Students at Archbishop Stepinac High School in Westchester are giants in their own way.
Local conservationists are taking on the number one movie in the nation. “The Grey” shows actor Liam Neeson struggling for survival against a pack of wolves.
Big budgets and rising taxes could soon send two Westchester police departments into extinction.
Iowa Lottery CEO Terry Rich said the whole thing has been bizarre since Crawford Shaw of Bedford, NY claimed the ticket on Dec. 29, 2011, 13 months after it was purchased at a Des Moines gas station.
A Parking Authority job in Westchester County has started an ugly fight, raising charges of patronage and nepotism. It’s a struggle that is pitting an incoming mayor-elect against the outgoing mayor.
Whether you’re looking to plan a holiday soiree or your child’s seventh birthday party, we’ve picked out our top picks for event and party planners in the Tri-State area.
Utilities officials say customers could get their power back on any time between Wednesday and Saturday.
Downed trees are causing widespread problems in hard hit areas of New York as many homes and businesses remain in the dark following the weekend’s unusual October snowstorm.
Starting Saturday afternoon, a wintry mix is expected to hit the Tri-State Area.
Association President Vincent Doyle says volunteer lawyers will be available to answer questions about insurance, property disputes, landlord-tenant matters and general legal issues.
Northern Westchester, Rockland, Putnam Counties Under Flood Watch; New FEMA Center Opens In White Plains
The National Weather Service says an additional inch of rain is expected to fall Wednesday morning and that flooding along roads and low-lying areas may occur.
Some 3,000 people were part of a Muslim tour group who went to the park Tuesday to celebrate Eid al-Fitr, the end of Ramadan. Things started to go south, however, when women wearing headscarves wanted to get on some of the rides. Any sort of head covering is banned on the rides for safety reasons.
Tropical Storm Irene dumped barrels of water on Dutchess, Rockland and Westchester counties, knocking out power, flooding roads and even causing injuries and one fatality.
On Thursday, Con Edison deployed extra crews ahead of Hurricane Irene to help prune trees near power lines and houses in Westchester County.
“Some of these storms come in real quick and then they disappear but they’re doing a lot of damage lately,” Scott Hogan of Pleasantville told CBS 2′s Dave Carlin.