Name Confusion Has Westchester Leaders Pushing For ChangeThe only place where Westchester's municipalities are listed in one place is the County Center in White Plains. Some you'll recognize, like Eastchester or Mamaroneck. Others, you may not -- like New Castle.
New Castle Supervisor Wants Police To Be Able To Check Cellphones At Crash SitesLast year, New Castle launched a crackdown on distracted driving, writing more than 700 tickets in the first year.
New Castle Officials Stepping Up Safety At Railroad CrossingsOne crossing of concern is in Chappaqua near the old Readers Digest campus. Just off the Saw Mill River Parkway, Roaring Brook Road can back up as people head toward Horace Greeley High School.
Stories From Main Street: Westchester Town Cracking Down On Distracted DrivingNew Castle has launched an aggressive local campaign called "Hands Off The Phone And On The Wheel."
Tour Bus Operator From Queens Charged In Deadly Delaware CrashA tour bus operator was charged Monday, after a bus bound for New York City crashed in Delaware this past weekend and left two people dead.
2nd Passenger Dies After NYC-Bound Bus Crashes In DelawareA second passenger has died after a New York-bound bus carrying dozens of people crashed and overturned in Delaware, authorities said.
Study: Unaffordable Housing Has Pushed Young Adults Out Of Wealthy SuburbsThe wealthy suburbs on Long Island and in Westchester County have been losing their young workforce at a dramatic rate, and advocates blamed a lack of affordable housing.
Monster Snowstorm Bears Down On Tri-State Area; Blizzard Warning Issued How much and how bad? That seems to be the question on everybody's mind Thursday as two powerful storm systems head toward the Tri-State Area.
Clean-Up Continues Across Tri-State Following Severe StormsThe wicked weather over the weekend that brought strong winds and heavy rain left behind a major mess for Tri-State area residents Monday.
Zoning Changes Paving Way For Development Of Chappaqua CrossingThe New Castle town board has okayed zoning changes that give townhouses, condos, affordable housing, and business a piece of the old Reader's Digest site.
Public Art Project Brings Murals To L.I. CommunityNew Castle will soon start seeing murals and other original outdoor paintings around several sites near the industrial areas as part of a public arts project.
Reader's Digest Chappaqua Crossing Case Heads To CourtsReader's Digest left Chappaqua for good weeks ago, but the future of the site that used to house its headquarters remains up in the air.