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New Maya Lin Exhibition at Hudson River Museum in Yonkers

Best known for her 1982 Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., Lin's new exhibit explores and interprets the geology of the Hudson River.

Local Towns Initiatives on Fall Leaves: Love ‘Em and Leave ‘Em

This fall, one of the best steps you can take to help the environment is to leave fallen leaves on your property to reduce organic waste.

Coming Up: Hudson River Stars in New Summer Exhibition

Hudson River Museum in Yonkers features an exceptional, four-channel video installation

Key State Senate Race Put Focus on Westchester

Shelley Mayer easily trounced Republican Julie Killain in this race

Untermyer Gardens in Yonkers: A Must-See

The new restoration of the spectacular Untermyer Gardens, now more than 40 acres overlooking the Hudson River in Yonkers, is something to behold.

“Selma” Showings Free to Middle Schoolers in Westchester

On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Monday, Jan. 19, seventh-, eighth- and ninth-grade students can see the movie Selma for free.

Some Yonkers Residents Suffer Without Heat

The Yonkers Apartments, at 73 Highland Avenue, has not had heat for more than a week.

Christmas Miracle in Larchmont Finds Ring Lost for 26 Years

To Yonkers, from Stamford, returned to Larchmont...and saved from the gold melting machine, can only be explained as a Christmas Miracle.

Paradise Found: Untermyer Gardens in Yonkers

The restoration of Samuel Untermyer’s glorious gardens in Yonkers is a sight not to be missed.

Parker vs. Verni: 3 Reasons to Vote for Me.

theLoop asked Westchester County Legislature 7th District candidates Catherine Parker and John Verni to give us the TOP THREE reasons we should vote for either one of them.

Your Leaves: Love ‘Em and Leave ‘Em

More than 20 Westchester communities encourage us to mulch fall leaves and leave them on the lawn.

“Worst Derailment in MTA History” Fixed

After a freight train carrying garbage derailed in the Bronx last Thursday, there will be normal traffic for today's Monday commute.

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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

Protesters Rally at Mamaroneck School Board

Community protesters seek to remove Mamaroneck Schools Superintendent Dr. Robert Shaps, before a scheduled Board meeting.

Larchmont’s Polpettina Will Not Reopen

Visibly absent from the outdoor dining scene in Larchmont is Polpettina