Presents, roasts, visitors, caroling and traveling may have kept you busy last week and from following your local news. We hope you enjoyed the holidays, took time off from work and relaxed a little. And as you return to the reality of post-holiday life, we thought we’d make it a little easier for you to catch up. Here are the top five stories you may have missed last week.
Kindly Fruits Opens in Rye
Customers can shop with a clear conscious at the new Kindly Fruits store that offers only Fair Trade items in Rye. You’ll find unique, quality-made goods from around the world at Kindly Fruits, located at 15 Purchase Street, on the side of the Arcade Books building.
Library Director Resigns
Rye Free Reading Room Director Kitty Little will leave the library in February. Little told Patch that a lack of municipal funding has prevented her from running all the programs she had hoped to establish there.
On Dec. 22 the Journal News published a database of gun ownership in Westchester County. Their map shows that Rye residents own fewer guns then the communities that surround the city and the most registered gun owners live along Forest Avenue.
January Marks One Year for Rye Brook Bar Method Owner
For the last year, The Bar Method’s latest owner, Sara Giller, has focused on expanding class offerings and developing a healthy community both in and outside of her studio in Rye Brook. (A great place to check out if your New Year's resolution
Top 10 Stories in 2012
Check out this list of the top ten most read stories on Rye Patch in 2012.