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It's not every day that a divorce trial ends with one spouse headed to jail. But the matrimonial battle between Elizabeth Bingham Perry and her hedge-fund executive husband, Jeffrey Perry, is no everyday divorce. Comment?
Rockland Transit Corp. said it is suing Rockland County, alleging it improperly awarded a contract to operate the county's TOR and Tappan ZEExpress bus services. Comment?
Former White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley took the witness stand Friday at his retrial on domestic violence charges, detailing how his then-wife flew into a rage at him in front of home repair contractors the day before his arrest. Comment?
The New York City Water Board voted Friday morning to charge its customers in Westchester and Putnam counties an average of $13.16 more each year for their water. Comment?
He was the artist singled out by Lincoln Center to kick off LCT3, a new venture to nurture emerging playwrights, and delivered a Drama Desk and Outer Critics-nominated work, the one-man hip-hop musical, "Clay." Comment?
Brandon Gerring graduated from Army basic training May 16 at Fort Jackson in South Carolina and continues his Army training at Fort Benning in Georgia. Comment?
A Monsey man linked to an FBI-undercover investor accused of bribing Spring Valley and New York City officials has been sentenced to repay $1.75 million from a bank fraud conviction. Comment?
His lawyer is Kevin Faga of White Plains. Information was incorrect in a Page One article Thursday. Comment?
Westchester County residents are seeing the clearest signs yet that County Executive Rob Astorino has no plans to fight for -- at least not in any way designed to actually win -- millions of dollars in federal grants threatened by his wrong-headed implementation of the federal housing settlement. Comment?
A group of tenants and landlords have asked a federal judge to trash the city's garbage-collection fee, a cost that critics long have claimed is really just a tax by another name. Comment?
If you believe the experts, it appears we have about a 20-year window, give or take a year or two, to straighten out the big mess that's coming our way. Comment?
Even before parents recover from the shock of an autism diagnosis, they often embark on what one advocate called a game of "hopscotch" that lasts years as they search for the best services for their child. Comment?
VARTA Microbattery's move to The International Corporate Center heralds a higher profile and new growth for the German company's North American headquarters, officials said Wednesday. Comment?
A Nyack man is facing 1,372 felony counts after Clarkstown police found a duffel bag stuffed with more than $1 million in counterfeit money orders during a traffic stop. Comment?
In college, Hreyo concentrated in public health, interning with Lancome, Avon and Montefiore Medical Center. Comment?
The Blue Star Memorial Program, founded in 1945, honors military service men and women with the installation of commemorative highway, byway and memorial markers at civic locations throughout the country. Comment?
Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino sent out a scathing statement Tuesday attacking the federal monitor overseeing the 2009 fair housing settlement as expanding its scope by assigning large, outdated affordable housing goals to municipalities. Comment?
She's baaaacccckkk! Narcy Novack, serving a life sentence for plotting the attacks that left her husband and mother-in-law dead, will return to federal court in White Plains on Wednesday for a hearing on the government's effort to seize nearly all her assets. Comment?
The state Supreme Court has given the Polish Community Center permission to proceed with the sale of its hall to the Mormons. Comment?
You've heard the one about the check being in the mail. But who's ever heard of the post office losing 2,000 tax bills that were supposed to be delivered to homeowners? That's what happened in Mount Kisco, which mailed its annual tax bills out on May 31, only to find that they were never delivered. Comment?