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1 hr ago | The Journal News
A former Ossining High School math teacher is expected to be spared prison time at his sentencing Thursday, nearly five months after, on the day of his wedding, he was arrested and accused of raping a 16-year-old girl twice between March and July.
Is racial profiling justified?
Should free speech ever be restricted?
4 hrs ago | The Briarcliff Daily Voice
Six Ossining area congregations came together for a special prayer service for persecuted Christians at the First Baptist Church on Sunday, Dec. 8. Twenty-eight leaders signed copies of a 300-word letter to six officials: two members of the U.S. House of Representatives representing the Ossining area, both U.S. senators from New York, Secretary of ... (more)
The last of the funerals for passengers killed when a Metro-North Railroad train derailed was held Saturday, as transit officials worked to fix the tracks for the eventual restoration of service.
Fifty-seven years ago, husband-and-wife team John and Margaret Bickel embarked on an unknown and very ambitious home-building adventure as complete novices.
Property-tax fairness is on the way for about one-third of Westchester property owners, as plans are moving forward to conduct revaluation of real estate in Yonkers, Greenburgh and Ossining.
Learn about neuro-developmental disorders in children, such as autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and seizures, during a live webinar presented by the Ossining Special Education Parent Teachers Organization .
Con Edison and the Ossining Fire Department are at Sing Sing Correctional Facility in Ossining investigating a report of a gas odor.
Ossining's Matthew Gullotta, owner of the North American Refinery in Briarcliff Manor, shared a photo of the big check he wrote to the Tarrytown branch of the nonprofit organization when they traded the coin in for money.
A day after the region's worst train wreck in years, Emilie Miyauchi of Ossining had a headache and bruises but gave thanks for being alive as she recounted how a trip to a yoga class ended in tragedy.
The four New Yorkers who died in the commuter train that derailed over the weekend led lives that reflected the dynamic diversity of the city they had just entered - but will never see again.
This undated photo provided by de Ramon Crush PC shows Donna L. Smith, a paralegal who was one of four people who died Sunday morning, Dec. 1, 2013, when the Metro-North commuter train she was riding derailed on a curve in Copyright 2013 The Associated Press.
The Queens woman who died in Sunday's Metro-North collision was a "model nurse" and devout Christian who came to the United States four years ago and worked mostly with children, officials said.