Tag: Westchester

Skelos Corruption Trial Expected to Begin Tuesday

Jury selection began Monday, but ironically only a few potential jurors knew their state representatives.

Don’t Blame Zoning For Long Island’s Lack Of Affordable Housing

Other factors are the culprit for making the cost of living on the Island so high.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo Re-elected, Beating GOP Challenger Rob Astorino, Reports Say

Cuomo’s lieutenant governor will be Kathy Hochul, a 56-year-old former Democratic Congresswoman from the Buffalo area.

NYC Doctor NY’s First Confirmed Ebola Case

Dr. Craig Spencer, who is in isolation, was treating Ebola patients in Africa.

Exclusive: Red Light Camera Company Lobbying for School Bus Stop-Arm Cams...

ATS hired a lobbyist to push the “School Bus Camera Safety Act” in the state Legislature, records show.

Great Neck Lawyer Charged With Stealing from Clients

The attorney allegedly spent hundreds of thousands of dollars belonging to disabled clients over the past four years

Mourners Say Goodbye at Andrea Rebello Funeral

"It's a big question mark why this happened."