New Rochelle Joins Drug Takeback ProgramRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Residents throughout Westchester now can conveniently and safely dispose of their unused medications in a secure dropbox, accessible day or night in nearly every municipality.
The county’s newest dropbox is in New Rochelle, in the lobby at police headquarters, at 475 North Ave. Recently delivered by Westchester County, it was one of 12 purchased last year through an $8,000 grant secured by Sen. Terrence P. Murphy in response to the growing opioid addiction crisis.New RochelleMedicine
Annual Black History Celebration at New Rochelle High SchoolRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- We're looking forward to the Annual Black History Celebration at New Rochelle High School, Feb. 10, presented by the WABSE- Westchester Alliance of Black School Educators and the #NewRochelle Black History Month Committee.
It is also sponsored by the New Rochelle Fund for Educational Excellence and the New Rochelle Council on the Arts
There will be spoken word, art, face painting, a scavenger hunt and more.
This year's theme is Harriet Tubman.
Mark your calendars!New RochelleEvent
Kimberly Collins has been chosen among the nation's best for a weeklong experience in Washington, D.C.Rate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Kimberly Collins, senior at New Rochelle High School, has been chosen among the nation's best for a weeklong experience in Washington, D.C. She will soon be sitting face-to-face with President Donald Trump as a Senate Youth Scholar.
“I am Vice President of New Rochelle High School, I am also a co-President of Black Culture Club, I'm a co-President of Christian Club, [and] I'm a member of Habitat for Humanity,” says Collins.
Collins does it all. But the most important thing she's learned is that hard work pays off.New RochelleEducation
City School District of New RochelleRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- This just in... New Rochelle High School PAVE students took on Broadway recently, taking a master class in performing, then seeing the hit musical "Once on this Island." They also got to meet the cast, including Tony winner Lea Salonga, a theater icon and the singing voice for two Disney characters. Here's a report on their visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2xhGyyc4CE&feature=shareNew RochelleEducation
Congratulations to Romeo Holden signed his Letter of Intent this WeekRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Congratulations to Romeo Holden, New Rochelle High School varsity running back, who signed his Letter of Intent this week to attend Monmouth University on a football scholarship.
Here he is surrounded by friends, family and teammates at his signing ceremony at NRHS.
Great job, Romeo! All the best at Monmouth!
New Rochelle High School Chorale and Symphonic Orchestra Performed the Hallelujah ChorusRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Now this is how to end the holiday season at school on a high note!
Here's the New Rochelle High School Chorale and Symphonic Orchestra performing the Hallelujah Chorus from Handel's Messiah during period 5 today.
The setting - the stacks in House II - was more intimate than the Winterfest Concert in the Whitney Young Auditorium last night. The student singers and musicians brought cheers from their schoolmates and faculty.
Derrick L. James directs the Chorale, Suzanne Morello directs the orchestra.New RochelleEducationChristmas
Innovative Classes Debut as Winter Semester BeginsRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
PELHAM, NY -- The New Year is approaching and with it, new creative explorations and adventures! Winter is perfect for satisfying that urge to create something. Pelham Art Center is offering a rich range of artistic adventures for adults, children and teens. Kids learn STEM concepts through digital art-making with Scratch Coding, Digital Photography, Experimental Animation, 3D Computer Modeling, or 3D Printing and Modeling. For curious children who love to get messy, there’s Create with Clay, and for adults who want to join the fun we have CLAY ADULT +ME!The PelhamsArts
Team Building with Fun FuzionRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Say goodbye to the Awkward holiday party this year.
Fun Fuzion presents team building for your holiday party instead of the usual awkward gatherings!
All directly to speak to a sales associate: 914-637-7575 X4New RochelleEvent
City School District of New RochelleRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Good news for indoor stargazers, science buffs and anyone who enjoys a spectacular show: The planetarium at New Rochelle High School is getting an upgrade.
A brand-new Spitz SciDome projector mounted on the wall will project sharper video shows of heavens and vast landscapes in high definition.
"It's going to look bigger and more spectacular because it's going to be crystal clear," said astronomy teacher Bruce Zeller, who runs the planetarium. "It's beautiful."New RochelleEducation
TODAY Show Spotlights Student, Meals on WheelsRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Yes, that was New Rochelle High School senior Nicholas Pallotta on the TODAY show recently, helping turn a spotlight on the importance of Meals on Wheels - and offering an example of New Rochelle spirit to a wide audience.
