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Port Chester to make Nov. 25 small business day
Mix used pedestrian and traffic streets, more parking structures and pedestrian are some of the proposals up for consideration for Port Chester. Ricky Flores/lohud PORT CHESTER - The village Board of Trustees voted earlier this month to make Saturday, Nov. 25 Port Chester Small Business Day on Nov.
VIDEO: Rollover on Route 17 in Goshen
An SUV rolled over on Route 17 Westbound in Goshen Wednesday night between exits 122A and 122. No other details are available at this time. An SUV rolled over on Route 17 Westbound in Goshen Wednesday night between exits 122A and 122. No other details are available at this time.
6-year-old girl fatally struck by school bus in Kiryas Joel
BY ERIKA NORTON KIRYAS JOEL - The Kiryas Joel community is mourning the loss of a six-year-old girl, after she was fatally struck by a school bus in the Village of Kiryas Joel on Friday, Nov. 10. According to New York State Police in Monroe, at 11:15 a.m., a Kiryas Joel School District bus travelin
Three-car crash on I-684 claims one life
TOWN OF SOUTHEAST - A Danbury, Connecticut man was killed when his car crashed into the back of a dump truck that entered Interstate 684 north of exit 9W in the Town of Southeast on Thursday, State Police said. Jon Slater, 54, rear-ended the dump truck when the commercial vehicle entered the roadway
I-84 reopens after crash closes eastbound lanes
Interstate 84 eastbound was closed in the vicinity of exit 5 at Maybrook due to an accident involving a tractor trailer and a car. At least one person is reported to be seriously hurt. The interstate was open and traffic movig again by 2:15 p.m. Further details about the crash were not immediately a
Schervier Pavilion residents celebrate Veteran's Day
WARWICK - Representatives from Warwick's American Legion Post 214 and VFW Post 4662 joined Schervier Pavilion residents, families and staff to help celebrate Veteran's Day, a special event for the residents who proudly served in all branches of military service, many as far back as World War II. The
Steve Israel: There's still plenty to be thankful for
Sometimes, the world seems to be spinning off its axis. We're torn by politics - among our families, friends and across this great land. We're stung by hate - in that march in Charlottesville, at the desecrated Jewish cemetery in the Town of Warwick, by anti-Semitic graffiti in Liberty, anywhere you
Sullivan's welfare fraud crackdown paying dividends
Todora says the "see something, say something" motto applies to rooting out welfare fraud MONTICELLO - With the arrest of four more accused of various forms of welfare fraud, Sullivan County officials say their effort is paying dividends. Taking credit is the county's new Welfare Fraud Task Force.
Five things to do in Brookline
1. Enjoy an evening of music from the "golden age" of American music at the Goddard House on Nov. 16. Musician Jim Kellerman will put on a "lively and interactive show" at 165 Chestnut St. in Brookline at 7 p.m. 2. Don't miss the Brookline Arts Center's annual Artist Marketplace from Nov. 17 to Nov.
Help Find Missing Cat In Brookline: Police
BROOKLINE, MA - A cat's gone missing from the Cypress Road area and the police are now asking for folks to keep a look out for him. Diva, an adult male cat, has been missing since Sunday from the High Street, Cypress Street area. He is friendly and gentle, may still be wearing a cloth blue and whit
What's next for Hancock Village
On the second night of Brookline special Town Meeting on Nov. 15, Town Meeting members voted down a series of zoning articles related to Hancock Village. The articles, termed "Big Bertha" by Town Moderator Edward Gadsby, were the final product of negotiations between the town and developer, Chestnu
Uber driver charged with dealing heroin
An Uber driver accused of selling heroin out of his car to undercover state troopers six times is due back in South Boston Municipal Court today after cops found nearly 500 doses' worth of the drug in his vehicle and his Lawrence home, prosecutors said. Ariel Pimental, 26, pleaded not guilty Wednesd
Police: Uber Driver Sold Heroin to Undercover Troopers
Investigators say Ariel Pimental was trafficking in drugs while working as an Uber driver. The 26-year-old Lawrence man was busted after allegedly selling heroin to undercover Massachusetts State Police troopers. The investigation began this summer when detectives received a tip that Pimental was di
Report: Pair moved drugs in court
Three court officers are being investigated after a mother and daughter were charged with trying to smuggle heroin to prisoners inside Brockton Superior Court, officials said. Christine Lozanne, 54, of Norwood, and her daughter, Tineisha Lozanne, 25, of Dorchester, pleaded not guilty yesterday in Br
Celtics: Jaylen Brown plays on with a heavy heart
BOSTON - Jaylen Brown was so upset over the shocking death of his best friend in Atlanta on Wednesday night, he didn't think he could play Thursday against the Golden State Warriors. Then the mother of his late best friend, Trevin Steede, called and talked him into playing. Brown scored a team-high
New Stonehill scholarship available to local residents
Diane and Peter Capodilupo, graduates of Stonehill College, have established an endowed scholarship to benefit Stonehill students from West Roxbury, Roslindale, Dedham and Hyde Park. The scholarship was awarded for the first time this fall to Emily O'Connor, an accounting major from Dedham. "Stonehi
Recycle Your Art Out exhibit returns Dec. 1
Recycle Your Art Out, sponsored by the Commission For a Clean County (CCC), will open this year's exhibit at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 1, in the lobby of the Waynesville Municipal Building, 9 S. Main St., Waynesville. The exhibit features life-size sculptures made by Haywood County students from recycl
STAR Ranch to host Holiday Hoedown on Dec. 2
STAR Ranch is hosting a Holiday Hoedown on Saturday, Dec. 2, at Barn Star Events, located at 2436 Jonathan Creek Road, Waynesville. There will be hayrides from 4 to 5 p.m.; tickets cost $5 for adults and $2 for children. A barbecue dinner will begin at 5 p.m., followed by dancing. Tickets cost $25 a
High-speed chase ends with shots fired
Two Haywood County men are behind bars after allegedly attempting to kill two Haywood County deputies. According to court documents, the incident occurred last Wednesday night when a deputy attempted to pull over Robert Douglas Parks, 42, of Canton, and Douglas Ray Parks, 44, of Waynesville. The men
Is new Russ Ave too wide?
Too wide. That was the message from several members of the community who turned out for a public input meeting Tuesday on a $17.5 million redesign of Russ Avenue, the busy commercial corridor leading into Waynesville. Russ Avenue's footprint will grow substantially due to a median running its entire