ID Released For Man Struck, Killed By Metro-North Train In Hudson Valley ID Released For Man Struck, Killed By Metro-North Train In Hudson Valley
ID Released For Man Struck, Killed By Metro-North Train In Hudson Valley The identity has been released of a man who was killed after being struck by a Metro-North train in the Hudson Valley.  The incident happened on the railroad's Harlem Line in Dutchess County at around 5:30 p.m. Friday, April 19, at the Appalachian Trail station in Pawling, according to the MTA. On Sunday morning, April 21, MTA Deputy Communications Director Aaron Donovan identified the man who was struck as being from Connecticut: Fairfield County resident James Hare, age 62, of Newtown. Original report - Person Struck, Killed By Metro-North Train In Hudson Valle…
Funds Pour In For Port Chester Vehicle Fire Victims Funds Pour In For Port Chester Vehicle Fire Victims
Funds Pour In For Port Chester Vehicle Fire Victims Community members are coming together to help a family who lost three cars in a devastating fire at a shopping center parking garage in Westchester.  The blaze happened on Monday, April 15 around 4:30 a.m., when three vehicles caught on fire on the second floor of the parking structure at the Waterfront Place shopping center in Port Chester.  Earlier Report - Car Fires Ignite At Waterfront Place In Port Chester After a lengthy battle, crews from the Port Chester Fire Department were eventually able to extinguish the blaze by 8:15 a.m. However, the incident left the thre…
Nationwide Public Health Alert Issued For Ground Beef Products Due To Possible Contamination Nationwide Public Health Alert Issued For Ground Beef Products Due To Possible Contamination
Nationwide Public Health Alert Issued For Ground Beef Products Due To Possible Contamination Ground beef products distributed nationwide may be contaminated with E. coli and should not be consumed, the US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced. FSIS has issued a Public Health Alert on Saturday afternoon, April 20.warning consumers about the issue. A recall was not requested because the products are no longer available for purchase. FSIS said it is concerned that some products may be in consumers’ and food service institutions’ freezers.  The raw ground beef products were produced on Thursday, March 28 and have a “Use/Freeze By” date o…
Person Struck, Killed By Metro-North Train In Hudson Valley Person Struck, Killed By Metro-North Train In Hudson Valley
Person Struck, Killed By Metro-North Train In Hudson Valley A person was killed after being struck by a Metro-North train overnight in the region. Click here for a new, updated story: ID Released For Man Struck, Killed By Train In Hudson Valley The incident happened on the railroad's Harlem Line in Dutchess County at around 5:30 p.m. Friday, April 19, at the Appalachian Trail station in Pawling, according to the MTA. The identity of the person has not yet been released. Service was suspended between Wassaic and Southeast from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday. Check back to Daily Voice for updates.
Rise In Thefts From Unlocked Cars Reported In This Westchester Village, Police Say Rise In Thefts From Unlocked Cars Reported In This Westchester Village, Police Say
Rise In Thefts From Unlocked Cars Reported In This Westchester Village, Police Say A police department in Northern Westchester is warning residents of an uptick in thefts from unlocked vehicles.  In an announcement on Tuesday, April 16, the Croton-on-Hudson Police Department advised residents that there has been a spike in thefts from unlocked cars within the village.  According to the department, police received over 18 reports of these incidents within a single night.  To protect against these thefts, police gave the following tips: Lock your vehicle even when parked in your driveway or other seemingly safe areas; Remove any valuables from your vehicle…
Support On Rise For Family Of Beloved Westchester Mother Diagnosed With Aggressive Cancer Support On Rise For Family Of Beloved Westchester Mother Diagnosed With Aggressive Cancer
Support On Rise For Family Of Beloved Westchester Mother Diagnosed With Aggressive Cancer As a beloved Westchester mother fights an intense battle against an aggressive cancer, community members have pulled together to raise tens of thousands of dollars for her two children to fulfill her final wishes.  The effort began after Bronxville resident Shana Kesel Sabatini was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive cancer in September 2023.  Since then, Sabatini, a well-known daughter, friend, and mother to two young children, 13-year-old Isabella and 8-year-old Dominic, has bravely battled the disease, according to her friend Jenna Brunelli, who began a GoFundMe page…
