AAA: 38 Million Americans Expected To Travel For Memorial Day WeekendAAA projects some 38 million people will travel 50 miles or more over the holiday weekend. That's about 700,000 more than last year and the most since 2005.
Police: Masked Man Sought In Stabbing Of 3 Teens At Rockville Centre ParkThe three victims were playing basketball when a man walked up to the group, pulled a ski mask over his face and tried to start a fight, police said.
'Crucible' Producers Save Mamaroneck Students' Broadway TripA Mamaroneck High School teacher bought tickets through a non-profit for his students to see the Broadway production of Arthur Miller's play, but feared their trip was doomed after the organization went bankrupt.
Stories From Main Street: Growing Food And Teaching Sustainable Living On The Hudson RiverA floating farm on the Hudson River is teaching children a valuable lesson.
Metro-North Returning To Regular Weekday Schedule Friday Following East Harlem FireMetro-North said it would operate on an "enhanced Saturday schedule'' Thursday, providing customers with additional trains during peak travel times. The railroad said it hoped to restore regular service by Friday.
MTA To Run Trains On 'Enhanced Saturday' Schedule For Thursday Following East Harlem FireMetro-North said it is running a Saturday schedule Wednesday with trains running with reduced speeds on only two of the four tracks. It said customers should expect crowded conditions and delays.
Port Chester Fires Last 8 Professional Firefighters To Go All-VolunteerPort Chester has fired its last eight professional firefighters to go all-volunteer.
WCBS 880 Exclusive: Bill Bratton Says He's Not Stepping Down, Calls Police Union Head 'Crazy Eddie'SBA President Ed Mullins said Police Commissioner Bill Bratton "has stayed too long" and called for him to step down amid an ongoing NYPD corruption investigation.
Stories From Main Street: Westchester Center Helps Women Trapped In Abusive RelationshipsWestchester is trying to spread the word about a special service that helps women trapped in abusive relationships.
Obama Administration Gives Directive To Schools On Transgender Bathroom AccessThe directive is in formal guidance that was sent to school districts Friday by the departments of Education and Justice.
Tempers Flare At Ramapo Town Meeting As Indicted Supervisor Remains In OfficeAnger and outrage erupted at a town board meeting in Rockland County Wednesday, with the fireworks and finger-pointing all aimed at the Ramapo town supervisor who finds himself on the wrong side of the law.
Police: Escaped Inmate Captured In Woods Along Garden State ParkwayAuthorities confirmed that 38-year-old Arthur Buckel was taken into custody Monday after being found in a wooded area near the Garden State Parkway.

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