It’s a way to cool off and raise money. The latest online trend has people literally soaking their heads for a good cause.
Jose Villanueva, spokesman for the government of Guerrero state, said genetic tests identified the decomposed remains as those of Harry Devert, a 33-year-old stock trader from Pelham.
A New York City policeman accused in the apparently random shooting of a man in the suburbs told police after his arrest that he had downed 10 servings of beer and Irish whiskey, according to court papers released Thursday.
There are 30,000 Americans living with cystic fibrosis, a life threatening disease that affects the lungs and digestive system.
Warren Prescott Lyon, a retired assistant chief of the Pelham Manor Fire Department, lived in the home on the corner of River Avenue and Sixth Street until he passed away in January.
The family of Harry Devert of Pelham says he’s been missing since the end of January.
Ann Devert says her 32-year-old son, Harry, disappeared in Mexico on Jan. 25 and hasn’t been heard from since.
Community members have submitted a request for those speed bumps to be placed around streets connecting the Hutchinson River and Pelham Parkways to create a ‘slow zone’. If approved this would add the area to the existing 14 Zone program.
A pair of smooth talking con artists have allegedly been posing as repairmen and ripping of Bronx residents.
The incident is believed to be the first since ‘Low Bridge – No Truck’ warnings were painted on the roadway surface, reigniting the debate over whether more needs to be done to keep trucks off of parkways.
A Dodge Durango, that was allegedly stolen by a 36-year-old man, slammed into a Saturn Sudan being driven by a nurses aide and her coworker.
From parades to solemn ceremonies, Memorial Day is the day we honor those who died defending our freedoms.
Olivier Famby, a 19-year-old unemployed cabbie from New Rochelle, was arrested Friday after an eagle-eyed police officer spotted him on routine patrol, police announced Monday.
It was the eighth such attack at a station along the New Haven line this year. In most of the incidents the victims were taken completely by surprise, approached from behind by a man who then sticks a gun in their face.
Police say a masked, armed gunman had been pouncing on commuters walking home from Metro-North Railroad stations at night. He forces his victims to lie face down on the ground and then grabs their possessions.