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Westchester County Exec George Latimer Addresses Local Summit
At the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Local Summit's December 11 breakfast program, Westchester County Executive George Latimer shared highlights of his first year in office and discussed key initiatives that are underway.
Six From Fairfield County Charged With DWI In NY State Police Stops
New York State Police troopers busted more than a dozen motorists who were allegedly driving while impaired over the weekend in the Hudson Valley. On Saturday, Dec. 8, State Police troopers from Cortlandt arrested Santiago M. Raymundo, 26, of New Rochelle, for DWI. He was traveling on Route 9 in Cro
Golf: Westchester County keeping courses open until Dec. 30
Unless there’s an intervention from Mother Nature, five of the Westchester County golf courses will remain open until Dec. 30. Maple Moor is undergoing a major renovation and is already closed.
Police: Northport woman seen on video stealing packages arrested
A Northport woman was arrested late Tuesday after she was caught on video stealing several packages from outside an East Northport residence, police said. Deborah Amato, 60, was observed taking the packages from the front stoop of a residence on Montrose Lane at 1:50 p.m. Tuesday, Suffolk County pol
SUNY Purchase Student Is Arrested In Relation To Nazi Posters
A suspect has been arrested in connection with Nazi-themed posters found on a college campus in Westchester County, New York. SUNY Purchase College Police Chief Dayton Tucker on Tuesday said a student had been arrested in relation to the posters found Sunday on campus. The student was charged with f
Westchester County Human Rights Commission Proposal to Fight Hate Crimes
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), a document adopted by the United Nations General Assembly guaranteeing freedoms to all peoples was adopted in Paris, France on Dec. 10, 1948.
Offender Convicted Of Sexually Abusing Woman Reports Move To Yonkers
A registered sex offender convicted of sexually abusing a 30-year-old woman has reported a move into Westchester County. The New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services issued an alert this week to Westchester residents regarding the residency of 52-year-old Kenneth Goode, who has reported
Mohegan Lake Speeder Was Unlicensed Driver: Yorktown Cops
YORKTOWN, NY — A Peekskill woman faces driving charges in Yorktown after an officer stopped her for speeding Monday. Elissa L. Liaz-Daboy, 38, faces a misdemeanor charge of third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle as well as the speeding ticket.
Teen Sentenced For Fatal Hit-Run Involving Mercedes-Benz In Greenwich
The teenager who admitted to the driver of a Mercedes-Benz in a 2016 fatal hit-and-run has been sentenced to jail time. Greenwich resident Andrew Schmidt, 19, has been sentenced to two years in prison after pleading guilty earlier this year to the April 2016 hit-and-run that took the life of Edward
Runners Relay Football Over 150 Miles to Deliver It to Army-Navy Game
Clad in neon shirts, the Army marathon team took off from the famous steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art around 3 p.m. on December 7. Having already trekked 150 miles from West Point, New York, the team had only five miles left before the mission was completed.
4 Weekend DWI Arrests in Cortlandt, Peekskill
CORTLANDT, NY — State police in Troop K charged 18 drivers with impairment over the weekend. Four were in Cortlandt and Peekskill. On December 7, State Police from SP Cortlandt arrested Grzegorz Kloskowski, 46, of Carmel, NY, for DWI. He was traveling on the Bear Mountain Parkway in the city of Peek
Teacher Arrested On Drug Charges After Showing Up At Hospital With Stabbed Man
CLARKSTOWN, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) – A Pearl River teacher has been arrested on drug charges after a man she was with was stabbed on Saturday and the pair showed up at an emergency room, police said.
Traffic: Crash closes Hutchinson River Parkway southbound
The parkway is closed at Exit 19 at Wilmot Road. A car crash has closed the Hutchinson River Parkway southbound in New Rochelle this morning. The crash occurred at 5:08 a.m. and involved a rollover and multiple vehicles, Westchester County police said. The parkway is closed southbound at Exit 19 at
Decision On New Castle Traffic Plan, New Whole Foods Opening Date Expected This Week
Answers may be coming soon as local officials continue to debate the traffic problems surrounding Chappaqua Crossings and the now-delayed grand opening of Whole Foods in the area.
Police: Teen Placed Neo-Nazi Flyers at Hudson Valley School
A teen is facing felony charges after police say he put up pro-Nazi flyers on the campus of a Hudson Valley college. On Tuesday, 18-year-old Gunnar Hassard of Oneonta was charged with aggravated harassment, a felony.
Spring Valley DPW chief charged with DWI in crash
Robert Johnson was arrested on Sunday. A Spring Valley official has been accused of driving drunk in a village SUV after a crash in Sloatsburg on Sunday. Robert Johnson, the superintendent of Spring Valley's Department of Public Works, was arrested after a crash on Route 17, Ramapo police Capt. Mart
Rappers retreat on Lake Oscawana on the market for $325K
It doesn't look it, but a modest cottage on Putnam Valley's Lake Oscawana has something of a reputation as a rappers retreat. Set up on a hill, which affords great views of the Appalachians in the distance and a lot of privacy, the home has lake rights and access to a dock on the 40-foot deep, 364-a
Registration's Open for Peekskill's 7th Annual Polar Plunge
From This is Me Foundation:Local residents will be plunging into the cold waters of the Hudson River on New Year's Day to raise money for a great cause. The 7th Annual Polar Plunge benefits the This is Me Foundation and is sponsored by Peekskill restaurant The Quiet Man Public House. All proceeds fr
$76.8 Million Mixed-Use Development Approved for Harrison, Westchester County
There is now a green light for the $76.8 million mixed-use residential project to be built next to the Metro-North train station on Halstead Avenue in downtown Harrison, in Westchester County, and adjacent financial incentives. The Westchester County Industrial Development Agency unanimously approve
Westchester County Executive Latimer Signs $1.94 Billion FY2019 Budget
WHITE PLAINS, NY — December 10, 2018 — After today’s affirmative vote by the Board of Legislators, County Executive George Latimer signed the $1.94B FY 2019 County Operating Budget. The budget stays well below the New York State tax cap of 5.7%, maintains the County’s reserves, funds vital County se