Three Tri-State Area college students are among the 32 students who have won prestigious Rhodes scholarships this year.
A woman returned Echo, a 5-year-old Labrador Retriever, to the Fontana family on Friday.
Echo, a 5-year-old Labrador Retriever, left his family’s Rye home on Dearborn Avenue through an open door last Wednesday night and hasn’t been seen since.
Someone has been missing out on a $1 million fortune from an unclaimed New York state lottery ticket sold in Westchester County.
Stories From Main Street: Mamaroneck Man Searches For Remains Of World War II Hero In Long Island Sound
When the weather is clear, chances are that you will find Bob Contreras from Mamroneck crisscrossing the Long Island Sound near Rye and Greenwich, searching for a missing plane and a World War II hero.
Rye Playland opened for the season Saturday, more than six months after Superstorm Sandy nearly destroyed it.
About 200 of the 825 guests for the Delta Sigma Theta sorority brunch were sickened after their April 21 event at the hotel.
There is a tentative deal in place to keep Rye Playland going for the next ten years, but not everyone is on board.
Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino said Thursday that the money-losing Playland park in Rye could be taken over on Oct. 1 by Sustainable Playland Inc.
Many parts of the city are overrun with deer and residents have been complaining about the animals grazing in their yards and leaping in front of cars.
Rye High School’s stately stone facade evokes images of the Ivy League and people usually feel safe and protected in the upscale corner of Westchester County.
The Westchester County district attorney says Kujtim Nicaj of Rye was sentenced Tuesday to 6 1/2 years behind bars.
Smith and Trully have been charges with six counts of burglary or attempted burglary in Rye, but police have linked them to a total of 35 robberies from Westchester to Connecticut since Sandy hit.
There are still plenty of people without power in Westchester County, but County Executive Rob Astorino says there is good news.
For those north of New York City, life is still not normal since superstorm Sandy hit on Monday. Many are without power and some can’t drink the water.