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.
It was dicey driving through the northern suburbs Tuesday morning. But in both Rockland and Westchester, Sandy has proven deadly.
An American tradition has turned violent in Westchester County, where high school football games have ended recently with injuries caused by celebrations gone wild.
In addition to the water park, the new operator will add a “Great Lawn” facing the Long Island sound. The space will be suitable for hosting events like graduations and concerts.
The 71-year-old woman said in an interview that she thought she was going to die.
Police say a 72-year-old woke up just after 2 a.m. and found a hooded intruder with a knife in her fourth floor apartment at the exclusive Osborn Retirement Community in Rye.
For Westchester County, losing $3 to $5 million a year on Rye Playland is no longer going to be an option, according to County Executive Rob Astorino.
The bags were found Monday by highway workers on a ramp connecting Interstates 95 and 287 in Rye, police said.
Following four false reports, police have arrested a 14-year-old boy from Rye, but Police Commissioner William Connors believes that the cyber trail will lead to outside the city.
More than 30 officers from several departments had responded to what turned out to be a false report of a home invasion and shooting in Rye.
There was a report of a home invasion and hostage situation at 105 North Street in Rye on Wednesday. But when police entered the home, they found out that there was no emergency inside.
Rye High School juniors Max Meyerson, Sean Pinson and Tristan Scaggs all face second degree assault and other charges after police said they took part in a brutal ritual known around Rye as “Freshman Friday.”
Pierce Crowley, 15, was spotted walking with some kids in Washington Heights by a NYPD officer early Thursday morning.
Some 500 people spent the holiday weekend looking for Pierce Crowley, posting fliers about the teen’s disappearance in Westchester, Connecticut, Manhattan and the Bronx.