Snowfall Projections Increase For Storm Headed To Pound Ridge

The Nor’easter that swept through the area late Monday into early Wednesday mainly affected areas farther inland, especially north and west, with up to 26 inches reported in parts of Dutchess County. A new storm system that will arrive in the area Saturday will have the opposite impact, with areas closer to the coast, especially south and east, now expected to see 6 inches or more of accumulation.

Shapiro Auctions announces sale of European, Asian and Russian art

Where else can you find the following under one roof — Jewish happiness, a famous Russian ballerina, Chinese and French nudes, a sculpture of Czar Peter the Great, and a Stalin-era Soviet propaganda papier-mache desk set? These items are among Shapiro Auctions ‘ more than 300 lots of European and Asian paintings, Russian sculpture and fine art, Faberge, rare books, militaria, Soviet posters, and inscribed photographs. Shapiro’s spring sale takes place at the company’s headquarters in New York City on Saturday March 18. The auction’s highlights include works by Chinese artists from the estate of Milton Gelfand in Pound Ridge, New York.

Lewisboro, Pound Ridge Team Up For Solarize Chapter

The new chapter, which is called Solarize Lewisboro-Pound Ridge, will provide a solar-discount program for homeowners who are looking to install panels. “Solarize Lewisboro-Pound Ridge encourages increased adoption of solar electricity systems by offering lower installation costs through economies of scale,” the newly formed chapter announced.

Pair Of Storms Could Bring Rounds Of Snow To Pound Ridge

A dramatic upswing in temperatures early this week could end with separate rounds of snow late this week that could be the first of several disruptive snowstorms to hit the northeast in mid-March, according to AccuWeather.com. “The Northeast has had everything from frigid cold this weekend and warm spells early this week but has largely avoided snow recently,” AccuWeather Chief Meteorologist Elliot Abrams said.

ALVES v. SANTOS

… *, went to visit defendants, their longtime friends, for a Memorial Day weekend barbeque at defendants’ home in Pound Ridge, New York. The Alves family arrived at approximately 1:00 p.m. and shortly afterwards, decedent and Mr. Santos began …

Pound Ridge man charged with stealing shotgun

Matthew Blasco, 22, of Westchester Avenue in Pound Ridge, NY, turned himself in to police in New Canaan, CT on Feb. 25, 2017 for allegedly stealing a shotgun from a barn in New Canaan. Matthew Blasco, 22, of Westchester Avenue in Pound Ridge, NY, turned himself in to police in New Canaan, CT on Feb. 25, 2017 for allegedly stealing a shotgun from a barn in New Canaan.

Motorist Extricated After Crash In Pound Ridge

While Pound Ridge volunteer firefighters were busy getting ready for their second annual Pancake Breakfast Saturday evening, they received a call for help following a crash on East Woods Road. Members quickly assembled and responded with Assistant Chief Justine Brent first on the scene who found the car on its side with the driver unable to get out, said Capt.

Stormy Saturday For Pound Ridge: Dense Fog, Heavy Rain, Gusty Winds

A stormy Saturday in the Hudson Valley has started with thick fog that will be followed by rain that is expected to be heavy at times and accompanied by strong, gusty winds. Rain is likely to begin falling around noon, with the rain becoming heavy with a possible thunderstorm after 4 p.m. Up to a quarter of an inch of rain is likely during the day Saturday, which should see a daytime high of around 60 degrees.

Learn How To Geomap In Pound Ridge

Geomapping involves the addition of data on mapping items, such as plant life, for Geographic Information Systems (GIS), the library notes. Pound Ridge has its own GIS system and the town’s Conservation Board is seeking volunteers to help update it, according to the library.

Westchester Offering Affordable Housing

Attached is a flyer with new Affordable Homeownership Opportunities in Westchester County, courtesy Legislator Catherine Parker, with an Application Deadline set for April 24, 2017. Available are Condos, Single and Three Family Homes located in: Bedford, Buchanan, Cortlandt, Harrison, Lewisboro, Mount Pleasant, North Castle, Pelham Manor, Pound Ridge, Somers and Yorktown.

