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Rob Astorino returns to run for state Senate seat held by...

Former Westchester County Executive Robert P. Astorino, a Republican, has announced his candidacy for the state senate seat currently held by Democrat Peter Harckham.

A bright day despite the overcast

The gloomy skies didn’t deter more than 500 people from heading for Stuart’s Fruit Farm in Somers on Sept. 8 to attend the Family Farm Festival co-sponsored by the Westchester Land Trust (WLT) and the Somers Land Trust.

New York Medical College disaster training center awarded $750,000 in state...

The state has boosted its annual funding for the center, which provides training and expertise to improve responses to disasters and acts of terrorism.

Latimer supports Indian Point tax stabilization fund proposal

The tax stabilization proposal from Sen. Terrence Murphy, R-Yorktown would provide $27 million to offset Indian Point revenue losses in Westchester County, the town of Cortlandt, the village of Buchanan and the Hendrick Hudson School District.

Coast Guard Hudson River safety report: anchorage regulations need clarification

The Coast Guard's report does not recommend any new anchorages along the Hudson River, but it does say regulations on where barges can anchor need clarification.

More than $62M in state funds to pave roads in Westchester,...

Roads including 15 miles of the Saw Mill River Parkway and 3.2 miles of Route 120 in New Castle will be paved thanks to the state funding.

Ridesharing gets Albany lift with early green light

The New York State Assembly approved a bill on Tuesday that would expedite the expansion of ride-sharing services into areas outside of New York City.

Task force to address local impact of Indian Point closing

The task force will address employment and property tax impacts of the closing.

Statewide ride-sharing services hinge on NYS Assembly vote

The New York State Senate passed a bill that would bring ride-sharing to communities outside of New York City earlier this month.

Yorktown open for business

The Route 202 corridor in Yorktown, long considered a less desirable commercial area, has $150 million in projects in the pipeline.