Rabbi Schneier was visited by Pope Benedict in 2008 and greeted Pope Francis at the Western Wall in Jerusalem. Now he gets an official post in the church.
Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino said Thursday that he is looking for defectors – New York City businesses tired of the high costs of operating in the Big Apple.
A woman posing as Kate Sullivan withdrew more than $9,000 from a Chase branch in Commack, Long Island, on Sept. 23, 2014, before unsuccessfully trying to repeat the crime in Freeport, police said.
Gwenasia Henderson, 22, was traveling to class at Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry with a friend Monday when traffic suddenly backed up during a downpour.
A last-ditch effort to derail a mixed martial arts bill in New York State has raised eyebrows and drawn criticism.
Marisa Curlen of Westchester County was just starting out in life, but one night at college changed all of that – permanently.
The break occurred early Monday morning at the intersection of Nepperhan Avenue and Executive Boulevard.
Never a bridesmaid, always a bride. The Bronx DA charged 39-year-old Liana Barrientos claiming that she was married 10 times since 1999 without divorcing some of her previous husbands.
Kyle Seitz received a conditional discharge and was spared prison time and probation at his sentencing Thursday in Danbury Superior Court.
A woman convicted of killing her 5-year-old son by poisoning him with a lethal dose of salt was sentenced to 20 years to life in prison Wednesday morning.
Claiming “unscrupulous conduct,” a New York state court has removed the mayor of the Sullivan County village of Monticello.
One might expect a forced march with a heavy backpack in the military, but such surely is not the usual routine for middle school students.
Hundreds turned out for a memorial service for the latest victim in what has become a grim routine for many middle-class communities.
Lawmakers in Connecticut have been discussing bringing tolls back to Interstate 95. But residents across the state line in New York are worried that such a move could jam their local streets with traffic.
Hurtful and horrific comments about a Brooklyn elementary school student and his mother appeared on Facebook recently, but the source is questionable.