Tiny homes are getting big

… Adams by partner Mitch Bresett’s father in 1987. Following his father’s death, Bresett relaunched the company in Pound Ridge, N.Y., in 2015. But for the past eight months, B&B has quietly worked in the former Berkshire Gas facility on Old Columbia …

Pound Ridge Cupid Delivers Gifts To 150 Seniors

The organizers of this year’s Project Pound Ridge Cupid reported a successful drive, which gifts being delivered to 150 seniors. The success came, the announcement noted, despite having to postpone the drive from Sunday to Monday, which was done due to inclement weather.

Pound Ridge Man Shot, Killed While Visiting Grandchild In Midwest

What was supposed to be a joyous occasion for a Pound Ridge man and his wife visiting St. Louis, Mo., to meet their new grandchild turned into a nightmare when he was shot and killed Friday during an attempted carjacking, according to multiple reports. Kenneth Spalter, 72, was shot once in the throat around 10 p.m., as he and his 71-year-old wife got out of their vehicle and two men approached and demanded their keys and the car on the 3800 block of Juniata Street, reported the St. Louis Post-Dispatch .

John M. Lalli, C.O.O. Recognized as a Prominent Business Leader and a …

John M. Lalli of Pound Ridge, New York has been recognized as a Prominent Business Leader and Top Executive for 2016 and 2017 by Strathmore’s Who’s Who Worldwide Edition for his outstanding contributions and achievements with over 35 years of technology and business experience in the field of Information Technology. About John M. Lalli, C.O.O. Mr. Lalli is the Chief Operating Officer and Managing Director of Blue Hill Data Services and Computer Alternative Processing Sites , which are national IT managed hosting and colocation services providers supporting global clients, and are now the only fully managed services provider delivering all services from on-shore USA.

Be Like Cupid With Gift Giving To Pound Ridge Seniors

For Valentine’s Day season, Pound Ridgers are invited to volunteer and bring gifts to the town’s senior citizens. The annual drive, known as Project Pound Ridge Cupid, urges participants to make homemade baked goods, such as cookies and cupcakes, along with cards, and deliver them to recipients.

Eye On The Storm: Warning Issued For Pound Ridge, 6-10 Inches Expected

Projected snowfall totals for the winter storm expected to arrive in the area late Wednesday night have been increased with up to 10 inches now possible in some spots of the Hudson Valley. A Winter Storm Warning, issued by the National Weather Service, will be in effect on Thursday for Westchester, Putnam, Rockland and Dutchess from midnight until 6 p.m., Wednesday will be marked by warmth with unseasonably high temperatures in the low-50s under partly sunny skies.

Motorist Extricated After One-Car Crash In Pound Ridge

The one-car crash occurred around 4:30 a.m. Saturday at the intersection of West Lane and Pound Ridge Road, according to the Pound Ridge Volunteer Fire Department. The Pound Ridge Volunteer Ambulance Corps and Westchester EMS, who also responded, found the motorist still inside the vehicle with airbags deployed.

TUESDAY: Garden Clubs Bring Flower Power to Rye Free Reading Room

On Tuesday, February 7, 2017,the Garden Club of Rye and The Little Garden Club of Rye is inviting the general public to attend a floral design program given by Dana Worlock at 10:30am at the Rye Library. Dana Worlock is the creative force behind a floral design and garden consulting company and Hedgerow, a flower shop in Pound Ridge, NY.

Lawsuit Claims Richard Gere, Bedford Post Inn Withheld Employees’ Tips

The Bedford Post Inn, which was owned by Pound Ridge resident and actor Richard Gere, withheld tips from employees for years according to a lawsuit by a former caterer reported in lohud.com. The lawsuit, filed Jan. 16 in Westchester Supreme and County Court, states that the inn assessed a mandatory 22 percent service charge for catered events and banquets since January 2011 and failed to disclose it to more than 40 affected employees, the report said.