Grand Central a ghost town; service suspended

… Metro-North lines would be delayed and when. “I’ve got no idea what I’m going to do,” said Barbara Blackman of Hartsdale. “I’ve just found out they are suspending Metro-North service in the afternoon and they did not make it very clear online.” “I …

Mamaroneck’s Frankie & Fanucci’s Serves Up Irish Pizza Special

Forget the traditional corned beef and cabbage on St. Patty’s Day, pizza lover’s can still get their fill with a slice of Frankie & Fanucci’s Wood Oven Pizzeria’s special Irish pizza. To help celebrate the day, the pizzeria will pair Irish food with their authentic, thin-crust pizza from Monday, March 13 to Friday, March 19, at both of the restaurants’ two locations in Mamaroneck at 301 Mamaroneck Ave., and Hartsdale 202 E. Hartsdale Ave. The pizza is made with traditional St. Patrick’s Day favorites, braised corned beef and cabbage, roasted garlic mashed potatoes, caramelized onions, roasted carrots, swiss cheese and whole grain mustard.

Somers Girls Earn Girl Scouts’ Ultimate Honor – Prestigious Gold Award

Two members of Somers Girl Scout Troop 2088 just earned the highest award a Girl Scout can earn – the Gold Award. Amy Rios, a senior at Somers High School, and Kiersten Hughes, a Somers resident who attends Maria Regina High School in Hartsdale, were recognized for their individual projects at the Girl Scout Heart of the Hudson Gold Award Ceremony Saturday at the Poughkeepsie Grand Hotel.

Westchester Celebrates Free Pancake Day

The pancake chain celebrated National Pancake Day at its restaurants across the country, including locations in Hartsdale, Yonkers, Larchmont, Mohegan Lake, West Nyack, and Poughkeepsie. Customers got a free short stack of buttermilk pancakes with the hope they will donate to help children battling critical illnesses.

After 39 Years, Hartsdale Restaurant Opens Second Location In Dobbs Ferry

Villaggio Italiano Restaurant , a family-owned Italian eatery based in Hartsdale, is — after 39 years — opening a second location in Dobbs Ferry on Friday, Feb. 17. And that means free pizza tastings on opening day starting at noon with Owners Danny and Robyn Santiago personally greeting the Dobbs Ferry.community. According to Robyn, the couple chose the area because “it’s a great town with a lot of great restaurants and we wanted to be a part of that community.”

Hartsdale Teen Thrives After Five Heart Surgeries

Now, after five successful heart surgeries, the 15-year-old Hartsdale girl shares her life story to help other prospective heart patients including speaking at a Town of Greenburgh public meeting during Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Week. Reilly’s five heart surgeries included two open heart, one closed heart and two catheterizations before she turned four years old.

Judy Garland’s Remains Dug Up and Moved

The actress died at 47, and has been buried since her 1969 funeral at the Ferncliff Mausoleum in Hartsdale, New York. But, seemingly at the behest of her daughter Liza Minnelli, 70, Garland has been moved to Beth Olam Cemetery – the Jewish section of the Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles.

Judy Garland’s Remains Moved From Hartsdale To Hollywood

The remains of Judy Garland, most famous for her role as Dorothy in “Wizard of Oz,” have been moved from a mausoleum at Ferncliff Cemetery — where she had been ensconced since 1969 — to Forever Cemetery in Hollywood, according to multiple news accounts. The transfer was made because there isn’t enough space at Ferncliff Cemetery in the Town of Greenburgh for Garland’s three children and grandchildren to be buried alongside her, People reported.

Judy Garland’s remains moved

Los Angeles, Jan 28 – Late singer-actress Judy Garland’s remains have been moved from New York to Los Angeles. Garland, who died from an accidental overdose in London in 1969, had been laid to rest in a mausoleum in Hartsdale, New York.

Why are Judy Garlanda s remains leaving N.Y. for Hollywood?

