The wealthy suburbs on Long Island and in Westchester County have been losing their young workforce at a dramatic rate, and advocates blamed a lack of affordable housing.
Three expensive cars were recently stolen from outside as gym in Westchester County, and it all happened in seconds.
A significant portion of Westchester County’s water supply could contain a dangerous microscopic parasite that can cause a potentially fatal gastrointestinal illness for which authorities say there is no known treatment.
Westchester County may face legal action and have to pay up $150,000 a month in fines to the U.S. Justice Department, after missing a deadline to improve water treatment in White Plains and Scarsdale.
Rabbi Alfredo Borodowski, 49, of White Plains has been charged with criminal impersonation for an incident from May on the Sprain Brook Parkway.
A water emergency has been declared in the upscale Westchester County village of Scarsdale after a double pump failure, officials announced.
Rabbi Alfredo Borodowski was accused last month of flashing a fake badge at a fellow motorist in Mamaroneck. On Wednesday, police in White Plains accused him of doing the same thing there in May.
Police in Westchester County are looking for a gang of thieves who struck a high-end jewelry shop in the middle of the day. They’re so smooth, the victims weren’t even sure they had been robbed.
Judge Steven Gold was reluctant to grant Andrea Sanderlin’s release when none of her family members agreed to sign her $500,000 bond.
A suburban New York mother has been arraigned on charges she grew thousands of marijuana plants in a highly sophisticated marijuana growing operation out of a warehouse in Queens.
She has nice clothes, an expensive car, and a rented house in the affluent suburbs. But a Westchester County mom is suspected of living a double life.
In 2010, 40-year-old Dede Frontera learned that her breast cancer had metastasized. All she wanted to do was leave a video message for her then 8-year-old daughter Nicole.
The commuter tax died years ago, but it was never really buried. Like a cold snap, it’s something that keeps coming back.
The Archdiocese of New York has decided to close 22 elementary schools and two high schools that have been deemed financially “at risk.”
Problems with Canada geese – from defecation to attacks – have led officials in Scarsdale to decide to kill the birds and turn them into meat.