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Route 17 expansion funding welcomed

Longtime advocates of converting New York State Route 17 into Interstate 86 were quick to welcome the $1 billion in funding for the project...

Five organizations join to push for housing legislation

Five Westchester and Hudson Valley organizations have joined in a push for the New York State Legislature to pass bills that could help create...

Five organizations push legislature for housing action

Five Westchester and Hudson Valley organizations have joined in a push for the New York State Legislature to pass legislation that could help create...

Rally at Yonkers pharmacy presses Hochul to sign bills

The Grassy Sprain Pharmacy on Tuckahoe Road in Yonkers was the focal point for elected officials, business leaders and others pushing for New York Gov. Kathy Hochul to sign legislation that had been passed by the legislature in June and is designed to aid local pharmacies.

NYS eviction ban again in effect; protects residential and commercial tenants

In addition to keeping in place the protections for residential tenants, the extension adds new restrictions on commercial evictions.

NY Legislature in special session on evictions, marijuana, open meetings

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B1xzKJiU5Ds The New York State Legislature was due to begin a special session at noon today called by Gov. Kathy Hochul after discussions with state...

Parks Foundation lays out concerns about Playland deal

While making it plain that it’s not against the concept of Westchester County bringing in a private company to manage the Playland Amusement Park,...

Greenburgh Supervisor Feiner wants to make it easier to sue utilities

Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner wants the state Legislature and Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo to put a new law on the books that would...

Former New York state Sen. Bill Larkin dies at 91

Larkin was best known during his Albany years for advocating the creation of National Purple Heart Hall of Honor in New Windsor.

Lamont seeks to have toll vote during regular legislative session

A new Sacred Heart University poll found most residents opposed the governor's toll plan.

Ridgefield First Selectman Marconi urges legislative override of budget veto

Rudy Marconi called on Hartford to move beyond partisan divisions by insisting that the legislative effort was not a “Republican budget.”

Trumbull’s Herbst identifies campaign issues: Image, infrastructure and income

“I have a real problem talking about casinos and recreational marijuana as crutches to balance the state budget,” Tim Herbst said.

Republicans outtally Democrats in income numbers

Financial disclosure forms show Albany Republicans earned more than their Democratic colleagues in 2012, though a Westchester Democrat had the top-earning household.