Chappaqua Teens Get into the Right Zone

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Who better to run a teen activity than a teen? That’s the thinking at the Chappaqua Library’s Teen Zone, where several Horace Greeley High School students are running programs for their peers and middle-schoolers. For Girl Scout Kate Rosenberg, … [Read more...]

From Student to Scientist – Greeley’s Science Research 
Program Turns Out Some of the Best and the Brightest

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By Amanda H. Cronin The first image that may come to mind when you hear the words “science fair” is a lopsided, paper maché, volcano erupting “lava.” You know, the classic baking powder and vinegar experiment. But what is really going on at these … [Read more...]

MHA’s 5K Run/Walk & 1-Mile Kids’ Race: Feel good, DO GOOD!

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On Sunday, May 4th, you can  go the extra kilometer for mental health in our community. Whether you run or walk or volunteer, your participation helps raise the money that makes mental health services more accessible to community members who need it … [Read more...]

Valentine’s Day, 2014: Snow Art!

“Snowman” by second grader Ava Fleisher

Getting plastered with mounds and mounds of thigh high fine soft snow on Valentine’s Day might have caused municipal and school headaches galore (including using up the allotted number of school closings), but it just brought out the snow artist in … [Read more...]

Temple Beth El Appoints New Senior Rabbi

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The Board of Trustees of Temple Beth El of Northern Westchester has announced the hiring of Rabbi Jonathan Jaffe as its new Senior Rabbi effective July 1, 2014. Rabbi Jaffe will succeed Rabbi Joshua Davidson, who left Temple Beth El over the summer … [Read more...]

Green Initiatives: Plastic Bag Ban & Solar Permit Reform Considered

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This new year heralds a series of environmental initiatives under consideration by New Castle town officials. Several ideas are being generated by a key environmental group in town–the Sustainability Advisory Board. This all volunteer group is … [Read more...]

A Boost for Small Businesses

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Many group pages on Facebook discourage small businesses from promoting their products and services on their pages.  So, a few months ago, the Inside Press, Inc., took matters into its own hands, and introduced Biz Boosts by the Inside Press, Inc., … [Read more...]

Support “My Hope Chest”at ICD Jewelry on December 6

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By Virginia Shasha Last December, my world stopped, with words one hopes never to hear: breast cancer. Through denial, fear, anger, tears, I was determined to survive. My friends, family, and ICD colleagues supported me throughout my … [Read more...]

Chappaqua Fair “a Resounding Success”

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“At the Chappaqua Craft and Gift Fair benefitting the Bell PTA on November 9th, our vendors and shoppers didn’t miss a beat, in spite of last year’s fair cancellation due to Hurricane Sandy. Funds raised cover costs for academic and cultural … [Read more...]

Amanda Kraus to Dance as Sugarplum Fairy

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Amanda Kraus, a junior at Horace Greeley High School, will be dancing the coveted role of Sugarplum Fairy in the Greenwich Ballet Academy's production of The Nutcracker, which in past years has been danced by Principal dancer Irina Dvorenko of … [Read more...]

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