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  • Money Stolen from Church on Christmas
    Thousands in Christmas collections stolen from local church
    Reports surfaced Monday of a despicable theft that occurred Christmas morning in a Westchester Catholic Church. The money collected during the Christmas masses, totaling $20,000, was stolen out of a locked file cabinet in the rectory of the Church...
  • US Bank Case Dismissed
    Westchester foreclosure attorney defeats US Bank; case dismissed
    On September 5, 2014, theWestchester Civil Supreme Court posted a rulingin a 5 year old foreclosure case.TheHonorable Lester B. Adler, Justice of the Westchester County Supreme Court issued a ruling thwarting the efforts of US Bank as Trustee in a...
  • Anthony Delmaro
    DA: NY home improvement contractor admits $100K scam
    A self-proclaimed “gypsy,” initially arrested in Westchester County for allegedly running a home improvement scam, may spend the next 10 years behind bars after pleading guilty Tuesday to felony larceny and fraud charges on Long Island...
  • Jean Almonacy
    Long Island DMV worker admits to fondling women during road tests
    A state Department of Motor Vehicles employee from Long Island pleaded guilty Tuesday to forcible touching charges and admitted he fondled a woman while overseeing her road test, Westchester County prosecutors said.Jean Almonacy, 55, of Hempstead,...
  • Noam w/HDW
    Press Release: Hispanic Democrats of Westchester release Bramson support video
    In the hotly contested County Executive battle in Westchester County, each of the current candidates - Noam Bramson and Rob Astorino - have used their collective tools to attempt to gain traction in a contest that by nearly all measures is in a...
  • Cardinal Dolan
    Cardinal Dolan removes Westchester deacon following child sex abuse allegations
    Cardinal Timothy Dolan, the Archbishop of New York, permanently removed Deacon Albert Mazza from his duties at a Westchester County Catholic Church, followingchild sex abuse allegations that stem back years according to Eyewitness News on Sunday....
  • The newly renovated Renaissance Westchester Hotel
    Escape To Westchester For A Casino Weekend!
    If you're looking to escape the hustle and bustle of Manhattan for some time in the country, you can enjoy a relaxing stay at the Renaissance Westchester Hotel — and spend your nights tempting Lady Luck at the Empire City Casino.The...
  • Flooding! Help! Now what do I do?
    Flooding! Help! Now what do I do?
    The headlines: 'Flood waters in Chicago area receding slowly.'But this is the beginning of the season. Three years ago, the heavy rains andflooding came in July. It's only April. Unfortunately, flooding is becoming more common in...
  • Santa Monica City College, 1950.
    The Rebel With A Cause
    My good friend, long time Westchester, California resident, Joe Vezzetti, has been under the weather for a time and I miss receiving his emails. Just the other day, he showed a another old friend of mine an interesting photo, which I have included...
  • Yoga improves health at any age.
    At 94 the world's oldest yoga teacher is living proof of the practice (Video)
    Still able to support her whole body with just her hands, 94 year old Tao Porchon-Lynch may have discovered the fountain of youth through the practice of yoga that everyone is looking for. She was recently declared the world’s oldest yoga...
  • Modern Dance
    Dance New Amsterdam: A dance mecca for learners and professional artists alike
    Located across from City Hall Park in New York City, Dance New Amsterdam provides dancers and choreographers with the resources to progress from learner to professional, all within the same four walls. Dance New Amsterdam’s primary focus is...
  • Seafood Pasta
    Alejo's-No longer an Italian bargain in Westchester
    It is with great sadness that I’m posting a poor review on one of my favorite restaurants in Westchester. Alejo’s Presto Trattoria has taken a few steps backwards in recent months, no doubt due to the economy.We’ve enjoyed this...
  • Yonkers teacher lay-offs: who’s to blame?
    Yonkers teacher lay-offs: who’s to blame?
    On June 30, Yonkers Public Schools officials made an announcement that many parents, students, and teachers were breathlessly anticipating, but that perplexed many.An official announcement was made that city officials miraculously found some of...
  • Rye Tiki Bar
    10 Summer Date Activites in Westchester
    Do you live in Westchester and want to do something fun with the one you love now that the summer is here? Here are the top 10 summer date activites in Westchester.1) Check out a local park. Some you have to drive far but it's definitly worth...
  • 2nd generation restaurant opens in Westchester
    2nd generation restaurant opens in Westchester
    YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, NY -- Westchester County's newest restaurant is a throwback.Don Tommaso’s Bistro Italiano, named for owner Tom Cuomo’s father, has red-and-white checked tableclothes, Italian music playing in the background, and a...