With 15 stitches and an eye swollen shut, Myra Flores wants Larchmont drivers to beware of what she’s calling a crumbling overpass.
The Wallachs paid cash for the ring for the value of its gold, but refused to accept any payment from Hall. Under the circumstances, they said it didn’t seem right.
Thousands of people in Westchester County lost water service for a few hours Wednesday, when New York City workers closed a major valve without notifying the affected communities.
As a cosmetics company founder, Donald Robertson has a fashion sense, but it’s his keen eye for instant images that’s attracting attention.
Rabbi Alfredo Borodowski pleaded guilty Thursday in Mamaroneck Village Court to second-degree harassment. He will get no jail time or probation if he stays out of trouble for a year.
This week’s back-to-back snowstorms are raising some unusual issues for homeowners, but there are still few hours left to prepare.
Rabbi Alfredo Borodowski, 49, has been charged with criminal impersonation for an incident on the Sprain Brook Parkway in May.
Rabbi Alfredo Borodowski was accused last month of flashing a fake badge at a fellow motorist in Mamaroneck. On Wednesday, police in White Plains accused him of doing the same thing there in May.
Attorney Andrew Rubin issued a statement Monday, including an apology, on behalf of Rabbi Alfredo Borodowski.
A Westchester County rabbi has been fired from his post at the helm of an adult Jewish learning center on the Upper East Side, after being accused of pretending to be a police officer and harassing motorists on at least three occasions.
A second victim has now come forward in the case of a Westchester County rabbi accused of impersonating a police officer.
Utility companies can’t always stop trees from coming down, but Con Edison is trying to reduce the number of people who lose power when trees do come down.
Customers of a Larchmont bridal shop are worried they won’t get the dresses they ordered after finding out the store is going out of business.
A huge crowd spilled out into the lobby of White Plains City Hall last night for a hearing on a proposal to turn a former country club into a $60 million private school campus.
Investigators in Putnam County released the results of their probe Thursday into the horrific blaze that left four people dead and determined a smoldering cigarette ash ignited the fire.