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  1. Warmer Than Average Temps Expected To Last Through August

    Warmer Than Average Temps Expected To Last Through August

    This story has been updated.The hot weather the area has been experiencing is expected to remain through August, according to the latest forecast from Weather Underground.The longterm outlook projects the northeast part of the U.S. will remain at or above average temperature wise through October, Weather Underground said.Other areas expected to deal with higher than temps through ...

  2. Westchester Man, Woman Charged With Siphoning Cooking Oil From Five Guys

    Westchester Man, Woman Charged With Siphoning Cooking Oil From Five Guys

    A Yonkers couple was arrested in last week on charges of attempting to steal cooking oil from a restaurant in Westport, Conn., police said.Jonathan Garces, 22, and Alondra Aracil, 19, were found by officers while "actively siphoning cooking oil from the tank" located at the back of the Five Guys restaurant in Westport, police said.Police had been alerted to a report of a white ...

  3. Heat Advisory In Effect For Westchester

    Heat Advisory In Effect For Westchester

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. – With heat, humidity and expected 90-degree temperatures in the weather forecast through next week, a heat advisory is in effect for all of Westchester County.The county is offering various places for people to stay and cool off.The New Rochelle Public Library's main branch at 1 Library Plaza will be open Saturday until 2 p.m., and from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on ...

  4. Greenburgh-North Castle School District Searches For New Superintendent

    Greenburgh-North Castle School District Searches For New Superintendent

    GREENBURGH, N.Y. – The Greenburgh-North Castle Union Free School District has launched a search for superintendent Edward Placke's replacement.Placke announced his retirement beginning next March, when he will become the new executive director at Green Chimneys. The school district has enlisted the help of Putnam/Northern Westchester BOCES as search consultants.“Dr. Placke’s legacy of ...

  5. Summer Arts Series Opens At North Castle Public Library

    Summer Arts Series Opens At North Castle Public Library

    ARMONK, N.Y.. – The North Castle Library will kick off a Wednesday night summer arts series on Wednesday, July 6, and throughout the rest of the month.Professor Valerie Franco will introduce the series during the July 6 lecture and highlight French artists in advance of Bastille Day this month, focusing on Nicolas Poussin. July 13's lecture will highlight Andre Derain, one of the ...

  6. Dump Truck Scrapes Underpass Of Galleria In White Plains

    Dump Truck Scrapes Underpass Of Galleria In White Plains

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.. – A dump truck scraped the underpass of the Galleria in White Plains on Tuesday morning, forcing the closure of several lanes, according to lohud.com.The accident happened around 5:30 a.m. as the truck was moving north on Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard, lohud.com said.Police closed lanes as a precaution against falling debris and to allow crews to repair the ...

  7. Stephen Michael Sules Of White Plains, 24

    Stephen Michael Sules Of White Plains, 24

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – Stephen Michael Sules of White Plains died on Friday, June 17, at his home. He was 24.Sules attended White Plains High School and The International Culinary Center, working at several restaurants and taverns in the area, most recently at the Black Bear Saloon in White Plains.He is survived by parents Lorraine and Stephen; his brother, John, and his fiancee, ...

  8. Westchester Health Care, Social Services Workers Simulate Poverty

    Westchester Health Care, Social Services Workers Simulate Poverty

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. – A hundred workers from Westchester County-based health care and community organizations recently took part in a Walk in My Shoes poverty simulation for a month.The exercise, organized by HealthlinkNY’s Health Action Priorities Network, was designed to give workers perspective on what a low-income family goes through trying to make ends meet.During the months, ...

  9. High Real Estate Prices In NYC Drive Up Demand In Nearby Communities

    High Real Estate Prices In NYC Drive Up Demand In Nearby Communities

    Rising real-estate prices in New York City have begun to trickle down to the surrounding suburbs, putting the squeeze on would-be commuters in Westchester and Rockland counties, according to The New York Times.For now, the market is a seller's one, as Westchester properties are going for anywhere between 20 and 40 percent above the original asking price according to appraisal firm ...

  10. NY Times Spotlights Westchester Man, Ex-Cuomo Aide Under Investigation

    NY Times Spotlights Westchester Man, Ex-Cuomo Aide Under Investigation

    South Salem resident Joseph Percoco, a former aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo, is the subject of a lengthy New York Times profile detailing his history in New York politics and specifically, the Cuomo family.Percoco is currently under federal investigation for receiving a loan on his South Salem house that would cover the majority of the mortgage from a company that had worked with the state, ...

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