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Man Killed By Metro-North Train In Westchester Wanted In Brutal Murder Of Girlfriend, Teen Boy
A man who was struck and killed by a Metro-North train in Westchester had reportedly just violently murdered his girlfriend and her teen son. Hector Cruz, 51, of the Bronx, who has been identified as the person who was killed after he jumped in front of the Metro-North train in Hartsdale Sunday morn
Wrong-way driver involved in 4-car crash on Westchester County highway
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The Obscure, Overcrowded Election That Could Change New York City Politics
The hail was coming down in great gusts outside, but inside the New York Irish Center, just off the freeway in Long Island City, Queens, dozens of activists and organizers crammed in for several hours last Tuesday to hear from candidates hoping to be elected the next public advocate of New York City
Mill Street Bridge Connecting Greenwich, Port Chester Reopens
This story has been updated. A busy roadway that connects Greenwich to Port Chester has reopened after an hours-long closure Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 19. Heavy traffic occurred in the area after the closure of Mill Street Bridge due to a gas leak at around 1:30 p.m.
Bronx boyfriend suspected in mom, son killings did prison time for stabbing two men: sources
THE BRONX — He had a violent criminal history, and it followed him into an apartment on East 185th Street in the Belmont section of the Bronx. Hector Cruz, who apparently jumped in front of a Metro-North train in Hartsdale Sunday morning and killed himself, was the prime suspect in the weekend murde
DeLaet’s goal propels Tigers
Mamaroneck hockey coach Mike Chiapparelli knew heading into Monday night’s Division I quarterfinal game against Clarkstown that if the Tigers were able to score the first goal of the contest, it could go a long way toward a victory.
New Rochelle High School Student Arrested for Pulling a False Fire Alarm
NEW ROCHELLE, NY — On January 28th, New Rochelle Police arrested a 14 year-old female at New Rochelle High School on a charge of Falsely Reporting an Incident. The police would not provide further information given the student’s age.
Local Leaders Address Larchmont & Mamaroneck Baby Boomers/Seniors
With 37% of Westchester County's population over age 50, baby boomers are certainly a force to be reckoned with! How can our community best serve our needs?. Free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.
LIC Man Arrested For Rape On Queens Street: NYPD
SUNNYSIDE, NY - Police on Monday arrested a Long Island City man for sexually assaulting a woman on a Queens street. Matthew Luna, 27, was charged with rape, stalking, assault and a criminal sex act, according to the NYPD.
New York lawmakers will talk to subway commuters in push for congestion pricing
Next stop for New York’s legislators: congestion pricing. State lawmakers are taking their push for new charges on cars and trucks in lower Manhattan directly to the New Yorkers who need it the most — subway riders.
Disturbing video shows Bronx shooting that left man paralyzed
Disturbing footage released by police on Tuesday shows the moment a gunman calmly squeezes off a single round into a parked car in the Bronx — paralyzing the man sitting inside, authorities said.
Great Professions: IT Manager
HARRISON, NY — In its newest list of best jobs in the USA, U.S. News said that occupations in the business sector show special promise. High among those, the magazine listed IT Manager.
Westchester Man Sentenced For Assault, Attempted Rape After Holding Woman Against Her Will
A 59-year-old Westchester man has been sentenced after being found guilty of holding a woman against her will, assaulting her and attempting to rape her. Thomas Jessamy of Mount Vernon has been sentenced to 15 years in state prison after he was found guilty by a jury of attempted rape, unlawful impr
New Spring Classes at The Center for Continuing Education
An array of new classes and old favorites can be found this spring at The Center for Continuing Education in Mamaroneck. Lectures on art appreciation with privately-escorted museum tours, classes to explore your inner artist, courses to hone digital skills and The Center's ever-popular day trips are
Case of 'zombie deer disease' confirmed in New York state
ONEIDA COUNTY, N.Y. (WHEC) -- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a warning about "zombie deer disease" that affects deer, elk, and moose. As of January, 24 states have reported cases of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), according to the CDC, including a reported case in Oneida Co
Eastchester To End Administering Section 8 Vouchers
EASTCHESTER, NY — The Town of Eastchester is withdrawing from the Section 8 voucher program. The town made the decision because it costs more to administer the program than it receives in reimbursement from the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Suspect turns himself in, charged with Queens rape of woman against vehicle
WOODSIDE, Queens — Police say the man wanted in connection with a Queens rape last week has turned himself in. Matthew Luna of Queens turned himself in at the 108th Precinct Monday night with his attorney, according to authorities.
1 of 2 Hempstead shooting victims dies of injuries, police say
One of two men who was shot in Hempstead on Monday has died from his injuries, Nassau County police said Tuesday. Police identified the man as Matthew Gilreath, 28, of Hempstead.
Woman Shot in Car After Fight Breaks Out: NYPD, Video
A woman was shot in the back while sitting inside her car in the Bronx Monday evening, a casualty in an apparent fight between two groups of people in two cars, police say. Officers responded to Monticello and Strang avenues in Edenwald around 6:15 p.m. for a report of a woman shot inside a black BM
Orangeburg Man Who Beat Fellow Patient To Death Found Guilty Of Manslaughter
A man who beat to death another patient at a psychiatric center has been convicted of manslaughter by a jury. Alias Stone, aka "Billy Pugh," 54, of Orangeburg, was found guilty of one count of manslaughter in connection with the 2017 death of a fellow patient at the Rockland Psychiatric Center, said