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  1. Westchester Unemployment Rate Plunges In February, Say State Officials

    Westchester Unemployment Rate Plunges In February, Say State Officials

    New York state officials on Tuesday released preliminary unemployment rates for February that show Lower Hudson Valley counties reflecting the overall drop in unemployment throughout the state compared to February 2015.The state's unemployment rate was 5.4 percent last month, compared to 6.3 percent in February 2015.State officials said the private sector job count increased by 122,700 ...

  2. Westchester County Police Down Five Officers, More Expected

    Westchester County Police Down Five Officers, More Expected

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N. Y. -- The president of the union representing Westchester County police says the department is down five people with the potential for three more, which could put public safety at risk, according to lohud.com.Michael Hagan, president of the Police Benevolent Association, said he's hopeful county leaders will find the funds to fill those positions and bring the ...

  3. Former Mount Vernon Water Chief Pleads Guilty To Bribery

    Former Mount Vernon Water Chief Pleads Guilty To Bribery

    MOUNT VERNON, N. Y. -- A former Mount Vernon water commissioner pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday to trying to take a bribe in exchange for a job promotion then lying about it to investigators, federal law enforcement officials said.Anthony Bove, 48, of North Salem, pleaded guilty to one count of bribery, and one count of delivering a false statement. Possible sentences go as high ...

  4. Early Pollen Spike Means Rough Allergy Season Ahead

    Early Pollen Spike Means Rough Allergy Season Ahead

    If you suffer from spring allergies, grab your tissues and prepare for a bumpy ride.A mild winter that included lots of rain and wind spells trouble for those who struggle with plant pollen allergies. Couple that with unseasonably warm weather in late winter that led to an early bloom that produces pollen.Pollen levels are now already at moderate to near-high levels, weeks ahead of last ...

  5. Early Pollen Spike Means Rough Allergy Season Ahead

    Early Pollen Spike Means Rough Allergy Season Ahead

    If you suffer from spring allergies, grab your tissues and prepare for a bumpy ride.A mild winter that included lots of rain and wind spells trouble for those who struggle with plant pollen allergies. Couple that with unseasonably warm weather in late winter that led to an early bloom that produces pollen.Pollen levels are now already at moderate to near-high levels, weeks ahead of last ...

  6. Missing NYC Teen Had Appointment In Westchester

    Missing NYC Teen Had Appointment In Westchester

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N. Y. -- The mother of a Brooklyn teenager, missing since traveling to Westchester County on Friday, is appealing to the public for help, according to News 12 Westchester.Alicia Cambpell says she got a text from her son, 18-year-old Calvin Jerome Cambell Ross, Friday night saying he was getting on a train in Mount Vernon. She hasn't heard from him since, News 12 ...

  7. Prescriptions Must Be Submitted Electronically Under New NY Law

    Prescriptions Must Be Submitted Electronically Under New NY Law

    Searching around for that little prescription sheet -- or hoping the pharmacist can read it -- will soon be a thing of the past.New York State is poised to become the first state to demand doctors issue prescriptions electronically by punishing those who don't.Starting Sunday, March 27, all prescriptions are to be sent electronically to the pharmacy, the New York Times reports.New York ...

  8. Study May Bring New Hope For Those Needing Kidney Transplant

    Study May Bring New Hope For Those Needing Kidney Transplant

    A new study may offer new hope for those awaiting a kidney transplant after researchers found that even incompatible kidneys from living donors can be successfully transplanted when the recipient's immune system is desensitized, according to The New York Times.The findings of the study published March 9 are also offering hope that living-donor transplants of lungs and livers can have ...

  9. Frozen Pizza, Lasagna Recalled After Glass Pieces Are Found

    Frozen Pizza, Lasagna Recalled After Glass Pieces Are Found

    Nestle is issuing a nationwide recall of 267,024 pounds of frozen DiGiorno chicken pizza and Stouffer's chicken lasagna products following complaints from consumers that the food contained little pieces of glass, the U. S. Dept. of Agriculture announced.In a statement issued Thursday, USDA officials said no injuries or illnesses have been reported.The DiGiorno pizza was produced at ...

  10. Frozen Pizza, Lasagna Recalled After Glass Pieces Found

    Frozen Pizza, Lasagna Recalled After Glass Pieces Found

    Nestle is issuing a nationwide recall of 267,024 pounds of frozen DiGiorno chicken pizza and Stouffer's chicken lasagna products following complaints from consumers that the food contained little pieces of glass, the U. S. Dept. of Agriculture announced.In a statement issued Thursday, USDA officials said no injuries or illnesses have been reported.The DiGiorno pizza was produced at ...

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