New Eatery Celebrates Soft Launch In Northern Westchester: Come 'Bask In Moody Decor' New Eatery Celebrates Soft Launch In Northern Westchester: Come 'Bask In Moody Decor'
New Eatery Celebrates Soft Launch In Northern Westchester: Come 'Bask In Moody Decor' An all-new restaurant that just held a soft launch is bringing a taste of New Orleans to Northern Westchester.  Crawdaddy's Creole Kitchen, located in Pleasantville at 68 Wheeler Ave., opened to customers on Tuesday, Nov. 21, the eatery's owners announced. Although the restaurant is still finalizing its menu, visitors who stop by will be able to enjoy plenty of New Orleans-inspired menu items such as Po' Boy sandwiches, crawfish mac & cheese, fried oysters, shrimp jambalaya, and seafood gumbo.  What would Crawdaddy’s be without some crawdaddys? Crawfish Mac’n Cheese makes the best…
2 Westchester Zip Codes Among Most Expensive In US: Here's Where They Rank 2 Westchester Zip Codes Among Most Expensive In US: Here's Where They Rank
2 Westchester Zip Codes Among Most Expensive In US: Here's Where They Rank The Northeast is well-represented in new rankings of the 100 most expensive zip codes in the nation. Two of the top 10 zip codes according to Property Shark Real Estate Reports are in New York, with both on Long Island, in the Hamptons: No. 2 Sagaponack (zip code 11962) with a median home sale price in 2023 of $8,075,000, No. 6 (tie) Water Mill (11976) with a median home sale price in 2023 of $4,500,000. Six of the Top 10 zip codes are in California, including No. 1 Atherton (94027), located near San Francisco, ($8,300,000 median sales price). California has 79 of the 100 p…
2 Northern Westchester HS Seniors Join Division I Programs: 'Remarkable Opportunities' 2 Northern Westchester HS Seniors Join Division I Programs: 'Remarkable Opportunities'
2 Northern Westchester HS Seniors Join Division I Programs: 'Remarkable Opportunities' Two talented high school seniors from Northern Westchester have committed to joining Division I college programs and are being recognized for how far their hard work has taken them.  Both Anastasia Byrnes and Elsa Rolfs, who attend Byram Hills High School in Armonk, have committed to Division I college athletics programs, school staff announced on Monday, Nov. 20. Byrnes will go on to play lacrosse at American University in Washington, DC, while Rolfs will join the rowing team at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, school officials said, adding that both athletes were c…
Suspicious Trio Seen Behind Pizzeria Prompts Police Response In Northern Westchester Suspicious Trio Seen Behind Pizzeria Prompts Police Response In Northern Westchester
Suspicious Trio Seen Behind Pizzeria Prompts Police Response In Northern Westchester Authorities are conducting an investigation into an incident that happened behind a Northern Westchester pizzeria after staff reported that several people may have tried to start a fire, police announced.  The incident that prompted the investigation happened on Saturday, Nov. 18 around 7:45 p.m., when employees at Amore Pizzeria at 1 Kent Pl. in Armonk called police and reported that they had seen several people behind the building and a flickering light.  Staffers added that they believed the people may have been trying to light something on fire, according to North Castle Polic…
Agree? Here's Most Popular Thanksgiving Side Dish In NY, Report Says Agree? Here's Most Popular Thanksgiving Side Dish In NY, Report Says
Agree? Here's Most Popular Thanksgiving Side Dish In NY, Report Says Move over, stuffing and cranberry sauce - this Thanksgiving side reigns supreme in the eyes of New Yorkers. Of all the delectable dishes to play second fiddle to the turkey, sweet potatoes with marshmallows are the most popular in the Empire State, according to the recruitment site Zippia. The website used Google Trends data from November 2022 to see which of over 20 Thanksgiving sides home chefs searched for the most. A holiday staple for many, sweet potato casserole is typically made with brown sugar, butter, orange juice, and cinnamon, and topped with gooey marshmallows. Sweet pot…
Popular Brand Of Turkey Gravy Recalled Due To Labeling Issue Popular Brand Of Turkey Gravy Recalled Due To Labeling Issue
Popular Brand Of Turkey Gravy Recalled Due To Labeling Issue A popular brand of turkey gravy is being recalled because of a mislabeling issue. Seneca Foods Corporation has announced a voluntary recall of mislabeled Hy-Vee Turkey gravy in glass jars that actually contain beef gravy.  The recall extends to the following labels and package sizes only: Hy-Vee Turkey Gravy (12 oz glass jars) UPC: 75450-03608 Individual Lot Code On Lid: A3CG162M A3CG192M "This product could potentially contain a soy allergen which is not declared on the label," the company said, noting that it is "now retrieving improperly labeled Hy-Vee Turkey Gravy from its distri…
Forecasters Eyeing Potential Tropical System As End Of Hurricane Season Nears Forecasters Eyeing Potential Tropical System As End Of Hurricane Season Nears
