Chappaqua student Ishana Kumar’s study of the mechanisms for perception of visual illusions landed her the top spot in the 2020 Samueli Foundation Prize.
Westchester continues its vigilance to stay healthy. Here’s what you need to know.
A devastating economic casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic, the iconic Elmsford theater has made its final curtain call after more than 45 years in business.
10 different plaintiffs are alleging a pervasive culture of emotional, physical, and sexual violence at sites operated by The Children's Village of Dobbs Ferry over more than 25 years.
As coronavirus cases surge in parts of the state, Governor Cuomo unveils the long-awaited reopening plan for one of New York’s longest shuttered industries.
Accusations of IP theft and executive stock sales haven’t slowed down the company’s efforts to gets its antibody cocktail to market, or its record share prices.
The president has received a trial dose of the local biopharma company’s antibody cocktail, sending their stocks climbing — which he may still own.
"Wonder Boy" Steven Crea was a fixture of Westchester organized crime.
$1 million from a national challenge will bridge the gap between civilians and city planners.
Westchester’s 3 most popular independent theaters are seeking guidelines on how and when the last closed industry can get back in business.
A new proposal would see green energy solutions being built just next door to the former nuclear plant.
Westchester commemorates 19 years since the September 11 attacks with solemn, beautiful imagery and video.
Kate Walsh looks back on her personal experience in NYC on September 11, 2001.
Ceremonies, services, and charitable organizations are helping Westchester residents give solemn remembrance.
See how the county is taking this season’s downtime to refurbish and renovate some of the park’s most historic sites and attractions.
For decades, the live animals at the Dyson College Nature Center have been a cornerstone of the school’s environmental sciences department. Now, amid pandemic budget cuts, the animalia might be on their way out.
Westchester’s only Michelin Star restaurant is about to get a bunch of new faces with a new chef residency program, and a new name.
Beginning today, bowling alleys across the state can reopen, with other low-risk indoor activities and, yes, gyms following next week.
After 42 years in prison for the heinous crime, convicted rapist and murderer Samuel Ayala will be paroled in September.
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