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Dozens of Charges for Man Who Attempted to Purchase $585 Chanel Sunglasses on Greenwich Ave

On Thursday Feb 21 at about 1:30pm Greenwich Police became aware of possible fraudulent activity at Sunglass Hut store at 260 Greenwich Ave. Officers determined that a man, later identified as Juan M Rodriguez Torres, 34, of 40 Memorial Highway in New Rochelle, had attempted to fraudulently purchase

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Pregnant Mother Of 6 Killed While Trying To Protect Her Family From Road Raging Driver

On Wednesday, a New York wife and mother of six was mowed down by an angry man after he was asked not to smoke around her children. Melissa DeLoatch was outside a convenience store in Rockland County, N.Y., with her husband, Sean and their six children ranging from 11 months to 10 years old, when he

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Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Returns In March In Dobbs Ferry

DOBBS FERRY, NY — It's that time of the year once again to set your culinary sights on all the good food available in Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Hastings-on-Hudson, Irvington and the rest of the Hudson Valley. The spring 2019 edition of Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is right around the corner, and there

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New Milford Man Beat Infant Until It Couldn't Breathe: Prosecutor

NEW MILFORD, NJ — A borough man was charged with aggravated assault after authorities said a child who was not breathing was brought to the hospital with head trauma. Travis Weber, 28, of New Milford was also charged with endangering the welfare of a child, said acting Bergen County Prosecutor Denni

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President Trump blasts Mayor de Blasio's handling of NYCHA buildings

UPPER WEST SIDE, Manhattan (WABC) -- There is a ton of anger in public housing - anger directed at Mayor Bill de Blasio, the Federal government, and at the bureaucrats who run NYCHA.

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Westchester County Soiling Itself re NatGas Moratorium

Now that the reality has begun to sink in that there will be no magic bullet, no magic wand waved to prevent Consolidated Edison from refusing to add new customers (like hotels, apartment buildings, etc.) to its natural gas distribution system in Westchester County, NY, politicians and business lead

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These Are The Richest Towns In America

With its proximity to Stanford University, and the corporate campuses of Google and Facebook, the leafy Bay Area suburb of Atherton, Calif. has placed first in Bloomberg's Richest Places annual index for the third year in a row, with an average household income above $450,000.

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Lynn Berliner Joins Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty in Irvington

First entering the real estate industry in 2010, Berliner brings to her real estate career her background as an attorney, providing her with a unique advantage in guiding her buyers and sellers throughout the transaction process. She is consistently regarded as a trusted advisor by her clients, demo

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Hudson Valley Crime Roundup: Murder Suspect Kills Self

HUDSON VALLEY, NY — Check out the week's top crime news covered by the region's 24 Patch sites. Among the stories are a rage-filled inmate killing fellow psych center resident, high-school student faces threat charge and suspect arrested in stabbing investigation.

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Riverhead Blotter: Bronx man arrested for endangering the welfare of a child in Riverhead

Jermell White, 33, of the Bronx was arrested Sunday afternoon on multiple charges in relation to a domestic incident in Riverhead involving a former girlfriend, according to Riverhead Town police.

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Dobbs Ferry Residents Worry About Accidents On Clinton Avenue

DOBBS FERRY, NY — Residents of Dobbs Ferry are calling for safety improvements after two serious car crashes in three months on Clinton Avenue in the village. The same utility pole has been destroyed in the incidents.

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Burglary Suspect Caught After Struggle With Woman In Nyack, Police Say

A burglary suspect has been caught after a struggle with a Nyack woman led to his arrest, police say. Orangetown Police responded to the area of Nyack Plaza on Thursday, Feb. 21 around 1:45 p.m. on the report of a burglary. The female victim stated that a man unlawfully entered her residence at Nyac

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Disability ID cards available across New York state

ALBANY, N.Y. (WRGB) - Disability ID cards are available now across New York state. The cards read, "I have a developmental disability. I may have difficulty understanding and following your directions."

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Country Estate On Prime Westchester Property

SCARSDALE, NY — This is a perfect location if you want to "get away" from it all and never leave Westchester County. And talk about entertaining. This home has a dining room that can seat 16. This listing originally appeared on realtor.com.

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Luxury Car Was Weapon In Fatal 7-Eleven Attack: Police

ROCKLAND COUNTY, NY — The man who rammed his car into a family of eight Wednesday, killing the mother, was driving a luxury Infiniti automobile. The only contact he had with the family was at 1:50 p.m. outside the 7-Eleven in Garnerville, when the father asked him not to smoke near the kids, police

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Hackensack PD: Detective Nabs Mailbox Thief With Dozen And Half Uncashed Stolen Checks

A thief who’d already cashed several checks fished from postal boxes was carrying 19 more when a Hackensack detective caught him, authorities said. Ricky Javier, 30, was charged with various counts of theft, forgery, conspiracy and trafficking in personal identity after Detective Ryan Weber identifi

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Lyndhurst Fugitive Sought, Fort Lee Woman Caught In DEA Takedown Of Cocaine Ring

Federal agents were searching for a Lyndhurst man who they said was part of a ring that conspired to ship nearly a dozen pounds of cocaine for sale in New Jersey and New York. Daniel Estrella, 28, of Lyndhurst, remained at large following the arrests of Victoria Irizarry, 30, of Fort Lee, and Cohen

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College Of New Rochelle Likely To Shut Down

NEW ROCHELLE, NY — In spite of recent news reports that the College of New Rochelle was in talks about a partnership with another education institution, a letter sent from school officials to the college community Friday took a different tack.

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Heartbroken Owner Reunited With Stolen Dog In Westchester

A homeless man in Westchester County attempted to sell a stolen dog near Mount Vernon that has since been returned to its owner. On Valentine’s Day, Steven Carino, of Bedford, reported that his dog was stolen from his car while it was parked in a Scarsdale shopping center. The missing dog led to a m

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Bergen 8-Yr.-Old Going Home From Hospital After Horrific Crash

A Bergen County 8-year-old girl is coming home six weeks after she was critically injured in a horrific motor vehicle crash in Harrington Park, her father announced. Glori Lee will be discharged from the hospital next week, her father, Hans said in an update posted on Facebook. The family lives in N

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