A former NFL player-turned-high school health teacher and assistant football coach was arrested Friday for assaulting the same student twice — and promptly resigned, police said. Sheddrick Wilson, 44, who played wide receiver at LSU and for the Houston Oilers, allegedly assaulted the 16-year-old at Archbishop Stepinac HS during two separate occasions, court records show. Sometime in January or February 2017 while Wilson was teaching health class at the prestigious White Plains school, he ordered the victim, known only as “JM” in court papers, to the front of the classroom and asked him to remove his glasses, records show. Wilson...
The editor of the New York newspaper that created a furor by publishing the names and addresses of gun-permit owners suddenly is out of a job. According to the Rockland Times, a competitor to the Gannett-owned Rockland County Journal News, editor Caryn McBride is among the casualties of a recent purge at the Journal News. The report said 17 journalists were among a total of 26 staff members at the Journal News who were let go. It was the Journal News that in 2012 published the names and addresses of all gun owners in Westchester and Rockland counties under the...
Amtrak announced a $151 billion improvement plan on Monday that includes 37-minute trips from New York to Philadelphia at speeds approaching 220 miles per hour (354 km per hour). However, the U.S. passenger railroad will need substantial financial support from both state and federal governments to make its ambitious plan to transform rail travel in the Northeast a reality. The railroad predicted that super-fast train trips along the East Coast could be a reality by 2040. Travel times from New York to either Washington or Boston—both about 200 miles (350 km) in distance—would also be slashed, to 94 minutes, the...
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) -- The mayor of one of New York City's largest suburbs resigned Friday, two months after his conviction on domestic violence charges brought by his wife. White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley, who is appealing, said he realized he needs more time to spend on personal matters than a mayor can afford.
<p>NORTH WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.</p>
<p>There’s always been a forlorn tale about history slipping away in the Miller House, a farmhouse where George Washington slept and plotted strategy during the Battle of White Plains in 1776.</p>
<p>Elijah Miller and two of his sons died in the war. Anne Miller died in 1819. The house was restored and opened to the public in 1918. snip...Ms. Hohl doubts it will last another winter. The county’s plan was to raise $1.2 million to fix and restore the building and $600,000 or so more in private money to move it to a more accessible spot on county parkland near the Kensico Dam.</p>
A disbarred lawyer who lived three doors down from the Clintons and was down to $300 in his bank account executed his wife of 30 years to collect her nearly $900,000 life insurance policy, a prosecutor said Friday.
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. - A suburban parking official is threatening to auction off a Marine Corps recruiter's car tied to nearly $5,000 in unpaid tickets, part of what the city claims is the Corps' roughly $94,000 tab. "We've tried to be reasonable, but all we've been getting is the run-around," Parking Commissioner Albert Moroni said. The car will be put up for sale in September unless the fines are paid, he said. The vehicle, bearing U.S. government license plates and a Marine Corps decal, was parked in a city garage without payment, according to Moroni. It has racked up 94...
Parking Garage Murder Suspect: 'I Wanted To Kill Someone White' By Eyewitness News' Tim Fleischer (White Plains, Westchester County -WABC, July 5, 2005) — The frightening motive behind a murder was revealed in court today when prosecutors played a videotaped confession from the man charged with stabbing a woman inside the Galleria parking garage. A chilling confession on videotape by Phillip Grant played out on videotape during a felony hearing here in White Plains City Court. In his own words he said he was in a race war when he allegedly stabbed a legal secretary to death. Arriving in court...
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<p>WHITE PLAINS — Sen. Charles Schumer today announced the U.S. Department of Justice would examine the problem of underage drinking in Westchester County.</p>
<p>Speaking at a news conference in White Plains, Schumer said the department's Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention would review the current array of programs in Westchester to combat teen-drinking, then make recommendations.</p>
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