The Pound Ridge Land Conservancy is continuing its process of seeking accreditation from the Land Trust Alliance.
Jennifer Coulter, who has been involved with the Pound Ridge Library in various roles for the past 15 years, has been appointed as the library’s new director, effective Jan. 1, 2022. Her appointment was approved by the library’s board of trustees at its meeting Tuesday, Dec. 21.
The Town of Pound Ridge has received a $64,000 state grant to assist the police department with traffic enforcement.
The New Year marks the beginning of Pound Ridge’s participation in America in Bloom’s National Awards Program. America in Bloom is a national organization that aims to empower communities to beautify and improve overall quality of life.
The fate of the proposal from the Pound Ridge Library Board of Trustees to expand the library’s parking lot is in doubt.
The Pound Ridge Town Board has decided against creating a permanent Criminal Justice Review and Advisory Board, even though forming such a body was recommended by the town’s CJR committee earlier this year.
Every year Earth Day is observed on April 22. But for a group of Pound Ridge residents, the spirit of the day is observed throughout the year.
A wide range of Pound Ridge groups came to the town library Nov. 13 to address climate change and what local residents can do to support local efforts to combat it.
Two biologists came to the Pound Ridge Library on Nov. 4 to present the results of their study, “Significant Habitats in the Town of Pound Ridge,” which included several recommendations for how to preserve the valuable habitats.
The proposal from the Old Pound Road Committee to construct a boardwalk to connect the Town Park with the town-owned property at 7 Old Pound Road is taking the next step.
The Pound Ridge Library in partnership with the town’s Climate Smart Community Task Force is hosting two programs to advance local discussion of climate action.
The Old Pound Road Committee is seeking to meet with the Pound Ridge Town Board at its Nov. 9 meeting to discuss issues related to the town-owned property, including an elevated boardwalk that would be much longer than previously envisioned.
The Fox Lane High School boys and girls have experienced great success.
Pound Ridge Montessori’s 50th birthday revels had to wait because of — what else? But that only made their post-COVID “golden” moment that much more glorious: their anniversary-pegged expansion was completed just in time for the start of school this September when, in fact, they had more stu…
Discussion of future plans for the town-owned 7 Old Pound Road property in Pound Ridge continued on Oct. 4 as the Old Pound Road Committee took up a range of issues, including finalizing the contents of a survey that will be distributed to residents. Other discussion items included consideri…
Many months of work by Pound Ridge volunteers and contributions from town residents and businesses culminated in a festive ceremony on the Town Hall property last Saturday as the Pound Ridge Historical Society buried its time capsule, which is intended to be opened in the year 2120.
Like a baby in its infancy, Growing Pound Ridge has enjoyed an impressive growth spurt in its first 12 months. Not only has the formidable Pound Ridge Partnership committee set up three subcommittees to fundraise, recruit and coordinate volunteers, but it reached a milestone in their goal of…
Preparations are underway for the third Repair Café to be held in Pound Ridge. It will take place at Conant Hall on Saturday, Oct. 16, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Pound Ridge Fire Department provided a serene setting for the town’s 9/11 memorial ceremony last Saturday. Supervisor Kevin Hansan led the program and was joined by other public officials including County Executive George Latimer, state Sen. Peter Harckham and Assemblyman Chris Burdick. …
The COVID-19 pandemic exposed the increasing needs among Pound Ridge’s most vulnerable population, its seniors, according to local officials, leading to a townwide reevaluation of the needs of the senior community and the town’s senior programming.
Pound Ridge residents now have the opportunity to participate in a community wireless infrastructure poll in order to provide input on how to address the town’s gaps in cell service.
Pound Ridge residents will have the opportunity to express their opinions on local cellphone service and what should be done to improve it via a survey that will be released soon by the town.
Lewisboro and, to a lesser extent, Bedford, among other towns, have seen contentious debates recently over the decision to allow or prohibit adult-use cannabis retail dispensaries or on-site consumption licenses from locating within their jurisdictions.
Re Jin Lee had been a city dweller all her life. She was born and raised in Sao Paulo, Brazil, studied in London and Milan, and as a young professional, lived in Los Angeles before moving to New York City in the early 2000s. For years, she thrived off the hustle and bustle of urban living. T…
The modest grounds of the Pound Ridge Post Office will be getting a much-needed facelift thanks to Growing Pound Ridge. Come fall, its bare facade will be flush with Virginia rose, Japanese sedge, white flowering dogwood and other native plantings.
The Pound Ridge Library Board held a public hearing last week on its proposed expansion of the library’s adjacent parking lot. The hearing, held June 24, represented the culmination of at least six years of work. “This is a project that we’ve been working on for quite a long time,” said Boar…
Engineering plans for the future village green at 77 Westchester Ave. will go to bid soon, according to sources involved with the project. This development brings the Town of Pound Ridge one step closer toward transforming the vacant lot in Scotts Corners into a multi-purpose village green.
It’s safe to say that almost all of us felt confined this past year, but the isolation of COVID-19 hit the senior citizens of our communities hardest.
In a rather unorthodox move, the Town Board this week authorized a request from the Highway Department to advertise for a position that has yet to be vacated. Although not yet officially retired, Frank Luppino, who has served as a full-time laborer with the Highway Department since June 2000…