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October 4, 2013

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November 1, 2013

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Playhouse property owner to propose mixed-use structure

By ANTHONY R. MANCINI
ANTHONY R. MANCINI PHOTO

Ken Horn, in front of the Bedford Playhouse, will unveil plans for the Playhouse property’s vacant area at a July 22 public meeting.

 

The new owner of the Bedford Playhouse property is scheduled to unveil its latest plans on July 22 to build a mixed-use structure containing retail space, apartments and underground parking in the vacant lot next to the three-story Playhouse building.

The plans would be discussed that Tuesday at a public meeting held in the Bedford town house. Ken Horn, the president of Manhattan-based real estate developer Alchemy Properties, which now owns the Playhouse property, said that holding a public meeting about the site would allow the community to give its opinions on the plan. Alchemy has no plans formally submitted to the town of Bedford as of yet. The vacant lot next to the Playhouse is considered one of the last developable pieces of property in historic Bedford Village, a community well known for its preservation efforts.  Read more >

 

January 17, 2014

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‘Captain Jim’

James O’Donoghue, holding a state-of-the-art “Captain Jim Fire Hood.” The O’Donoghue brothers, James and Kevin, donated the hoods to the Pound Ridge Fire Department. What sets these hoods apart is their resistance to heat and flame. Normal firefighting hoods do withstand heat but not to the degree that Captain Jim hoods do.

February 14, 2014

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Giving respect to the athlete and the intellect

A funny thing happened in The Record-Review office this spring. As we do each year, we participated in Fox Lane High School’s ASPIRE program, which gives graduating seniors several weeks of real-world job experience. Each year we are lucky to host one or two students eager to check out life in a newspaper office, and this year was no exception.

What proved to be a surprise was that not only did intern Jen David show talent and originality as a writer, she was named female athlete of the year at Fox Lane High School.

Her double-threat skills as writer and athlete — track and field star and a field hockey standout — are by no means unique. Read more >

March 14, 2014

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March 28, 2014

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April 25, 2014

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SPECIAL SECTION

Class of 2014

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