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Bronxville-Eastchester Week In Review

Here are some of the top stories from the week of Aug. 13, 2012.

Bronxville-Eastchester Week In Review



  • After receiving word that her dog had run away, Eastchester resident Jennifer Vasquez learned two days later her dog Kira had been struck by a car.

  • The Yonkers Ave. project is moving along, but officials are still giving a time table of eight weeks, which had been given twice over the last two weeks.


  • After toiling for months over a new lease agreement with the Town of Eastchester, the Girl Scout Cabin located on Highland Ave. in Eastchester will remain in their possession and a new lease has been signed.


  • A Bronxville High School Junior finds a creative way to connect with the seniors at Gramatan Village.

  • Kristin Maile has been named Director of Athletics and Physical Education at the college after serving six years as Director of Athletics at Cedar Crest College.

  • Village DPW crews will be out in full force for the next few months repairing residential roadways, here are a list of roads slated for work this week.

  • Patch wants to know which stop signs around Bronxville, Eastchester and Tuckahoe are the most disregarded?


  • Here are a few events taking place around the Bronxville-Eastchester area. Be sure and add any local events we may have missed to our calendar!

  • Started by chef and owner Dominic Cesarini, The Quarry Restaurant has a bi-level, 70-seat dining room, and a bar and lounge and serves a variety of dishes for lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch.

  • Ex-NFL player and class of 1984 graduate from Eastchester High School Eric Andrew Naposki has been sentenced in California to life in prison for murdering his lover’s wealthy live-in boyfriend nearly two decades ago.


  • As vacate spaces surface, Patch is asking what the community would like to see open in Bronxville, Eastchester or Tuckahoe.

  • Looking for a new job? The Bronxville Chamber of Commerce announced many job openings in this month's newsletter.

  • With their corporate office located on Valley Rd. in Bronxville, the Realtor has put together an excellent three minute video about the Village, with residents and Mayor Marvin adding perspective.

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