As the Tappan Zee Bridge gets pushed to the front of the line for replacement construction projects, many are left wondering what will happen to the old deteriorating bridge.
With special permission from the state, Greenburgh and Elmsford work crews have been clearing debris that’s been clogging the Saw Mill River for years.
Westchester County residents have complained for some time that the Saw Mill River is a major cause of flooding, especially after Hurricane Irene. Now something is being done about it.
After recent flooding, there is a new push by one New York senator to do something to prevent it in the future.
Chronic flooding along the rivers in Westchester County has towns and villages fed up.
After two exhausting months a new lead has been identified in the search for a missing woman from Westchester County who vanished at college.
Their heartfelt appeal for information appeared on the website dedicated to the search, http://www.findlauren.com.
The company that runs a western Indiana landfill says it is cooperating with investigators who might search it for signs of an Indiana University student who’s been missing for two months.
Lauren Spierer, the college student from Westchester who is missing in Indiana, was apparently so incapacitated the night she disappeared, she was barely able to stand.
Greenburgh town supervisor Paul Feiner says it’s a moment in history.
Women’s clothing boutique LF Scarsdale, along with missing college student Lauren Spierer’s friends, held an event Saturday called Headbands for Hope.
Carmelo Anthony reportedly led the Knicks to the NBA playoffs for the first time since 2003-4 with an ailing right elbow. According to the New York Post, the superstar “has been secretly rehabbing” from a bout of elbow bursitis that flared up in February.
Saturday night, AMW aired the details of Lauren’s disappearance in hopes someone would have information on Lauren’s whereabouts.
It has now been more than a week since Westchester native Lauren Spierer disappeared after a night out with friends in Bloomington, Indiana where she goes to school.
Town supervisor Paul Feiner says there could be millions of dollars worth of unpaid tickets out there.