Sarah Thornton Clifford
MyhometownBronxville: Who are we?
We are your neighbors, and there are enough of us for at least one of us to be the friend of at least one of you. Some of us grew up here, and most of us have had or still have children at the Bronxville School.
We, like so many of you, have volunteered our time in the community and care about it deeply. And, like you, we want to know as much as we can about what is happening in our village--at Village Hall, at the schools, the Planning and Zoning Boards, the library, at places of worship, in the business district and the real estate market and what is currently engaging the service, cultural and political organizations here.
MyhometownBronxville does this by providing the latest news, sports, events and information about Bronxville. We also have a Bulletin Board where people and organizations can post items for sale, events and services and a weekly Local Life & Style email that keeps readers informed about all the great items and services of local businesses. We also offer special special themed ad programs around special events and holidays.
Our staff is headed by our publisher and editor Sarah Thornton-Clifford, who grew up in Bronxville, and, after college at Princeton and earning a master’s degree at the Yale School of Management, spent 19 years at Time, Inc., in finance, marketing, sales and management roles.
Jeannie Murrer and Susan Quinn DeJoy are our sports reporters. Neely Bower and Allaire Warner are our feature photographers. Many other community members also contribute to MyhometownBronxville.
So here we are. We welcome you all to our virtual pages!
The Bronxville Green Committee is a volunteer organization under Village government. We work with the Trustees and Village staff on programs that promote clean energy initiatives and sustainable ways of living. Our programs include The Bronxville Giving Garden, a community garden whose produce is donated to local groups; Take Back Day, when we collect items to be recycled; and Pollinator Pathways, which encourages adding native plants to our gardens. We believe everyone can make a difference by adopting simple, sustainable practices in daily life so we can work together to protect what we love -- our families, our homes and our town.