Forecasters Eyeing Potential Tropical System As End Of Hurricane Season Nears With just one week remaining in the 2023 hurricane system, forecasters are monitoring a system that could form in the Atlantic. It's located in the central subtropical Atlantic. "This system could become a subtropical or tropical storm late this week or over the weekend," the National Hurricane Center said in a statement issued early Thanksgiving morning, Thursday, Nov. 23.  No matter what happens with the system, the 2023 hurricane season, which began on Thursday, June 1, and ends on Thursday, Nov. 30, will have a higher number of named storms compared to the historica…
'Prepare With Care': Health Officials Urge Food Safety Ahead Of Thanksgiving 'Prepare With Care': Health Officials Urge Food Safety Ahead Of Thanksgiving
'Prepare With Care': Health Officials Urge Food Safety Ahead Of Thanksgiving As millions of New Yorkers prepare to cook their Thanksgiving feasts, health officials are urging people to remember the tenants of food safety. The New York State health and agriculture departments offered up several tips to help keep family and friends safe from foodborne illness this holiday season. “The Department works hard all year long to ensure the safety of our food supply at our stores and food manufacturing facilities, but food safety is also so important at home,” said Commissioner of Agriculture Richard Ball. “We urge everyone who is cooking for their loved ones this Thanksgiv…
Youngster Rescued From Underneath Vehicle After Crash Next To High School In Westchester Youngster Rescued From Underneath Vehicle After Crash Next To High School In Westchester
Youngster Rescued From Underneath Vehicle After Crash Next To High School In Westchester A young victim had to be rescued from underneath a vehicle after they became trapped as the result of a two-car crash next to a high school in Westchester. The incident happened on Wednesday, Nov. 22 just after 12:15 p.m., when a two-car crash occurred at Port Chester High School at the corner of Neuton Avenue and Hillcrest Avenue, according to the Port Chester Fire Department. Arriving first responders soon found that the crash had happened next to the school auditorium entrance and that two people were still in one of the vehicles. Additionally, two juveniles were trapped underneath it.&n…
Turkey Day Saved: Northern Westchester's Martha Stewart Clarifies Thanksgiving Plans Turkey Day Saved: Northern Westchester's Martha Stewart Clarifies Thanksgiving Plans
Turkey Day Saved: Northern Westchester's Martha Stewart Clarifies Thanksgiving Plans The homemaking guru and queen of Thanksgiving has spoken: she’s canceled the holiday get-together at her home, not the holiday itself. No need to fear — Thanksgiving is not actually canceled, Northern Westchester County resident and cooking icon Martha Stewart has announced, days after she professed that she was simply “turkeyed out.” In a three-slide Instagram carousel posted on the evening of Tuesday, Nov. 21, she clarified to worried fans that she had not, in fact, given up the festive holiday altogether. Earlier Report: Katonah Resident Martha Stewart Cancels Thanksgiving “What…
Murder-Suicide: Man Stabs Woman, Self At Danbury Residence, Toddler Hospitalized Murder-Suicide: Man Stabs Woman, Self At Danbury Residence, Toddler Hospitalized
Murder-Suicide: Man Stabs Woman, Self At Danbury Residence, Toddler Hospitalized A 29-year-old man and 21-year-old woman are dead following an apparent murder-suicide in Fairfield County that happened while a toddler was home, police said. Authorities learned of the incident on Monday, Nov. 20 around 7:30 a.m., when first responders arrived at an apartment in Danbury on Griffing Avenue and found two dead adults and a toddler inside, Danbury Police announced on Wednesday, Nov. 22.  The toddler was found uninjured but was later taken to Danbury Hospital for evaluation out of caution, police said. An examination confirmed that the toddler had not been injured during t…
Latest Update: 'No Indication Of Terrorism' In Double-Fatal Crash On Bridge Linking NY, Canada Latest Update: 'No Indication Of Terrorism' In Double-Fatal Crash On Bridge Linking NY, Canada
Latest Update: 'No Indication Of Terrorism' In Double-Fatal Crash On Bridge Linking NY, Canada New Update: IDs Released For Couple Killed In Fiery Crash On Bridge Linking NY, Canada Caught On Video There is no indication of terrorism after a car exploded after crashing near a bridge connecting the United States and Canada in New York on one of the year's busiest travel days, killing two people. The Thanksgiving Eve incident happened early Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 22 on the Rainbow Bridge at Niagara Falls. The explosion involved a car entering the US from Canada, according to the City of Niagara Falls. The explosion reportedly happened when the car accelerated to around 80 miles…