Below is a list of updates, things to do, things not to do, meetings, closings, openings, things you need to know/might want to know. We will …

At the Scarsdale Sidewalk Sale July 27 to Aug. 1, The Scarsdale Inquirer sponsored a contest to win gift certificates from local merchants. Hundreds of folks stopped by our booth at the corner of Boniface Circle and Spencer Place where we off…

Amy Hu, an 11th grader at Scarsdale High School, learned the Shiloh Baptist Church in New Rochelle would provide a shower service for the homeless July 22. Because of COVID-19, many places where the homeless normally shower are closed, so a l…

Monday evening, Aug. 3, the Scarsdale community finally got a look at the school district’s reopening plan, an 84-page document that will likely go through more changes before and after being sent to New York State for review on Friday, Aug. 7.

In two virtual forums held Wednesday, July 29, Edgemont school administrators presented proposed hybrid schedules — a combination of in-person and distance learning — for the elementary and junior/senior high schools as they resume instructio…

While the opening of schools in New York State essentially comes down to three options — in-person, distance learning or a hybrid — the possibilities for interscholastic athletics are much more complex. If there are sports at all, athletic de…

William (Bill) Benn Schreiber, formerly of Scarsdale and Vero Beach, Florida, died July 10 at his home. He was 82.

Dominick DiLorenzo, a 38-year resident of Garth Road, died July 20 at White Plains Hospital. He was 98 years old.

Rita (Fang-Yuh) Chen Kuo, a longtime resident of Edgemont, died June 27 after a brief illness.