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Lane Closures To Affect Traffic On Stretch Of I-684 In Harrison, North Castle For Month
Interstate 684 will be reduced to one lane in both directions between Exit 1 (Interstate 287) in Harrison and Exit 2 (Route 120) in North Castle on weekdays between Tuesday, Dec. 5 and Friday, Jan. 5, the New York State Department of Transportation announced. The lane reductions will occur between...
Customer Sues After Finger Found in Salad at Westchester Chop’t
MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. - A customer claiming to have found part of a human finger in her salad is suing fast casual food chain Chop’t. According to a complaint filed in state Supreme Court last month, Allison Cozzi of Greenwich, Conn., was dining at a Chop’t on South Moger Avenue in Mount Kisco on April 7 when she realized she was chewing on a bit of severed digit. Cozzi’s suit alleges that earlier that day one of the eatery’s managers had accidentally lopped off the tip of her left pointer finger while preparing arugula. The injured woman then left and went to...
Stamford firefighters honor 25-year ShopRite employee killed in hit-and-run
West Side Station firefighters in Stamford presented ShopRite with a banner honoring the life of employee Marie Jean-Charles. Jean-Charles was struck and killed by a vehicle last week as she was crossing West Main Street near Alvord Lane. She was a beloved cashier at ShopRite for 25 years. Stamford police...
Pleasantville Man, 20, Wounded In Shooting: AC Police
On Saturday, Dec. 2, at 4:40 p.m., Atlantic City police responded to a ShotSpotter alert in the 300 block of New York Avenue. Police found evidence of gunfire. Shortly after, a shooting victim arrived at the AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center, City Division, to be treated for non-life-threatening injuries. Anyone with...
Suspect Nabbed After Stabbing Woman Found Screaming For Help In Mount Vernon: Police
The arrest stemmed from an incident on Saturday, Dec. 2 just before 5:30 p.m., when the woman was heard screaming for help in Mount Vernon in the area of South 8th Avenue and West Sandford Boulevard, according to Mount Vernon Director of Communications Timothy Allen. Mount Vernon Police officers soon...
New Update: Missing 57-Year-Old Ridgefield Man Found Dead, Police Say
This story has been updated:A missing Connecticut man who disappeared while trail hiking has been found dead.Fairfield County resident Jack Gordon, age 57, had last been seen in his hometown of Ridgefield on Sunday, Dec. 3 was located deceasedGordon had left home to go hiking in the Bennetts F…
Why Mount Kisco is One of the Best Places to Live in New York
Mount Kisco is a suburb of New York City with a population of 10,904. Mount Kisco is in Westchester County and is one of the best places to live in New York. Living in Mount Kisco offers residents an urban feel and most residents own their homes. Many young professionals live in Mount Kisco and residents tend to lean liberal. The public schools in Mount Kisco are highly rated.
Nanny accused of stealing more than $25,000 worth of items from family
STAMFORD, CT (WFSB) – A woman who worked as a nanny is accused of stealing more than $25,000 worth of items from a Stamford family, according to police. Police identified the nanny as Maria Fermin of Stamford. Authorities said the family started noticing items were missing from their home.
$44.6 Million Thruway Project Completed In Rockland, Orange Counties; $40 Million Rockland County Highway Garage Opens; Briefs
$44.6 Million Thruway Project Completed In Rockland, Orange Counties. Work has completed on a $44.6 million pavement improvement project on I-87 in the critical corridor spanning Rockland and Orange counties that was slated to conclude by year-end 2023. Overseen by the New York State Thruway Authority, the work covered nearly...
Man Charged With Possessing Gun, Drugs At New Canaan Train Station
Robert Buckley, age 42, of Springfield, Illinois, was charged in New Canaan on Thursday, Nov. 29. According to Lt. Marc DeFelice of the New Canaan Police, officers responded to the Talmadge Hill Train Station lot on a medical assist call. While assisting with the medical response, officers discovered drugs and...
Former NRPD Cop Sentenced to 1 Year Probation for Stealing $24k from Autistic Non-Profit
On Dec. 1, Westchester County District Attorney Miriam E. Rocah announced today that the co-founder of Christopher’s Voice, Inc., a New Rochelle-based charity for autistic children, was sentenced after pleading guilty to stealing approximately $24,000 from the not-for-profit organization named after his son. DA Rocah said: “After stealing money...
Sleepy Hollow lieutenant demoted to sergeant following investigation
A Sleepy Hollow police lieutenant under investigation for several months has been demoted to sergeant. The investigative findings related to Stephen Dougherty have not been made public. But a letter last week from a lawyer who conducted the investigation to Joan Morrison, wife of Officer Clifford Morrison, suggested that her claim that Dougherty groped her at a family gathering six years ago was substantiated.
4 Nabbed After Stealing Over $1.7K Of Clothing From Store In Northern Westchester: Police
Three men and a woman all face grand larceny charges after stealing more than $1,700 worth of merchandise from a Dick's Sporting Goods store in Northern Westchester, police said.The arrests resulted from an incident on Friday, Dec. 1 around 2:30 p.m., when staff at the Dick's Sporting Goods store l…
Local Police Activity: Noise Complaints, Arrests, and Assistance from Nov 14-30, 2023
The police report from November 14 to 30, 2023, includes various incidents. On November 14, a Maple Street resident reported early morning construction noise. However, the police found no activity at the site. Later, a woman on South Riverside Avenue was assisted by the police after being locked out of her car. That evening, a resident on Hunter Place was helped by the police to get up from the floor.
Woman Nabbed For Stabbing Man In Leg In Norwalk, Police Say
The incident occurred on Friday, Dec. 1, in Norwalk in the parking lot on Connecticut Avenue. Lt. Tomasz Podgorski of the Norwalk Police said officers found the man after receiving a call for a person needing medical aid in the parking lot. An investigation found the man was a victim...
These thornwood, NY based Dogs are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
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Traffic Alert: Busy Clarkstown Roadway To Close For Repairs
The closure will take place on Route 303 in Rockland County from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 5 in Clarkstown, weather permitting. Department of Transportation officials said Route 303 northbound will be closed between County Route 80 (Lake Road) and Lakeward Avenue. Motorists should anticipate delays and...
Scam Alert: Suspect Claiming To Be Sergeant Over Phone In New Rochelle, Police Say
The phone scam was announced by the New Rochelle Police Department on Monday, Dec. 4, and reportedly consists of a caller claiming to be Sergeant William Walsh of the department's Warrant Squad. The scammer has been calling from the phone number 914-618-4703, police said. Anyone who receives such a call...
Man Accused Of Stealing Property, Cars From Residential Facility In Westchester
A 30-year-old Connecticut man faces several charges after allegedly stealing from an elderly residential facility in New York, police said. New London County resident David Durlach of Waterford, age 30, was arrested on Friday, Dec. 1 following a long-term investigation into burglaries at a&nbs…
You Must Try The Top 10 Sushi Restaurants in Westchester County, NY
I just recently got back into eating sushi. While I was in college, I had a little bit of it. I would typically get a Philadelphia Roll whenever my roommates ordered from this place right near campus, but honestly, I never really expanded my pallet besides that. Recently; however, an old friend from high school got me hooked on sushi again, and I've been trying all sorts of different rolls. My go-to is a California Roll; however, I've been happy to try all different kinds lately.