Walter Panas Bowler Wins State Championship

Perrone, a sophomore at Walter Panas High School, was the top individual bowler at the New York State High School Championships in Rochester, knocking down 1392 pins over six games. Perrone had the highest regular season average in the state with a score of 238.

Peekskill Woman Scares, Scratches Child, Yorktown Police Say

A 29-year-old Peekskill mom is facing charges of child endangerment after she was accused of chastising an 8-year-old Yorktown boy, police said. Tiffany Costa turned herself in and was arrested at police headquarters in Yorktown on Tuesday, Feb. 28, in connection with an incident in Jefferson Valley the week before, police said.

Showtime’s ‘Billions’ Returns With Many Scenes Shot In Westchester

For fans of Showtime’s “Billions,” watching the struggle between Paul Giamatti and Damian Lewis in the world of New York high finance is like “old home week” for Westchester and Rockland county residents with tons of scenes filmed in familiar spots. In the award-winning drama, U.S. Attorney Chuck Rhoades and the hedge fund king Bobby “Axe” Axelrod are on a collision course as they try to outmaneuver each other.

Man Stole Thousands From Macy’s, Yorktown Police Say

A 51-year-old man was busted by police in Yorktown last week after reportedly stealing more than $1,200 in merchandise from the Jefferson Valley Mall on two separate occasions. On Monday, Feb. 13, police officers patrolling in the Jefferson Valley Mall parking lot were flagged by a loss prevention agent from Macy’s who was requesting assistance with an alleged shoplifter.

Man Found With Cocaine After Leaving JV Mall Parking Lot, Police Say

A Putnam Valley man was arrested in Yorktown on Monday after being busted with cocaine near the Jefferson Valley Mall. Yorktown police said on Tuesday that they had arrested and charged 30-year-old Kevin Singleton with a misdemeanor count of criminal possession of a controlled substance after police spotted “drug activity” inside a vehicle he was in.

Macy’s Employee Stole From Store’s Cash Registers, Yorktown Police Say

A Lake Peekskill woman accused of stealing from the Macy’s store at the Jefferson Valley Mall is facing a petty larceny charge, according to police. Camelia J. Ferraro was arrested on Dec. 23 after store security accused her of stealing $120 from two store registers about a week earlier, according to Yorktown police, who said the 20-year-old store employee turned herself in after Macy’s security reported the alleged theft to authorities.

Yorktown Police Say Toys ‘R’ Us Employee Stole More Than $2,500 From Store

A Bonnie and Clyde-like duo from the Bronx is facing felony charges for attempting to steal holiday gifts from a Jefferson Valley Toys”R”Us location. On Friday, the Yorktown Police Department announced that Bronx residents Darryl Powell, Jr. and Nancy Grubbs are facing felony grand larceny charges for their scheme that allowed the pair to steal more than $2,000 in goods and cash from Toys”R”Us.

Teens Charged With Shoplifting Nearly $430 From Jefferson Valley Mall

A trio of Mahopac teens found themselves on the wrong side of the law on Tuesday after they were caught attempting to shoplift hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise from the Jefferson Valley Mall in Yorktown Heights. On Wednesday, the Yorktown Police Department announced that three children under the age of 15 are each facing individual charges of juvenile delinquency – with an underlying charge of petit larceny – after allegedly attempting to steal more than $400 in goods from the Sears location on Lee Boulevard.

Man Charged With Stealing Twice At Jefferson Valley Store

A 42-year-old Putnam Valley man was arrested Monday after, police said, he shoplifted at a Yorktown store and then came back for a second shot. Police said that Irving N. Baisley is facing two misdemeanor counts of petit larceny in connection with the theft of more than $500 worth of items from Sears at the Jefferson Valley Mall.

Red Ribbons Promote Drug-Free Lifestyle In Yorktown

You only live once or “YOLO” is the catchphrase of a campaign underway to promote drug-free living in Yorktown. The Alliance for Safe Kids invites local residents to take a stand against drugs by celebrating Red Ribbon Week through Oct. 31. Red ribbons with special messages are hung around Yorktown and at the Jefferson Valley Mall, a visible reminder to parents, teachers, business owners and community organizations to promote drug-free lifestyles.

Teen Cashier Charged With Stealing $461 From Hollister’s In Yorktown

A 19-year-old Peekskill teen was charged with petit larceny after he was caught stealing money from the cash register at Hollister’s in the Jefferson Valley Mall Yorktown where he was employed, according to Yorktown Police. Alex Hildago-Abad, was caught after his manager noticed $461 dollars missing from the register after the teen worked between Aug. 27 and Sept.

Yorktown Residents Invited To Have Coffee With Police Officers

Yorktown residents will have a chance to have a cup of coffee with a cop on Friday, Oct. 7, when the department holds its first Coffee With A Cop Day, according to the Yorktown Police. The event, which runs from 8:30 a.m. to noon, at JV Hot Bagels, 3565 Lee Road, Jefferson Valley, will include a chance to meet the Yorktown Police Chief Robert Noble.

Woman Charged With Stealing From Jefferson Valley Mall

A 58-year-old resident of Mahopac has been arrested on a larceny charge following an incident at Sears in the Jefferson Valley Mall, Yorktown Police said. The arrest came about when police responded to a shoplifting complaint at the store, located at 600 Lee Blvd., on Saturday around 5:30 p.m., according to police.

Many Westchester Residents Mired In ‘Affordability Crisis,’ Study Finds

A new study has concluded what others have complained about for years: That a wide range of Hudson Valley residents are financially unstable and struggling to pay bills and save money. Reclaim New York released its report on Tuesday, concluding that across virtually all income levels, residents in Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, Dutchess and Orange counties “are struggling to save for the future and achieve financial stability.”

Many Westchester Residents Struggling To Pay Bills, New Study Finds

A new study has concluded what others have complained about for years: That a wide range of Hudson Valley residents are financially unstable and struggling to pay bills and save money. Reclaim New York released its report on Tuesday, concluding that across virtually all income levels, residents in Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, Dutchess and Orange counties “are struggling to save for the future and achieve financial stability.”

New Study Reveals High Cost of Living In The Hudson Valley

A new study has concluded what others have complained about for years: That a wide range of Hudson Valley residents are financially unstable and struggling to pay bills and save money. Reclaim New York released its study on Tuesday, concluding that across virtually all income levels, residents in Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, Dutchess and Orange counties “are struggling to save for the future and achieve financial stability.”

Mahopac Teen Charged With Stealing From Jefferson Valley Mall

The arrest came about when officers responded to a report of a shoplifter in custody at Sears in the Jefferson Valley Mall, 600 Lee Blvd., on Saturday, police said. The suspect, a male whose name is being withheld due to possible youthful offender status, allegedly removed tags and packaging from items totaling $93.99, concealed the items on his person and exited the store with them, police said.