Investigators on Thursday said a corroded pipe was to blame for a gas leak that forced evacuations on the Pleasantville campus at Pace University, and left some students stuck sleeping in the gym.
Con Edison said it is restoring gas to buildings on the Pace University campus after a gas leak forced students to evacuate on Wednesday.
Some students at the Pace University campus in Pleasantville were instructed to sleep in the gym Wednesday night, after a gas shutdown forced the evacuation of several dorms.
Officers discovered the body of 76-year-old Linda Misek-Falkoff inside her home on Grandview Avenue in Pleasantville back on Oct. 30 after her mail carrier noticed mail piling up and called police.
Police said Linda Falkoff had been dead for at least several days before she was discovered.
Scott Donsavage’s 15-foot vessel was found ashore in gear with no one aboard.
Two people were killed and several more were injured Monday afternoon when an NJ TRANSIT bus and a car were involved in a crash near Atlantic City.
The Westchester County village of Pleasantville has placed a police officer on administrative leave, after he was allegedly caught making a racist rant — reportedly about President Barack Obama — on Facebook.
Over the past three years, the Growth and Awareness Group for Alzheimer’s at Byram Hills High School has raised more than $65,000 for research.
Crews will add another three inches of asphalt along 900 feet of the parkway later this month in an effort to reduce minor spells of flooding, which sends detouring traffic through village streets.
Police said they are looking into possible cult and religious ritual activity, including one called “Palo Mayombe.”
The magazine says it’s Pleasantville’s trees and plants that contribute to its pungent aroma.
One of the worst hit spots was in the Kingsbridge section of the Bronx where a seven car pileup created a busy night for emergency workers at West 228th Street.
A federal grand jury cleared a Pleasantville, N.Y., police officer of wrongdoing.
There are over 1,000 workers at the processing and distribution center in Flushing, Queens and many don’t know what this means for them.