Pallotta's friends told him their relatives from other states called to ask them about the segment.
"It's a very cool experience to think that people around the nation are seeing it," Pallotta said. "I hope there's increased attention to Meals on Wheels, not just in New Rochelle."New RochelleEducation
Columbus school chess players (from left) Ignacio Valencia, Giovanna Murgia, Joel Salick, Kaily Argueta, Gianna Murgia, Dylan Solovyev and Naolin ConchaRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Five inches of snow did not deter the more than 100 chess players who gathered at Columbus Elementary School on Saturday, Dec. 9, to participate in the National Scholastic Chess Foundation Columbus Winter Scholastic. The City School District of New Rochelle was represented by students from Isaac E. Young, Albert Leonard, Columbus, Webster and Ward.New RochelleEducation
Webster second-graders (from left) Joan Pancho, David Weiss and Aidan Wigfall test the buoyancy of a tinfoil boat with pennies.Rate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Folding sheets of tinfoil, second-graders at Daniel Webster Magnet School created boats to float in small basins of water, then dropped pennies in one at a time until they sank.
From narrow canoe-like craft to flat-bottomed vessels, the boats helped students discover which designs made the most sense (and held the most cents.)
"We can do more!" Aidan Wigfall said as a boat his group devised took on its 26th penny - the number that had sunk their previous attempt.New RochelleEducation
New System Tracks Building Condition IssuesRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- As a way of keeping the City School District of New Rochelle facilities in the finest shape they can be for the benefit of students, staff, and community members, the City School District of New Rochelle has introduced a new tracking system for school facilities issues and complaints.New RochelleEducation
Civics Symposium Tackles Hot Topics in CommunityRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Community leaders gathered recently in the annual New Rochelle High School Civics Symposium to debate the hot topics of the day, responding to arguments made by NRHS students.
Five students' papers, filled with substantive research, presented positions on gun control, gerrymandering, political correctness, the question of police bias and the disparate effects of the Drug War on people of color. The issues kept the discussion rolling among the panelists, who had been provided with the papers in advance.New RochelleEducation
Robert P. AstorinoRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
WHITE PLAINS, NY -- County Executive Robert P. Astorino today announced that grants totaling more than $6 million – $2,123,000 annually for 2018, 2019 and 2020 – will be awarded to 34 agencies for 56 at-risk youth programs under Westchester’s Invest-In-Kids program.
“Invest-In-Kids is a vital partnership between Westchester County and our non-profits that responds to the needs of Westchester’s youth,” Astorino said. “I am excited to partner with these 34 agencies to provide essential services with far-reaching, positive results for our at-risk youth population.”TOTS_WideWestchester CountyChildren
2018 Tax Prepayment Information for Property OwnersRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Proposed changes in federal tax policy may reduce the deduction for local property taxes in 2018, it might be in the financial interest of property owners in the City of New Rochelle to pre-pay 2018 property taxes before the end of this year to maximize their 2017 deduction.
Accountants or financial advisors should be consulted to better understand individual circumstances and options. If prepayment is the right financial option, there are two tax bills available for prepayment now:New RochelleTaxes
Trio of Double-Doubles Lift Monroe Women’s Basketball over Host MontgomeryRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Fueled by three double-doubles, the Monroe College women's basketball team wrapped up the Montgomery College Holiday Tournament on Sunday with an 80-69 victory over host Montgomery to claim the tournament title. The Mustangs improve to 8-5 overall on the season after going 2-0 over the weekend.New RochelleSports - College
St. John's Uses Second Half Run To Get Past Iona MBB, 69-59Rate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- St. John's used a 19-4 out fo the halftime break on the way to a 69-59 win against the Iona College men's basketball team this afternoon during the MSG Holiday Festival at Madison Square Garden. It was the first meeting between the two programs in 22 seasons.New RochelleSports - College
New Rochelle Police Department Promotional CeremonyRate Article: 0 Your rating: None 0 No votes yet
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- City officials joined the New Rochelle Police Department at their Promotional Ceremony on December 15th in the City Council Chambers. Eight members of the NRPD were recognized at the service. Family and friends were also in attendance to share in this special occasion. This was the last promotional ceremony led by Police Commissioner Patrick Carroll.
Sergeant Kevin A. Perri is promoted to the rank of Detective Sergeant Supervisor
Police Officer Ryan Downs is Promoted to the rank of SergeantNew RochellePolice & Fire