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  1. Police: Nearly $3K Charged To Westchester Store After Victim's ID Stolen To Create Credit Card

    Police: Nearly $3K Charged To Westchester Store After Victim's ID Stolen To Create Credit Card

    Police are investigating after a victim allegedly had his identity stolen and credit cards opened in his name.Darien Police received a complaint of an incidence of possible fraud on Monday, March 11 around 5:15 p.m. The complainant stated that he believed someone had used his personal information to open a credit card.The victim also told officers that he had received a notification ...

  2. 700-Plus To Compete In Biggest Ever American Crossword Puzzle Tournament In Area

    700-Plus To Compete In Biggest Ever American Crossword Puzzle Tournament In Area

    Westchester resident and New York Times crossword editor Will Shortz will be directing the 42nd annual American Crossword Puzzle Tournament.The tournament, which Shortz, of Pleasantville, says is “the biggest one ever,” will take place between Friday, March 22 and Sunday, March 24 at the Marriott Hotel in Stamford. Upwards of 700 contestants from 37 states, D.C., six Canadian ...

  3. Luigi’s Famiglia Cucina A Hidden Gem In Carmel

    Luigi’s Famiglia Cucina A Hidden Gem In Carmel

    Whether you’re in the mood for authentic wood-fired pizza or any number of classic Italian fare, Luigi’s Famiglia Cucina has got you covered.Family owned and operated, Luigi’s, located at 62 Gleneida Avenue in Carmel, has been serving up a huge assortment of appetizers, pastas and other Italian specialties to New York City, Westchester and Putnam County guests for more than 35 years.The ...

  4. These Six Westchester Golf Courses Set To Open For Season

    These Six Westchester Golf Courses Set To Open For Season

    It’s time to tee off: County Executive George Latimer has announced that five of the six Westchester County golf courses will open for the season on Wednesday, March 20.The six world-class courses across Westchester are owned and operated by the county and open to golfers of all ages and skill levels.“Though the local outdoor landscape has yet to fully reflect it, March 20 is the first ...

  5. Home Health Aide Stole $1,450 From Victim In Area, Police Say

    Home Health Aide Stole $1,450 From Victim In Area, Police Say

    A home health aide is facing charges after she allegedly stole $1,450 from a local victim, police say.New York State Police received a complaint of possible fraud involving 34-year-old Shamecca M. Allah, a home health care aide for Community Home Health Care in Poughkeepsie, on Friday, March 15.Upon further investigation, police determined that Allah, a Poughkeepsie resident, ...

  6. $2.2M Project To Improve I-84, Route 312 Interchange In Putnam Starts

    $2.2M Project To Improve I-84, Route 312 Interchange In Putnam Starts

    The $2.2 million construction project to improve safety and traffic flow between Interstate 84 and Route 312 in the Town of Southeast is officially underway, the New York State Department of Transportation announced.The project will include the installation of redesigned turning lanes, better-coordinated traffic signals, pavement markings, new signage and more in an effort to improve ...

  7. Shrub Oak Man, 28, Faces DWI Charge After Traffic Stop

    Shrub Oak Man, 28, Faces DWI Charge After Traffic Stop

    A man from Shrub Oak is facing DWI charges after he was pulled over for a traffic infraction, police say.A Yorktown police officer initiated a traffic stop on Glen Road on Saturday, March 16 around 3:30 a.m. The officer pulled the vehicle over after observing the driver fail to keep right while driving with an obstructed view.Further investigation revealed that the driver, identified as ...

  8. Police: Ossining Man Caught With Cocaine After Stop Of Vehicle With Brake Light Out In Yorktown

    Police: Ossining Man Caught With Cocaine After Stop Of Vehicle With Brake Light Out In Yorktown

    A man from Ossining was allegedly caught with cocaine after he was pulled over for a vehicle violation in Yorktown, police say.A Yorktown Police officer was patrolling the area of Spring Valley Road and Blinn Road around 11 p.m. on Thursday, March 14 when he observed a vehicle that had a brake light out and an obstructed view.He initiated a traffic stop and identified the driver as ...

  9. Missing Just 1-2 Hours Sleep Nearly Doubles Crash Risk, AAA Warns

    Missing Just 1-2 Hours Sleep Nearly Doubles Crash Risk, AAA Warns

    We all know the dangers of drowsy driving, but a new study from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, a nonprofit research and education association, has shown that the hour or two of sleep you missed last night could have a bigger impact on your crash risk than previously thought.The research report was recently reissued in advance of daylight savings time after its initial 2016 ...

  10. Pace University Ranks No. 1 In Environmental Law By US News & World Report

    Pace University Ranks No. 1 In Environmental Law By US News & World Report

    US News & World Report has recognized Pace University’s environmental law program as the best in the nation.The program, called the Elisabeth Haub School of Law (Pace Law), was first developed 40 years ago and has since become a “signature program” at the school. The program has recruited some top-rated faculty who are recognized scholars within the fields of climate change ...

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