Month: September 2016

Christine Coleman blocks a shot at the net against the Huskies. Photo/Mike Smith
Sports

Rye spikes Huskies

With all of nearly 10 months to mull over last season’s loss to Harrison, Rye’s volleyball team came into Monday’s meeting with the Huskies looking for some measure of revenge, and a win over their rivals. They would get both, downing the Huskies in straight sets to improve their league […]

Athlete of the Week: TJ Lavelle
Sports

Athlete of the Week: TJ Lavelle

With Rye’s football team off to a hot start in 2016, senior quarterback TJ Lavelle has earned the fall’s first Athlete of the Week honors. Lavelle and the Garnets are currently 4-0, and his presence under center is a big reason why. Teammate Brett Egan credits the Garnets’ success this […]

Remembering No. 16
Opinion Sports

Remembering No. 16

As an avid baseball fan for much of my 31 years on this planet, I’ve seen my fair share of dramatic home runs. From Joe Carter’s World Series-winner in 1992 to Mike Piazza’s post-9/11 shot at Shea Stadium, there are a lot that were in the conversation for “most memorable.” […]

Uncovering why some women cover up
Opinion

Uncovering why some women cover up

Religiously observant Muslims and Jews convened in lower Manhattan recently to discuss an item of vital interest to both: Headscarves. Also long skirts, high collars and how much arm one can expose. Whatever tension may or may not exist between the faiths on a political level vanished at a symposium […]

Volunteers from the Rye Neck High School drama program, the Consigliere family and friends of the Consigliere’s will serve as actors in the haunted house. Photo courtesy Dan Consigliere
News

Harrison haunted house supports wounded veteran

The Consigliere family will commence their annual haunted house on Halloween, Oct. 31 to seek donations to support a wounded war veteran that suffered traumatic injuries in Afghanistan. Following approval by the Town Council on Sept. 15, the Harrison-based family was granted permission to temporarily close down a partial section […]