A six-year-old boy was in recovery on Thursday night after being seriously injured in a hit-and-run.
The four-day annual training evaluation began Friday at the Westchester County Fire Training Center in Valhalla.
A state police dive team found a body Monday in the Connecticut River near where police were searching for Rick Cianflone who went missing while visiting a weekend lobster festival in Essex.
As Mayor Michael Bloomberg looks to expand food recycling in New York City, there is a Westchester County program also headed in that direction.
Bacterial contamination was being blamed Monday for an outbreak of foodborne illness following the popular Burger & Beer Bash in Westchester County earlier this month.
Lowey said NIH grants to Westchester and Rockland total $96 million over three years.
The Archdiocese of New York has decided to close 22 elementary schools and two high schools that have been deemed financially “at risk.”
Darryl Jenkins has filed a lawsuit accusing Kensico Cemetery of negligence, fraud and infliction of emotional distress.
Brooklyn Benedikt, 6, is cute as a button, with bright eyes, rosy red cheeks, and a smile that could melt an iceberg. She’s fine now, but only thanks to those at Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital at Westchester Medical Center.
The $65 million facility is a big step up that includes spacious individual rooms, each with its own shower, sofa seating, bright lighting and state-of-the-art medical equipment.
Consider the desire to win and those adolescent feelings of invincibility and you get a sense of the difficulty hospitals are facing.
The agency also said that Long Island Rail Road would restore near-normal service for Monday morning’s commute. Meanwhile, Metro-North train service will remain suspended on Monday.
Sunday’s storms did nothing to spoil the patriotic spirit at an annual fireworks display in Westchester County.
The Hudson Valley Pet Food Pantry officially opened its doors Wednesday to assist those who need help buying food for their pets.
Lyme Disease is still the most prevalent tick-borne illness in the Hudson Valley, but doctors at the New York Medical College in Valhalla are warning about another disease.