WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- A group of men who were sexually abused as children by Archdiocese of New York priests who worked in the Hudson Valley named their abusers as financial terms of settlements they received through the archdiocese’s new sexual abuse survivor compensation fund were released. Click here to read the entire story.
Here are some other top stories from this past week (click on the link to read the story):
- The MTA Police have released the identity of the man who was fatally struck by a train near the Metro-North station in Hartsdale on Sunday in an apparent suicide.
- A 65-year-old Northern Westchester man caught outside without his pants on in nearby New Canaan, Conn., last week told police that he was naked for "medical reasons."
- Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, saw his favorability ratings hit its highest level in almost three years, according to a Siena College poll. Cuomo has a 61-31 percent favorability rating, up from 54-36 percent last month.
- State Police in Cortlandt have arrested a Northern Westchester man for allegedly taking lewd, illegal photos of a woman in a department store.
- A Dobbs Ferry man was charged with leaving the scene of an accident on Monday after striking a pedestrian on Ashford Avenue in Ardsley and then driving home.
- A grease fire in the kitchen of the Burger King in Mount Kisco around 1 p.m. Wednesday was quickly extinguished by firefighters, but sent employees and customers running.