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.
Someone’s dropping by Westchester County homes this holiday season, and it isn’t Santa. Police say smash-and-grab break-ins are on the rise.
A huge crowd spilled out into the lobby of White Plains City Hall last night for a hearing on a proposal to turn a former country club into a $60 million private school campus.
Travis Brady of the Greenburgh Nature Center in Scarsdale stopped by the CBS 2 studios to discuss how you can help care for the animals at the center.
Jeanne Quigley was charged with grand larceny and criminal possession of stolen property after allegedly being caught on video going through cabinets and taking cash from an envelope.
They say video doesn’t lie, but it can leave you speechless. Just ask Jeff Osterman and wife, Susan Matula, who said they still still can’t believe what their nanny was caught doing.
Recent storms have devastated parts of Westchester County and now some money is being spent to actually prevent that flooding.
The latest Gallup Poll on guns says that 47 percent of Americans now have guns, more than any time since 1993, and women are buying in increasing numbers.
Ben Ulene, 15, of Scarsdale, really hit a home run, and he didn’t even have to swing a bat.
Are you hoping to hit the road for Independence Day weekend? There’s some good news for you!
Spierer, who is from Westchester, disappeared early Friday. She was last seen by her friends at 4:30 a.m. walking back to her apartment.
While the search continues in Bloomington, Ind. for a missing college student from Westchester, the case is eerily similar to one in 2000.
Prosecutors say a suburban New York man lured investors into backing his plan for a children’s baseball facility, then embezzled tens of thousands of dollars to pay his home mortgage.
A fishy felony in upscale Scarsdale has police looking for a stash of exotics swiped from someone’s yard, and these aren’t just any fish – they’re a pricy kind of carp called “koi.”