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Free Bus Rides: Here's When Westchester Will Suspend Bee-Line Fares
The county's bus system, known as the Bee-Line, will be suspending fares beginning on Saturday, July 1, and will continue doing so until Labor Day on Monday, Sept. 4, County Executive George Latimer announced on Wednesday, June 7. The fare suspension will also apply to the county's ParaTransit system, officials...
Bloods member cried, apologized at McDonald’s murder-for-hire sentencing
BROOKLYN (PIX11) — Former Bloods gang leader Bushawn Shelton choked back tears Thursday as he apologized for having Bronx businessman Sylvester Zottola killed at a McDonald’s drive-thru in 2018–and for trying to murder his oldest son. Federal judge Hector Gonzalez later sentenced Shelton to 37 years in prison as part of a plea bargain deal. […]
White Plains schools in session, outdoor activities canceled
Superintendent of Schools Doctor Joseph Ricca joined News 12 to discuss the decision to hold classes but cancel outdoor activities
Medical examiner: Peekskill boy died of asphyxia by hanging but manner of death was accidental
The family of Gianlukas Illescas had said he killed himself because of bullying.
Tappan Zee could be restored in name of bridge
NYACK – Returning “Tappan Zee” to the name of the bridge that crosses the Hudson River between Westchester and Rockland could happen if the State Assembly takes action by Friday night when the legislature adjourned for the remainder of the year. The Senate has already approved a...
Westchester Gathers to Stamp Out Hate at Second Annual Event
Officials, clergy and human rights activists urged for greater communication and understanding in the community at Westchester County’s second annual Gather Against Hate commemoration Tuesday afternoon in White Plains. One of the featured speakers during the event, which was moved inside to the county office building because of inclement...
NYC corrections officer charged with assault
New York City, NY – Melinda Martinez, a 52-year-old female employee of the NYC Department of Corrections, was arrested and charged with assault on Thursday, June 8 in the Bronx. The arrest took place at 3:31 pm. Martinez faces two counts of assault, although the specific details of the incidents leading to the charges have not been disclosed at this time. The NYPD did not provide any other information regarding the incident or the arrest. The post NYC corrections officer charged with assault appeared first on Shore News Network.
MURDER: Englewood Man Convicted Again Of Shooting, Burning Rapper, Dumping Body In Paramus
Randy Manning was originally found guilty and sentenced to life in 2014 for killing Rhian “Kampane” Stoute in Englewood three years earlier. Manning got the state Supreme Court to support a lower court ruling overturning the conviction and granting him a new trial in 2020. The verdicts this...
Greenburgh Town Hall Honors Long-Serving Employees on Employee Appreciation Day 2023
The Town of Greenburgh celebrated Employee Appreciation Day 2023 with a breakfast catered by Hubbard's Cupboard and free health screenings by NexGen Orthopedics. Dozens of employees who have served 20+ years received certificates of appreciation and recent retirees were also honored.
Stamford police: Scammer targeted DoorDash drivers, had $733K of stolen cash in apartment
David Smith, 21, was picked up by the FBI Westchester County Safe Streets Task Force on Monday and is awaiting extradition.
Yonkers Offers Free N-95 Masks to Combat Poor Air Quality from Canadian Wildfires
Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano has announced that N-95 masks are now available for free at all four Yonkers Police Precincts to combat poor air quality conditions caused by the Canadian wildfires.
Westchester County takes action to protect residents from Canadian wildfire pollution
Westchester County in New York has taken precautions to protect its residents and employees from the impact of Canadian wildfires on air quality. The county has cancelled all county-sponsored outdoor events for the day and has recommended that other organisations follow suit.
NY AG sues anti-abortion group charged in 2021 White Plains clinic trespassing
The suit aims to establish a buffer zone to prevent the group's members from getting within 30 feet of healthcare clinics in New York.
Prep softball: Muncher 'ecstatic' about leading White Plains' softball program
Jun. 8—After playing for Jana McGinnis at Jacksonville State and even opening a training facility of her own, it's safe to say Lex Muncher knows a thing or two about softball. Now, she'll get to lead a program of her own. Muncher was announced as the next head coach...
Westchester County Hosts Freedom Concert Tribute to Honor Military Heroes
Westchester County is hosting the American Legion, American Legion Auxiliary and Sons of the American Legion Department of New York conventions in July for the first time in decades.
New York man carries mom up and down 8 flights of stairs in apartment building
A man from the Bronx is tired of inconsistent elevator service in his mother's apartment building. He said the final straw was carrying her up and down eight flights of stairs to her medical appointments.
Sleepy Hollow pulmonologist sees uptick in calls due to wildfire smoke
Dr. Gary Lehrman, a pulmonologist at Northwell Health Phelps Memorial Hospital, says some patients with underlying COPD or asthma report shortness of breath, cough and wheezing.
Fire At New York Medical College Housing In Valhalla Displaces Students
The fire happened on Wednesday, June 7, when the Valhalla and Hawthorne Fire Departments responded to a fire at an apartment at New York Medical College on Old Farm Road. Once arriving, crews found that smoke was pouring out of the second floor of the building, and began work to extinguish the blaze.
Puerto Rican native's music store remains staple in Bronx community decades later
Record labels have disappeared, but the hip-swaying rhythms of salsa and merengue can still be found in a beloved music store that's remained a fixture in the Bronx for decades.
Cops Release Photo of Subway Push Suspect
BRONX - Police have released a photo of the man, they say, pushed a straphanger onto the tracks at a Bronx subway station. The suspect is seen on surveillance video smiling, sticking his tongue out and waving his arms in what appears to be joy as he left the station.
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