NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- On December 28th, leaders of local black churches in New Rochelle held a rally which began at Memorial Plaza, then moved down to the Ruby Dee Library Green at the New Rochelle Public Library after a brief march down Memorial Highway. About 300 people attended.
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- A good samaritan pulled over on Quaker Ridge Road near Pinebrook Boulevard in New Rochelle and pulled an injured woman from the burning wreckage of a blue four-door sedan.
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- A City of New Rochelle permit for a Civil Rights March set for this past Sunday but cancelled after the shooting death of two New York City Police officers was taken out by Angelique Francis, according to records obtained by Talk of the Sound under a Freedom of Information request.
On December 21, 2014, Glen R. Lee, Jr, age 27, of New Rochelle, New York was arrested pursuant to a domestic incident that began in a motor vehicle and ended up on the roadside of I-95 in the City of Rye.
ALBANY, NY -- The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Division of Environmental Remediation is accepting public comments about a draft work plan through December 6, 2015.Read more
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- The New Rochelle Committee On Community Policing (“NRCPP”) will issue a report tomorrow, in the works for months, that calls for a radical reorganization of the New Rochelle Police Department to focus on Community Policing, theRead more
NEW ROCHELLE NY – For years, Santa has wanted to open a Christmas Shop on one of the oldest and most historic Main Streets in all of the United States, and on Thursday, November 19, 2015, Santa’s wish becomes reality.Read more
The Talk of the Sound November print edition is now ready and available at select locations throughout New Rochelle.Read more
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- A New Rochelle police officer came across a gruesome scene last Monday when he looked into a holding cell at police headquarters - a prisoner soaked in fresh blood.Read more
BRONX, NY -- Jewdyer Osborne, 40, considered himself one of the lucky ones. The Brooklyn social worker scratched off a winning ticket in 2013 and won a $1,000 a New York State Week for Life jackpot worth an estimated one million dollars.Read more
Charles T. Collins, a lifelong resident of New Rochelle, died on November 8, 2015. He was 83. Charles, known as “Rip” or “Charlie” to his friends was born on November 21, 1931 in New Rochelle to the late Charles A.Read more