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Mutant Sleepover: Request Stay At All-New X-Mansion Airbnb In Northern Westchester Mutant Sleepover: Request Stay At All-New X-Mansion Airbnb In Northern Westchester
Mutant Sleepover: Request Stay At All-New X-Mansion Airbnb In Northern Westchester Any mutants out there may be interested in requesting a stay at an all-new Airbnb in Northern Westchester inspired by an animated X-Men television series.  The 4-bed, 5-bath mansion, located in New Castle, is part of Airbnb's "icons" series, which consists of locales inspired by music, films, television shows, art, sports, and more, according to the company.  The company's X-Mansion is inspired by the animated Disney+ show "X-Men '97" and features show-inspired interior design and activities.  Those who book a stay can sleep in one of the mansion's many X-Men-inspired dorms …
$520,000 Stock Fraud Scheme Leads To Indictment For Barred NY Investment Broker: DA $520,000 Stock Fraud Scheme Leads To Indictment For Barred NY Investment Broker: DA
$520,000 Stock Fraud Scheme Leads To Indictment For Barred NY Investment Broker: DA A barred investment broker has been indicted on charges he stole $520,000 from six investors who believed they were investing in stocks for several high-profile companies. Long Island resident Peter Quartararo, age 57, of Glen Cove, was arraigned Thursday, March 9 on charges of grand larceny, said Nassau County District Attorney Anne Donnelly. “This defendant allegedly tricked investors into believing they were getting in on the ground floor of high-profile companies that were going public," Donnelly said. During the "scheme" which began in July 2018 and continued through January 2021, Qua…
Second Person Dies After Family Members Pulled From Lake In Region Second Person Dies After Family Members Pulled From Lake In Region
Second Person Dies After Family Members Pulled From Lake In Region Two men have now died and a woman is on life support following a drowning incident involving family members at a lake in the region. The incident took place around 2:15 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 28 in Sullivan County. According to Trooper Steven Nevel, troopers from the Liberty barracks responded to White Lake in the town of Bethel for a report of numerous drownings. A preliminary investigation revealed that a Long Island family from Bellerose in Nassau County began swimming in White Lake at approximately 10 a.m., Nevel said. Afrid Haider, age 34, was walking in knee-level water when he fell in…
Beware Of These Summer Rental Scams, NY AG Says Beware Of These Summer Rental Scams, NY AG Says
Beware Of These Summer Rental Scams, NY AG Says With the summer vacation season just around the corner, New York Attorney General Letitia James is warning of possible rental scams. “As millions of New Yorkers plan their getaway trips and look to rent homes, they should be mindful of scammers that misrepresent rentals or list fake homes online that do not actually exist, tricking consumers into paying and leaving them with nowhere to stay,” James’ office said in a statement. She offered several tips for would-be vacationers to avoid falling victim to fraud, including: Verify the host. Make sure the renter or host has a valid address and…
Frantic 911 Calls Released After West Point Cadets Overdose At Spring Break Frantic 911 Calls Released After West Point Cadets Overdose At Spring Break
Frantic 911 Calls Released After West Point Cadets Overdose At Spring Break Two 911 calls just released revealed the chaotic moments after four West Point cadets overdosed on cocaine tainted with fentanyl during spring break in Florida. Two cadets reportedly remained hospitalized after the Thursday, March 10 incident, where four West Point students and one other person consumed the drugs, officials said. “We took some coke and we are not getting some responses right now,” an unidentified person told an emergency dispatcher, according to audio obtained by the Daily Mail. The nearly-five minute call begins with raised voices before the caller pleads, 'I'm sorry, I'm…
COVID-19: Upstate County Tells Downstate NYers To Take A Hike, But Not Here COVID-19: Upstate County Tells Downstate NYers To Take A Hike, But Not Here
Covid-19: Upstate County Tells Downstate NYers To Take A Hike, But Not Here As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues its march across the country, cities and towns large and small are asking visitors to stay away. That includes Essex County in upstate New York that's super popular for its hiking and the beauty of the Adirondacks. But with a recent influx of visitors fleeing New York City and other parts of the metro area, the county's Board of Supervisors issued a press release this week saying "visitors stay home." Related Story: COVID-19: Suburban, Vacation Spots Tell NYC Residents To Stay Away During Pandemic "To date, we have seen an alarming influx…
Hudson Valley Is Trending Airbnb Destination In New Rankings: Here's Why Hudson Valley Is Trending Airbnb Destination In New Rankings: Here's Why
Hudson Valley Is Trending Airbnb Destination In New Rankings: Here's Why Airbnb has quickly become something of a staple for travelers on a budget, and the Hudson Valley ranks high on the online home-sharing marketplace’s list of trending destinations for 2019. The Hudson Valley, combined with the Catskills, ranked No. 11 of the 19 top trending locales on Airbnb, which also include destinations in Mexico, China, Scotland, Italy, Spain, and more. The Catskills, which Traveller.com dubs “The Brooklyn of the Mountains,” provides a scenic and cultural experience rolled into one. From German-style beer halls to breathtaking nature and hiking trails, this region truly…
Latimer: Balancing Next Budget Calls For Creative, Tough Decisions Latimer: Balancing Next Budget Calls For Creative, Tough Decisions
Latimer: Balancing Next Budget Calls For Creative, Tough Decisions County Executive George Latimer said balancing next year's county budget requires creative solutions but also some tough decisions. Latimer has introduced his proposed $1.94 billion to the county Board of Legislators, which can revise the budget before its passage next month. In a Wednesday speech before the Business Council of Westchester, Latimer, a 65-year-old Democrat from Rye, said, "That was a fast year." He spoke to the group a year ago after defeating Republican Rob Astorino. Latimer pointed out that he inherited a multi-million dollar budget deficit and depleted reserves but …