For her summer internship with the town, Emily Salwen is putting together a free self-defense course.
An alleged wrong-way driver accused of causing a crash that killed an off-duty NYPD police detective had a blood alcohol content above the legal limit at the time of the incident, authorities said Monday.
Police said a Honda Civic was traveling northbound in the southbound lanes of the parkway when it hit a Honda Pilot head-on, killing 46-year-old Paul Duncan of Hartsdale.
A suspect has been arrested and charged with beating a man in the head in a parking lot following a New Year’s Eve party this year in Westchester County.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit the parents of a missing Indiana University student filed against two men who were with her the night she was last seen more than three years ago.
No one was seriously injured Tuesday evening when a car slammed into a Trader Joe’s grocery store in Westchester County.
An attorney for the Westchester Police Revolver and Rifle League said the decision was politically motivated.
Westchester homeowners are taking sides over what to do about a controversial gun range. The battle moved from the neighborhood to Greenburgh Town Hall on Tuesday.
Residents of a new subdivision off Ardlsey Road have been targeting the firing range after a woman says a flat piece of metal about the size of the dime grazed her leg while she was walking.
Residents in new luxury homes along Ardsley Road in Greenburgh pleaded with the town board Wednesday to close the decades-old Westchester County Police Revolver and Rifle League after a bullet fragment grazed a woman in a backyard last month.
Residents of a suburban New York City town want a private gun range shut down after a bullet fragment apparently struck a woman in the leg in the backyard of a neighboring home last month.
There is a call to shut down an old gun range in Greenburgh after a bullet fragment grazed a nearby resident last week.
It is not easy for college graduates to find jobs these days, so one local student has taken matters into her own hands to help herself and others.
With the Rangers playing for the Stanley Cup, recreational hockey players who cheer for the Blueshirts are in hockey heaven.
Some Westchester homeowners have called a proposed 32 acre, for-profit, sports complex, being proposed by local leaders unsportsmanlike.