BEDFORD — Images such as this one above by veteran photographer William Abranowicz of Bedford will be featured during a slide show presentation Saturday at the 1787 Court House on the Village Green as part of Autumn and Antiques Weekend. Abranowicz will reflect on his photographs and be available for… Read More →
The Bedford Post, a hideaway in the Bedford countryside, opened in stages over the past several years: first the casual restaurant, Barn at Bedford Post, then the more formal restaurant, Farmhouse at Bedford Post, and later, a yoga studio and an eight-room inn. The latest phase? A new bluestone patio,… Read More →
BEDFORD HILLS — A new garden was blessed and planted recently at Temple Shaaray Tefila. Look for artichokes and eggplants in the fall. Other plantings included tomatoes, peppers, okra, carrots, radishes, lemon balm, cilantro, thyme and oregano.
Watch out world. Future fashion designers, chefs, graphic artists, builders, environmental scientists, engineers, nurses and physicians graduated last night from Putnam Northern Westchester Board of Cooperative Educational Services’ Tech Center in Yorktown. In all, 534 students from 18 local school districts graduated from 41 programs of study including Advertising Art… Read More →
BEDFORD — The former CEO of a pharmaceutical company who became involved in cancer research funding following the death of his wife from cancer has been named the chairman of the Israel Center Research Fund. Kenneth Goodman of Bedford Hills was named chairman of the New York City based non-profit… Read More →
BEDFORD — A week of outdoor carnival fun is set to begin on Tuesday night at St. Patrick’s School in Bedford Village. The 35th annual St. Patrick’s Carnival and Raffle is set to kick off the season of outdoor family fun May 10 through May 15. The week-long event for… Read More →
Local students who competed recently at the National School SCRABBLE Championship in Orlando, Fla., excelled, according to a tournament spokesperson. She reports that Seth Tilliss, a 6th grader from Bedford, was part of the O’Connor and Tilliss team, which came in 3rd place. He split the $2,000 3rd prize with… Read More →
Students at the West Patent Elementary School in Bedford created art work for Earth Day.
More than 700 people turned out for the Bedford Environmental Action Day at Fox Lane High School late last month, organizers said. The Jan. 29 event, which included workshops and an environmental EXPO, gave attendees the opportunity to participate in a grassroots movement to help Bedford become a sustainable town,… Read More →
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the League of Women Voters of Bedford, Lewisboro and North Salem is holding a Feb. 9 fundraiser in Katonah that will delve into the history of chocolate. Peter G. Rose, author and food historian, will be giving a presentation that will include an examination… Read More →