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  1. Two Suspects Arrested After Mount Kisco Knife Slashing

    Two Suspects Arrested After Mount Kisco Knife Slashing

    MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. – Two Mount Kisco residents have been arrested in connection with the slashing of a 36-year-old man on Lexington Avenue, according to Westchester County police.The 36-year-old suffered a “deep wound” to his left hand during the Monday morning attack and was taken to Northern Westchester Hospital Center for treatment, according to police. He was released several hours ...

  2. Trump Name Removed After Repeated Vandalism Of Signage In Yorktown

    Trump Name Removed After Repeated Vandalism Of Signage In Yorktown

    The Trump name has been removed from the signage of a local apartment complex after repeated incidents of vandalism, according to Yorktown News.In a report this week, Yorktown News said President Donald J. Trump’s surname was removed from the Trump Park Residences sign, though whether the full name was removed by vandals or the development’s owners was not clear.Yorktown police said the ...

  3. Andrew DeStefano, Former Putnam Sheriff Candidate, Wins Appeal

    Andrew DeStefano, Former Putnam Sheriff Candidate, Wins Appeal

    PUTNAM COUNTY, N.Y. -- The conviction of a former candidate for Putnam County Sheriff who pleaded guilty to charges of misconduct and offering a false instrument for filing has been reversed, according to lohud.com.Andrew DeStefano, a 52-year-old retired New York City police captain, dropped out of the sheriff’s race in 2009 amid allegations that he filed forged nominating petitions, ...

  4. Police Investigate After Fetus Found At Water Treatment Plant In Shrub Oak

    Police Investigate After Fetus Found At Water Treatment Plant In Shrub Oak

    SHRUB OAK, N.Y. -- A fetus found at a wastewater treatment plant in Shrub Oak has prompted a police investigation, according to News 12.The fetus was found at the pump station of the County Wastewater Treatment plant on Thursday morning, according to News 12.Investigators do not believe the fetus was alive at any time and could not describe its sex, according to News 12.Click here to ...

  5. Man Claims Dad 'Abusive' Over Clinton Support, North Castle Police Say

    Man Claims Dad 'Abusive' Over Clinton Support, North Castle Police Say

    NORTH CASTLE, N.Y. – A Bedford Road man called police to report that his father had become verbally and physically abusive over his support for Chappaqua's Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential race, according to authorities.Officers responded to the home after the man called to say that “his father was making fun of him for being a Clinton supporter” and had become abusive, ...

  6. Gun Show Goes Off Without A Hitch After Astorino Vetoes Legislative Ban

    Gun Show Goes Off Without A Hitch After Astorino Vetoes Legislative Ban

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. – The Firearm and Knife Show and Sale kicked off as originally scheduled Saturday at the Westchester County Center in White Plains just days after County Executive Rob Astorino vetoed legislation that would have banned such events from county property.In his veto message sent down to the legislature Friday, Astorino said, “the gun show satisfies all the ...

  7. Putnam County Young Republicans Club Introduces New Executive Board

    Putnam County Young Republicans Club Introduces New Executive Board

    PUTNAM COUNTY, N.Y. – The Putnam County Young Republican Club recently gathered to install its new executive board.According to a statement from the group, its newly elected officers include Nick Fannin as president, Marykate Acquisto as vice president, Tara Keegan as secretary and Sarah Greene as treasurer.While welcoming its new leadership, the club thanked its former leaders, ...

  8. Area Teen Has Been Missing Since Dec. 11

    Area Teen Has Been Missing Since Dec. 11

    OSSINING, N.Y. -- Authorities in Westchester County, New York City and elsewhere are searching for a 15-year-old Ossining girl missing for more than three weeks.Shilah Carter, whose is to celebrate her 16th birthday on Jan. 8, is believed to have run away on Dec. 11, according to the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services. Authorities believe she may be traveling in the ...

  9. Cancer Support Groups Set To Meet In Dutchess, Putnam In February

    Cancer Support Groups Set To Meet In Dutchess, Putnam In February

    A nonprofit organization that brings aid and information to people affected by breast or ovarian cancer has scheduled several support groups in Putnam and Dutchess counties this February.According to Support Connection, Inc., a Yorktown-based nonprofit that provides free, confidential support services to breast and ovarian cancer patients, the first in-person group session of the month ...

  10. Poughkeepsie Fire Called 'Suspicious'

    Poughkeepsie Fire Called 'Suspicious'

    POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. – A fire that tore through parts of a vacant Harrison Street home on Friday has been deemed suspicious, according to the Poughkeepsie Journal.The blaze drew city firefighters to the second floor of 44 Harrison St. about 8:30 p.m., according to the Journal, which reported that the first responders on the scene reported “heavy fire” on their arrival.While the flames ...

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