Board Vote OKs Retail at Chappaqua Crossing

Whole Foods rendering

By Eileen Gallagher The majority of the town board voted last night to approve retail at Chappaqua Crossing, the former home of Reader’s Digest. Supervisor Rob Greenstein and board members Adam Brodsky, Jason Chapin, and Elise Mottel voted “aye” … [Read more...]

Chelsea in Chappaqua – Artists Guild Show this Sunday December 7th


By Beth Besen The Northern Westchester Artists Guild is thrilled to host their first art show, this coming Sunday December 7th from 1-4:30 p.m. at the New Castle Community Center. Come see and support works by a group of local artists whose goal … [Read more...]

Lighting the Way for Local Shopping

Light Up Your Town

By Beth Besen More than 25 New Castle merchants take gifting and giving to a new level of local this holiday season. “Light Up Your Town,” launching on Small Business Saturday (November 29th), and continuing through the holiday season, is the … [Read more...]

“A Local Favorite” Chappaqua’s Interfaith Thanksgiving Service

Chappaqua Interfaith Council

“Okay, confession time. I love parties and dinners out, getting all glammed up. (Okay, that's obviously not the confession part). But my favorite event of the year in Chappaqua has nothing to do with frivolous festivity. Actually, it's quite … [Read more...]

Town Counsel Contends Due Diligence Performed at Chappaqua Crossing

Downtown Aesthetics/Revitalization Discussed Further too By Eileen Gallagher At what was purported to be the penultimate public hearing in the matter of Chappaqua Crossing, there were no shortage of speakers offering suggestions and comments to … [Read more...]

NY Giants Matriarch Dedicates Huge New Fitness/Sports Facilities at San Miguel Middle School

​Photo Credits: Simon Feldman

Mrs. Wellington T. Mara of the NY Giants-owning family dedicated a new building and outdoor space for San Miguel Academy of Newburgh, NY on Friday, Nov. 14. San Miguel is an independent, faith based middle school for at-risk boys. Paid for with a … [Read more...]

New “Business Development Advisory Committee” Approved for New Castle…and much more.

By Eileen Gallagher In order to strengthen, attract, and revitalize business in downtown Chappaqua, the town board approved the formation of the Business Development Advisory Committee. Headed by town board member Adam Brodsky, this committee will … [Read more...]

A Revised Restaurant Concept and an All New “Chappaqua Flea” Introduced for the Chappaqua Train Station—Plus a Chappaqua Crossing Update

By Eileen Gallagher The first item on the New Castle town board’s agenda: the return of the Chase’s as they presented their revised concept for food service at the Chappaqua train station. (As noted by town counsel Nick Ward Willis: the town … [Read more...]

Whole Foods on Chappaqua Crossing: “We Want to be Part of the Community”

And More Updates from Town Hall's 10/28 Meeting By Eileen Gallagher Mark Mobley, executive construction coordinator for Whole Foods northeast region, was asked several questions by the town board and the public about the proposed store at … [Read more...]

Funds Raised for Pleasantville Cottage School by Greeley Costumed Characters at Sunday’s Ragamuffin Parade in Chappaqua


By Tyler Sherman During this week's Ragamuffin Parade and Carnival, members of the Greeley class of 2016 walked around offering families the opportunity to take photos with three costumed characters [Elsa, Spongebob, and the Greeley Quaker]. … [Read more...]

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