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Iona, New Rochelle Reach Agreement for the Expansion of Hagan and Spellman Halls

April 23, 2018 - 18:26

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The City of New Rochelle and Iona College announced today a comprehensive agreement that, when fully executed, will allow for the inward expansion of two campus buildings while addressing neighborhood concerns regarding the campus perimeter, and resolving recent legal disputes.

Collaborative work between the New Rochelle City Council, City staff, and Iona College has created a framework to advance the review of additions to Hagan and Spellman Halls, currently being reviewed before the Planning Board. The agreement includes:

Proposed Hagan Atrium

A Rose is a Screen is a Rose

April 21, 2018 - 19:50

PELHAM, NY -- Pelham Art Center is pleased to present A Rose is a Screen is a Rose from May 11-June 30, 2018. The free opening reception is on Friday, May 11, from 6:30-8:00 pm.

In a world in which nearly all sight is modified and mediated through a screen, how do artists both embrace and push back against this? This group exhibition explores artists’ responses to an ever consuming digital world, one that is reshaping the way we experience and comprehend our natural one.

A Rose is a Screen is a Rose

05/11 Pelham Art Center is Announcing a New Sculpture Installation in Wolfs Lane Park by Anthony Heinz May 05:30 PM

April 21, 2018 - 18:34
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PELHAM, NY -- Pelham Art Center is announcing a new sculpture installation in Wolfs Lane Park by Anthony Heinz May.

Massive trees on the edge of rural Oregon valleys and farmlands where Anthony Heinz May grew up root his earliest memories. Much of his time was spent in contemplation of the natural world encompassing him.

Nines Up-Down

New Rochelle Residents Address Task Force at Public Meeting

April 18, 2018 - 13:00

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Seventeen residents addressed the New Rochelle Task Force on Reducing Violence in the Lives of Children and Youth on Saturday, April 14, to offer suggestions and other input aimed at keeping the community and City School District of New Rochelle schools safe.

They spoke at a public meeting of the Task Force in New Rochelle City Hall. More than 70 residents attended, including many of the Task Force members.

Dr. Jonathan Brice

New Rochelle Board of Education adopts $272,804,093 budget for the 2018-2019 school year

April 18, 2018 - 04:59

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The New Rochelle Board of Education tonight adopted a proposed $272,804,093 budget for the 2018-2019 school year that maintains existing programs, invests in social and emotional supports, and adds needed teaching positions. It also allows for a deeper investment in safety and security measures.

New Rochelle High School

Wrestling All-stars: New Rochelle's Jake Logan Strives for Perfection

April 14, 2018 - 20:40

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Jake Logan entered the wrestling room at New Rochelle High School on Thursday having just watched the opening rounds of the NCAA wrestling championships on ESPN.

The excitement of the biggest wrestling event in the country was palpable through the screen, sparking the New York state champion’s imagination. It wasn’t difficult to picture himself on that same stage one day in the near future.

New Rochelle junior Jake Logan, photographed March 15, 2018, is the Journal News/lohud Westchester/Putnam wrestler of the year. (Photo: Seth Harrison/The Journal News)

New Rochelle School District (Finally) Unexpectedly Resigns Racist Janitor

April 12, 2018 - 16:21

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Martin Freiman has been unexpectedly resigned after 17 years of scamming the school district and overtly racist behavior.

Freiman was threatened with legal action by the District for “theft of time” after school officials documented that Freiman would clock into work the evening shift at William B. Ward Elementary School then sit in his car for hours, smoking cigarettes and otherwise not cleaning the school.

New Rochelle School District (Finally) Unexpectedly Resigns Racist Janitor

April 12, 2018 - 16:21

NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Martin Freiman has been unexpectedly resigned after 17 years of scamming the school district and overtly racist behavior.

Freiman was threatened with legal action by the District for “theft of time” after school officials documented that Freiman would clock into work the evening shift at William B. Ward Elementary School then sit in his car for hours, smoking cigarettes and otherwise not cleaning the school.

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