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The Katonah Bedford Hills Volunteer Ambulance Corps held its annual awards picnic last Saturday, June 5, honoring members who demonstrated outstanding performance during the past year.

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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 was just that.

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Members of the Bedford Hills High School Class of 1943 can be seen in an old photograph. When it was taken, the U.S. was fully engaged in combat in both the European and Pacific theaters. This gives us a sense of the daunting prospects facing these young men and others graduating from high s…

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Elaine Voss knows how strange it must sound when she says that this past year — the year a pandemic sent the world into chaos — was one of the best in her nearly 30-year career. It makes sense, however, when you learn she works in real estate.

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The Town of Bedford, together with the Veterans Advisory Committee has completed the Town of Bedford Monument Mapping Project. All monuments and memorials in town were mapped, photographed and documented by Town Board Member Bobbi Bittker and Deputy Supervisor Ellen Calves, and VAC members Q…

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Logan Aceste, a senior at John Jay High School, designed, built and installed 12 bat houses in Lewisboro parks for his Eagle Scout project. Over the course of 11 months and with help from his fellow Vista Troop 101 scout volunteers, Scout Master Thomas Fuller and Eagle Scout mentor, Rich Hea…

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As our story opens, The Record-Review is speaking with Anne Mayhew, the proprietor of the popular Katonah home baking business, LMNOP Bakery. Only she’s not in Katonah, she’s in Mount Kisco; and she’s not baking at home, she’s baking in space she has newly occupied at Mast Brothers, a gourme…

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“It was our most successful chili cook-off yet,” said organizer Melissa Dilmaghani, of the Katonah Chamber of Commerce’s 12th annual Chili Cook-Off, held last Friday, March 19. “It seemed just as wild as it was to orchestrate.” 

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On Saturday March 6, Boy Scouts of America scout packs and troops from across Westchester, including Pound Ridge Troop 1, converged on the Durland Scout Reservation to participate in the annual Klondike Derby. The theme this year was Hawaiian Klondike and required that patrols build and stoc…

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It wasn’t a pot of gold, but Pound Ridge seniors still had a stroke of luck this St. Patrick’s Day. Neighbor to Neighbor delivered meals of corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, carrots and more to approximately 200 residents with the help of its community volunteers. 

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As a professional private chef, Pound Ridge resident Lynn Borsellino is usually the one turning up the heat. Now, as a competitor in an international contest, she’s the one in a pressure cooker.

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The Lewisboro Parks and Recreation Department announced that in an effort to help local businesses affected by the pandemic, it will feature two Lewisboro restaurants each week for the next several weeks. As part of the promotion, the featured restaurants will offer special menu discounts an…

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It’s contactless, it’s partially virtual — but it’s real chili. The Katonah Chamber of Commerce’s 12th annual Chili Cook-Off, Friday, March 19, will enable participants to stay safe, while enjoying dishes of chili and supporting their community.

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The Pound Ridge business district continues to undergo dramatic changes, with new businesses putting down roots and old mainstays, like Plum Plums Cheese, finding homes elsewhere.

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The Pound Ridge Historical Society is adding to its burgeoning film collection with the release of a new documentary this week about the inimitable Lisl Steiner. Shot and edited by Natasha Seery, the short film chronicles the extraordinary life of Ms. Steiner, who, as a child, fled Austria u…

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On Jan. 19, the Lewisboro Planning Board held its first meeting of the new year, and welcomed newly appointed member, Charlene Indelicato, who filled Richard Sklarin’s position. Mr. Sklarin began his term on the Lewisboro Town Board Jan. 1.

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In an informal sampling of merchants and proprietors in Bedford Village, Bedford Hills and Katonah, The Record-Review found that businesses are trying to make the most of this unique holiday season. But for some, the challenges of generating sales in a pandemic might just be too difficult to…

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On Friday, Dec. 4, Westchester County Board of Elections certified the election results and victories for Richard Sklarin and John Pappalardo in respective races for Lewisboro Town Board member and Lewisboro Town Justice.

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After an exciting year of children’s programming at the Lewisboro Library, Anna Lillian Moser departed from her role as the children’s librarian. This week, Marie Nania, the new children’s librarian, began serving in the key library position.

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The Herb Garden at John Jay Homestead in Katonah is one of the area’s lesser-known treasures. It was established by the New York Unit of the Herb Society of America, a nationwide group originally founded in 1933 and dedicated to promoting the knowledge, use and delight of herbs through educa…

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Friday, Nov. 20, was Jeff Kellogg’s final day at the Katonah business that bears his family’s name, Kelloggs & Lawrence. Mr. Kellogg took his long-planned retirement from the store where he has worked since he was a child.

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Over the past 27 years, the Westchester Christmas Dinner has grown into a treasured event for many local residents. They excitedly spend their Christmas morning volunteering to help those less fortunate by becoming an “elf” and handing out holiday gifts, serving a heaping portion of a catere…

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After two years of often intense discussions before the planning board, Chabad of Bedford seemed well on its way to constructing its new center on South Bedford Road, with final approvals having been received earlier this year. Shovels were finally in the ground. Unfortunately, those shovels…

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After a year where the Lewisboro Library exceeded their fundraising projections thanks to Paycheck Protection Program loans and large donations, the Board of Trustees is looking for ways to continue those efforts to the end of 2020 and into next year.

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Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia among older adults, according to the National Institutes of Health National Institute on Aging, and it is currently ranked as the sixth leading cause of death in the U.S. But a statistic that may hit home even harder is that every 70 s…

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Customers at Kelloggs & Lawrence, the iconic hardware store in Katonah, may be excused for thinking they’ve been seeing double recently, or if they believe they’re caught in one of those complicated time-travel science fiction plots where people co-exist with their past selves.

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Sept. 11, 2001, was a day that changed a lot of people. For Joshua Stewart, it was a day that led to a new direction in his life. “I always point to 9/11 as one of those gut-check moments,” he said.

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The cool fall weather brings with it a flocking of cyclists to Lewisboro’s roads. One of these cyclists is South Salem resident Christine Schopen, whose experience began on the back of a tandem bicycle with her husband 20 years ago. Today she is president of the Westchester Cycle Club.