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Two Charged In Nyack With DWI: New York State Police
Sugey Castellanos, 39 of Suffern, NY for DWI. She was traveling in the village of Nyack June 16 when she was stopped for a vehicle and traffic law violation. Investigation revealed that she was impaired by alcohol, police said.Tyrell Walker, 23 of Nyack, NY for DWI. He was traveling in the village o
4 Westchester Facilities Holding Immigrant Children: Cuomo
WHITE PLAINS, NY — New York State plans to sue the Trump administration over its widely criticized policy of separating immigrant families caught crossing the United States' southern border. State officials will file a lawsuit in the next two weeks challenging the policy, which has sent more than 70
Not unusual that separated immigrant children are in Westchester County, advocates say
The revelation this week that immigrant children separated from their parents at the U.S./Mexico border are being held 2,000 miles away in Westchester County should come as no surprise, immigration advocates said.
Brutal kidnapping conviction overturned, Stamford man returns for retrial
Kevin Epps, 41, was sentenenced fo 35 years for kidnapping and setting his fiancee on fire in Rosa Hartman Park in 2004. His kidnapping charge was overturned and he may be retried on the kidnapping charge
Decision Reached On Wednesday's Greenwich HS Graduation Site
GREENWICH, CT — Graduation for Greenwich High School's Class of 2018, scheduled for this evening, June 20, will take place outside, school Headmaster Chris Winters announced in the below message to students and parents Wednesday:
Police: New Canaan Woman Arrested After Leaving 4-Year-Old Daughter in Car for Eight Minutes
At about 12:47 p.m. on June 19, officers were dispatched to Morse Court on a report of a 4-year-old child left in a vehicle, police said.
Bill Clinton, James Patterson greet fans at Westchester book signing
Clinton and Patterson, both Westchester residents were at Barnes & Noble Eastchester for an author event and book signing. Fans arrived early for the 7 p.m. event, including Stephen Jeffrey of Hartsdale and Ted Amaruso of Mount Vernon, who were in line in front of the store at 5 a.m.
Site Of Fatal 2011 Christmas Fire For Sale In Stamford: Report
STAMFORD, CT — The property where members ofMadonna Badger's family were killedin a Christmas fire in 2011is up for sale for $850,000, writes the Stamford Advocate.
Intoxicated Woman Arrested Trying to Pick Up Her Child: PD
WILTON, CT -- Police arrested a Monroe, NY, woman last Wednesday for DUI after she led them on a chase through Wilton.
Police Issue Traffic Advisory for Middlesex Middle School and Darien High School Graduations June 20 & June 21
Due to the traditionally large turnout for the Middlesex Middle School and Darien High School graduations, the Darien Police Department advises that the following traffic regulations are being put into effect for the area surrounding Darien High School on June 20th & 21st, 2018 starting at 3:30 pm.
Ossining Man Accused Of Lewdness In Children's Shoe Department
On June 9, 2018, state police charged Jorge L. Valdovinos, 38, with Endangering the Welfare of a Child, a class A misdemeanor, and Public Lewdness, a class B misdemeanor.
Woman Used Knife To Threaten Victim, Greenwich Cops Say
GREENWICH, CT — A 25-year-old Greenwich woman used a knife during an argument to threaten a victim on June 15, according to Greenwich police, leading to the suspect being charged. No injuries were reported.
Bear Killed After Entering Home; CT Baker Wins Food Network Title
Man Breaks into Home, Impersonates Cop: ReportOwner Follows Stolen Car, Teens Arrested: PoliceMore than 21,000 Give Hartford-to-New Haven Train a TryWarnings Issued To 2 Building Officials: ReportArrest Made In Crash That Killed Teen, Pregnant WomanCelebrity Pro-Am Pairings Set at Travelers Champion
End of an Era In Putnam Valley – Bellino To Retire After 3 Decades | The Putnam County News & Recorder
Pat Bellino has dedicated most of his adult life to the children of the Putnam Valley School District. Bellino, director of Facilities, Operations, Transportation and Technology, and a former member of the Putnam Valley Board of Education, will be retiring at the end of the month after serving the d
Metro-North pays millions in track workers' OT, jobs remain vacant
In May 2013, a derailment in Connecticut led Metro-North to remake the railroad from the ground up, tearing out tens of thousands of splintered rail ties, replacing stone ballast and ripping out miles of track long past its expiration date.
Immigrant children separated from parents housed in Westchester: Gov. Andrew Cuomo
(Photo: John Moore, Getty Images)Story HighlightsFacilities are located in Dobbs Ferry, Yonkers and Lincolndale
Darien Man Lies About Name During Motor Vehicle Stop: PD
DARIEN, CT — A 28-year-old Darien man, who a Darien police officer pulled over for lacking a front license plate, was arrested after giving the officer a false name before the officer discovered multiple warrants for the man for failure to appear, according to authorities.
Rye History Matters to Westchester County - New Rochelle, NY Patch
On Saturday, June 16th, 2018, theWestchester County Historical Society (WHS)bestowed its highest honor, theSy Schulman History Award, upon 3 individuals and one non-profit preservation organization. The 1924 Iselin Ballroom of the John Jay Homestead in Katonah was filled as winners of the award were
Hello Again, Dolly! Brings Song, Dance, and Yonkers to Garrison's Landing | The Putnam County News & Recorder
There was nostalgia in the air as the Cold Spring Trolley pulled up in front of the Philipstown Depot Theater. As the doors opened, Garrison’s Landing became 19th century Yonkers. Men, women, and children piled out of the green trolley, sporting hats, dresses, and parasols straight out of Victorian
DUI Arrest Following 2-Vehicle New Canaan Crash: Cops
NEW CANAAN, CT — A 58-year-old Stamford man was arrested on charges of driving under the influence and following too close Monday night after his involvement in a two-vehicle crash near Jelliff Mill Road, according to New Canaan police. No injuries were reported in the 9:12 p.m. crash.