New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo blitzed the suburbs Thursday with ceremonial bill signings, but will his 2-percent property tax cap stick? Not everyone is sure.
Officer Aaron Hess has filed a lawsuit against Briarcliff Wines and Liquors, the store where 20-year-old Danroy ”DJ” Henry allegedly purchased alcohol the night he was shot and killed in Thornwood, N.Y.
If you get your beer from Westchester County, you might notice something different in the near future.
At the Westchester Table Tennis Center, they’re getting ready to open their doors and be the largest table tennis center in the Northeast.
“The pain of losing our son so suddenly is insatiable and not only has his absence changed us forever, but his suffering will always haunt us as well,” Henry’s parents said in a statement.
A police union has given its Officer of the Year award to the policeman who shot and killed a college football player during a disturbance in the New York City suburbs.
17 cities are getting federal grant money to install cameras and license plate readers, and people to check those systems.
At Flour & Sun bakery in Pleasantville, they’re busy mixing green dye into the batter and cutting out little footballs.
Sledding controversy erupts in Pleasantville as Country Club claims sledders are causing too much damage.
Pace University officials announced this week plans to sell its 35-acre campus in Briarcliff Manor and move the dorms, offices and classrooms there to its main campus in Pleasantville.
The best friend of a college football player shot and killed in his car by police said that he doesn’t want his pal’s reputation to be sullied after his death.
Anthony Chiarlitti says it’s useless to speculate about what happened on Oct. 17, when two officers fired at a moving car and 20-year-old Danroy Henry was killed.
Forensic experts are trying to retrace the path of a fatal bullet. They are trying to figure out which of two police officers fired the shot that took the life of a Pace University football player.
A new state law requiring motorists to stop for pedestrians in crosswalks – not just yield to them – is resulting in more tickets and warnings.
The Jacob Burns Film Center will once again be broadcasting the National Theatre Live from London.