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Statement Regarding Ossining Public Safety During Ice Raids
Ossining, NY — At the August 15, 2018 Village Board of Trustees meeting, we had a packed room of Ossining residents who were once again scared and unsure of the village's role in ICE immigration enforcement, because of an ICE arrest here in Ossining earlier in the day. Many more were scared to enter
Train Kills Person In Rockland Overnight
NANUET, NY — An overnight train struck and killed someone overnight in Rockland County, according to Metropolitan Transit Authority officials. The incident is under investigation by the MTA's police department.
Croton: 57,000 gallons of sewage spilled in Ossining near Croton River
"Unfortunately, Westchester County did not notify the village of the spill until today," Croton-on-Hudson said in its post on Thursday.
ICE Detainment Of 'Wrong Man' In Ossining, Assemblywoman Says
State Assemblywoman Sandy Galef said an Ossining father was wrongfully detained on Wednesday, Aug. 15 by federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents.According to Galef, the man's wife states the agents arrested the wrong man."I applaud those who are fighting for more transparency from I
Pearl River School Calendar 2018-19: First Day Of School, More
PEARL RIVER, NY — The first day of school in Pearl River is September 5 — and whether you and the kids are looking forward to the new school year or are dreading the end of summer, you'll want to mark the date on your calendar ASAP. The Pearl River School District has released its 2018-2019 calendar
Peekskill: 82 apartments eyed close to train station and waterfront
The housing could serve incomes ranging from $42,000 to $96,000. William Balter, a principal with developer Wilder Balter Partners, told the City Council there could be one-bedroom affordable units that rent for about $1,150 to $1,200 a month.
Man Faces Animal Cruelty, Other Charges After Abused Dog Found In Greenwich, Police Say
A 23-year-old man allegedly abused a dog and attempted to lie about its death to police investigators after it was found injured at a park in Fairfield County.On June 3, a mastiff was found roaming in Bruce Park in Greenwich, displaying signs and symptoms consistent with having been abused, police s
Life Time To Hire 200; Hiring Fair Is Saturday
CHAPPAQUA, NY – In preparation for its first foray into northern Westchester County, the athletic club about to open at Chappaqua Crossing will hold a hiring event Saturday. Life Time, which bills itself as a high-end fitness, family recreation, spa and athletic club, is hiring for nearly 200 full-t
Babe Ruth fans mark 70 years since icon’s death
HAWTHORNE, N.Y. — Amid the serene graves at Gate of Heaven Cemetery sits the one where visitors leave baseballs and bats instead of bouquets, tributes to a baseball superstar who still outshines others seven decades after his death.
Stamford man pleads guilty in fatal Greenwich overdose
Christopher Brokaw, 43, of Schuyler Avenue, pleaded guilty in state Superior Court in Stamford to first-degree manslaughter and narcotics sales. Brokaw, who has been jailed since his arrest, will be sentenced in October to 30 months in prison.
NY Father Arrested by ICE, Family Says Agents Have Wrong Man
A father was handcuffed in front of loved ones and taken into ICE custody, but now his New York family is saying agents have the wrong man. Michael George reports. (Published Thursday, Aug. 16, 2018)
Scarsdale Man Sentenced For Stabbing Estranged Wife To Death In Shower
Authorities said Julius Reich stabbed his wife, Dr. Robin Goldman, more than 20 times while she was in the shower.
All Ossining Students Can Grab a Free Breakfast This Year
Eating a healthy breakfast has academic and nutritional benefits for children, according to the New York State Education Department. Eating the meal helps students pay attention in class, perform problem-solving tasks and improve their memory. Children who eat breakfast are more likely to behave bet
Swimmer attacked by shark in Cape Cod identified
William Lytton, 61, of Scarsdale suffered deep puncture wounds to his torso and legs during the attack on Long Nook Beach in Truro, Massachusetts around 4 p.m., a spokesperson for Cape Cod National Seashore said.
Hazardous Weather Outlook Issued As More Thunderstorms Expected
This summer has featured only two kinds of weather in Connecticut, one, hazy, hot and humid and the other very stormy with heavy rain. And right on cue we'll see both of those weather scenarios over the next few days including the weekend.
Life Time to host job fair for 200 openings at new Chappaqua location
The company announced it will host a job fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 18, at the Chappaqua Performing Arts Center. The performing arts center is located within Chappaqua Crossing, the residential and commercial complex the fitness brand expects to open at this fall.
Hudson Valley Swim Coach Sentenced In Child Sex Case
David "Skip" Storch, a well-known Hudson Valley long-distance swimmer with his own Wikipedia page, was sentenced to seven years in prison for sexually abusing a young girl beginning when she was 10 years old.Storch, 60, of New City, bursts into tears and called himself a coward during the sentencing
See Ossining In New National, State School District Rankings
OSSINING, NY — Data compiler Niche just released its new list, 2019 Best School Districts In America. Ossining was ranked No. 141 in New York state.
Ossining retaining wall collapse prompts countywide review - Westfair Communications
No one was injured due to the collapse on the evening of Aug. 13 at the intersection of Main Street and Secor Road, although three families near the area were evacuated from their homes, Ossining officials said.
Ossining Tackles Wall Collapse Aftermath
OSSINING, NY — The developers of the apartment building whose massive retaining wallcollapseddown onto an Ossining business Tuesday are working on a stabilization plan, said village Manager Deborah McConnell. That's priority one, and it is expected Tuesday afternoon or Wednesday morning, she said.