Wednesday, July 15, 2020
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Rabbi Impersonating Cop to Plead Guilty

Westchester residents were victims of a Larchmont rabbi impersonating a police officer, following disputes with drivers.

Larchmont DDS Honored for Helping to Save Man’s LIfe

A story about Pediatric Dentist David Zirlin, who practices in Larchmont and White Plains, intuition and luck, and a man's life saved.

Home Invader Foiled by Spyware Pleads Guilty

The terrorized couple’s son, an IT manager, had installed software that allowed him to access the laptop when it was powered on. Web Sites Seem to be Working

Several of the Web sites run by the County seem to be back up--at least sporadically-- after being hacked Friday. The hacker’s message poked...

H Mart to Open on Central Avenue

    After we posted the story on Kam Sen, Westchester's  largest Asian market, reader Lisa Solomon wrote in to say she believes H Mart, a...

Metro-North Platform Smoking Ban Starts Wednesday

  Cold turkey commute. Don’t even think about lighting up while waiting for your Metro-North train. Doing so could get you kicked off the platform,...

It’s Linsanity! (Is he moving here?)

One comment in online reads, "It is starting to require actual effort to remain completely ignorant of this person." For those who've been successful to...

Fundraiser Aids Efforts to Find Lauren Spierer

We hear a fundraiser at the Red Hat in Irvington raised about $30,000 last week towards efforts to find Lauren Spierer. Friends, family and...

Tweet or Chat on Facebook with Nita Lowey & Students During State of the Union

Congresswoman Lowey visited New Rochelle High School Monday and invited kids to chat further online Tuesday night.

Police Suspect Foul Play In Student’s Disappearance

An Indiana University student from Greenburgh remained missing this morning, four days after she was last seen, as her parents took to the national airwaves to plead for help finding their daughter.

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Which Local Businesses Got Government Bailouts?

46 Larchmont businesses including restaurants, schools and car dealerships got the cash.

Mamaroneck Approves Street Dining

Outdoor street dining is coming to Mamaroneck Avenue and for several of the local restaurants the measure may be their only hope of staying open.

Lyme Disease Season Hits Westchester

People who contract Lyme disease often have no memory of having been bitten.

Today’s Snapshot

Sunset at Manor Park - Submitted to theLoop by Christopher Bourdain