LI, Westchester Residents Concerned About Plans For New Cellphone PolesTowering poles topped with cellphone booster equipment are now lining the streets of some Westchester County and Long Island neighborhoods – and some are calling them an eyesore.
Warwick Residents Take Sides Over Line Painted Along Suburb’s ‘Railroad Avenue’Some in Warwick thought they were honoring police officers, but the town turned it into something else, and many feel it's an insult.
Massive New Emergency Pipeline Seeks To Remedy Drought In ConnecticutPeople living across a 2 1/2-mile stretch of Connecticut countryside have a new neighbor.
Cops In Connecticut, Westchester Search For Suspects In Interstate Burglary SpreePeople were on alert Friday, after a burglary spree with suspects targeting homeowners from Westchester to Connecticut.
Developers Of New Residential Tower Hope Millennials Will Flock To New RochelleBuilders and suburban communities are betting heavily on a stampede of millennials looking to live close to an easy commute into the city.
Fairfield Officials Prepare For Likely Job Cuts, Tax Hikes In Wake Of GE MoveA suburban town is preparing for life after one of its biggest taxpayers picks up and leaves.
Student Stabbed In Back Outside Mt. Vernon High SchoolOne student was taken to a hospital and another taken into custody after a brawl broke out inside the cafeteria of Mt. Vernon High School just after noon Wednesday.
Mount Vernon Police Looking For Hit-And-Run Driver Who Left 73-Year-Old Badly HurtA 73-year-old Bronx man is undergoing surgery Monday night after being the victim of a hit-and-run in Mount Vernon over the weekend.
In Role As Senate Minority Leader, Schumer Eyes Major Infrastructure UpgradesIn his first extended comments since the election, New York's senior senator is talking cooperation with the Trump administration.
Preservationists Hope To Save Westchester County MansionA group of concerned citizens in Westchester County is speaking out against a developer's plan to tear down a beloved 120-year-old house.
Nuns In Westchester County Need Help Fixing Convent's Heating As Winter ApproachesA dwindling order of nuns at Mount St. Francis in Peekskill is dreading the arrival of cold weather after a pre-season check of the big boilers in the basement revealed that most of them won't not work anymore.
In Hopes Of Easing Manhattan Commute, Rockland County Residents Look To The HudsonVisible from the blue autumn sky above Nyack, Manhattan beckons down river from Rockland County -- visible yet almost out of reach.