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Yonkers is the fourth most populous city in New York. There are several attractions in Yonkers such as the Hudson River Museum which is the largest museum in the county, the Cross County Shopping Center which has over a hundred restaurants and stores, the Yonkers Raceway which is a harness racing tracks. Notable residents have included singer Mary J. Blige, jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald, rapper DMX, and Aerosmith's Steve Tyler.
Local Newspapers: Westchester Times Tribune Yonkers Rising
Local Sports Teams: New York Giants (NFL) New York Islanders (NHL) New York Jets (NFL) New York Knicks (NBA) New York Liberty (WNBA) New York Mets (MLB) New York Rangers (NHL)
Local Colleges: Westchester Community College
Zip Codes associated with yonkers, new york:
10703 10704 10705 10710
Towns/Cities near yonkers, new york : Bryn Mawr Bronxville Mt Vernon Fleetwood Riverdale Lawrence Park
State Senate Democrats Reunite For 1st Time Since 2011 Split
Democrats in the New York state Senate reunited Tuesday for the first time since a 7-year-long schism within the party helped give control of the chamber to Republicans. Former members of the Independent Democratic Conference and mainline Democrats met briefly behind closed doors at the Capitol, a day after the eight-member IDC was formally disbanded at the start of Monday's Senate session.State Senate Candidates Square Off In Debate At Sarah Lawrence College
The gloves are off and questions from the audience are welcome during the latest debate Wednesday, April 18 in the special election for George Latimer's vacated state Senate seat. Republican Julie Killian of Rye faces Democratic Assemblywoman Shelley Mayer of Yonkers during a 7:30 p.m. debate at Reisinger Auditorium at Sarah Lawrence College.Sex Offender Reports Move From Yonkers To New Rochelle
The New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services issued an alert this week to Westchester residents regarding the residency of 79-year-old Nathaniel Sims, who has moved from Yonkers to an apartment on May Street in New Rochelle. The Division of Criminal Justice Services has assigned Sims as a Level 2 threat, which means he is at "moderate risk of a repeat offense."Two parties bring balance
The news that Democrats in the state Senate are unifying behind Andrea Stewart-Cousins of Yonkers is the very definition of putting the fox in charge of the henhouse. Reunification puts to an end a faction of senators from the Democratic Party who called themselves the Independent Democratic Caucus, a group that sided with Republicans and gave Republicans de-facto control of the chamber.Arrest at Apple store on Greenwich Ave.
A man was arrested for shoplifting at the Apple store on Greenwich Avenue, after he allegedly returned to the scene of his earlier crime, according to police. Boubakar Toure, 18, of Bradhurst Ave., Yonkers, N.Y., was charged with sixth-degree larceny Thursday afternoon.Race For Latimer's Open State Senate Seat Seen As Key State Bellwether
Control of the state Senate chamber may be determined by the outcome of a special election in Westchester on Tuesday, April 24. Who wins Westchester County Exec George Latimer's open seat in the 37th District could also be a bellwether for races around the state, indicating whether Democrats can ride "a wave election" in November, according to political observers. One of the seats, formerly held by New York City Councilman Ruben Diaz Sr., is in a solidly Democratic district in the Bronx.'Sexually Violent,' 'Predicate' Sex Offender Reports Move In Mount Vernon
A registered "sexually violent" and "predicate sex" offender accused of sodomizing and raping a woman more than three decades ago has reported an address change in Westchester County. The New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services issued an alert on Tuesday to Westchester residents regarding the residency of 63-year-old Walter Kearney, who has moved from an apartment in Yonkers to a residence on Franklin Avenue in mount Vernon.At his N.J. high school, James Comey fought the power. Now, he's aiming even higher
James Comey, seated in front on left, with others on the student newspaper. Faculty adviser Andrew Dunn is standing on the left.A.M. Roundup: Cuomo gives unions boost before Supreme Court
Good morning. The Capital Region might finally experience some spring weather Friday, although it's still not time to bust out the flip flops - the footwear, not what President Donald Trump is considering doing with his stance on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, of course.Yonkers pol ignored pleas from women harassed by nightmare bosses
A state assemblywoman running for Senate in an upcoming special election is under fire from two women over her handling of their harassment complaints during her time as chief counsel for the Senate Dems. The women say Shelley Mayer, a Yonkers Democrat, did little to help despite being asked directly to intervene in their situations.These 'Dishonest' NY Lawyers Led to $10.6M in Victim Payouts
A New York fund that reimburses clients who have suffered financial losses caused by lawyer misconduct paid more than $10 million last year, the second-largest single-year payout in the 35-year history of the fund. The Lawyers' Fund for Client Protection is an independent public trust, primarily financed by New York attorney registration fees, that reimburses law clients for "losses caused by dishonest conduct of former New York State lawyers" such as theft of real estate escrow funds, estate assets and settlement proceeds, as well as unearned legal fees paid to a lawyer who falsely promised to render legal services.Man who started ALS Ice Bucket Challenge gets back his voice
An ALS sufferer gave voice to thousands like him around the world when he co-founded the Ice Bucket Challenge in 2014 - raising $115 million to help find a cure for the neurodegenerative disease. Three years later, Pat Quinn, a 34-year-old from Yonkers, New York, lost his ability to speak, walk or use his hands.More Than 200 Layoffs Eyed In Yonkers Public Schools Amid Budget Crunch
More than 200 school district employees face layoffs due to a $48 million budget gap in Yonkers, officials said on Tuesday, April. 9. Another $5 million in cuts are expected to balance the $604 million school budget.Race For Latimer's Vacated State Senate Seat Seen As Key State Bellwether
Control of the state Senate chamber may be determined by the outcome of a special election in Westchester on April 24. Who wins former state Sen. George Latimer's open seat in the 37th District could also be a bellwether for races around the state, indicating whether Democrats can ride "a wave election" in November, according to political observers. One of the seats, formerly held by New York City Councilman Ruben Diaz Sr., is in a solidly Democratic district in the Bronx.Man Dies After Being Stabbed By Westchester Restaurant Female Co-Worker
New details have emerged after a male employee at a popular Westchester restaurant who was stabbed to death by a female co-worker late Tuesday morning. The suspect in the incident at River City Grille on Route 9 in Irvington, identified by Irvington Police as 27-year-old Rosa Ramirez of New York City, who was recently hired as a dishwasher at the restaurant, has been charged with murder and was arraigned Tuesday afternoon.All Aboard, All Included: Metro-North Getaways In Hudson Valley, CT
Between commuter traffic and parking limitations, planning a visit to the Bruce Museum may seem daunting to some, yet the Greenwich-based museum and the Metro-North Railroad are working together to make the trip more convenient and accessible to all. The museum and Metro-North offer a "Getaway" package that includes discounted rates for both train tickets and admission to the Bruce Museum from any station on the Metro-North Railroad.A Democrat-Controlled Senate Is Concerning
Last week's news that Democrats in the state Senate are unifying behind Andrea Stewart-Cousins of Yonkers is the very definition of putting the fox in charge of the henhouse.
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