Schools: The New Normal | New York Districts Get Full Aid This Month, But Problems Remain Across The StateThere is some good news, but it's still a bad situation for New York public school districts.
Superintendent Of Mount Pleasant Schools Says Controversial George Floyd Cartoon Shouldn't Have Been Used In ClassAn 11th grade social studies teacher at Westlake High School showed a cartoon, created by David Fitzsimmons of “The Arizona Star” as commentary on Floyd’s death.
Health Experts: Demand For Flu Shots Is Higher Than Expected, So Public Urged To Get One Sooner Rather Than LaterIn preparing for the flu season, Stop & Shop did its market research and anticipated a 35% increase in demand for the influenza vaccine, but that projection ended up being off.
Multi-Billion Dollar Development Firm Comes To The Aid Of Mom And Pop Eatery In New RochelleIt's a recipe for small business success in a Westchester County city.
Mount Pleasant, N.Y. High School Teacher's Use Of Controversial George Floyd Cartoon Under Review By DistrictA Mount Pleasant, N.Y. high school teacher's decision to use a controversial cartoon of George Floyd in a lesson plan is under review.
'It's Totally Ridiculous!' New York Lottery Winners Waiting Months To Cash Tickets While Service Centers Scale BackCashing the winning ticket has become a real ordeal for some New York Lottery winners.
Schools: The New Normal | Yonkers Teachers, Students Embracing Remote LearningIt's an unprecedented start to the school year in Yonkers, the fourth largest district in New York.
Schools: The New Normal | Broadband Issues In New Rochelle Mean Teachers Will Be Working From HomeWith the new normal for schools set to begin soon, New York's seventh largest city is dealing with a broadband bust.
Travel Experts: Some Countries Beginning To Open Borders To Americans, But Eligible Limited To Residents Of Low-Infection StatesThe coronavirus pandemic put a stop to most international travel almost six months ago. Now a major tourist destination is reopening its borders to Americans, but only some of us.
Norwalk, Conn.-Based Nonprofit Providing Meals For Kids Facing Food Insecurity Has Huge Demand, But Needs AssistanceA nonprofit feeding hungry kids in one of the richest counties in America is facing many challenges linked to the coronavirus pandemic.
In The Right Place At The Right Time, Eagle Scout Helps Rescue Boy Stuck On Side Of Westchester County MountainA 10-year-old boy spent a harrowing hour clinging on the side of a Hudson Valley mountain.
Lawyers Clash Over GPS Monitoring Of Michelle Troconis, Accused In Presumed Death Of Missing Connecticut Mother Jennifer DulosTroconis is charged with murder conspiracy and evidence tampering in the presumed death of Jennifer Dulos, a mother of five who was reported missing more than one year ago.
Coronavirus Impact: Still-Closed Movie Theaters, Casinos In New York State Saying What About Us?Movie theaters and casinos in New York are anxious to reopen, as they have in most neighboring states.
'We're Still Fighting Many Of The Struggles That She Fought': Memorial Dedicated To Sojourner Truth In Ulster CountyCornell historian Margaret Washington says between this monument and the one dedicated earlier Wednesday in Central Park, Truth is finally receiving her due in public places.
Some Westchester County School Districts Are Confident Remote Learning Will Be Much Better Experience This TimeSeveral of the largest districts in Westchester County will start the school year remotely. That includes Yonkers, New Rochelle, and White Plains.