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Costa, a retired football tight end, was born Dec. 7, 1941. He played college football for the University of Notre Dame.
The Village of Brewster is joining the Mayors' Redevelopment Roundtable, a network of municipalities organized by the Land Use Law Center at Pace University.
Hastings-based Matt Turk & Friends will share its special brand of acoustic artistry at two local venues in December, playing the Capitol Theater in Port Chester and Philipsburg Manor in Sleepy Hollow.
A 32-year-old Port Chester man faces a felony charge after discharging a round from his roommate's semi-automatic handgun before dawn Friday, police said.
Written by Michael Dinan PORT CHESTER, NY - Two Connecticut men were arrested on assault charges after beating on a security worker in front of The Capitol Theatre , police say.
White Plains, NY Westy Self Storage recently announced its continued support of the "Toys for Tots" Donation Drive.
Port Chester Middle School will hold a Civil War Day Friday as eighth-grade students immerse themselves in various activities that were prevalent during the time period.
Address to the New Rochelle Board of Education, December 3, 2013 on Common Core.
Port Chester officials are looking to make the northbound platform at the railroad station more accessible to riders with disabilities.
The owner of a New York marine construction firm and crane operator have been charged with reckless endangerment in connection with a crane collapse in Stamford Harbor.
Students of the Greenwich Ballet Academy had their first dress rehearsal of "The Nutcracker" ballet on November 30, 2013 in their Port Chester, N.Y. studio in preparation for their December 7-8 performances at the Greenwich High School Auditorium.
A nonprofit organization that helps older residents of Rye Brook, Harrison, Port Chester, Purchase and Rye live at home comfortably for as long as possible has received a $5,000 grant, according to a press release.
Tools For Change recently began taking fundraising efforts to the crowd-funding site incited.org and is seeking to raise $12,000 to keep the program afloat.
A man wearing a sandwich board-unless you're an artist, that may seem an unlikely source of inspiration, especially for an exhibition that's intended to spotlight the heart and soul of a community.