Union leaders at Stop & Shop stores were holding meetings with membership Sunday evening, as they discuss the possibility of a strike or work stoppage.
Concerns about a coyote invasion in Westchester County have been heightened since the animals attacked and killed one woman’s beloved dog.
Some people in Westchester County will be working overtime after 2,000 tax bills were lost.
The nephew, also named John Mara, was arrested by Fairfield police Friday and posted $150,000 bail.
Three nurses testified Tuesday on the second day of Douglas Kennedy’s trial, on charges that he attacked two nurses at Northern Westchester Hospital.
The ex-wife of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo told police she may have confused the drug with her thyroid medication, which were “next to each other on the counter.”
In January, surveillance cameras captured Douglas Kennedy attempting to leave Northern Westchester Hospital with his newborn, which is against hospital policy. The video shows two nurses trying to stop him and one nurse being pushed to the ground.
Big budgets and rising taxes could soon send two Westchester police departments into extinction.
There is only one crematory in all of Westchester County, in Hartsdale. Now, historic Oakwood Cemetery in Mount Kisco wants to build one, in response, cemetery officials say, to increased demand.
Downed trees are causing widespread problems in hard hit areas of New York as many homes and businesses remain in the dark following the weekend’s unusual October snowstorm.
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.
Some of the worlds best golfers are hitting the links in Westchester this weekend to raise money for a great cause.
The Mount Kisco Urban Renewal Agency, the City of New Rochelle Parking Authority, and the Nyack Urban Renewal Agency, are just some of the agencies that he says do nothing.
Every parent knows that taking children to the doctor’s office is not a lot of fun, but what if you’re child actually looked forward to going? One Westchester pediatrician is taking the pain out of doctor’s visits.