Month: April 2017

Forks, Corks & Cocktails is back
Community

Forks, Corks & Cocktails is back

Björn & Company will kick off the summer season with the fourth annual Forks, Corks & Cocktails—a food, wine and cocktails event serving the LGBTQ community of Westchester and Lower Hudson Valley—taking place on Friday, May 5 from 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the Ritz-Carlton Westchester, located at 3 […]

The latest iteration of the ryecityreview.com was recognized for its design at a recent statewide contest. It marks the first such distinction for the Review’s digital component. File photo
News

Ryecityreview.com scores design honors

The new and improved ryecityreview.com website has made quite an impression since launching last year, as it took home third place in a recent statewide contest. The Rye site grabbed “Best Website Design” honors at the New York Press Association’s Spring Convention and Better Newspaper Contest Awards, an annual gathering […]

Public Safety Commissioner Michael Corcoran’s plan to add additional career leadership positions and three more professional firefighters to the Fire Department was approved by the Rye City Council on Sept. 13. File photo
Lead Stories News

FD aims for new volunteers with open house

The Rye Fire Department is continuing its efforts to bolster its volunteer force, using an annual open house this Sunday as a way to spark interest in the department. While the Fire Department has struggled to sustain an active group of volunteers in recent years, Councilman Richard Mecca, a Republican […]

Public discourse, warts and all
Opinion

Public discourse, warts and all

One of the first projects I tackled as mayor was the selection of a new caterer for Whitby Castle. I pulled together a raft of stakeholders from the golf commission, the golf club community at large, and the City Council. One of my colleagues accurately observed that this was too […]