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  1. SCARSDALE SCHOOLS: Pam Fuehrer and Art Rublin nominated for Scarsdale Board of Education; Draft school budget shows decrease

  2. WEATHER: Good riddance to winter 2015!

  3. LIBRARY: Library master plan takes next step

  4. VILLAGE: New mayor, trustees elected, Residents challenge the 2016 reval

  5. EDGEMONT: Jennifer Darger and Brian Yarrington seek re-election to school board

  6. SPORTS: Greg Crowley anchors state title relay

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  A recipe for camp — without the gluten

By JULIE SCHNEYER


PHOTOS BY JESSE SCHERER

Kids enjoying a meal at camp. The camp now offers a gluten-free menu option which has proven to be successful for kids with dietary restrictions.

 

Jesse Scherer’s family business is celebrating its 50th anniversary. Since 1963, his family has owned and operated Camp Eagle Hill in Elizaville, in Columbia County about 90 miles north of New York City. In difficult economic times where businesses struggle to succeed, 50 years-plus is a true milestone.

Scherer, an Edgemont resident and father of two, grew up at the camp and is now the second-generation owner. His parents, both teachers, started the camp with about 60 children. Today, that number has quadrupled, serving about 250 kids from all over the tristate area and providing them with a summer filled with all the perks of a general sleep-away camp: athletics, arts and swimming. But that’s not all. Read more >

 

EDITORIALS

A chilling case: part II

In what could be the most costly bathroom break in history, Robert Durst mutters, “I killed them all, of course.”

“Them all,” in this case, includes Kathleen McCormack Durst, his wife who vanished from her South Salem home in 1982. On Jan. 30, we heralded Andrew Jarecki’s new HBO series, “The Jinx,” a re-examination of the disappearance of Durst’s wife, the death of his friend Susan Berman in Los Angeles, the killing and dismemberment of Morris Black, in Galveston, in 2000.

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Girl’s Basketball Raiders play at Westcheter County Center for the first time since 2008-09

Jon Thaler photos

Comic fable at SHS

The Scarsdale High School Drama Club will present Neil Simon’s comedy “Fools” Friday, March 27 and Saturday, March 28, at 7:30 p.m. at the school. Rehearsing are Dillon Orlando as Leon Tolchinsky, Isabella Bailey as Sophia Zubritsky, Megan Reynolds as Lenya Zubritsky and Ellis Jones as Dr. Zubritsky.

March 13, 2015

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$#@&%! potholes!

Ah spring, the season of warm breezes, dainty flowers and muttered expletives as drivers careen into the potholes cratering local streets. Sometimes it’s just a rude jolt, but it often does real damage, causing a flat tire or bent wheel rim.

Readers may be surprised to learn that New York State exempts itself from liability for damage caused by potholes on state roads like Post Road, Weaver Street and West Hartsdale Avenue. The exemption is in effect from Nov. 15 to May 1.

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