Long Island man arrested at Eisenhower Park, East Meadow, after shots fired on SundayC.J.TeevanNewsBreak Contributor
Pedestrian hit by car on Old Country Road was running across the street: WitnessesC.J.TeevanNewsBreak Contributor
Chaos erupts on an NYC subway as passengers square upCarlNewsBreak Contributor
Elderly Woman Beaten in Random Attack Near Yankee StadiumBronxVoiceNewsBreak Contributor
UPDATE: For those shots in the dark at Eisenhower Park, Judge Geoffrey Prime sets $500,000 bailC.J.TeevanNewsBreak Contributor
DA: 30-Year Christmas Eve Murder In Hudson Valley, New York Solved
Two men have been arrested nearly 30 years after a Hudson Valley man was violently murdered on Christmas Eve. Westchester County District Attorney Miriam E. Rocah and New York State Police Acting Superintendent Steven A. Nigrelli announced on Tuesday that two men were indicted for a 1995 murder. Christmas Eve...
Anti-LGBTQ Signs Posted At Greenwich Town Hall After Pride Celebration
The incident took place in Greenwich on Monday, June 5 after 8 a.m., following a Pride celebration at Town Hall by local government officials and dignitaries on Sunday, June 4. A Greenwich Police Department detective assigned to the Community Impact Section is investigating the incident, said Lt. Patrick Smyth, of...
Moms of 2 teens killed in DUI crash support defendant at sentencing
A young man from Stamford was sentenced to 10 years in prison Tuesday for a deadly DUI crash that killed two of his teenage friends. It was an emotional hearing in Stamford Superior Court, where even the judge got choked up after the victims’ mothers spoke in support of the defendant, Jerry Diaz, 22.
Student Accused Of Assaulting Teacher At HS In Yonkers
The incident happened in Yonkers on Monday afternoon, June 5, when a 16-year-old female student at Gorton High School allegedly struck a 50-year-old female teacher, according to Yonkers Police Lieutenant Dean Politopoulos. The student, whose name was not released as a result of her age, was then arrested on Tuesday,...
Letter: Greenwich minister ‘moved’ by raising of Pride flag
I would like to share my delight and then sadness about the raising of the Pride flag at Greenwich Town Hall on Sunday afternoon. First, my delight: The Greenwich I know has always stood on the side of strong personal relationships, neighborly good will, and broad acceptance. As a member...
Bronx girl reported missing, police asking public for assistance in locating
NEW YORK CITY, NY – The New York City Police Department has requested public assistance in locating a missing 15-year-old girl, Shiloh McLean, who was last seen on Saturday, around 8:00 pm at 656 Beach Avenue. Shiloh is described as a female, Black Hispanic, around 5’3″ in height, weighing approximately 121 lbs, with brown eyes and black hair. When last seen, she was wearing a black jacket, black pants, and beige sneakers. The post Bronx girl reported missing, police asking public for assistance in locating appeared first on Shore News Network.
Measure to re-name Mario Cuomo Bridge advances, but faces challenge to being made law
Restoring the "Tappan Zee" name to the bridge that spans the Hudson River at Rockland and Westchester counties advanced on Tuesday in the state Senate under a bipartisan measure. But the bill faces an uncertain future in the state Assembly, where lawmakers have said it is unlikely to pass before...
1-month-old girl critically hurt in NYC hit-and-run crash: cops
A 1-month-old girl was critically hurt when a hit-and-run driver rammed into her mom’s car in The Bronx Tuesday night, cops said. The 25-year-old mom was driving with her infant inside a 2010 Hyundai Sonata on Bruckner Expressway beneath Castle Hill Avenue in Unionport around 6:40 p.m. when a 2005 Cadillac sedan slammed into their vehicle, police said. The impact sent the Hyundai into a jersey barrier, causing it to flip over and land on its roof, cops said. The baby was taken to Jacobi Medical Center, where she remained in critical condition Wednesday morning, police said. Her mother suffered minor injuries, cops said. Two men who were inside the Cadillac abandoned their car and ran off, police said. They were still being sought Wednesday.
