Westchester Magazine's January 2011 Best of the Decade tenth anniversary issue.
A Mount Vernon resident has pleaded guilty to murdering his young daughter and her baby sitter in a deal to avoid a life sentence without the possibility of parole. See the story.
In a hopeful sign that the worst of the Great Recession may indeed be over in Westchester, the latest report from the state’s Labor Department shows that the private sector enjoyed a net gain of ...
A federal grant awarded to White Plains will allow the cash-strapped city to re-hire some of the firefighters it had laid off recently. See the story.
In what is perhaps a sign of the (economically depressed) times, another bank in Westchester was hit—this time in Mamaroneck. See the story.
Experts say that Westchester’s coyote problem is far from over in the new year. To the contrary—the next generation has begun to explore our backyards. See the story.
The owner of a martial arts school in Croton is being held on bail after being charged with the sexual abuse of one of his students—an 11-year-old girl. See the story.
IBM’s computer player, “Watson,” beat the two top human Jeopardy! contestants of all time in a practice round held at the company’s Yorktown Heights facility. The contestants will compete in a full game against Watson, ...
A New Rochelle man was charged with second-degree murder in the death of his two-year-old son, who suffered a fracture to the back of the head and multiple broken ribs. See the story.
Yorktown officials have settled a lawsuit filed by an employee claiming anti-Semitic abuse and retaliation. See the story.
The brother of a man Jennifer Katz previously dated was found driving her vehicle—and in possession of some of her jewelry—the day she was found murdered in her home. See the story.
The often-controversial future of Indian Point Energy Center is slated to come to a resolution in 2011, as the Department of Environmental Conservation has set up January filing deadlines and a June hearing to argue ...
Two New York City women were busted by cops for prostitution during a sting at their unlicensed massage parlor in Ossining. See the story.
County Executive Rob Astorino’s office responds to HUD’s criticisms that the county government is not moving fast enough to fulfill its legal obligation to provide affordable housing for minorities. See the story.
The federal Department of Housing and Urban Development has criticized Westchester County for still not devising adequate plans to address the county’s court-ordered mandate to provide affordable housing for minorities. See the story.
Local chef Tommy Stratis puts popular yogurt brands to the test.
Openings, Closings, Kitchen Changes, Food Events
The top food websites visited by some of our local restaurateurs.
A few things foodies can look forward to in 2011.
Want something made with love? Try Grandma Momma’s Legacy Licious Sweet Potato Pie from G&K Sweet Foods.