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10 hrs ago | The Journal News
Yet another nightmare commute in the region caused by emergency repairs Monday to the George Washington Bridge has motorists concerned there might be no end in sight.
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16 hrs ago | The Journal News
A children's residential treatment center and the owners of a former insurance records warehouse will invest about $45 million renovating their properties.
18 hrs ago | The New Rochelle Daily Voice
Yonkers native Scott Williams, a writer and producer for CBS-TV's hit drama series "NCIS", wrote Tuesday's Christmas episode, "Homesick" airing at 8 p.m. Williams, a graduate of Gorton High School and SUNY Cortland, now lives in Los Angeles.
19 hrs ago | Albany Times Union
U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Preet Bharara filed applications on Tuesday for orders that would require four public officials, including ex-Sen. Hiram Monserrate, to forfeit their pension benefits.
A 14-year old resident of St. Chrisopher's in Hastings-on-Hudson is being charged with multiple felonies after stealing a car and resisting arrest, both Hastings-on-Hudson and Dobbs Ferry police said.
Archbishop of New York Timothy Dolan attended a fundraiser at a Yonkers pub to help support the Gills, the family that lost one daughter and has another still recovering from a car crash this fall, according to LoHud.com.
Mayor Mike Spano today announced the City of Yonkers is partnering with Mueller Systems, a leading provider of innovative and technologically advanced water infrastructure products and services, to overhaul its aging water meter infrastructure and improve the level of service provided to residents.
She was brutally strangled to death, her naked body laid out on the sidewalk in broad daylight in front of a south side junk yard on Valentine's Day 25 years ago.
In 2008, New York became the first state to enact the Safe Harbor law, which treats sexually exploited children as victims rather than criminals.
The spirit of the season was everywhere at the Cross County Shopping Center in Yonkers, where there was a sense of urgency among many who wanted to get their holiday shopping done before Saturday's storm.
It was a complicated mix of tears, snow, sadness and hope, in front of Tarrytown's Christ Episcopal Church this morning on the first anniversary of the Newtown tragedy that claimed the lives of 20 students and six adults in Connecticut.
Contending with frigid, treacherous weather this week felt like a blessing after navigating the immediate aftermath of the Metro-North derailment on Dec. 1. I'm not trying to equate my inconvenience as a commuter with the terrible suffering and loss of those who were truly hurt by the accident, but it was a trying time.
YONKERS, NY, Friday, December 13, 2013--Yonkers Raceway's Friday night $37,000 co-featured Open Handicaps--Pace for the ladies and Trot who all with the proper papers--were won by front-end bombardier Fashion Mystery jumped it off well before the outset.
The city is one signature away from enacting affordable housing legislation and advocates and officials are hailing it as a historic bill that shows how far Yonkers has come since the end of its long-running desegregation case.