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  1. Deal To Sell Galleria Mall In Works

    Deal To Sell Galleria Mall In Works

    WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. - There is a potential deal in the making to sell the Galleria Mall, and further White Plains Mayor Tom Roach's goal to make the area more walkable.According to Lohud, there is a deal in the works that would sell the mall to a national company. The sale hasn't been confirmed yet, Lohud added, saying that the mall's current owner, the Simon Property Group, released a ...

  2. Americans' Terror Fears As High Now As Post-9/11

    Americans' Terror Fears As High Now As Post-9/11

    Not since the weeks following the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, have Americans been as afraid of terrorism, as right now. A New York Times/CBS News poll shows the fear of a potential terror attack is making the messages of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump that much more appealing to some Americans. CBS teamed up with the Times and conducted a poll of Americans, showing that ...

  3. Senate Leader, Son Found Guilty In Case Involving Westchester Law Firm

    Senate Leader, Son Found Guilty In Case Involving Westchester Law Firm

    This story has been updated.After only two days of deliberation, a Manhattan Federal Court found New York Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos and his son Adam guilty of corruption charges, according to reports.Skelos was found guilty of illegally approving a contract for a Scarsdale firm for which his son had been employed.Skelos and his son were found guilty of using the senator’s power ...

  4. The Bott Shoppe Celebrates Grand Opening In Mamaroneck

    The Bott Shoppe Celebrates Grand Opening In Mamaroneck

    MAMARONECK, N.Y. – The Bott Shoppe Pop Up Art Gallery and Gift Shop in Mamaroneck, a limited-time boutique offering handmade and local items for sale through the holiday season, recently held its grand opening.The shop, owned by Laura Saravia Bott, offers everything from fine art to books and clothing to tech gifts, many of which are made by local artists and artisans in the greater New ...

  5. Mamaroneck Library Bids Farewell To Longtime Workers, Welcomes New Ones

    Mamaroneck Library Bids Farewell To Longtime Workers, Welcomes New Ones

    MAMARONECK, N.Y. -- It's always difficult to look back over the course of a year and reflect on what's happened, but this year stands out with so many things to be thankful for and so many changes. Last month, we bid a fond farewell to our lon-time caretaker, Tom Burke. Tom was a familiar sight in the library as he handled the deliveries, the coordination of maintenance and repairs, and ...

  6. State Police Provide Motorists With Winter Driving Tips

    State Police Provide Motorists With Winter Driving Tips

    With winter weather on its way, Major Charles Guess of the New York State Police, is asking motorists to remember to keep safe on the roads. "Winter hazards can be the most dangerous of all driving situations we face. More people are involved in crashes during the winter months than any other time of the year," Guess said in a release. Winter driving hazards include snow, ice, ...

  7. Cuomo Says There Is 'No Appetite' For Full-Time Legislature

    Cuomo Says There Is 'No Appetite' For Full-Time Legislature

    ALBANY, N.Y. — Following the conviction of former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, Gov. Andrew Cuomo says that he won't focus on creating a full-time legislature but instead push for more transparency and disclosure, according to a report in Capital New York. Cuomo said there is "no appetite" among lawmakers for becoming a full-time legislature, meaning that being state ...

  8. Westchester Advisory Committee Suggests Consolidating IT, Police

    Westchester Advisory Committee Suggests Consolidating IT, Police

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- The Citizens Budget Advisory Committee is suggesting that one way to cut costs in the county would be to consolidate the information technology and police departments of all localities, according to a report in LoHud.com.However, Lohud reports, that this might not be the easiest thing for residents to consider. For the full LoHud report, click here.

  9. Cuomo Tightens DWI Offender Punishment In New York

    Cuomo Tightens DWI Offender Punishment In New York

    Gov. Andrew Cuomo approved a bill that would work to ensure that all who are repeat DWI offenders have ignition interlock devices installed in their cars. The ignition interlock, a breathalyzer type device that requires drivers to blow into the device before the car will turn on.According to an article on NY State of Politics, the bill was approved following an audit from State ...

  10. $15 Minimum Wage Likely To Cost NY Jobs, Report Says

    $15 Minimum Wage Likely To Cost NY Jobs, Report Says

    ALBANY, N.Y. - A report recently released by the Empire Center for Public Policy and the American Action Forum says that the coming increase of the states minimum wage to $15 will likely cost the New York nearly 200,000 jobs, on the low end. The report looked at the impact on employment for a minimum wage of either $15 and $12, New York State of Politics reported.  E.J. McMahon, ...

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