Bronxville Police Investigating Man With Stolen Purse Who Fled Cops

Investigators with the Bronxville Police Department are attempting to identifying a male suspect who was walking with an allegedly stolen woman's purse late at night and proceeded to flee from responding officers approaching him. Officers were dispatched to Locust Lane at approximately 5 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 5 after the Police Desk Sergeant observed the suspicious man on village surveillance cameras carrying a woman's purse and wandering through the area.

Bronxville Police Track Down Alleged High-End Clothing Store Shoplifter

Detectives from the Bronxville Police Department tracked down a 24-year-old woman who allegedly stole nearly $1,000 in merchandise from a high-end clothing store. Police were notified of a shoplifter at J. McLaughlin on Wednesday, Nov. 7 when the store manager witnessed Mount Vernon resident Syiesha Jackson walking out of the store with merchandise valued at $948.

Laura Scanlon, William O’Donnell

... in Flushing, Queens. The groom is a son of Angela Alaimo O'Donnell and Brennan P. O'Donnell of Bronxville, N.Y. His mother is an English professor at Fordham, where she is the associate director of the Curran Center for American Catholic Studies. ...

Lara Heimert, Gary Rosen

Larisa Louise Heimert and Gary Scott Rosen were married Nov. 10 by Katherine Calvert, a Universal Life minister and a friend of the couple, at the home of Ms. Calvert and Gray Calvert in Bronxville, N.Y. Ms.

Gloversville grad Pettit honored

The SUNY Cobleskill Department of Sport & Exercise announced Tuesday that senior Joslen Pettit, a Gloversville graduate and a member of the men's swimming & diving team, was named the athletic program's Fighting Tiger Athlete-of-the-Week for the week ending Nov. 5. Pettit was the team's top performer in their 87-72 loss at Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville on Saturday, winning the 200-yard butterfly in 2:46.82, while taking second place in the 200-freestyle and the 500-yard freestyle .

Police Identify Suspects In Westchester Verizon Store Armed Robbery

Investigators with the Bronxville Police Department have identified "several individuals" who may have been responsible for an armed robbery of a Verizon location last month. Officers were dispatched to The A Wireless location on Pondfield Road, which is an authorized Verizon Wireless agent, when several suspects, reportedly in possession of knives, entered the location in an attempt to stick it up.

Till Death Do Us Part

... married life as a fall from an idyllic youth into catastrophe. She says she grew up in the New York suburb of Bronxville, "a very pretty, lovely place. And everybody was just like me. We wore Villager clothes. And I went to Catholic, all-girls ...

Stage Kiss Comes to TheatreWorks New Milford

... David Macharelli of Waterbury, Matt McQuail of Newtown, J. Scott Williams of Brookfield, Rosie Koocher of Bronxville, NY, Richard Chad Frey of New Fairfield, and Klara Gribetz of White Plains, NY. Stage Kiss runs Fridays and Saturdays from December ...

Bronxville Educator Helps Afghani Refugees Find Voice Through Theater

A Bronxville educator helped a group of Afghani refugees find their voice through the art of acting and stage performance. While traveling through Indonesia over the summer, Bronxville High School English teacher Victor Maxwell - who is also a professionally trained actor and playwright - was tasked with assisting an inexperienced group of refugees with a play in Malaysia to "help give them a voice."

Tuckahoe Man Cited For Leaving Scene Of An Accident Following Altercation

Members of the Bronxville Police Department received a call shortly after 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 17 from a passerby, reporting that the two men had gotten into an altercation. Police said that the subsequent investigation, which included the use of Village Surveillance Cameras resulted in a 50-year-old man from Yonkers being cited for improper passing, and a 68-year-old man from Tuckahoe being cited for improper passing, leaving the scene of an accident with property damage and hazardously crossing pavement markings.

