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SUNY Purchase student from Oneonta charged with hate crime for Nazi posters
HARRISON, N.Y. (AP/WBNG) — A student at SUNY Purchase College has been arrested for spreading Nazi-themed posters on campus. The Westchester County District Attorney says 18-year-old Gunnar Hassard of Oneonta was arraigned Tuesday on a charge of aggravated harassment, a hate crime.
Man Charged With Touching Woman At Greenwich Railroad Station
A 30-year-old man is facing charges after harassing a female at a Greenwich railroad station, police say. Police responded to 20 Railroad Ave Tuesday, Dec. 11 around 1 p.m. after a female reported being harassed by a male. Police determined the subject to be New York City resident Albert Davis, who
NYPD: Armed man shot by police officer in the Bronx
Police say an armed man was shot by an NYPD officer in the Bronx Wednesday night. Officers were responding to a shooting at White Plains Road and East 241st Street in the Wakefield section just after 7:30 p.m.
Bronx girl, 6, fighting for life after hit and run
A 6-year-old girl critically injured during a hit-and-run on a Bronx street has “a good chance to live” following emergency surgery on her neck, the victim’s mother said Thursday.
3 Open Houses For You In The Harrison Area
HARRISON, NY — Shopping around for a new house online can feel like a somewhat blind process. Pictures may not do a house justice, and they can often make a dud of a property seem quite a bit cuter than it really is. That's why open houses are so convenient: No more guesswork involved!
How We Keep Communities Safe By Westchester County Legislator KITLEY COVILL
WHITE PLAINS, NY — December 13, 2018 — Earlier this week, I had the honor of recognizing the brave members of Westchester County Police’s Hazardous Device and Emergency Service Units and their canine partners, for the important work they did in handling the pipe bombs sent to Bedford and Chappaqua.
Person struck and killed by Metro North train in Darien
DARIEN, Conn. (WTNH) - Metro North Railroad has confirmed with News 8 that a person has been struck and killed by a train around the Noroton Heights station in Darien. The call for help came in at around 7:45pm Thursday. Officers pronounced the trespasser dead at the scene.
Man punched hole in door in Byram: cops
GREENWICH — A man was arrested for punching a hole in a door at a residence on West Division Street in Byram. Jose Aguirre, 47, of Grace Church Street, Port Chester, N.Y., was charged with disorderly conduct. According to the arrest report, Aguirre was intoxicated and banging on a door. “It was dete
Biz leaders say spike in noise complaints at Westchester County Airport fueled by critics
The airport logged 51 noise complaints in May 2017 and 3,245 in May 2018, a jump that business leaders say was fueled the airport's critics. Four households in Armonk generated more than 2,000 noise complaints in May 2018.
Arrest made related to Nazi posters at SUNY Purchase
HARRISON, N.Y. (WETM) - An arrest has been made in the controversial Nazi poster case that arose over the weekend on the SUNY Purchase campus. The suspect was a student and will be going through the student conduct process.
Mount Vernon man arrested in early morning stabbing in White Plains
WHITE PLAINS - A Mount Vernon resident was arrested after a man was stabbed in White Plains early this morning, police said. Police chased down Gordon Curtis Gaston, 23, and arrested him shortly after the stabbing took place at 3:10 a.m., said David Chong, commissioner of the White Plains Department
MUGSHOTS: 29 alleged gang members charged in 'enterprise of violence' at Rikers, on city streets
RIKERS ISLAND, New York City (WABC) -- More than two dozen people with alleged gang ties were indicted Wednesday in what authorities call an enterprise of violence emanating from Rikers Island to the streets of New York City.
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.
ID Released For Teen Charged With Hate Crime At SUNY Purchase
A teenage SUNY Purchase student has been arraigned after spreading more than a dozen Nazi-themed posters on campus over the weekend. Gunnar Hassard, 18, was arraigned in Harrison Town Court on Tuesday, Dec. 11, after as many as 16 posters were spread throughout the SUNY Purchase campus on Anderson H
MLB rumors: Yankees, J.A. Happ ‘close’ on deal | What it means
LAS VEGAS — The Yankees appear to be almost finished in their personal arms race. Or do they still need one more?. As of early Wednesday morning, the Yankees and free agent starting pitcher J.A. Happ were “close” to an agreement that would land the 35-year-old left-hander back in the Bronx and possi
Teens Set Massive Fire That Destroyed Historic New Rochelle Mansion: Police
Four teenagers have been arrested in connection with a massive fire that destroyed a historic mansion in New Rochelle last month, police said. More than three dozen firefighters were unable to save Cyrus Lawton House, known as the Wildcliff mansion, after a fire tore through it on Nov. 26.
Police Report: Firefighters Find Lost Child Knee-Deep in Water
On Dec. 3, firefighters were called to Cayuga Road on the report of a missing 5-year-old child, who had last been seen more than 30 minutes ago. Firefighters used thermal imaging cameras to search the area on foot. They found the boy in a shallow waterway in the village, wet up to his knees. They wa
Connecticut doubles number of medical marijuana dispensaries with new approvals
Nine license approvals announced Tuesday doubles the number of medical marijuana dispensaries in Connecticut while widening the geographical footprint of the fast-growing program.
New Rochelle offers free 2-hour parking for the holidays
NEW ROCHELLE - In an effort to promote holiday shopping within its borders, the city is offering free two-hour parking in most of its municipal lots every day from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. until Dec. 31.
NYPD: Girl, 6, Critically Injured in Bronx Hit-and-Run
Police say they're looking for a hit-and-run driver who critically injured a 6-year-old girl in the Bronx Tuesday evening. The girl had been crossing the street at 172nd Street and Harrod Avenue in Soundview after being dropped off by a family member Tuesday evening when a vehicle hit her, police sa