Family Of NY College Football Standout, NFL Hopeful Who Died At 25 Sees Flood Of Support Family Of NY College Football Standout, NFL Hopeful Who Died At 25 Sees Flood Of Support
Family Of NY College Football Standout, NFL Hopeful Who Died At 25 Sees Flood Of Support Support is swelling for the family of a former college football standout in New York following his unexpected death at age 25. Amitral “AJ” Simon, a former defensive lineman for the University at Albany, died Tuesday, April 16, relatives confirmed. A cause of death was not given. Simon announced late last year that he was entering his name in the NFL Draft, which is scheduled for Thursday, April 25 to Saturday, April 27. Earlier Report: UAlbany Football Star, NFL Draft Hopeful AJ Simon Dies The 6-foot-1, 270-pound Simon, a native of Pennsylvania from Coolbaugh Township in Monroe Co…
Closures, Lane Reductions Scheduled For This Westchester County Parkway Closures, Lane Reductions Scheduled For This Westchester County Parkway
Closures, Lane Reductions Scheduled For This Westchester County Parkway For about a week, construction work will close parts of a parkway in the Hudson Valley, causing closures and reductions in multiple areas. Starting on Sunday, April 21, and lasting through Thursday, April 25, Westchester County’s Hutchinson River Parkway will be subject to lane reductions and ramp closures, the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) announced. The closures, which will last from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. each day for construction work, will affect the following areas: Heading northbound, the parkway will be reduced to one lane between Exit 12 (Mamaroneck Road in S…
Guardian Dogs Escape Westchester Farm, Kill Poodle, Attack Owner: Report Guardian Dogs Escape Westchester Farm, Kill Poodle, Attack Owner: Report
Guardian Dogs Escape Westchester Farm, Kill Poodle, Attack Owner: Report Two guardian dogs from a nonprofit farm in Westchester may be euthanized after escaping the property and attacking a woman and her leashed poodle on a trail, according to a New York Times report.  The attack happened on Tuesday, February 6, when two guardian dogs escaped the Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture in Tarrytown at 630 Bedford Rd. and ran into a woman and her 10-pound miniature poodle on a public trail. They then attacked the woman and killed the poodle, according to a new report by The New York Times. The two dogs, a Great Pyrenees named Luna and an Akbash na…
Woman Stabbed On Street In Westchester: Police Investigating Woman Stabbed On Street In Westchester: Police Investigating
Woman Stabbed On Street In Westchester: Police Investigating Authorities are investigating a stabbing that left a woman injured on a Westchester street.  The incident happened on Thursday evening, April 18, when a woman was stabbed in her leg at 35 Cliff St. in Yonkers, according to Yonkers Police Detective Sergeant Frank DiDomizio. The woman is now in stable condition, DiDomizio said. Police are now investigating the incident.  This is a developing story. Check back to Daily Voice for updates. 
New Update: ID Released For Man Who Set Self On Fire Outside Trump Trial In NY Court New Update: ID Released For Man Who Set Self On Fire Outside Trump Trial In NY Court
New Update: ID Released For Man Who Set Self On Fire Outside Trump Trial In NY Court This story has been updated. A man survived after lighting himself on fire just steps away from the Manhattan courthouse where former President Trump’s alleged hush money trial was underway. The incident, which was broadcast live to a national audience on CNN, happened at around 1:40 p.m. Friday, April 19, right outside the New York Supreme Court near Foley Square. NYPD Chief Jeffrey Maddrey said the man walked into the park before reaching into a backpack and throwing several pamphlets onto the ground. He then doused himself with an accelerant and lit himself on fire. Flames could be s…
Lane, Ramp Closures To Affect Hutch Parkway In Harrison, Scarsdale Lane, Ramp Closures To Affect Hutch Parkway In Harrison, Scarsdale
Lane, Ramp Closures To Affect Hutch Parkway In Harrison, Scarsdale A series of lane and ramp closures are set to affect traffic on a busy parkway in Westchester for several days, officials announced.  The overnight closures are planned along the Hutchinson River Parkway in Scarsdale and Harrison beginning on Sunday, April 21 through Thursday, April 25, the New York State Department of Transportation announced. The closures will go into effect between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. each night and will consist of: The northbound parkway will be reduced to one lane between Exit 12 (Mamaroneck Road) in Scarsdale and Exit 14 (North Street) in Harrison; The northboun…