Ardsley CAN by 2030!, a carbon reduction and sustainability initiative launched two months ago by the village Conservation and Environment Adv…
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).
In June, Rick Thompson retired after 22 years of service to the Ardsley Department of Public Works, including the last 10 years as foreman. He then served some more.
Rob Segall of Ardsley reveals his edgy sense of humor in his first book, “I’d Rather Kill Myself Than Be a Lawyer: How Anyone Can Find Happiness.” The title, however, is no joke.
Parents in the Secor Woods section of Greenburgh, within the Ardsley School District, have created a way for children to meet their customary Halloween candy quota regardless of pandemic restrictions.
There was a heavy police presence outside the Starbucks on Saw Mill River Road last Saturday, Sept. 12, but not because a crime was committed. Instead, men in blue from the Village of Ardsley, Town of Greenburgh, and Westchester County socialized with members of the community for four hours.
“Tchotchkes” — the Yiddish word for objects that have no function, but are dear to their collectors — is the name and subject of an innovative course that will be taught remotely by Andy Wainer of Ardsley as part of Westchester Community College’s fall lineup.
For Ana L. of Ardsley, the death of 26-year-old Breonna Taylor of Louisville felt personal. Taylor was shot by police on March 13, 2020, during the execution of a no-knock search warrant of the apartment she and her boyfriend shared.
A new organization called R.A.C.E. (Racial Advocacy Committee for Equity) is hosting a virtual town hall through Zoom, on Tuesday, Sept. 1, 6:30-8 p.m., to address issues of race, inclusion, and understanding in the Ardsley schools.
The reopening plan that the Ardsley School District submitted to the state Education Department and the state Department of Health (DOH) last Friday, Aug. 7, has been accepted.
During the Town of Greenburgh’s 12th annual summer internship program, 45 high school and college students from different neighborhoods and school districts produced video PSAs (public service announcements) about critical issues: Covid-19 protection, motorist and pedestrian safety, the U.S.…
To take over the duties of Cantor Jonathan Ben Gordon, an institution at Woodlands Community Temple, the congregation went a bit outside the box.
To celebrate the diversity of their community, the Ardsley Multicultural, Diversity and Inclusion Committee (AMDIC) recently unveiled a lawn sign commissioned for that purpose. The sign has one large circle that contains many smaller circles of different colors and the words “We are a commun…
Black@Ardsley is a new Instagram account where community members can reveal their encounters with racism. As of July 8, the account had received almost 100 posts since its start on June 28.
The Westchester Medical Center Health Network has awarded Family Services of Westchester (FSW) a grant of $133,000 for a collaboration with the Ardsley-based nonprofit The Harris Project. The funds will be used to expand the regional system for addressing the needs of teens and young adults …
Public interest in the Village of Ardsley’s progress on updating its 1964 Comprehensive Plan is high. More than 60 people joined a June 24 Zoom session to view slide presentations by Tiffany Zezula, deputy director of the Land Use Law Center at Pace University, and Dan Stevens, senior projec…
The Ardsley School District has formed a Re-Entry Task Force to review the school community’s pandemic shutdown experience and prepare for the buildings’ reopening at an unknown date.