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Mahopac's Move to Rescind RHA is Unconscionable
Upon reading your report, "Town Board Calls for Rescinding New State Health Law," and hearing further reports from the March 18 County Legislature meeting, I find it imperative that you publish this letter--or at the very least publish the full text of the RHA, so that logical people may read it for
Accidental Death Reported At Old Route 6 Residence
A welfare check at a residence in the area resulted in the discovery of the body of a 55-year-old man. Putnam County Sheriff Robert L. Langley Jr. reports that on Wednesday, March 20, at about 10:35 a.m., members of the Putnam County Sheriff’s Office responded to a welfare check at the home on Old R
Byrne Votes To Enhance School Bus Safety
Assemblyman Kevin Byrne (R,C,Ref-Mahopac) is pleased to announce the passage of a bill (A.4950A) which would create a program to allow local governments to place cameras on school buses in order to hold drivers who illegally pass stopped school buses displaying flashing red lights and stop signs acc
Feds will seek death penalty for retired Westchester cop accused of quadruple murder
The feds will seek the death penalty against a former muscle-bound Westchester County cop accused of killing four men over a cocaine deal. The decision to seek capital punishment against Nicholas Tartaglione was made by US Attorney General William Barr.
Governor Cuomo Announces New Seven Year Deal with Alcoa to Preserve Hundreds of Jobs at Massena Facility
Agreement Maintains 450 Jobs and Ensures the Continued Operation of Alcoa's Massena Smelting Plant through 2026. Builds on 2018 Agreement with Arconic that Secured 145 additional Jobs at the Same Site in Massena.
Putnam County Executive MaryEllen Odell Recognizes the Greater New York Region of the American Red Cross And Recognizes Red Cross Month
Putnam County Executive MaryEllen Odell met with representatives from the Greater New York Region of the American Red Cross recently and recognized their valuable service. Mary Young, CEO of the Metro New York Chapter, Abilgail Adams, Regional Communications Program Manager, Greg Amato, Volunteer Le
Treasurer allegedly bilked $400,000 from charity for families of fallen NYPD officers
NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- A volunteer treasurer for a charity benefiting the families of fallen New York City police officers has been arrested on charges she stole funds to pay personal expenses like dental work and tickets to a Barbra Streisand show.
Putnam County Ranks Among Healthiest in NYS, for Ninth Consecutive Year
Brewster, NY—The ninth annual County Health Rankings have been released today by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute and for the ninth year Putnam County ranks among the healthiest counties. Putnam is third in health factors, the influencers
Sherman man charged with murder
SHERMAN — A town man was charged with murder Thursday, according to state police. James Marhag, 65, of Church Road, called state police to his residence Thursday, reporting that an individual in the home had fallen and hit his head on a countertop, according to a release.
Arrest Made In Suspicious Westchester Death
A 40-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the suspicious death of another man last week. Richard Vincent of Mount Vernon has been charged in connection to the death of Randy Street, 39, who was found in his basement apartment on South Sixth Street around 4 p.m. on Wednesday, March 13, b
Attorney accused of shooting husband in the gut
A Yonkers attorney was arrested Wednesday for shooting her hubby in the gut, authorities said. Police say Sloane Fleckman-Finn, 44, called them at 5:03 a.m. to say she’d just blasted her husband, Eric Finn, once in the stomach.
Wife Calls Police After Allegedly Shooting Her Husband In Westchester
A 44-year-old woman has been arrested after shooting her husband and then calling the police to them know. Sloane Fleckman-Finn called the Yonkers Police Department around 5:03 a.m., Wednesday, March 20, telling police she had just shot her husband, 46-year-old Eric Finn, at their apartment located
ICE NY arrests previously removed Guatemalan national accused of rape, released from local custody with active detainer
NEW YORK — U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s ERO deportation officers assigned to the ERO New York’s Newburgh Sub-Office arrested a 28-year old, previously removed Guatemalan national March 14. He was released from the Westchester County Jail, with an active detainer due to Westchester Coun
Reputed mob associate who appeared on RHONJ charged in N.Y. with assaulting woman: police
A reputed mob associate from North Bergen who has dabbled in acting and directing has been charged in Manhattan with assaulting a woman, a New York Police Department spokeswoman confirmed.
8-Year-Old Homeless Nigerian Refugee Wins New York State Chess Championship
After winning the New York State chess championship, 8-year-old Tanitoluwa Adewumi, a Nigerian refugee, returned to the homeless shelter where he lives with his family. Earlier this month, Tanitoluwa, who goes by Tani, earned first place at the 52nd New York State Scholastic Championships tournament
Dutchess County man in hot water over sharks in basement pool
LaGRANGEVILLE, N.Y. — A man who was keeping live sharks in a pool in his basement has been charged with violating New York's environmental conservation law, the state attorney general and environmental commissioner announced Wednesday.
Married couple dead after driver crashes through railing at New Rochelle park, plunges into water
NEW ROCHELLE, Westchester County (WABC) -- Police have identified the two people who died after their car crashed through a steel railing and plunged into the Long Island Sound Tuesday.
Fentanyl, heroin mill linked to 227 overdoses, including 84 deaths, busted in NJ
HARRISON, N.J. -- Investigators believe the operators of a New Jersey drug mill were grinding out up to 15,000 doses of heroin and fentanyl a day, while working out of a luxury apartment at 300 Somerset Street in Harrison, less than 400 feet from the PATH train.
New Movie 'I'm Thinking of Ending Things' Films At Fishkill Diner
Brie Larson, "Captain Marvel," herself might not have been in the area, but other actors starring in her latest film, "I'm Thinking of Ending Things," were filming around the Hudson Valley this week, including at the Red Line Diner in Fishkill.
Peekskill Students Win at Westchester Science & Engineering Fair
A group of Peekskill High School Science Research (PSR) students attended the Westchester Science and Engineering Fair (WESEF) at Sleepy Hollow High School on Saturday, March 16. The team of dedicated PHS student researchers consisted of twelve junior and senior students, who were among a total of 6