The Rotary Club of Somers collected at least 2,000 pounds of coats and sweaters for the needy in northern Westchester, says club President Martin Ashley. Club members began two weeks ago by placing collection boxes throughout Somers. The donated items were given this week to a area charities, including the… Read More →
The Somers Town Board is presenting a $12.2 million budget for 2010, down from the current $12.5 million budget. It does call for a slightly increased tax rate for property owners, which officials say is due to anticipated lower mortgage tax revenues and increased retirement and healthcare benefit costs for… Read More →
This week, Romeo, a Pembroke Welsh Corgi, got to hear a story read by Colton McLuaghlin, 6, at the Somers Library. Read more of this Children Reading to Dogs Program” on the Book by Book blog.
This past Friday, Helen Brady of Somers and her army of Parent Teacher Association volunteers served up nearly 900 bowls of various kinds of vegetable soup to Somers Intermediate School students at the second annual Soup Day. The vegetables were grown in the school’s garden during the spring, summer and… Read More →
The Somers Public Library reports that it will be open this Saturday for its usual hours, noon to 5 p.m. Reis Park, which includes the library, will not be the site of Soceerfest, an interstate soceer tournament. The Farmers Market and Soccerfest have been postponed until next Saturday, Oct. 24… Read More →
Thirty municipalities, including Somers and Lewisboro, took part in a survey comparing how towns, cities and counties in the New York Metropolitan Region are planning for climate change and carbon reduction. The results and a study were released today by the Regional Plan Association and ICLEI-Local Governments for Sustainability USA… Read More →