Greenburgh Woman Denies Using Ethnic Slurs, Assaulting Mother At Child's Birthday PartyThe family told police the neighbor knocked over the food and other items.
Yonkers Police: Teen In 'Grave' Condition After Shooting At H. Boo Wilson ParkA preliminary investigation found the shooting could be related to an earlier dispute between two groups.
Yonkers Residents Call On Lawmakers To Follow Through On Promises After Ida's Devastating FloodsA month after Ida's devastating floods, there is still cleanup that needs to be done in Yonkers.
Westchester County Launching 'Fresh Start' Program For First-Time, Low-Level OffendersWestchester County District Attorney Miriam Rocah says going to jail is not always the answer.
Blind Brook Board Meeting Gets Heated Over Continued Closure Of Ridge Street Elementary SchoolRye Brook parents demanded accountability and answers from the Board of Education.
13 Hospitalized After Exposure To Dangerous Fumes At YMCA Pool In New RochellePatients complaining of burning lungs were treated with oxygen. EMTs also toweled people down to remove chemical residue that could irritate the skin.
Hispanic Heritage Month: Port Chester Is Westchester County's First Majority-Hispanic MunicipalityImmigrants from across Central and South American have found a home in Port Chester, New York.
Ida's Aftermath: Business Owners In Hard-Hit Mamaroneck Keeping Their Spirits Up As Recovery ContinuesBusinesses in the Westchester County village are working to recover, but the process requires patience, hard work, and a good measure of optimism.
Addition To Westchester County 9/11 Memorial Honors Those Who Died From Illnesses Related To Ground ZeroTwo simple stone monuments were unveiled Friday afternoon at Kensico Dam Park in Valhalla to remember first responders and construction workers who have died from 9/11-related cancers.
Flooding At New Rochelle High School Delays Return To In-Person Classes, Major Disappointment To StudentsThe district is exploring options for a quicker return to in-person instruction, such as holding classes off-site or in temporary structures like tents.
Dozens Of Pinwheels On Display In New Rochelle To Mark Lives Lost For Suicide Awareness And Prevention MonthCounty officials believe the pandemic is partly to blame for a 14% rise in suicide deaths.
Yonkers Sanitation Workers Spend Labor Day Clearing Debris From Homes Damaged By IdaOn this Labor Day, countless homeowners and workers were laboring, cleaning up debris and totaling up the damage from Ida.
Exclusive: First Responders Rescue Teenager Stuck In An Open Drain Pipe In MamaroneckGabby Cifuentes said she and her sister were playing ball while their parents were in a nearby tent distributing essentials to families affected by the remnants of Hurricane Ida.
Ida Aftermath: Flooding Leads To Mudslides In YonkersThe mud and debris landed on the Metro-North's Hudson Line tracks, causing a disruption in service.
Gov. Hochul Visits Flood Victims In Westchester; Search Underway For Missing Iona College Professor Frances BailieThe governor arrived with a signed emergency declaration, along with a commitment from the Biden administration and FEMA to provide resources.