Every night at 8:30 p.m. one of the foxes takes a stroll down Osage Street in Ossining, but the fox is no friend of the hound in this town. In fact, it’s war.
For two weeks now, there have been no hot showers and hot plate cuisine has been the order at the Cortlandt Ridge townhouse complex in Ossining, WCBS 880’s Sean Adams reported.
Would-be party-goers were given directions, admission prices, and even offered rides from the train station before police stepped.
The movement to allow chickens in New Rochelle was started by sisters 15-year-old Emma and 12-year-old Sophia Piester, who asked permission to own three hens for the purpose of egg consumption.
Ossining Village Mayor William Hanauer is adjusting to the new political reality as state lawmakers carved up legislative districts with an eye toward preserving majority power.
The state recently closed the Arthur Kill Correctional Facility on Staten Island, the seventh prison, camp or work release facility shuttered in 2011 as New York transferred about 2,600 inmates and 1,400 staff to its 60 remaining penal units in an effort to save millions of dollars and remove excess capacity.
Just north of the Tappan Zee Bridge is a village full of ghosts and goblins and a rich part of New York’s history.
The agency also said that Long Island Rail Road would restore near-normal service for Monday morning’s commute. Meanwhile, Metro-North train service will remain suspended on Monday.
An estimated 1.5 million gallons of sewage was discharging into Killbrook Creek which is about a quarter-mile from the Hudson.
An estimated 1.5 million gallons of sewage is discharging into Killbrook Creek which is about a quarter-mile from the Hudson.
Ossining, in Westchester County, was among the hardest hit by Friday’s weather. Residents said patio furniture went flying and some lost shingles off their roofs.
There have been 25 rabies cases in Westchester County this year – the most in the state.
Health officials say the woodchuck seemed unhealthy and was caught on July 1. Test results received Thursday confirmed it was rabid.
Named for his outfit of animal skins, the Leatherman made a 365-mile loop through the same towns about every month. He said little and relied on handouts for food.
Police said it was a dangerous and troubling situation in the neighborhood not far from Ossining High School.