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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
Scarsdale Women Launch Freebird Initiative
UJA-Federation of New York's Scarsdale Freebirds, a new initiative launched by Stephanie Brody, Vivian Sklar and Rochelle Waldman, all of Scarsdale, held their first Day Mission to benefit the residents of the Jewish Board's Jerome M. Goldsmith Center, a core partner of UJA-Federation, on Wednesday,
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
Hit-and-run driver strikes 6-year-old girl in the Bronx
A hit-and-run driver struck a 6-year-old girl while she was crossing the street in the Bronx Tuesday afternoon, police said. The girl was crossing the street at Harrod Avenue near East 172nd Street at about 5 p.m. when the driver hit her and then drove away, cops said.
Scarsdale to offer free 2-hour parking as holiday approaches
SCARSDALE - The village will offer free two-hour parking in parts of its often congested downtown at the peak of this holiday season. Select meters along downtown streets well be designated as free for up to 2 hours from Dec. 21 to Dec. 25.
State turns down license application for giant 'Total Wine' warehouse store in Hartsdale
Score one for the little guys. More than 35 owners of mostly small "mom and pop" wine and spirit stores in Westchester stood and cheered Tuesday after the State Liquor Authority denied a license request from national liquor giant Total Wine & More to open a warehouse store in Hartsdale.
Traffic: Crash closes Hutchinson River Parkway southbound
The parkway is closed at Exit 19 at Wilmot Road. A car crash has closed the Hutchinson River Parkway southbound in New Rochelle this morning. The crash occurred at 5:08 a.m. and involved a rollover and multiple vehicles, Westchester County police said. The parkway is closed southbound at Exit 19 at
NYPD: 17-year-old fatally struck by ambulette in the Bronx was pushed
FORDHAM, Bronx (WABC) -- Police are investigating the death of a teenager who was fatally struck by an ambulette in the Bronx after being pushed into traffic during an argument.
Pay-By-Phone Parking May Be Coming To Scarsdale
Parking in Scarsdale may be about to get a little smarter – and easier – for motorists and shoppers, as the village plans to make use of a new mobile application that will simplify paying for parking.
Teen Sentenced For Fatal Hit-Run Involving Mercedes-Benz In Greenwich
The teenager who admitted to the driver of a Mercedes-Benz in a 2016 fatal hit-and-run has been sentenced to jail time. Greenwich resident Andrew Schmidt, 19, has been sentenced to two years in prison after pleading guilty earlier this year to the April 2016 hit-and-run that took the life of Edward
'Sexually Violent' Offender Convicted Of Attempted Rape Reports Move In Mount Vernon
A registered "sexually violent" offender convicted of rape and attempted rape has reported a move in Westchester County. The New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services issued an alert this week to Westchester residents regarding the residency of 38-year-old Michael Smith, who has moved fro
Suspect in Bronx teen's murder slashed in the face at Rikers Island by rival gang member
One of the suspects accused of killing Bronx teen Lesandro (Junior) Guzman-Feliz was slashed in the face by a rival gang member inside a Rikers Island housing unit Tuesday, the Daily News has learned.
REPORT: Yankees, Mets and Marlins Discussed 3-Team Trade Involving Noah Syndergaard and JT Realmuto
The Mets and Yankees haven't completed a legitimate trade since 2004, and for good reason--they're cross-town rivals. Any major deal would include a clear winner and loser, like most trades. Now imagine being reminded of that awful move on a daily basis. When considering all of this, the lack of mo
$76.8 Million Mixed-Use Development Approved for Harrison, Westchester County
There is now a green light for the $76.8 million mixed-use residential project to be built next to the Metro-North train station on Halstead Avenue in downtown Harrison, in Westchester County, and adjacent financial incentives. The Westchester County Industrial Development Agency unanimously approve
Mount Vernon police investigate fatal stabbing Sunday night, 7th homicide of year
A Rockland County man was fatally stabbed in Mount Vernon late Sunday night, but city officials initially refused to provide information about the killing, the city's seventh of the year.
Westchester County in New York Approves Ban the Box Measure to Help Ex-Offenders Find Work
On December 3, 2018, the Westchester County Board of Legislators in New York approved a “Ban the Box” measure to ensure that ex-offenders with past criminal records have an opportunity to explain their circumstances when they are looking for work, according to a news story on the Board’s website.
Car hits home, and Yonkers police say they discover it was a marijuana grow house
YONKERS - A car crash into a home led authorities to discover what they say was a marijuana grow house with numerous potted marijuana plants and four large, hanging LED lamps. Edward S. Shleiwet, 37, and his wife Lena M. Shleiwet, 35, were both charged with first-degree criminal possession of mariju
Teen killed after being pushed into incoming ambulette during altercation in the Bronx: NYPD
THE BRONX — A teenager was killed after he was pushed in front of an incoming ambulette during an altercation with two males in the Bronx, the NYPD said Tuesday. Angel Reyes-Godoy, of the Bronx, was discovered by cops shortly before 7 p.m. on Monday near 194th Street and Bainbridge Avenue in the Jer
Emergency Room Visit After Stabbing Leads To Drug Charges For Pearl River Woman, Sparkill Man
A 53-year-old Pearl River woman and a 29-year-old Sparkill man are both facing drug possession charges after the two entered Nyack Hospital for treatment of a stabbing wound, Clarkstown Police said.
Westchester County Human Rights Commission Proposal to Fight Hate Crimes
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), a document adopted by the United Nations General Assembly guaranteeing freedoms to all peoples was adopted in Paris, France on Dec. 10, 1948.