Anti-Indian Point Activists Rally to Close Plant

On the second anniversary of the devastating tsunami and earthquake in Fukushima, Japan, several anti-nuclear energy groups and individuals gathered in Croton-on-Hudson Saturday to bring attention to the effects of radiation exposure. Two former U.S. Navy navigators who were aboard

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Taxpayer Funds Needed for Tri-Municipal 9/11 Memorial

Croton-on-Hudson may team up with Buchanan and Cortlandt to partially fund a regional memorial to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2011, a reversal of the village’s original stance on financing the project. At a meeting of the village’s board

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Hudson River Restrictions Lifted for Ossining, Points North

The Westchester County Department of Health is advising people who use the Hudson River waters south of Ossining for recreational purposes, namely swimmers, windsurfers and kayakers, to avoid direct contact with the Hudson River now throughout the weekend. There are

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HUD Pulls CDBG Funds from Westchester

Housing and Urban Development has pulled more than $4 million of federal funding from approved community development block grant (CDBG) projects in Westchester after it rejected the county’s Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice. The analysis, submitted by the

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Konig Throws Hat into Ring; Seeks to Replace Legislator Burton

Republican Susan Konig has declared her intentions to run for Westchester County Legislator in the 9th District. Konig will be running against Democratic Ossining Town Supervisor Catherine Borgia, who announced her candidacy last week. Konig unsuccessfully ran in 2009, losing

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