Chipotle Opening New Restaurant In Westchester

Chipotle Mexican Grill is opening a new restaurant in Westchester at 798 Pelham Parkway in Pelham Manor on Thursday, Oct. 12. The first 25 customers will score a free Chipotle t-shirt and a buy one get one free coupon to use on a return visit. This will be Chipotle's fourth location in Westchester with other locations in White Plains, Rye Brook, and Yonkers.

F.Y.I.: The Bronx Airport That Never Was

... as "the world's largest airport on the shore of Eastchester Creek." Residents of the neighboring Village of Pelham Manor, understandably, did not like the idea of an airport in their backyard; although the village was located in Westchester County, ...

Joseph A. Barone Sr. Obituary


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... 16 Shea Pl, New Rochelle. A funeral Mass is scheduled for Monday 10 am at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, in Pelham Manor. Interment will follow at Gate of Heaven Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to United Hebrew Geriatric ...

Long History of Community Rowing in Pelham

When the Pelham Community Rowing Association held the ribbon cutting ceremony for the grand opening of its beautiful new boathouse on Glen Island on October 27, 2009, Pelhamites were continuing nearly a 120-year tradition of supporting the sport of rowing in the waters off the shores of Pelham. Among the first structures built on Travers Island by the New York Athletic Club when it opened its summer home in Pelham Manor in 1888 was a series of boat houses used to store, among other things, rowing shells used for training, racing, and recreation.

1877 Advertisement for Colonel Delancey Kane’s Pelham Coach Known as the ‘Tally Ho’

In 1876 a horse-drawn road coach known as "The Pelham Coach" began running between New York City's Hotel Brunswick and the "Pelham Manor" of yore. This road coach was not a simple hired coach that ferried passengers from New York City in the days before Henry Ford mass produced his Model T. Rather, this road coach was driven by Colonel Delancey Kane, one of the so-called "millionaire coachmen," who engaged in a sport known as "public coaching" or "road coaching" as it sometimes was called.

1877 Advertisement for Colonel Delancey Kane’s Pelham Coach Known as the ‘Tally Ho’

In 1876 a horse-drawn road coach known as "The Pelham Coach" began running between New York City's Hotel Brunswick and the "Pelham Manor" of yore. This road coach was not a simple hired coach that ferried passengers from New York City in the days before Henry Ford mass produced his Model T. Rather, this road coach was driven by Colonel Delancey Kane, one of the so-called "millionaire coachmen," who engaged in a sport known as "public coaching" or "road coaching" as it sometimes was called.

Raquel Tavarez, Gregory Sanchez

... company. He graduated from Sacred Heart University. He is a son of Marijane Funess and Richard N. Funess of Pelham Manor, N.Y. His mother is a director at Crenshaw Communications, a public relations agency in Manhattan. His father is the senior ...

The Bonnie Brae Inn Property Bought by the Pelham Country Club in 1920

There once stood on Boston Post Road in Pelham Manor and New Rochelle a beautiful tract of land with a lovely home known as "Bonnie Brae." Indeed, as you leave Pelham Manor and enter New Rochelle via Boston Post Road, if you look to the right near the bus stop, two large rough stone columns that once were part of the estate still stand -- the only reminders of what once was.

The Bonnie Brae Inn Property Bought by the Pelham Country Club in 1920

There once stood on Boston Post Road in Pelham Manor and New Rochelle a beautiful tract of land with a lovely home known as "Bonnie Brae." Indeed, as you leave Pelham Manor and enter New Rochelle via Boston Post Road, if you look to the right near the bus stop, two large rough stone columns that once were part of the estate still stand -- the only reminders of what once was.

Three More Pelham Train Wrecks

... of which I have written about before as well. See , e.g. : Bell, Blake A., Train Wrecks Near Depot Square in Pelham Manor, The Pelham Weekly , Vol. XIII, No. 44, Nov. 5, 2004, p. 13, col. 1. Wed., Sep. 21, 2016: Truck Smashed by Express Train Landed ...