Westchester Lawmakers Consider Guaranteed Paid Sick Leave For WorkersAccording to Democratic lawmakers, around 123,000 workers in the county currently don't get paid sick-leave.
50 People To Know: Ms. Wheelchair NY 2017 Dayniah MandersonThe 37-year-old mother and English teacher from the Bronx didn't consider herself a pageant person, but now she has a platform to serve as an advocate.
Conn. Lawmakers Consider 5-Cent Plastic Bag Fee To Help Aid State ParksAs the proposal moves forward, lawmakers want to make sure the funds will actually go to state parks, and not end up in the state's general fund.
Irish Pride On Display As Thousands Line Fifth Avenue For Annual St. Patrick’s Day ParadeMore than 150,000 people are expected to march from 44th to 79th streets.
North Suburban Counties Get Clobbered After Snowstorm Shifts CourseWestchester County and other counties north of New York City got clobbered by the snowstorm Tuesday as its course shifted.
Westchester, Rockland Counties Preparing For Major Winter StormThe snow is expected to begin late Monday night with the heaviest snowfall set to start Tuesday morning.
50 People To Know: Consummate NY Host Jimmy NearyThis week's 50 People to Know shines the spotlight on 86-year-old Jimmy Neary, owner and host of Neary's restaurant in Manhattan.
Report: Most Common Scams You Need To Watch Out ForA new report from the Better Business Bureau found the riskiest scams are often very low-tech.
Stamford Police Ask Residents With Security Cameras To Help Fight CrimeStamford police are looking to partner with businesses and homeowners who have security cameras watching over their buildings.
College Students Would Get Tax Break To Stay In Connecticut After Graduation Under New ProposalUp to 60,000 students could benefit annually from the Democratic proposal that would offer a tax credit of up to $1,200 per year for five years.
50 People To Know: Allie Wiseman's Story Of StrengthThis week in 50 People to Know is the inspirational story of Allie Wiseman, who overcame a disease that could have paralyzed her. Instead, it helped propel her to national prominence in the sport of weightlifting.
'Better Safe Than Sorry:' Bergen County High School Trains Staff To Use Opioid Antidote NarcanAn overdose has not been reported at Northern Highlands Regional High School, but the opioid epidemic is so real, school districts are taking extra precautions.

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