neck High School graduates, 96 percent are moving on to some form of college or continued education. Photo/Andrew Dapolite
Education Lead Stories

Rye Neck graduates 107 students

On Thursday, June 23 in the Rye Neck High School gymna­sium, 107 seniors proceeded up the half court line on the same basketball court where many of them took their physical educa­tion classes and competed as stu­dent-athletes only weeks earlier. Family and friends of the graduates filled the bleachers on […]

Rye Playland

Summer at Playland: Fireworks, discounts and more

Westchester County Execu­tive Rob Astorino invites ev­eryone to enjoy a summer full of free entertainment, fireworks and discount pricing at every­one’s favorite amusement park, Rye Playland. “A visit to Playland is always fun and these upcoming pricing specials, along with great enter­tainment for children and fami­lies, provide even more incen­tives […]

Andrew Dapolite, a photographer for the Review, captured third place in the Spot News Photo category of the New York Press Association’s 2015 Better Newspaper Contest. Photo/Andrew Dapolite

Ex-golf club GM out on parole

After serving less than one year in state prison, former Rye Golf Club Manager Scott Yandrasevich, who was convicted of grand larceny and falsifying records in August 2014, is out on parole. Yandrasevich, who was released from Clinton County’s Altona Correctional Facility on June 6, was serving a one- to […]

The Crown Castle mini-cell towers issue

The Crown Castle mini-cell towers issue

One of the biggest challenges we face as a city government is getting the word out to residents about issues before the council. Is­sues arise every week that impact some section of our community. In my opinion, these issues would be best addressed if we had the in­put of the […]

A Rye lineman participates in a drill at the Tiger Football Camp on June
26. Five schools took part in the annual football camp at Mamaroneck High School last week. Photos/Mike Smith

Footballers hit the gridiron

Although the high school football season doesn’t official­ly kick off until August, local teams have been working tire­lessly over the last few weeks to prepare for the upcoming cam­paign. With several programs participating in passing chal­lenges and preseason camps this month, it looks as though area squads are champing at […]