Bronxville Schools Unveil New Hayes Field To Community At Homecoming

Athletic Council co-presidents and Bronxville High School seniors Mac Crawford, Caroline Kirby and Sally Reynolds addressed members of the community during the opening ceremony for the new Hayes Field. BRONXVILLE, N.Y. - After years of planning and discussion, school officials in Bronxville unveiled the new Hayes Field at a star-studded celebration during homecoming festivities.

Bronxville Schools Unveil New Hayes Field To Community At Homecoming

Athletic Council co-presidents and Bronxville High School seniors Mac Crawford, Caroline Kirby and Sally Reynolds addressed members of the community during the opening ceremony for the new Hayes Field. BRONXVILLE, N.Y. - After years of planning and discussion, school officials in Bronxville unveiled the new Hayes Field at a star-studded celebration during homecoming festivities.

Charles H. Schadt, Westinghouse Electric Corp. manager

Charles H. Schadt, a retired Westinghouse Electric Corp. department manager and former Ruxton resident, died Oct. 11 of heart failure at NCH Hospital in Naples, Fla. He was 85. The son of Herman Schadt, a businessman, and Margaret Schadt, a homemaker, Charles Herman Schadt was born in Bronxville, N.Y., and raised in Crestwood, N.Y. After graduating in 1949 from Roosevelt High School, he earned a bachelor's degree in 1953 in electrical engineering from Lehigh University and enlisted in the Army, where he served for two years.

Taxi Driver Argument, Auto Larceny, Top Bronxville Police Blotter

A Bronxville taxi driver was issued a summons after being argumentative and getting into a verbal disagreement with a potential passenger. Police in Bronxville issued a ticket on Saturday, Oct. 7 when a caller reported that he was having a disagreement with the driver, who refused to provide the cost of the fare from Lawrence Hospital into the Bronx.

Police Investigate Suspicious Man Who Forced Bronxville School To Lock Down

Bronxville Police received a call on Wednesday afternoon from an employee at St. Joseph's School who reported that the building was on lockdown because an unknown man entered the building on unknown business and they were unable to locate him. Officers from the Bronxville and Tuckahoe Police Departments were dispatched to the school, where they conducted a thorough search of the building, which determined that the man had left prior to their arrival.

Gilda’s Club Westchester and Newyork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital Form Cancer Support Partnership


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NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital and Gilda's Club Westchester are partnering on a new program that will bring Gilda's Club Westchester's widely acclaimed cancer support services to the Bronxville-based hospital. The partnership will allow patients at NYP Lawrence and the southern Westchester community to participate in the Gilda's Club Westchester programs, regardless of where they receive their cancer treatments.

Gilda’s Club Westchester and Newyork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital Form Cancer Support Partnership


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NewYork-Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital and Gilda's Club Westchester are partnering on a new program that will bring Gilda's Club Westchester's widely acclaimed cancer support services to the Bronxville-based hospital. The partnership will allow patients at NYP Lawrence and the southern Westchester community to participate in the Gilda's Club Westchester programs, regardless of where they receive their cancer treatments.

Police: Suspects Flee On Foot After Crashing Stolen Car From New Rochelle

Police are on the hunt for two suspects that were allegedly operating a stolen vehicle in New Rochelle, crashed in Yonkers and fled on foot, Bronxville Police said. Officers were on patrol at approximately 3:40 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 6 when they spotted the vehicle, which had been reported stolen, commit a stop sign violation at the intersection of Parkway Road and Westside Circle in Bronxville.

Case Closed: Former New Rochelle Elementary School Principal…


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It was a sad ending to a tragic situation when a beloved former New Rochelle elementary school administratorl was sentenced to three years probabtion for stealing money. Sonya Nunez, 45, of Bronxville, NY plead guilty on May 31, 2016 to one count of Petit Larceny.

Patricia B. Rittman

Patricia B. Rittman, of Chautauqua, N.Y., formerly of Bronxville, N.Y., passed from this world on Oct. 6, 2017, she was 90. Patricia was born Aug. 15, 1927, in Bronxville N.Y., to William and Anne Bybell.