An American tradition has turned violent in Westchester County, where high school football games have ended recently with injuries caused by celebrations gone wild.
It was the eighth such attack at a station along the New Haven line this year. In most of the incidents the victims were taken completely by surprise, approached from behind by a man who then sticks a gun in their face.
Police theorized the animals may have been legitimately euthanized at an area shelter or shelters, and given to a contractor to cremate or bury them.
Police in Westchester County have stepped up patrols around train stations, as they search for a gunman who has been robbing commuters.
You’ve got a friend in Rye if you’re getting along in years at SPRYE – Staying Put in Rye and Environs.
Hudson County prosecutor Edward DeFazio says Campos is accused of stabbing his parents, both Brazilian immigrants, and his sister’s child, after what may have been an argument with his father.
Hudson County Prosecutor Edward DeFazio said the man stabbed the three and then walked to the Harrison police station, where he was arrested.
The flag is flying at half staff today outside Harrison town hall in honor of Joe Acocella, Jr., the town clerk, who died after a lifetime of health problems. He was 30.
Harrison Democratic district leader Maria Polera has been charged with sending unauthorized pizzas to the home of the town’s mayor Joan Walsh for about a year.
For the past year, pizzas keep showing up at her house on almost on a weekly basis – pizzas she never ordered.
37 acres of land that used to be St. Vincent’s Hospital is now on the market, up for sale in Harrison. Right now, it is vacant and no taxes are being collected.
School officials in Harrison, N.Y. said they may integrate warnings about synthetic drugs that mimic marijuana into their health curriculum after four students were caught with the substance.
The plane whose splash landing was called “The Miracle on the Hudson” is set for its final destination: a North Carolina aviation museum.
Ninety-year-old Florence D’Imperio appeared at Harrison Municipal Court Tuesday to answer charges she stole from a food pantry.
Christina Rohatynski, the director of the county-wide food bank, was mystified by the thefts of donated food.