Fresh local produce, yummy prepared foods, savory pickles, delicious cheeses, crusty bread, and lots of other tasty treats. That’s right — New Rochelle’s two farmers markets are opening again for the season. The Saturday downtown market kicks off on June 1st on Library Green. And the Friday uptown market begins on June 7th — at … Continue reading Farmers Markets Open for Season
I am looking forward to seeing friends and neighbors this Sunday at my 50th birthday celebration. The brunch at the VIP club will also serve as the main fundraiser for my reelection campaign. If you haven’t already RSVPed, please join us by reserving a spot online or by contacting Kim DiTomasso at 917-991-8276 or firstname.lastname@example.org. … Continue reading Last Reminder: Please Join Me on Sunday
Read this article to learn about New Rochelle’s latest initiative to support small businesses. Through a partnership with The Acceleration Project, the City is helping local entrepreneurs to overcome challenges and grab hold of opportunities for growth. Small businesses are the backbone of our economy; their success enables all of New Rochelle to prosper.
If you like Caribbean cuisine, you will love the new Krave at 8 South Division Street. For dinner last week, Catie, Jeremy, and I shared cod fish cakes and pepper shrimp to start, then moved on to stewed oxtail, fried chicken, and ackee with red herring as our entrees, and finished up with two kinds … Continue reading Food Blog: Krave
It was an honor this morning to observe Memorial Day in the company of New Rochelle’s veterans, First Responders, community leaders, and neighbors, as together we paid tribute to the men and women who have given their lives in service to our nation.
Please join New Rochelle’s veterans and other neighbors this weekend as we remember and honor the men and women who have given their lives in service to country. Here are the details about our community’s Memorial Day observance. Thank you to American Legion Post 8 and the Veterans Advisory Committee for organizing these events.
New Rochelle is once again teaming up with L.L. Bean to offer kayak instruction and guided tours of Long Island Sound. Click here to learn more and to sign up. (Scroll down to see all the options.) And from Memorial Day through June, the courses are free! I’ve done this myself with Jeremy, and it’s … Continue reading Kayak New Rochelle
I was honored to participate this morning in New Rochelle’s annual Police memorial and award breakfast and especially glad to recognize youngsters Gabrielle Cohen, Alicia Acevedo, and Nicholas Picone, who wrote winning essays describing their appreciation for the NRPD. Thanks to the dedication and professionalism of New Rochelle’s men and women in blue, our city … Continue reading Honoring New Ro’s Finest
New Rochelle voters approved both the School and Library budgets by wide margins in yesterday’s election. Congratulations to Will Iannuzzi and Valarie Williams, who were elected to the Board of Education, and to Beth Acocella and Whitney Barrat, who were elected to the Library Board of Trustees.
Please be sure to vote in today’s important School and Library election. The polls are open from 7:00am to 9:00pm. In addition to the School and Library budgets, voters will choose two candidates for the School and Library Boards. If you don’t know your polling place, you can find it here. The quality and reputation … Continue reading School & Library Election Today – Please Vote