A very simple equation: what goes in, must come out.
This is valid for how New Rochelle's schools are dealing with their garbage.
Here is a interesting article on how nationwide schools are the key to recycling and environmental awareness, but not all schools are equal in that regard.
Residents living in the Avalon woke up Tuesday morning to find there cars damaged overnight . New Rochelle police started to receive calls at 645am from residents saying there cars were damaged. Police are investigating.
Update News 12 reporting that windows were broken on at least 5 cars overnight.
Location:255 Huguenot street
A person walked into Sound Shore Medical Center Emergency Room late Monday evening with two Stab Wounds one to the back and the other to the leg. New Rochelle Police responded to the ER and were told by a second party that was with victim that a large group confronted them on Grove avenue and the victim was stabbed. No description of suspects was given. DEVELOPING----
Location:36 Grove Avenue
A Homeowner came home to find two males in there driveway stealing a Bmx bike.Police did a canvass of the area and found two males with the bike on Lincoln avenue. The homeowner was brought to the area where police stopped the subjects and identified the bike that was stolen from there driveway.
Location:158 Sickles Avenue
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Backstreet Gallery presents the latest art work of thought provoking artist Michael Cuomo. The show will contain his unique sculpture assemblages (which he calls “Heads of States” ) created from found objects.
As I am getting things ready for my kids to go back to school, I am looking at these boxes of used markers.
Each year I faithfully go out and buy new markers as per school supply list. Wouldn't want my child to be the only one that does not have all new, still in fresh boxes, school supplies, now would I?
Rose L. Zirolnik, 96, resident of New Rochelle NY for over 60 years, passed away on Saturday, August 31, 2013 in the comfort of her home surrounded by her family. She was born on May 29, 1917 in Manhattan, NY. Married to Samuel Zirolnik for 34 years, who pre-deceased her in 1975. Survived by her children, Peter, Joan, Andrew, her 4 grandchildren, and 3 great grandchildren. Became a nurse at Bellevue Hospital, where she received her RN degree, and later served as a Head Nurse at New Rochelle Hospital and a Nursing Supervisor at United Hebrew Home of New Rochelle.