Category Archives: Pictures
In the first snow storm since October, the members of Mount Kisco’s Highway Department are cleaning up the roads. By about noon, the main roads were clear. As the pictures below show, Route 117 south of Guard Hill (left) and … Continue reading
Yesterday, in Mount Kisco, there was a moving ceremony to dedicate Mount Kisco’s 9/11 Memorial. The ceremony, presided over by Mount Kisco and former New York City Firefighter Richard Alexander featured the fire department and ambulance corps with a moving … Continue reading
Please see the pictures below from Sunday morning in Mount Kisco: Top Row: Flooding on South Moger and in Shoppers’ Park Middle Row: 9/11 Memorial stands tall despite flooding; view of flooding behind library; flooding in front of American Legion … Continue reading
As the weather begins to heat up, the boys of summer will start their playoffs. On Tuesday, June 7, the Mount Kisco Little League playoffs start with Banks Shapiro Gettinger & Waldinger playing Whalen’s Moving and Elks Club playing Bueti’s … Continue reading
On Friday, March 18, the Mount Kisco Elementary School Association transformed the MKES cafeteria into an Italian restaurant. The meal featured family style antipasto with homemade meatballs and sauce served by the most enthusiastic wait staff in Mount Kisco. Special … Continue reading
I was on the road and was asked to pick up some grated cheese and stopped at A&S Marketplace on 681 E. Main Street at the corner of E. Main Street (Route 117) and Lexington Avenue. This was first time … Continue reading
The pictures below are from today’s Mount Kisco’s St. Patrick’s Day. George Griffin (upper left) served as the parade’s grand marshall.
Formed in early 2009, Fox Lane Sports Booster Club is a non-profit organization supporting the Bedford Central School District’s athletic programs and students. On Saturday, January 22, the Fox Lane Sports Booster Club held its second annual “Basketball for Boosters … Continue reading
As a result of the record snowfall this January, Mount Kisco’s Leonard Park has been home to great sledding.