Deaths Of 2 Children From Asthma Prompts Westchester Officials To Reiterate Doctor's Offices Are Safe During PandemicThe Westchester County Department of Health says the recent deaths of two children from asthma were likely preventable.
Westchester Health Officials: Too Early To Say If This Flu Season Will Be A Bad OneThe latest map by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows the flu is hitting hard in 43 states. It has been widespread in New York since mid-December.
Westchester County Boy Reportedly Finds Needle In White BreadA 15-year-old Westchester County boy got an unwelcome surprise this week while eating a piece of toast, according to a published report.
Suspected Norovirus Outbreak Strikes Swanky Hilton Westchester HotelAbout 200 of the 825 guests for the Delta Sigma Theta sorority brunch were sickened after their April 21 event at the hotel.
Part Of The Hudson Safe For Swimmers After Sewer Main Break In OssiningAn estimated 1.5 million gallons of sewage was discharging into Killbrook Creek which is about a quarter-mile from the Hudson.
Bans On Hudson Swimming And Boating May Last Through Weekend After Ossining Sewer Main BreakAn estimated 1.5 million gallons of sewage is discharging into Killbrook Creek which is about a quarter-mile from the Hudson.
Woodchuck Tests Positive For Rabies In OssiningHealth officials say the woodchuck seemed unhealthy and was caught on July 1. Test results received Thursday confirmed it was rabid.