New development project to start near Mt. Kisco

September 18, 2017 by  

The mixed-use Wrights Court development across the street from the Il Forno Trattoria restaurant in Somers is currently being developed by the restaurant’s owners, Rick and [Read more]

Mt. Kisco train station to become home to new eatery

August 16, 2017 by  

Once approval has been granted by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Joe Bueti will be opening an Italian restaurant in the [Read more]

Distinguished women win receive awards in Mt. Kisco

July 10, 2017 by  

Senator Terrence Murphy recently honored two Town Clerks and an EMT as recipients of the Women of Distinction Award of the 40th Senate District for 2017.

The ceremony was held at [Read more]

Mt. Kisco set to welcome new Pilates studio

June 8, 2017 by  

Club Pilates Mount Kisco will be coming to Mt. Kisco later this summer. It is a fitness studio for Pilates that will be operated by Sarah Gevinski, who has a background in asset management, event planning, and retail buying.

Clients at the studio [Read more]

Seafood store marks 40 years in business

May 13, 2017 by  

Mt. Kisco Seafood Day was recently declared, as Mt. Kisco Seafood celebrated its 40th anniversary.

Joe DiMauro, current owner of [Read more]

Bridge construction to help withstand weather damage

April 9, 2017 by  

The Saw Mill River Parkway, near the town line between New Castle and Mt. Kisco, will be undergoing a project at the cost of just over $17m to help control flooding and road closures.

The bridge over the Kisco River will be [Read more]

Burger restaurant to come to Mt. Kisco

March 6, 2017 by  

Bareburger will be moving into the space once occupied for decades by Friendly’s on East Main Street in Mt. Kisco. Friendly’s was closed in 2014, but locals will now have a new eatery to try out.

It has been confirmed by [Read more]

Mt. Kisco loving feeling expands to lower Westchester

February 13, 2017 by  

A sister store of the company behind Café of Love and Ladle of Love in Mt. Kisco is planning a special opening of its new store.

Leslie Lampert, owner of the new store and founder of the restaurant and catering group, Love Hospitality, based in Mt. Kisco, described the new Ladle of Love Bronxville as a “gourmet take-out” shop. Its menu offerings will include salads, soups, sandwiches, and other comfort food, with ingredients sourced from the local area and driven by the season.

Lampert said she had looked at many other locations in Southern Westchester County, but found the Bronxville location to be ideal. It is much smaller than its siblings in Mt. Kisco, as she likes these types of spaces where she can maximize the square footage, and she hopes to expand the idea to other parts of the county.

Mt. Kisco is where the food will be prepared so that the same quality and consistency can be maintained across all stores.

Lambert said she waited to open the store tomorrow, Valentine’s Day, in keeping with the romantic theme of the store.

Lambert might benefit from the assistance of a local printing company to promote the uniqueness of the store and its concept with special posters and flyers advertising the free soup kisses that will be available on opening day.

New occupancy tax raises funds for Mt. Kisco

January 25, 2017 by  

Mt. Kisco will be benefitting from legislation recently signed by Governor Andrew Cuomo. [Read more]

Westchester pays tribute to seniors for their dedication and service

December 19, 2016 by  

The luncheon of the 34th annual Senior Citizens Hall of Fame Awards was recently held in Tarrytown at the Westchester Marriott.

There were 58 senior citizens from throughout Westchester County who were honored at the luncheon, including J. Michael Cindrich of Mt. Kisco, one of four recipients of the Special Recognition Award.

County Executive Robert P. Astorino said at the ceremony that these people have been inducted into the Senior Citizens Hall of Fame in acknowledgement of their dedication to others and their service to the community. This ceremony is a longstanding tradition in the County and is a way to thank these seniors for their commitment, energy, and time to improve the quality of life of those in the community.

The Westchester County Department of Senior Programs and Services (DSPS) and Westchester County Livable Communities are sponsors of the Senior Citizens Hall of Fame along with Jansen Hospice and Palliative Care in Scarsdale as a co-sponsor.

Commissioner of the DSPS, Mae Carpenter, commented that these seniors demonstrate that one can still be a vital member of the community at any age, and their contributions help to make the County the senior-friendly one that it is.

The Senior Hall of Fame might consider hiring a local print company to print mailers that can be sent to those throughout the County informing its residents of these accomplishments.

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