Westchester Residents Say Plan To Change Airline Restrictions Just Won’t FlyA plan to change airline restrictions at a popular Westchester county airport has surrounding communities alarmed.
Stories From Main Street: Westchester Police Academy, Crime Lab Changes With The TimesAt the county's revamped police academy and crime lab in Valhalla, all police cadets now train for an active shooter.
Weight Of Snow Collapses Sports Dome In Mount VernonThe weight of heavy snow has caused a sports dome to collapse in Westchester County.
Westchester County Has Salt And Staff On The Ready For SnowstormWestchester County is ready for whatever Mother Nature brings this weekend.
Westchester County Introduces Program For Addressing Sports ConcussionsThe county is circulating a "safer sports" handbook for dealing with concussions -- spotting them quickly and avoiding full-contact workouts when possible.
Astorino Questions Legality Of Cuomo’s Executive Order On HomelessWestchester County Executive Rob Astorino said he's taking a close look at Gov. Andrew Cuomo's executive order to force the homeless off the streets in freezing weather.
Westchester County Executive Says He Won't Raise Property Taxes To Fill Budget GapThe county could see potentially hundreds of layoffs or reductions in services
Officials Crackdown On Visitation Rules At Westchester County JailThe wife of an inmate has been charged with smuggling the synthetic pot into the jail.
Westchester Officials: Synthetic Marijuana Likely To Blame For Sickening 13 InmatesThe inmates were overcome with the same of symptoms, which included vomiting, sudden agitation, hallucinations and going into a catatonic state, officials said.
Westchester County Police Force Absorbs Mount Kisco CopsFormer members of the Mount Kisco Police Department made the transition Monday to the Westchester County police force, being sworn in by County Executive Rob Astorino as their old commander looked on.
Astorino Urges Businesses To Escape NYC's Taxes, Regulations And Move To WestchesterWestchester County Executive Rob Astorino said Thursday that he is looking for defectors – New York City businesses tired of the high costs of operating in the Big Apple.
Report: Thousands Of Students Opted-Out Of Standardized TestsAmid the controversy over Common Core-aligned tests for public school students, one thing is clear: the opt-out movement is growing.