Nearly a half-century after her death, the remains of Judy Garland have been removed from a mausoleum in Hartsdale, N.Y., and flown to Los Angeles for a planned burial at Hollywood Forever Cemetery, it was reported today. The transfer was sought by her daughter, Liza Minnelli, because Garland’s previous burial place did not have room for plots for her children and grandchildren to be buried with her, People Magazine reported on its website.

Judy Garland’s remains moved

The iconic actress – who died from an accidental overdose in London in 1969 – had been laid to rest in a mausoleum in Hartsdale, New York, but her burial place has been dug up and her remains were transported to California earlier this week at the request of her famous daughter Liza Minnelli so they can be re-interred at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. According to People magazine, the move is being made because her previous burial site didn’t have enough space for plots for her three children and grandchildren to eventually be laid to rest with her.

Search Continues For Masked Man That Accosted Scarsdale Woman

Additional details have emerged about the armed man who approached a woman in her driveway last week after following her from the train station, prompting a police manhunt . At approximately 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 12, a woman in the Greenacres neighborhood walked home from the Hartsdale train station, when she was confronted by an unidentified man in the driveway of her home.

Let’s Dance: 98-Year-Old Dazzles Scarsdale Crowd With Youthful Spirit

The music may have been a bit low but that didn’t stop the enthusiasm at the Scarsdale Athleta store Sunday, Jan. 15 when Tao Porchon-Lynch, known for being the world’s oldest yoga teacher, took to the floor. The 98-year-old and her dance partner Anton Bilozorov, of Hartsdale’s Fred Astaire Dance Studio, dazzled the crowd with their moves — and in Porchon-Lynch’s case, her three colorful dance outfits.

Manhunt Underway After Woman Approached By Man In Scarsdale Driveway

A manhunt is underway in Scarsdale after a woman was approached by a man in her driveway on Thursday night who may have been carrying a gun. According to police, shortly before 7:30 p.m. on Thursday night, a woman in the Greenacres neighborhood walked home from the Hartsdale train station, when she was confronted by an unidentified man in the driveway of her home.

Greenburgh Police Bust Two Attempting To Defraud Hartsdale Best Buy

A duo from Brooklyn is in trouble with the law in Greenburgh after being busted with fake IDs while attempting to defraud the Best Buy location in Hartsdale. At approximately 7:15 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 28, officers from the Greenburgh Police Street Crime unit were notified of a sticky situation by a Best Buy Asset Protection employee, who was suspicious of a man attempting to open a store credit account with an out-of-state ID bearing the name Errol Sibbleg.

Greenville Fire Commissioner Helen Orce Narrowly Escapes Write-In Campaign

Annual elections for local fire department officers were Tuesday in Hartsdale, Fairview and Greenville: And the outcomes of two fire commissioner elections were very close. “Every vote counts,” proclaimed Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner, who noted that the outcome of elections in Hartsdale and Greenville were decided by margins of fewer than 20 votes, respectively.

Westchester Middle Schooler Becomes Upstander For Human Rights

She may only be 12 but Talia Katzke, a seventh grader at Solomon Schechter Day School in Hartsdale, is a force to be reckoned with. The Scarsdale resident has set up a GoFundMe page to tell the story of a local Holocaust survivor and with that, to become a “Legacy Circle” member, meaning she will help educate her community about survivors’ stories.

Yonkers Residents Inducted Into Westchester Senior Citizen Hall Of Fame

A total of 53 Westchester County residents were inducted Friday into the prestigious Westchester County Senior Citizen Hall of Fame. Honorees during an1 luncheon ceremony in Tarrytown included Richard Edelson of Hartsdale, Larry Nardecchia of Ardsley, , Bruno Viani of Ardsley, Jeanie C. Jee of Dobbs Ferry, Eleanor Carren of Irvington, Elenora Smith of Greenburgh and Mary Williams of Greenburgh.