Westchester County In The Process Of Examining Dozens Of Police Reform RecommendationsThere is update on the vital work of police reform in New York, inspired by the death of George Floyd and other shocking incidents.
Officials Release 42 Recommendations For Power Companies To Improve Their Storm ResponseIn August, Tropical Storm Isaias left thousands of Westchester residents without power for days. Now Westchester has compiled 42 recommendations for improvements.
Exclusive: Westchester County Executive Agrees To Turn Over Playland Management To Private FirmIt's a strategic reversal by County Executive George Latimer, who just last year tried to kill a deal cut by his predecessor with Standard Amusements to manage the park.
Westchester County Executive George Latimer Proposes $1 Million Cut In County Property TaxesLatimer says Westchester has a budget surplus after federal COVID funding covered some expenses.
Remote Learning Centers Across Westchester Ease Working Parents' Minds By Keeping Kids Engaged In SchoolRemote learning is becoming more structured, less lonely and far less worrisome for families thanks to 15 remote learning centers across Westchester.
Tropical Storm Isaias: Westchester County Residents Worried Cleanup, Power Restoration Effort Lagging; 'We Just Can't Get Answers Out Of Anybody'No power is one concern, but residents are also upset their streets are still impassable. They're worried they'd be trapped during an emergency.
Westchester County Hits The Ground Running During Phase 3 Of ReopeningMany people in our area have reached another big checkpoint on the road to reopening.
Mid-Hudson Region Poised To Begin Phase 1 Reopening Tuesday; 'People Need To See That We're Going In A Better Direction'Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano says as much as anything, Phase One signals there is light at the end of the tunnel.
Coronavirus Update: Westchester County Cases Nearing 4,000, Due In Part To Aggressive TestingWestchester County Executive George Latimer on Tuesday provided an update on the work his team and local municipalities are doing to contain the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus Update: Officials Across Tri-State Urge Residents To Remain Focused, Be Vigilant And Not To PanicThere are no confirmed cases in the Tri-State Area, but the chance for an outbreak is not being taken lightly.
Coronavirus Update: More Than 2 Dozen People Quarantined In Westchester County As A PrecautionAccording to the Department of Health, 26 people recently returned to Westchester County from areas where the coronavirus is more prevalent.
Possible Toll On Trucks On Short Stretch Of I-684 Raises Specter Of N.Y.-Conn. Border Toll WarWestchester County says their neighbors to the north are making a money grab, and it's ready to fight.
Halloween Treat: Westchester County Announces Property Tax Cut In New BudgetHalloween week is normally a suspenseful time for Westchester property owners – as they wonder what the proposed county budget will do to their taxes.
Prayer Vigil Planned At Holocaust Memorial That Was Vandalized On Eve Of Yom KippurWestchester County Executive George Latimer said anti-Semitic stickers and posters were discovered Tuesday at the Garden of Remembrance in White Plains.
With Attendance Up And A New Ride About To Be Unveiled, Rye Playland Is Making A ComebackThe cloud of anxiety that hovered over the opening of Playland Park this season seems to have lifted. Attendance at New York's only government-owned amusement park is soaring.