A judge has ruled that the single courtroom in a small suburban town can’t handle the drugged-driving trial of Kerry Kennedy. Her lawyers argued there are obstacles to holding a high-profile trial in the town courtroom in Armonk.
Roads were plowed and cleared in much of Westchester County following the blizzard early Saturday, but officials were still warning people to stay off the roads.
Westchester County could well get a foot of snow and its communities along the Hudson River could see some flooding as well.
A tribute to the life of former New York Red Bulls’ youth coach Michael Jones.
Ppolice have closed Lombardi Park and put two schools – Wampus Elementary School and Crittenden Middle School – on alert after a black bear was spotted.
The breeds range from Yorkshire terriers to Boxers. Other breeds included papillons, poodles, Tibentan terriers, French bulldogs and Maltese.
“It’s crazy. I mean, I don’t understand it. We should have a supermarket,” resident said Maryanne Kholdani.
Dogs rescued from puppy mills in the Midwest have arrived in Westchester County to find loving homes.
The supercomputer best known for trouncing the world’s best “Jeopardy!” players is being tapped by one of the nation’s largest health insurers to diagnose medical problems and authorize treatments.
Teterboro, N.J., reached 100 degrees and Central Park hit a high of 97. With the humidity factored in, the 97-degree temperature in Central Park actually felt like 109 degrees.
A father is in mourning after his beloved son’s family was lost in a horrific plane crash in Westchester County on Saturday. One day after Father’s Day, William Weiner is preparing to bury his son, 63-year-old Keith Weiner.
The National Transportation Safety Board is taking over the investigation of deadly plane crash near the Westchester County Airport. Four people were killed when the small plane headed for Montauk crashed shortly after take-off.
At least three people are dead after a small plane crashed in Armonk near Westchester County Airport.
Coughing, sneezing and itchy eyes are all signs that allergy season has hit New Jersey with a vengeance. Holy Name Medical Center allergy director Dr. Theodore Falk said tree pollen “just exploded” a week ago because it has been a cool spring.
It hardly seems like the time to be shutting up the house, but for allergy sufferers, that may be precisely the ticket for surviving this pollen-coated spring.