Man sucker punches woman, 79, in random NYC street attack
A man sucker punched a 79-year-old woman on a Bronx street this week, police said Wednesday as they released video of the suspect.
Father of 10-year-old boy who took his own life demands change from school board
At an emotional and fiery board of education meeting in Peekskill on Tuesday night, 10-year-old Lukas Illescas' father held up the picture of his son to the board he accuses of negligence.
Hate signs targeting LGBTQ+ community were illegally placed at Greenwich Town Hall, officials say
State leaders have condemned the people who placed hate signs around Greenwich Town Hall. The signs targeting the LGBTQ+ community were "illegally placed," officials say. June is also Pride Month. Connecticut House Democrats say that the messages of hate will not be tolerated and reaffirmed their support for the LGBTQ+...
Bipartisan Joyous Occasion in Greenwich Marred By Bigotry
In a welcome display of bipartisan unity, Greenwich legislators including Senator Ryan Fazio, First Selectperson Fred Camillo, Representatives Stephen Meskers, Rachel Khanna, Hector Arzeno, Selectpersons Lauren Rabin and Janet Stone McGuigan ALL acknowledged the positive presence and contributions of the LBGTQ community to the Town of Greenwich and worldwide at Sunday’s Greenwich Town Hall Pride celebration. It was a happy community event!
Headlines: Orthodontist charged in stabbing, stolen ATV suspects sought, Saugerties gun charges
Here are some stories making headlines across the Hudson Valley.
GAAMHA opens innovative recovery home for mothers with children. Here's what they offer
PETERSHAM — The Greenwich Housing Center is the first sobriety home program that focuses on reuniting recovering mothers with their children in the North Central Massachusetts area. The recovery program established by the Gardner Athol Area Mental Health Associate, opened its doors to families last month and it is...
The Pink Talking Fish Circus is Back In Town At The Capitol Theatre
In 2018, Pink Talking Fish created an epic experience at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY called Junta Circus. The show was a full performance of Phish’salbum “Junta” with Pink Floyd and Talking Heads intertwined. It also included classic circus attractions which were thematically integrated into the music; aerialists for Divided Sky/Great Gig In The Sky, giant puppets for Esther, performers dancing in giant bubbles for Foam, a clown show for Union Federal and so much more! This was an unforgettable experience for the audience and since then, people have been begging PTF to produce another Circus Show. Ask and you shall receive...Come one, come all and join us on Saturday, October 14 for the next Pink Talking Fish Adventure!
Duo Wanted For Stealing Norwalk Woman's Purse After Changing Tire
The incident took place in Norwalk around 3 p.m. on Wednesday, May 24 at the Exxon gas station located at 452 Westport Ave. The men, described as being Hispanic in their late 20s, assisted a woman changed her tire and took her purse, and fled in a white 4-door sedan, possibly a Nissan, said Lt. Joe Dinho, of the Norwalk Police.d.
Some outdoor events canceled in NYC, at area schools due to smoke
Smoke from wildfires burning in Canada has traveled into the Tri-State area, prompting schools and events to be canceled to limit exposure.
Police: 18-year-old arrested for slashing woman at Roosevelt Field Mall
Police tell News 12 Verlain Beauge, of Williston Park, is now in custody and facing assault and weapon charges.
Drunk Man Caught Driving With 3 Wheels, Then Hospitalized In Yorktown: Police
The incident happened on Wednesday, May 31 just after 1:10 a.m., when police responded to the intersection of Hallocks Mill Road and Crompond Road (Route 202) in Yorktown after they received a report of a vehicle driving on three wheels, according to Yorktown Police. Soon enough, officers found the vehicle...
Arts & Crafts on Bedford AND the Stamford Downtown Farmers Market return this Saturday, June 10
STAMFORD CT – While it’s still technically spring, summer is making a comeback quickly in Stamford. This Saturday, June 10, Stamford Downtown will be the location of two emblematic for the sunny season events – the launch of the local Farmers Market and the annual tradition of Arts & Crafts on Bedford.
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