Police were called to scene after an altercation broke out just before halftime Wednesday during the varsity boys soccer game between White Plains and New Rochelle.
It all started around 11 p.m. when police responded to a domestic dispute on Fourth Street.
A Westchester County man was sentenced to 20 years in prison Tuesday for killing his own 2-year-old son.
Nelson Acevedo was arraigned Tuesday on rape and sexual abuse charges, Westchester County District Attorney Janet DiFiore said.
A number of suburban areas have struggled to humanely control geese because of health and property damage issues.
Neighbors said they alerted authorities several days ago that the man seemed to be having troubles.
Last month, New Rochelle officials had the “Don’t Tread on Me” flag removed from the city’s vacant armory building, because they feared that the flag may be seen as political. Now, members of a local veterans group are suing the city.
Stories From Main Street: New Rochelle Man Runs Monthly Marathons In Honor Of His Wife’s Breast Cancer Battle
Tom Dente starting running marathons in a typical way. But then his wife Liz was diagnosed with breast cancer and running took on new meaning.
They’re a damaging hazard that can ruin a driver’s day. Potholes are making a mess of Tri-State Area roads as the spring thaw sets in.
Prosecutors said Richard Leak, 32, fractured the skull of his son, Khalil Leak, in January of 2011. The defense argued that the injury was an accident.
Lightning has struck not once, but twice. The New Rochelle High School boys basketball team has now become the talk of more than just the town. It might soon be the state.
Investigators were searching for suspects Monday night, after a series of explosive devices detonated in New Rochelle.
Who says March Madness is just for college hoops? “The next thing you know, the other team’s on the floor crying, and (the refs) said it counted,” Edney said on WFAN radio Monday.
Two disabled New Rochelle High School students claim they were mistreated during a fire condition last month and now the school is being investigated by the U.S. Justice Department.
Ray Rice’s hometown victory lap will have to wait a few weeks.