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  1. State Gains $32M In Federal Funds For Highway Safety Projects

    State Gains $32M In Federal Funds For Highway Safety Projects

    ALBANY, N.Y. -- Gov. Andrew Cuomo has announced that over $32 million in federal highway safety grants have been awarded to 541 highway safety programs throughout New York state to improve overall highway safety and reduce the number of deaths and serious injuries due to crashes."Making New York's roads safer for motorists, passengers and pedestrians is a top priority of this ...

  2. ArtsWestchester Offers Partial Scholarships For Classes

    ArtsWestchester Offers Partial Scholarships For Classes

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- ArtsWestchester is offering partial scholarships to all students interested in taking classes at its art studio in downtown White Plains. For ages 6-10, Kids n’ Clay offers students the opportunity to discover the magical qualities of clay by creating fun, weekly projects. An instructor from the Clay Art Center, a nationally recognized nonprofit center for the ...

  3. Attorney General Eric Schneiderman To Address Government Class

    Attorney General Eric Schneiderman To Address Government Class

    MAMARONECK, N.Y. – New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman will speak to Mamaroneck High School students and community members Wednesday, Oct. 14, at 7:30 p.m. in the school's McLain Auditorium. Schneiderman’s appearance -- focused on “How to Restore Public Trust and Confidence in Albany” -- is the result of collaboration between MHS social studies teacher Joe Liberti’s Advanced ...

  4. Car Strikes Tree Along Cross County Parkway

    Car Strikes Tree Along Cross County Parkway

    YONKERS, N.Y. -- A driver escaped serious injury Saturday morning after a car smashed into a tree near the Cross County Parkway in Yonkers, according to a report on News12 Westchester.The crash occurred about 8 a.m. near the exit for Central Avenue, New12 reported. No other vehicles were involved in the accident, according to News12.To see the full report, click here.

  5. Hurricane Joaquin Strengthens As It Treks Toward Northeast

    Hurricane Joaquin Strengthens As It Treks Toward Northeast

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Hurricane Joaquin is on its way to the East Coast, possibly bringing rain, wind and the threat of flooding and other damage to Westchester County, according to the National Weather Service. Forecasters expect the storm to continue to strengthen near the Bahamas over the next few days before turning northward along the Eastern Seabord. The National Weather ...

  6. North White Plains Train Station Adds Indoor Parking

    North White Plains Train Station Adds Indoor Parking

    NORTH WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Metro-North Railroad’s new North White Plains garage opens Monday. The structure features 391 additional parking spaces. Three floors are dedicated to permit parking, and two floors are for metered parking. According to Metro North’s Facebook page, other features of the parking garage include the following: Electric vehicle charging stations.Installation of ...

  7. Westfair Singers Create Scholaship For High School Girls

    Westfair Singers Create Scholaship For High School Girls

    GREENWICH, Conn. — The Westfair Singers, based in Greenwich, announced the creation of The Judith Hahnssen-Schwab Founder’s Scholarship Competition. It is inviting musically talented, female high school seniors in Fairfield County, Conn., and Westchester County, N.Y., to submit applications by Oct. 16. The program, honoring the legacy of the choral ensemble’s founder, identifies and ...

  8. New Cablevision Buyer Patrick Drahi Cites Likely Layoffs, Salary Cuts

    New Cablevision Buyer Patrick Drahi Cites Likely Layoffs, Salary Cuts

    The prospective new owners of Cablevision Systems will run the fourth-largest cable TV system in the U.S. differently from current owner James Dolan, according to a report in TheStreet.com. Altice CEO Patrick Drahi told investors that he intends to pay as little as possible for some programming, and analysts predict that could also lead to salary cuts and layoffs, The Street ...

  9. Report Finds Lax Oversight Of Student Grade Changes

    Report Finds Lax Oversight Of Student Grade Changes

    A study by state Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli's office found that five school districts were lax about keeping track of changes to students' grades, according to a report in State of Politics.The study also found a sixth district had kept no history of altered grades at all, State of Politics reported. The five districts that had little oversight were Arlington, Elmira, Fairport, ...

  10. Cuomo Announces $2.5M For Bomb Squads, Explosive Detection Canine Teams

    Cuomo Announces $2.5M For Bomb Squads, Explosive Detection Canine Teams

    Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced $2 million in federal Homeland Security Grant money Monday for 12 local, FBI-accredited bomb squads across the state to sustain and enhance their capabilities. Westchester County will receive $290,284. This marks the 10th consecutive year New York has provided dedicated federal homeland security aid to local bomb squads, with more than $15 million being ...

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