Call Me Queen Be takes $40,000 feature

YONKERS, NY, Friday, November 17, 2017 - Call Me Queen Be retook the lead early and grudgingly held it late Friday night , winning Away second from post potion No. 2, 'Queen Be' at first was pocketed to HP Sissy then retook before a :27.2 opening quarter-mile.

Yonkers Officials Introduce $400K In Clean Energy, Transportation Projects

Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano and Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the completion of more than $400,000 of clean energy projects throughout the city, including new solar and wind-powered lighting at the popular John F. Kennedy Marina. The project is part of Cuomo's "Five Cities Energy Plans" initiative, which is designed to increase energy efficiency and clean energy resources in the state's largest cities.

Westchester Budget Cuts Key Park Staff

... it. The Board could reinstate the positions too. Public hearings on the budget proposal are scheduled for 11/21 in Yonkers, 11/29 in Mt. Kisco, and 12/6 in White Plains. Details are at the Board's "dashboard website" for the budget process. ...

Portion of Maybank Highway closed due to fatal accident

Florence County Sheriff's Office officials say a man who poured gasoline on a woman and set her on fire after the two had an altercation on September 19 has been located and arrested in Yonkers, New York. Florence County Sheriff's Office officials say a man who poured gasoline on a woman and set her on fire after the two had an altercation on September 19 has been located and arrested in Yonkers, New York.

Columbus Statue Vandalized In New ‘Act Of Vandalism’ In Yonkers

For the second time in three months , a statue of Christopher Columbus has been vandalized in a Yonkers park, this time "in an act of spontaneous vandalism." Yonkers police said that 33-year-old Bronx resident Paul Martin was in the area making deliveries, when he allegedly spontaneously wrote obscenities on the Columbus Park in permanent marker.

John “Jack” Porth

Born in Yonkers, N.Y., Jack was a devoted husband and father as well as a Navy Veteran and a retired accountant. He enjoyed walking, nature and his beloved Blue Ridge Mountains.

Empire City Casino Evaluates Options to Create Global Gaming & Entertainment Destination

Yonkers, N.Y., United States : Empire City Casino at Yonkers Raceway, one of the largest casinos in the U.S. and one of only two casinos licensed to serve the New York City metropolitan area, today announced that it has initiated a process to explore alternatives, including strategic partnerships, to best position this leading gaming and entertainment facility for the future. Empire City serves more than 16 million eligible gaming customers in southern New York and is located only fifteen miles from Times Square in Manhattan.

Construction Complete Of Westchester Luxury Apartment Development

Developers of a 55-unit luxury apartment complex were joined by Yonkers officials on Wednesday to celebrate the completion of construction at 1177@Greystone. City officials and members of Ginsburg Development Companies celebrated a "topping off" ceremony, marking the completion of the final floor and roof of the Warburton Avenue building, complete with the raising of an American Flag atop the three-story building.

Empire City Wrapped with Love

Empire City Casino at Yonkers Raceway employees were in the Christmas spirit, joining General Counsel Timothy Rooney Jr. at the inaugural "Wrapped with Love" volunteer event to assist those in need during the holiday season on November 13th in the casino's Good Time Room. The supportive staffers wrapped toys that will be donated to Catholic Charities and the Yonkers-based Aisling Irish Community Center as part of 11th Annual Christmas Spirit Coat & Toy Drive.

Westchester & Fairfield Cheat Sheet: Norwalk mall developer gets $15B …

Clockwise from top left: A proposed affordable housing building in Greenwich, the Larkin Plaza development in Yonkers, the SoNo Collection mall in Norwalk, and outgoing Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino. Developer behind under-construction Norwalk mall faces buyout bid GGP, the developer behind the SoNo Collection mall in Norwalk, is facing a $15 billion buyout offer.

Yonkers Man Sentenced To Life For Violent Stabbing Murder

A Westchester man will spend the rest of his life behind bars after being given the maximum sentence after pleading guilty to the violent murder of a Rockland County man near his Nanuet home last summer. Earlier this year, Yonkers resident Frank Keogh, who worked as a contractor in Hopewell Junction, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in Rockland County Court after his stabbing victim, Pearl River native Eric Leopold, died from more than a dozen stab wounds outside his home.