Talk about humidity, this summer seems like the worst ever. But the frequent storms don’t seem to have any cleansing effect. What happened to the old-fashioned thunder/lightning storm moving in from the west, making the air clear again and lo…

When the day I had waited over a year for finally came, it was plagued with cold rain and temperatures below 50 degrees, which was very out of character for Delaware in June, and the realization that all of the pomp and circumstance really wa…

The Board of Education in Bedford Central School District met in the Suzanne Grant Theater July 1 for its annual organizational meeting to elect board officers and finalize committee and liaison assignments. 

There is much more to the new plantings at Ward Pound Ridge Reservation than meets the eye. Visitors will notice an array of attractive perennials, shrubs and trees that has been planted next to the Cross River in the Kimberly Bridge Picnic A…

Suzanne Herbert has lived in Pound Ridge since 1979, taking a daily walk around the neighborhood for almost as long. Over the years, she has noticed a disturbing trend — an increase in litter. “I have done this for years and I’m noticing more…

“I’m in,” you think, as you pick up Sara Arnell’s memoir, “There Will Be Lobster,” assured you’ve been invited to a saucy summer romp of a book. Sunny graphics and ginormous lobster claws on the cover seem to promise glam parties and plenty o…

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