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Lewisboro Garden Club’s 14th annual fall roadside daffodil planting, which is part of the club’s Golden Roads Daffodils roadside beautification initiative, will take place on a much smaller scale this year.

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In recent town board meetings, town officials have heard impassioned debates over where to locate a new cell tower in South Salem. However, Town Supervisor Peter Parsons announced during Monday’s town board meeting that further discussions will be put on hold pending completion of a cooperat…

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Residents will soon be asked to decide the fate of an important election — no, not that one. The Pound Ridge Library Board of Trustees has two seats to fill in its election next Tuesday, Sept. 22. Sitting President Richard Esman is hoping to secure another term on the board and resident Anne…

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After a long delay due to the pandemic, former Lewisboro Town Justice Marc Seedorf was sentenced Tuesday, Sept. 15, in White Plains federal court to six months in prison for tax evasion.

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Those who missed the festivities of Food Truck Fridays this summer are in for a surprise — the Pound Ridge Partnership has received approval to hold one Food Truck Friday event Sept. 25, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. in Scotts Corners.

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Residents enrolled in the Westchester Power Community Choice Aggregation will most likely not reap savings this year, as intended, through the renewable energy program. Instead, participants can expect a 3.8% rate increase. The information was confirmed earlier this week in comments made to …

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At the Sept. 8 Bedford Town Board meeting, the board approved a number of items that, among other things, will facilitate creation of the Phase II Sewer District. The board also approved a resolution to create a Police Reform and Reinvention Collaborative Program and Committee. 

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The long, winding roads of Westchester and the area’s stunning scenery have long made the region a popular destination for cyclists. Especially in the summer months, it’s not uncommon to come across a caravan of cyclists when driving along Route 137. 

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The Lewisboro Parks and Recreation Department has quickly pulled together a study hall program called Lewisboro Learning Lot. Nicknamed “3Ls” and housed at the former Lewisboro Elementary School, it will provide children in grades two through five the opportunity to supplement virtual school…

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Resident Paula Cappa first began noticing intermittent issues with her mail a few months ago, either receiving someone’s else mail or missing pieces of her own. She reached out to Pound Ridge Postmaster Tom White and informed her own letter carrier of the mix-ups, but the problems persisted.

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Following the cancellation of the Lewisboro Library’s annual Library Fair held in September, library staff and board of trustees brainstormed a fun, but socially distant event where residents can interact with the town and library. The result is the Historic Hamlet Hunt.

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Interns for the Pound Ridge Land Conservancy shared the work they completed on the town’s preserves over the summer during a virtual presentation held via Zoom last week. Although it was an unusual season due to COVID-19, Land Steward Andrew Morgan said interns Jacob Adams, Andrew Miller and…

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In the upcoming election Nov. 3, Vincent Aceste is running as the Republican candidate for Lewisboro Town Justice, and Andrea Rendo is running as the Republican candidate for Lewisboro Town Board. These candidates will face their Democrat counterparts, John Pappalardo and Richard Sklarin, re…

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September and the fall months are approaching quickly, and as it gets cooler, the options residents will have for their afternoon break from at-home work will slowly dwindle. When the town pool, hikes in one of the many preserves and ice cream runs are no longer options, residents can still …

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On Aug. 18, Tom Gossett, the owner of Gossett Brothers Nursery on Route 35 in South Salem, and John Vuolo, the owner of South Salem Winery, returned to the Lewisboro Planning Board after multiple appearances in 2018 and 2019. This time, their goal was to obtain approval of their site develop…

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Despite a highly infectious virus, mammoth weather events and a string of power outages, Pound Ridge Day Camp wrapped up another season last week. Recreation and Parks Superintendent David Goldberg, Camp Director Jeff Nurenberg and the rest of the day camp staff managed to deliver a jam-pack…

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After months of New Yorkers upgrading their at-home gym, or more likely gaining the quarantine-15 lbs., Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Aug. 17 that gyms and fitness centers can reopen as early as Monday, Aug. 24. After being subjected to comprehensive health and safety standards, all gyms and f…

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After almost two months of at times heated discussions about whether to adopt an anti-racism resolution and how it should be worded, on Aug. 17, council member Jennifer Castelhano read the final version of a statement from the Lewisboro Town Board addressing the topic. The document was then …

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In addition to his job leading the Pound Ridge Highway Department, Vinnie Duffield also serves as the town’s cemetery commissioner. In this role, he meets with people who are interested in buying plots and walks the grounds with them to help them select particular gravesites. He also helps p…

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When the coronavirus outbreak took hold in Westchester County, Sonali Costa, local pharmacist and owner of the Pound Ridge Pharmacy, knew she wanted to help stem the tide of infection. Once New York announced in April it would expand testing to include independent pharmacies, Ms. Costa saw h…