Ryan Schoenfeld has been reappointed as superintendent of the Ardsley School District. His second three-year term starts July 1.
Ardsley High School has announced its Class of 2021 valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively Miles Cooperman and Joshua Wise.
Ardsley is afflicted with the same traffic woes as the other Rivertowns — speeding and distracted driving, and motorists who ignore stop signs, red lights, crosswalks, and other calming devices — but unlike Hastings, Dobbs Ferry, and Irvington, Ardsley hasn’t mounted a campaign to address th…
Incumbent Matthew Bonney and two new candidates — Alex Archer and Vikas Agrawal — are vying for a single seat on the five-member Ardsley Board of Education. Bonney, the current board president, is seeking a third term. The election, and the school budget vote, will be May 18. The term will r…
The Ardsley High School branch of the National Art Honors Society (NAHS) has embarked on a much broader mission than “art for art’s sake.” Led by sophomore Tess Korten, “Awaken Ardsley” is providing an antidote to the Covid-19 blues by brightening up the windows of local businesses.
For an online panel discussion about “Combating Hate Against the Asian American Community,” which was held March 30, the Westchester County Human Rights Commission invited five adults to participate, including a criminal defense attorney and a professor of sociology.
Elizabeth Chun and Joyce Lu of Ardsley High School took top honors at the 2021 Regeneron-sponsored Westchester Science & Engineering Fair (WESEF) in March, qualifying them as finalists for Regeneron’s International Science & Engineering Fair (ISEF) next month.
The Westchester County Youth Bureau and Board proclaimed Stephanie Marquesano of Ardsley a 2021 “Shero” of positive youth development on March 23, citing her work as founder and president of the harris project. This is the third year the awards have been given.
The past year of living with coronavirus restrictions, and the upsurge in hate crimes, changed the focus of the annual Wellness Week at Ardsley High School. “Embracing Diversity,” was the theme of the high school’s Wellness Week, March 15-23.
The Ardsley and Dobbs Ferry school districts have announced their proposed plans for reopening with full-time in-person instruction for the final 10 weeks of the 2020-2021 school year.
Imagine listeners gathered around a virtual campfire. That’s one way to picture how the River’s Edge Theatre Company is spinning the time-honored tradition of telling stories — tall tales in particular — during the pandemic.
Schools Superintendent Ryan Schoenfeld and high school junior Max Kellezi hang a handmade dragon outside La Cantena, 871 Saw Mill River Road, on Sunday, Feb. 21. The restaurant was one of the last stops for two dragons used to decorate different businesses each day, starting Feb. 14, in cele…
Ardsley High School seniors Elizabeth Chun, Malik Aaron Bradford III, and Marie-Hélène Tomé were named Regeneron Scholars this month, placing in the top 300 entrants in the Regeneron Science Talent Search 2021.
Ardsley CAN by 2030!, a carbon reduction and sustainability initiative launched two months ago by the village Conservation and Environment Advisory Committee (CEAC), is offering its second Zoom session, “How to Reduce Your Home’s Carbon Footprint,” on Feb. 11 and 24, both from 7-8:15 p.m.
Some students at Ardsley High School are looking to get adopted.
The River’s Edge Theatre Company, founded in August 2019, isn’t letting the Covid-19 pandemic obstruct its mission of using theater “to reflect the human experience, spark conversation, and inspire social change” while raising funds for nonprofit organizations.
Councilwoman Diana Juettner’s service as a member of the Greenburgh Town Board will end in 2021. In a letter to Democratic district leaders on Nov. 25, the 80-year-old resident of Ardsley announced she will not seek re-election to the postion she has held since 1992.
Amber Aparicio’s career will always be child’s play.
As the pandemic started to bring so many activities to a standstill, Matt Arone, a member of Ardsley High School’s 1987 and 1988 state championship baseball teams, began flipping through his scrapbooks.
Leslie Kimmelman’s latest book, “The Eight Knights of Hanukkah,” tells the story of a diverse group of children — mounted on steeds and clad in armor — who save the Jewish holiday that marks a miracle: a menorah burning for eight days and nights on a single night’s worth of lamp oil.
On a Friday afternoon in October, an 11-year-old boy collided with a car in the crosswalk at the intersection of Saw Mill River Road (Route 9A) and Center Street in Ardsley. The boy was unharmed, and the driver was not issued a summons.
Tomorrow (Nov. 7), the Village of Ardsley launches Ardsley CAN by 2030!, a carbon reduction and sustainability initiative spearheaded by the Conservation and Environment Advisory Committee (CEAC).