October 7, 2010 RSS feed / General Stories

Carmel Man Uses Bat as Punishment

A 19-year-old Carmel man who reportedly became enraged last summer after his vehicle was pelted with eggs and took the law into his own hands is now facing felony charges of criminal mischief for attacking the perpetrator’s vehicle with a base More...

CARMEL MEETINGS THIS WEEK

Tue Oct. 19 7pm Carmel Fire Dest. Public Hearing Carmel Fire Dist. Comm. Building More...

Several Locals to Face Drug Use Charges

Illegal drug use and abuse is on the rise in the greater Carmel-Mahopac area resulting in the arrests of a number of individuals in recent days. More...

Mahopac Man Charged with Larceny

A Mahopac man formerly employed at the A-Plus Mini Market in Jefferson Valley is facing larceny charges when he appears later this month in Yorktown Town Court. More...

Former Cop’s Arrest Gives Brewster a Black Eye

A former member of the Brewster Village Police Department currently serving as the village’s Code Enforcement Officer has given Brewster a “black eye.” More...

Brewster Man Accused of Injuring Yonkers Cop

Following a traffic stop on the Saw Mill River Parkway a 39-year-old Brewster man is facing a lengthy state prison term for allegedly injuring a police officer in Yonkers Kevin Ferris was arrested on charges of felony assault, reckless endangermen More...

CORRECTION

In “Brewster Theater: To Be or Not to Be” (September 23), we reported that the renovation of the Old Town Hall in Southeast into a theater would cost each resident $36 annually. More...

Machete-Wielding Lake Carmel Man Jailed

Following his arrest by White Plains Police, a machete-wielding resident of Lake Carmel is cooling his heels at the Westchester County Jail on numerous felony charges. More...

Mahopac Husband, Wife Saved from Fire

A Mahopac couple is lucky to be alive but thanks to the heroics of members of the Carmel Police Department and Mahopac Fire Department, Roy and Linda Cairns escaped their burning home unscathed. More...

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