Stories From Main Street: Young Survival Coalition Supports Young Women With Breast CancerThe Young Survival Coalition is hosting a fundraising gala May 20 to support young survivors of breast cancer.
Connecticut Budget Deal Tackles $960 Million Deficit With Cuts, LayoffsThere is no tax increase in the latest budget deal between Democratic lawmakers and Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, instead the state will tackle a $960 million deficit with cuts and layoffs.
Stories From Main Street: Stevens Students Recreate Historic SteamboatA group of students have recreated a steamboat that was built when Thomas Jefferson was still president of the United States.
Amtrak Cleaning Up Toxic Contaminants Found On Tracks At Penn StationOfficials have found elevated levels of toxic contaminants on at least two tracks at Penn Station.
Police Warn Residents Of Car Break-Ins In RocklandThieves have been targeting the parking lots of gyms and parks, smashing car windows and grabbing purses or wallets left in plain sight in the vehicle.
Stories From Main Street: Please Pick Gardens Take Root In NyackA project in Nyack has opened gardens full of fresh fruits and vegetables to everyone in the community.
Westchester Community Shaken After Sudden Death Of 2nd GraderGrieving parents in a Westchester community are concerned after an elementary school student suddenly died.
Tappan Zee Bridge Makes Switch To Cashless TollsDrivers who don't have an E-ZPass can now cross the Tappan Zee Bridge without getting stuck in long, slow lines at the toll plaza.
Cuomo: Metro-North, LIRR Workers Must Get Sleep Apnea TestsConductors and engineers with the Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North will be required to undergo testing for sleep apnea, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Tuesday.
New Yorkers Head To The Polls As Trump, Clinton Look For Wins On Home TurfRepublican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton hope to emerge victorious from Tuesday's primaries in New York, contests that offer big delegate hauls and an opportunity for the front-runners to inch closer to their parties' nominations.
Research Shows Tree Pollen Is Starting Earlier, Lasting LongerLongterm research shows that as the planet warms, tree pollen release is starting earlier and lasting longer, causing more people to suffer.
Stories From Main Street: Mount Vernon Makes Strides In Educational Services For Autistic ChildrenA few years ago, Mount Vernon sent autistic students out of district, but that's no longer the case.

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