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  1. Metro-North Offers 17 Early Departures Friday From Grand Central

    Metro-North Offers 17 Early Departures Friday From Grand Central

    To help commuters get a jump on their Labor Day weekend activities, Metropolitan Transportation Authority officials made adjustments to the Metro-North train schedule that includes early "getaway" trains Friday out of Grand Central Terminal.A total of 17 "getaway" trains have been added to the Hudson, New Haven and Harlem lines, and they'll start running at 1 p.m. ...

  2. Steven Hill, 'Law & Order' Actor, Hudson Valley Resident, Dies At 94

    Steven Hill, 'Law & Order' Actor, Hudson Valley Resident, Dies At 94

    Longtime Hudson Valley resident Steven Hill, a well-known actor who left an impression with his lasting role as a crusty district attorney in the New York City television series "Law & Order," died Tuesday in Manhattan, according to The New York Times. He was 94. The cause of death has not been revealed.Hill lived in Monsey in Rockland County.Though Hill had a lead role in ...

  3. Judge Asks Why Ex-Greeley Teacher Won't Have To Register As Sex Offender

    Judge Asks Why Ex-Greeley Teacher Won't Have To Register As Sex Offender

    CHAPPAQUA, N. Y. -- With civil lawsuits still hanging in the balance, a New Castle judge is asking both sides in a criminal case against a former Chappaqua high school teacher accused of inappropriate conduct with students to further explain why the plea deal doesn't include a requirement that the man register as a sex offender, according to lohud.com.Former Horace Greeley drama teacher ...

  4. Man Found Passed Out In Car On Taconic, Police Say

    Man Found Passed Out In Car On Taconic, Police Say

    YORKTOWN, N. Y. -- A 28-year-old Jefferson Valley man is facing several drug charges, including driving while impaired, after New York State Police investigated a report of an unconscious man in a stopped car in the middle lane of the Taconic State Parkway near Yorktown, state police said.David C. Vazquez is charged with felony driving while ability impaired along with felony ...

  5. Obama Shortens Terms For Two Westchester Prisoners

    Obama Shortens Terms For Two Westchester Prisoners

    Two men from Westchester are among the 214 federal inmates to make the list of nonviolent offenders who had their prison sentences cut Wednesday by President Barack Obama as part of an effort to reform the country's criminal justice system when it comes to certain drug crimes, according to multiple reports.The White House announced the decision to commute the sentences Wednesday and it ...

  6. Area TV Meteorologist Goes Back To Court In Child Porn Case

    Area TV Meteorologist Goes Back To Court In Child Porn Case

    The child pornography case against WTNH-TV meteorologist Justin Goldstein has been continued until Aug. 12, according to NBC Connecticut.Goldstein, 33, of Hamden, Conn., was arrested earlier this month on charges of illegal possession of child pornography and promoting a minor in an obscene performance after Connecticut State Police found child pornography files on his computer. NBC ...

  7. 'Three's Company' Actor Enjoys Show's Revival In Northern Westchester

    'Three's Company' Actor Enjoys Show's Revival In Northern Westchester

    PEEKSKILL, N. Y. -- Richard Kline, who played Larry on the '70s sitcom "Three's Company" joined the Peekskill High School Drama Club as the teens brought the show to life for residents of Emerald Peek Rehabilitation and Nursing Center in Peekskill lasr weekend.The Friday show included the students acting out an episode from the show, followed by a question-and-answer session ...

  8. Final Remnants Of World Trade Center Removed In Ceremony At Airport Hangar

    Final Remnants Of World Trade Center Removed In Ceremony At Airport Hangar

    An emotional ceremony Tuesday marked the removal of some of the last items from the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, according to The New York Times.It also signals the upcoming closing of Hangar 17 at Kennedy International Airport that had kept safe at least 2,500 items that served as reminders of loss and survival from that day, the Times says.A piece of a ...

  9. Bedford Woman, 40, Charged With Aggravated DWI In Mahopac Falls

    Bedford Woman, 40, Charged With Aggravated DWI In Mahopac Falls

    CARMEL, N. Y. -- A 40-year-old Bedford woman is facing a misdemeanor aggravated driving while intoxicated charge after New York State Police say she was intoxicated during a Thursday traffic stop, police said.Melissa A. Davis-Dawson was released with tickets to appear in Carmel Town Court at 6 p.m. July 25, police said.Troopers stopped her car on Stillwater Road for speeding and ...

  10. Coney Island Beaches Reopen After Shark Sightings

    Coney Island Beaches Reopen After Shark Sightings

    Coney Island beaches are open again after closing for a while Tuesday after swimmers spotted what they thought were several sharks just off the coast, according to multiple reports.Witnesses told CBS New York that lifeguards called swimmers out of the water as New York City Parks Department officials investigated. Some people said they saw at least six sharks near the shore that were at ...

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