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Mahopac Man Gets 10 Years in Pharmacy Holdup
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. - A Mahopac man was sentenced to two concurrent terms of 10 years in prison last week in Westchester County for the attempted armed robbery of a New Rochelle drug store last July.
BRONX MAN ARRESTED FOR SENDING THREATENING LETTERS TO THE PUTNAM COUNTY SHERIFF
BRONX MAN ARRESTED FOR SENDING THREATENING LETTERS TO THE PUTNAM COUNTY SHERIFF, THE VILLAGE OF COLD SPRING JUDGE. Putnam County Sheriff Robert L. Langley Jr. reports the arrest of 46 year-old Eugene A. Vitello, of the Bronx, on several counts of Aggravated Harassment and Stalking.
SPCA Police Donation Box Stolen From Market: Putnam Sheriff
PUTNAM COUNTY, NY — A Poughkeepsie man is accused of stealing a donation box full of money from the Appalachian Market on Route 9D. Putnam County Sheriff Robert L. Langley Jr. reports Deputy Benjamin Levine and Deputy Matthew Boscia were dispatched to the market when a larceny was reported.. They we
Mindfulness of Knitting — Brewster Community Learning Center
Looking for hobby ideas? Registration is open for Mindfulness of Knitting!. We will be making the Outlander Transportation to 1743 shawl. This is a three-color, triangular shawl in garter stitch. That’s right, only using the knit stitch; very little purling in this project. This pattern is for those
Westchester County Police Bust Mount Kisco Man Stealing Beer From Rite Aid
A 36-year-old man was arrested after allegedly stealing beer without paying for it, Westchester County Police said. Officers from the Westchester County Police Department were dispatched to Rite Aid on South Moger Avenue in Mount Kisco shortly after 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 8, where there was a repor
Town Gearing Up for Phase 2 of Airport Park Project
MAHOPAC, N.Y. - As Phase 1 work at Airport Park continues, town officials are already gearing up to kick off Phase 2 of the $2.2 million renovation project next spring. The project will create five soccer/lacrosse fields, a restroom building, playground, pavilion, bleachers and concession stand. In
Makeup By Danielle, Mahopac
For the last decade, women in Mahopac and the surrounding communities know if they want their makeup done right to call Danielle Spirelli. Spirelli, who owns and runs Makeup By Danielle, which is a home business, has worked the last ten years making hundreds of women feel beautiful before they embar
Off-duty rookie NYPD officer killed in Bronx crash, officials say
An off-duty rookie NYPD officer was killed early Wednesday when his car collided with a small city truck as he was driving to his home in Westchester County, officials said. Officer Brian Kessler, 28, was pronounced dead at Jacobi Medical Center after his 2013 Chevy Equinox collided with a Departmen
Philipstown Cub Scouts, Tomorrow’s Leaders, Get a Feel for Town Hall and Electric-Car Charging Pitch
Philipstown Webelo scouts received an insiders' tour last weekend of the local seat of government – or, more specifically, the entire row of seats occupied during meetings by their Town Board. Nancy Montgomery, Philipstown's representative to the Putnam County legislature, invited senior Webelos fro
Fighting for Putnam County, Just Louder
Last week, Governor Cuomo stated to the Daily News’s editorial board that he would like to “Blow up the MTA.” In that article, the governor was cited as “frustrated by what he sees as an entrenched bureaucracy that lacks imagination to find new ways to do things” and stated that “it’s time to rebuil
Students Named to Fall 2018 Dean’s List at SUNY Oneonta
ONEONTA, NY (01/16/2019)– A total of 1,584 SUNY Oneonta students earned Dean’s List honors for the fall 2018 semester. To qualify for the Dean’s List, a student must earn a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher while carrying a course load of 12 hours or more.
NYPD Cop on Way Home From Shift Dies in Wreck With Parks Department Truck: Police, Sources
An NYPD officer on his way home from an overnight shift guarding police headquarters in Manhattan died in a wreck with a Parks Department truck in the Bronx, according to officials and law enforcement sources familiar with the case.
MLK Day Camp and Valentine's Parents' Night Out
Drop your kiddos off for 3 hours of fun! Ages 2+, potty training not required and pizza included!. $40/members and $50/nonmembers. MLK Day Camp: Monday, January 21, 2019 at 1 PM – 4 PM.
Chris Hansen from 'To Catch a Predator" arrested in Connecticut
STAMFORD, Connecticut -- Chris Hansen, the host of NBC's "To Catch a Predator," turned himself in to police in Stamford, Connecticut. Hansen was charged with bouncing checks. In the summer of 2017, police said Hansen ordered promotional trinkets from a Stamford company.
Longtime Hudson Valley Restaurant Suddenly Closes
A very popular local restaurant which has served the Hudson Valley for over 20 years mysteriously closed down. On a Sunday just after New Year's Day, I decided to stop by Clearwater's Pizzeria in New Windsor to grab a couple of slices. To my surprise, the eatery was closed.
Putnam County Savings Bank Donates To HV Nonprofit
From Greystone Programs Inc.:Greystone Programs Inc., a nonprofit organization that serves children and adults with autism, received a donation of $2,500 that will be used to support the organization's Turning Over Stones Employment and Resource Center. Pictured from left, Peter Sestito, director of
Sex Offender Convicted Of Raping Teen Girl Reports Move In Mount Vernon
A registered sex offender convicted of raping a teenage girl has reported a move in Westchester County. The New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services issued an alert this week to Westchester residents regarding the residency of 45-year-old Tracey Douglas, who has moved from Valhalla to a
City of Newburgh hires interim plumbing inspector
CITY OF NEWBURGH - A private plumber will temporarily take on plumbing inspection jobs in the City of Newburgh until a permanent inspector is hired. The City Council during its regular meeting Monday night approved hiring John Wood, of the City of Newburgh, to perform contracted inspections at a rat
Kidney transplant recipient reunites with church member donor in New York
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DEA In Yonkers Seize Eight Kilos Of Heroin Worth Millions, Arrest Two
Police seized eight kilograms of heroin worth several million dollars and arrested two suspects as part of a joint investigation with the DEA in Westchester. On Monday, Jan 14, members of the Yonkers Police Department Narcotics Unit and the DEA’s New York Drug Enforcement Task Force Group T-12 condu