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  1. Peter Strauss to receive the Scarsdale Bowl

  2. VILLAGE: Cops’ contract sent to committee; zoning changes approved; Planning board’s private talks OK’d

  3. EDGEMONT: EHS student found after community mobilization; Taking technology to the top

  4. SCARSDALE SCHOOLS:
    11 elected to join SBNC; BOE mulls budget and veterans tax exemption

  5. A&E: ‘Friends to Lovers”: A social experiment plays out

  6. SPORTS: Raider wrestlers top Garden City

  7. EDITORIAL: The spirit of MLK

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Scarsdale's Alexis Kline (12) drives past New Rochelle's Stephanie Ryder (21) during girls basketball game at Scarsdale High School on Monday, Jan. 12. Scarsdale won 53-50.

By VALERIE ABRAHAMS
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Students enrolled in the course City 2.0 take part in storm simulations at Scarsdale High School on Jan. 7.

 

When this reporter arrived on the scene 24 hours into Superstorm Godzilla, a storm surge had flooded subways and tunnels, only 75 percent of residents had evacuated zones 1 and 2 despite dangerously flooded conditions, and the stock market had closed. A controversy had arisen over the evacuation of pets and PETA, an animal rights group, was protesting at City Hall.  Read more >

 

SPOTLIGHT

Superstorm Godzilla takes Manhattan

Jon Mark nominated for mayor

The Citizens Nominating Committee has chosen former village trustee Jonathan Mark for mayor, and, in its final meeting Sunday afternoon, nominated Carl Finger and Matthew Callahan for trustee. The CNC renominated Trustee William Stern but did not renominate Trustee Tom Martin for a second term.
Mark, a 39-year resident of Scarsdale, attended the Griffen Avenue School and Quaker Ridge School and graduated from Scarsdale High School in 1965. He received his B.A. degree from Dartmouth in 1969 and his law degree from Columbia in 1974.  

Mark is a corporate law partner in the New York City law firm of Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP. During his two terms as a village trustee (2010-2014), he served at various times as fire commissioner, police commissioner and deputy mayor. He is chairman of the 2014-2015 Scarsdale Bowl Committee.  Read more >

January 16, 2015

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Announcing

STORM READINESS

A message from the Mayor

Good Afternoon,

This is Bob Steves, Mayor, of the Village of Scarsdale with an important message. Due to the major area snow storm event, I have declared a state of emergency beginning at 9PM, tonight, January 26, 2015. Accordingly for the safety of residents and to facilitate the snow removal operations, all vehicular traffic and parking is prohibited on any street within the Village of Scarsdale. To assist residents in this regard, the Freightway Parking Garage is available for parking while the State of Emergency remains in effect.  Read more >

THE 2015 SNOWMAN CONTEST

Can you build the best snowman in the Village?

The Scarsdale Department of Parks, Recreation,  Conservation presents the 2015 snowman contest. Build your best snow creation, submit it to the Recreation Department, and be entered to win a prize!

CLICK HERE FOR OFFICIAL CONTEST RULES  REGULATIONS <https://www.scarsdale.com/Portals/0/Programs/snowman_contest.pdf>

All entries must be submitted by Thursday, January 29th.

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Education 2015

Our annual special section on education trends. Discover the latest information on college to real world transition, private vs. public schools and technology in education.

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