3 hrs ago
The Journal News
Wintry storm causes 24+ car pileup injuring 30 on Bronx River Pkwy Sunday night; roads remain icy
Thirty people were reported injured in a 24-plus car pileup on the Bronx River Parkway in Yonkers late Sunday night due to the wintry storm that swept through the lower Hudson area, police said.
8 hrs ago
New Metro-North Safety Measures In Place Following Fatal Train Derailment
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority says Metro-North signal crews have installed new safety protections at the Spuyten Duyvil curve, the site of last Sunday's derailment in the Bronx that killed four people.
11 hrs ago
The White Plains Daily Voice
White Plains Youth Bureau Launches STEM After-School Intiative
The White Plains Youth Bureau has launched an initiative to get students more interested in what after school supervisor Martin Rudow calls, "the careers of the future."
Sun Dec 08, 2013
The Journal News
Teachers take interest in Pinterest
With no pond outside the R.J. Bailey School in Greenburgh, holding a rubber ducky race needed some creative thinking.
Marijuana Possession The Greenburgh Drug and Alcohol Task Force...
Marijuana Possession The Greenburgh Drug and Alcohol Task Force reported the arrest of one woman and one man charged with marijuana possession of varying degrees on Nov. 21. The pair were arrested at 240 White Plains Road just before midnight on charges of unlawful possession and criminal possession in the fifth .
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Check car for winter, get supplies
Last week, a forecast for possible snow in the region leading up to Thanksgiving Day was a bust.
The Greenburgh Daily Voice
Shoppers Buy For Needy Families In White Plains
Long lines at the register of the White Plains K-Mart as dozens of volunteers purchased clothes, blankets and other necessities for needy families.
Grand Opening of The Edge set for December 14 at the White Plains Public Library.
A Ribbon Cutting ceremony will take place at 2:00 p.m. on December 14, 2013 to mark the Grand Opening of The Edge, a groundbreaking, high-tech library just for teens.
The Journal News
Our restaurant selections for Christmas Day dining
From a a basket of wings to a traditional roasted goose, restaurants open for Christmas present menus that range from casual to special-occasion.
The Larchmont Daily Voice
Rye Native Nick Kroll Heads Home For Port Chester Charity Show
As he wraps up a cross-country comedy tour and prepares for a new season of his Comedy Central show, Rye native Nick Kroll is looking forward to returning next week for a charity show at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Brewster to Join Mayors' Redevelopment Roundtable
The Village of Brewster is joining the Mayors' Redevelopment Roundtable, a network of municipalities organized by the Land Use Law Center at Pace University.
Barnes & Noble, White Plains Youth Bureau Team Up for Book Fair Saturday
The White Plains Youth Bureau and the White Plains Cares Coalition will host a Book Fair at the City Center Barnes & Noble this Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. At no extra cost to shoppers, Barnes & Noble will donate 15 percent of sales to the Youth Bureau's "White Plains Reads" program when customers use the Book Fair ID Number: 11161338 at checkout.
The Eastchester Daily Voice
Toys For Tots Donation Drive Hosted at Westy Self Storage
White Plains, NY Westy Self Storage recently announced its continued support of the "Toys for Tots" Donation Drive.
The Tarrytown Daily Voice
Ritz-Carlton Unveils Gingerbread Replicas Of Sleepy Hollow Landmark
Weighing in at 270 pounds and taking more than 150 man-hours to construct, the Ritz-Carlton, Westchester recently unveiled the largest gingerbread houses in White Plains.
How those spontaneous memories suddenly reappear as if from nowhere
Microphone in hand, I walked all over The Westchester, a shopping mall in White Plains, NY, asking strangers the one question I had to ask: Do you have a recurring anxiety dream? Part of the series I Have To Ask.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
The Journal News
Spring Valley corruption case: Evidence must stay under wraps, judge says
A federal judge has forbidden lawyers from publicly disclosing evidence until a possible trial in an ongoing corruption case that has ensnared several government officials, including former Spring Valley Mayor Noramie Jasmin, ex-Deputy Mayor Joseph Desmaret and state Sen. Malcolm A. Smith.
ArtsWestchester Hosts Holiday Boutique this Weekend
Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday have all come and gone, but the search for the perfect gift still continues for many shoppers this holiday season.
The Dobbs Ferry Daily Voice
Westchester Honors Seniors At Hall Of Fame Ceremony
Several senior citizens from all over Westchester County will be inducted into the Westchester Senior Hall of Fame during a ceremony on Friday, Dec. 6, at Marriott Hotel in Tarrytown starting at 1 p.m. In all, 57 residents from Westchester will be inducted, including the top honoree Lois Taplin Bronz, the first woman and first African-American to ... (more)
Scarsdale Police Continue to Build Case Against White Plains Handyman
Since the department's arrest last month of 69-year-old handyman Robert Satenberg, Scarsdale police are continuing to build a case against the White Plains resident, after receiving "dozens" of calls from homeowners who reported missing jewelry after Satenberg allegedly worked in their houses.
Corner Bakery signs agreements to open 18 locations across U.S.
Corner Bakery Cafe signed three multiunit restaurant agreements with its existing franchise partners that will add 18 locations across the U.S. The Dallas-based casual dining company's franchisee partners Feast Foods LLC of San Diego will add five restaurants to Idaho and Washington in the next five years; The Rose Group of Newtown, Pa.