From Westchester County to Dutchess County and beyond, New York City’s northern suburbs are still cleaning up from the torrential rains of Hurricane Irene.
The U.S. Attorney for Southern District of New York has filed a civil rights against the Port Chester-Rye Union Free School District.
A select group of kids from the Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital at Westchester Medical Center are getting a memory that could last a lifetime.
The season is already practically half over, but now there’s a new fee structure at Playland in Rye.
While the county was considering a long term lease for the museum at Playland in Rye, County Executive Rob Astorino now wants to hold off until the county knows for sure what it’s doing with the amusement park.
Rather than hopping in a car and being driven to school hundreds of kids have formed Walking School Buses.
The “Real Housewives” have left their mark on New Jersey, New York City, Orange County, Atlanta, Miami, Beverly Hills and Washington, DC.
Earlier this week, the Westchester County Board of Legislators decided to remove of the entrance fee for county residents at Rye Playland and cut the entrance fee to $5 for non-residents.
Would you like to go for a walk around Playland? Well, it will now cost you nothing!
It was a tough winter for riders on Metro-North’s New Haven Line and the railroad is taking steps to avoid similar problems this coming winter.
New York state has decided not to renew coyote-trapping permits in two suburban communities where attacks occurred year. The DEC said permits were not warranted in Rye and Rye Brook because there were few coyote sightings over the winter.
They’re changing the street signs in the city of Rye to abide by a federal mandate.
When the winter winds howl, dog owners grab a towel and head to Playland Beach in Rye but come April the beach is off-limits to furry friends. Now, a grassroots group is petitioning Westchester County to create a year-round doggie beach.
After two coyote attacks last summer, the town of Rye is not taking any chances. Town officials are keeping their guards up and police commissioner William Connors wants residents to be aware.
Rising temperatures are raising concerns in many suburban communities over the return of coyotes. Law enforcement shared their new battle plan in the war between man and beast.