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.
“The idea is to offer the competitive product, what many of the Ivy League colleges have offered,” says county economic development director Larry Gottlieb.
A judge has dismissed all charges against four New York college football players who were arrested after a teammate was killed by a police officer.
A New York woman is starting a pet food pantry to help people who may be forced to give up their animals because they can no longer afford to feed them.
The alert affects Briarcliff, Sleepy Hollow, Tarrytown, Grasslands Reservation, Elmsford, Irvington, Hawthorne, Valhalla, and Thornwood.
At the Westchester Medical Center emergency room, they’ve seen their fair share of emergencies since the snow moved into town.
Peekskill police said the boy was one of several children crossing the street at a Route 9 intersection when he was struck.
A defense lawyer is questioning the criminal mischief charge against a college quarterback accused of breaking a store window after a teammate was shot to death by suburban New York police.
“DJ’s mother needs to know that her son is not a criminal, and what happened that night was an accident,” Samantha DeRosa, who was in the middle of Sunday’s chaos said.