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SUNY Purchase student from Oneonta charged with hate crime for Nazi posters
HARRISON, N.Y. (AP/WBNG) — A student at SUNY Purchase College has been arrested for spreading Nazi-themed posters on campus. The Westchester County District Attorney says 18-year-old Gunnar Hassard of Oneonta was arraigned Tuesday on a charge of aggravated harassment, a hate crime.
Ossining-Croton-On-Hudson: 3 Open Houses To Stop By (PICS)
OSSINING-CROTON-ON-HUDSON, NY — If you're searching for a new house, you've likely already combed through all the online listings for your area. And while you've probably gotten a decent idea of what these homes are like from the photos, you just can't beat an in-person encounter with the real thing
Westchester Pirate Radio Broadcaster Busted By Federal Investigators
A pirate radio host operating out of Westchester County is facing criminal charges following a lengthy investigation by the DA and FCC. Richard Dominguez was arrested following a joint investigation into a pirate radio operation in Croton-on-Hudson. Officials said that FCC field agents traced the il
County Golf Courses To Close For Season Dec. 30
Westchester County-owned golf courses will close for the season after play on Sunday, Dec. 30. They will remain open until that date, weather and conditions permitting; check with the individual course.
Hudson Valley Pirate Radio Station Shut Down
A pirate radio station in the Hudson Valley is off the air. On Tuesday, the FCC’s Enforcement Bureau and the Westchester County District Attorney’s Office announced details of a joint investigation resulting in the arrest of and arraignment of a pirate radio operator in Croton-On-Hudson.
Tenant Turns To Tara for help moving into Ossining apartment
A resident of an Ossining building who has not been able to move into her new apartment due to a massive wall collapse over the summer Turned To Tara for help. After weeks of waiting and unanswered phone calls from village leaders, the fed up would-be tenant of 80 Main St. decided to give News 12 a
Offender Convicted Of Sexually Abusing Woman Reports Move To Yonkers
A registered sex offender convicted of sexually abusing a 30-year-old woman has reported a move into Westchester County. The New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services issued an alert this week to Westchester residents regarding the residency of 52-year-old Kenneth Goode, who has reported
Biz leaders say spike in noise complaints at Westchester County Airport fueled by critics
The airport logged 51 noise complaints in May 2017 and 3,245 in May 2018, a jump that business leaders say was fueled the airport's critics. Four households in Armonk generated more than 2,000 noise complaints in May 2018.
Westchester County Exec George Latimer Addresses Local Summit
At the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Local Summit's December 11 breakfast program, Westchester County Executive George Latimer shared highlights of his first year in office and discussed key initiatives that are underway.
SUNY Purchase Student Is Arrested In Relation To Nazi Posters
A suspect has been arrested in connection with Nazi-themed posters found on a college campus in Westchester County, New York. SUNY Purchase College Police Chief Dayton Tucker on Tuesday said a student had been arrested in relation to the posters found Sunday on campus. The student was charged with f
Golf: Westchester County keeping courses open until Dec. 30
Unless there’s an intervention from Mother Nature, five of the Westchester County golf courses will remain open until Dec. 30. Maple Moor is undergoing a major renovation and is already closed.
Two Sentenced For Nearly Beating Man To Death In Westchester Road-Rage Incident
Two men are heading to prison after being convicted of nearly beating a man to death during a road-rage incident in Westchester two years ago. Yonkers residents Steven Edmondson, 28, and Christopher Lopes, 27, were each sentenced to nine years in prison after being convicted of several violent felon
NYPD: Armed man shot by police officer in the Bronx
Police say an armed man was shot by an NYPD officer in the Bronx Wednesday night. Officers were responding to a shooting at White Plains Road and East 241st Street in the Wakefield section just after 7:30 p.m.
Police: Northport woman seen on video stealing packages arrested
A Northport woman was arrested late Tuesday after she was caught on video stealing several packages from outside an East Northport residence, police said. Deborah Amato, 60, was observed taking the packages from the front stoop of a residence on Montrose Lane at 1:50 p.m. Tuesday, Suffolk County pol
Six From Fairfield County Charged With DWI In NY State Police Stops
New York State Police troopers busted more than a dozen motorists who were allegedly driving while impaired over the weekend in the Hudson Valley. On Saturday, Dec. 8, State Police troopers from Cortlandt arrested Santiago M. Raymundo, 26, of New Rochelle, for DWI. He was traveling on Route 9 in Cro
Town Officials Still To Decide If Whole Foods Can Open Saturday
CHAPPAQUA, NY — Last-minute problems put the kibosh on the scheduled Dec. 12 grand opening of Whole Foods. Now it's possible that the upscale supermarket may open Saturday, but New Castle town officials haven't signed off on it yet.
Decision On New Castle Traffic Plan, New Whole Foods Opening Date Expected This Week
Answers may be coming soon as local officials continue to debate the traffic problems surrounding Chappaqua Crossings and the now-delayed grand opening of Whole Foods in the area.
Police: Sleepy Hollow man had small cache of weapons
Sleepy Hollow police said 24-year-old man had two assault rifles, a semi-automatic pistol and a shotgun in Cedar Street apartment. A Sleepy Hollow man's complaint about being threatened by a neighbor turned into a felony gun arrest, police said.
Yonkers shootout: Correction officers improve in hospital
Two Westchester County correction officers are improving in the hospital after a fatal shootout in Yonkers last week, police said. The officers — a man and a woman — were shot in Friday's attempted murder-suicide, during which county correction officer Edward Quinoy shot the pair before apparently s
Spring Valley DPW chief charged with DWI in crash
Robert Johnson was arrested on Sunday. A Spring Valley official has been accused of driving drunk in a village SUV after a crash in Sloatsburg on Sunday. Robert Johnson, the superintendent of Spring Valley's Department of Public Works, was arrested after a crash on Route 17, Ramapo police Capt. Mart