Niculae Petre, 45, and Dorin Husa, 37, both of Queens, pleaded guilty Friday to one count of possessing forgery devices.
The median sale price for a home in Chappaqua is $1 million, but many residents have said they would welcome more affordable housing. But building that affordable housing has proven to be a struggle.
On Saturday anybody who bought books during the sale can bring them to the parking lot across the street for treatment.
Following a rash of attacks on small dogs by coyotes in Chappaqua, residents gathered for a meeting to discuss the problem and come up with solutions.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton continued to recover from a medical close call Tuesday night – a potentially life-threatening blood clot that doctors said they found in time.
An MTA spokesman said most of the ads have been taken down, saying that they had run their course. But opponents of the ads said the damage has already been done.
A pro-Palestinian ad at one train platform has ignited a battle of sorts. Now both sides in the Arab-Israeli conflict are targeting Metro-North train platforms with their side of the story.
President Barack Obama has declared a major disaster in New York after Tropical Storm Irene, freeing up federal recovery funds.
Days after Hurricane Irene made her way north, things in New York City’s northern suburbs are still not back to normal.
The Secretary of State and former Commander-in-Chief spent Bill’s birthday weekend shopping and dining in New York City, while also finding some time to relax in Westchester.
The New Castle town board has okayed zoning changes that give townhouses, condos, affordable housing, and business a piece of the old Reader’s Digest site.
Reader’s Digest left Chappaqua for good weeks ago, but the future of the site that used to house its headquarters remains up in the air.
He might have said “go west young man,” but Horace Greeley stayed in Chappaqua from 1854 to 1872.
The four Pegasus sit atop the old Reader’s Digest building in Chappaqua, and while the company’s logo is still there, the 700,000 square foot building remains empty.
Reader’s Digest is officially no longer in Chappaqua and its iconic headquarters is nearly vacant, but there are those who are still hanging on to the memories.