Scarsdale and Edgemont Girl Scouts participated in the annual Day of Service event on Jan. 20  in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Older scouts planned and led kindergartners through fifth-graders in project-making which helped veterans, senio…

The Scarsdale Fire Department swore in nine volunteer fire officers Jan. 14 at its annual membership meeting. The officers are slated to hold a two-year term and have a wide variety of responsibilities.

Destination College received $4,000 from the Scarsdale Woman’s Club to help with its mission to turn athletes into student-athletes. DC supports approximately 200 high school athletes, boys and girls at underserved high schools in Westchester…

Improvement and promise define the Scarsdale wrestling team’s performance this past weekend at the annual Scarsdale Invitational Tournament. The Raiders took seventh place out of 15 teams, competing against top tier teams from Long Island, as…

Swim and dive coaches love newcomers, whether they will be molded into the future of the team or come in and make an immediate impact. The Ardsley/Hastings/Edgemont/Dobbs Ferry/Irvington and Scarsdale boys have seen that come to fruition over…

Pamela Sklar always knew she would be a musician. Hailing from a family of professional musicians, she never decided she was going to become one — it was something she always just “knew.” A flutist and composer, Sklar has collaborated with en…

John Newton (“Jack”) Kaspers, formerly of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, and White Plains, New York, died Jan. 3 at age 62. He was the father of …