The final 12 hours of 2014 began with a balloon drop in suburbia– a new year’s warm up inside the atrium at the city entertainment complex in New Rochelle.
Coroner Robert Edge told local media outlets that the body of Jayden Morrison was found in a pond in Little River on Friday morning.
A homeless man accused of pushing a Hunter College student in front of a Metr0-North train last year has pleaded guilty to attempted murder.
More retailers opened their doors Thanksgiving Day to offer early holiday shopping deals.
Eric Refvik, 34, was stone-faced and said nothing as he left the courthouse. He is charged with felony criminally negligent homicide and misdemeanor DWI.
Twelve members of a single family were charged Thursday with lying to lenders to obtain more than $20 million in mortgage loans over the past decade, most of which went into default.
At Burke Rehabilitation Center in White Plains, a robotic arm initiates and guides Army veteran and stroke victim Tom Kastner’s affected limb with the hope of retraining the nerves.
A 10-year-old boy fell into a quarry at a park outside White Plains Tuesday afternoon.
Numb with grief, the teenage children of Reyda LaMadrid said goodbye and vented their frustration at the way their mother died—allegedly at the hands of a drunk, off-duty White Plains firefighter.
The woman was out delivering newspapers Monday morning when the Honda Civic she was riding in was struck head-on by a Chevy Tahoe, police said. She was pronounced dead at the scene.
A Major League Soccer referee has been suspended after being accused of collecting New York unemployment benefits while working.
The 28-year-old photographer last saw the remote-controlled quad-copter on Sunday afternoon near downtown White Plains when it simply flew away.
Two Connecticut men have pleaded guilty in White Plains federal court to bribery and fraud charges in a case in which a former FBI agent is also charged.
A former New Rochelle high school soccer player has been sued for allegedly breaking an opposing player’s jaw.
Prosecutors Tuesday said hundreds of customers at White Plains bank are victims of theft – and the thieves are tellers who allegedly took their money.