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In a year full of huge news stories and communities rallying together to support one another and keep safe, these were your top stories of 2020.
Frontline workers in Westchester hospitals received their very first doses of the FDA-approved inoculation against the coronavirus.
The new service allows users to request local pickup and delivery — totally contactless and at rates competitive with traditional post.
Despite local concerns, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission has approved sale of the closing plant to an international firm specializing in nuclear disposal.
With more people staying in, this year is the perfect time to skip the department stores and shop small and local in Westchester County.
The viral challenge co-founder died Sunday after a seven-year battle against the neurodegenerative disease that also claimed Lou Gehrig and Stephen Hawking.
As active cases of COVID-19 in Westchester top 3,400, New York State health officials implement Cluster Action Initiative restrictions.
The Westchester County basketball star returns home after an epic season at U Dayton as the number eight overall pick in the NBA 2020 draft.
Esquire bestowed the honor on Chef Dale Talde and Tarrytown House’s resident restaurant, the only New York establishment to rank outside of NYC.
High schooler Kristen Lynch is one of only 35 people recognized nationally by the New York Life Foundation’s “Love Takes Action” award.
The ambitious budget reduces property taxes for the second year in a row and avoids cutting many public services — for $15.7 million less than last year.
How to celebrate and honor local veterans this year may be a bit of a challenge, but these Westchester communities are finding ways to make it happen.
Westchester County's historic mansion will play host to more than 200 eligible breeds competing for the title of Best in Show in the United States.
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.
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.