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Police responded to Secor Road and Ivy Place July 12 on a report of a damaged car. The caller said while she was driving past a construction site at the corner of Ivy Place, a rock landed on her car, denting her hood on the passenger side. She said debris from the rock caused smaller dents. …

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Commissioners of the Greenville Fire District pushed back against claims made in a new complaint filed by Formation-Shelbourne Senior Living Services in Westchester Supreme Court in March, asserting that the developer’s newest legal action was a strategic litigation against public participat…

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An E. Hartsdale Avenue resident July 10 told police she lost her diamond and yellow gold engagement ring valued at $5,260 sometime in the last 24 hours. She said she remembered taking the ring off inside her apartment, but she said she might have lost it while walking in her neighborhood. Sh…

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An Andrea Lane resident told police July 1 he was twice victimized in a phone scam. The trouble started when he received what turned out to be a fraudulent alert from eBay regarding a refund owed him. He spoke to “Jason” and “Ian,” two men he believed were company representatives. While spea…

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An Andrea Lane resident called police June 21 to report that he was a victim of fraud after receiving an email from someone whom he thought was his boss. He said he was deceived by the email because his boss’s name was at the top of the email. He followed instructions to call a number and th…

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Patrol discovered an open rear door to a business on S. Central Avenue June 15 in the early hours of the morning when the business was closed for the night. A perimeter was secured and dispatch was notified to send additional units to check the exterior and interior. The business was entered…

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Incumbent Paul Feiner defeated challenger Tasha Young in the Democratic primary for Greenburgh town supervisor on June 22. He will be unopposed in the general election in November. Feiner, 65, received 3,343 votes while Young, 49, received 2,235. Feiner has been town supervisor since 1991. Y…

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The Greenburgh Police Department issued a statement June 14 that it received reports of lawn signs being removed. The signs had been posted to show support for candidates running for Greenburgh town supervisor in the Democratic primary election. Police reminded the public that removing signs…

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Incumbent Paul Feiner and challenger Tasha Young, who both want the Democratic Party’s nomination for Greenburgh town supervisor, participated in an online forum sponsored by the Rivertowns League of Women Voters on June 2.

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A W. Hartsdale Avenue resident June 1 went to police headquarters to report a phone call he received from a caller who said he’d won $1.6 million in the Pot of Gold Sweepstakes and someone would be coming over in a couple of hours to bring him a check. The man said he recognized the call as …

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Construction of the 1,000-foot concrete sidewalk from the Ardsley and Highland roads Bee-Line bus stop behind Greenville Elementary School to the Fort Hill Road intersection was completed on May 26.

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A chimney fire at Granita Cucina & Bar restaurant at 202 E. Hartsdale Ave. was quickly extinguished Tuesday, May 25. The fire was reported shortly after 9 p.m. and was under control in less than an hour. The Hartsdale Fire Department was assisted by Greenville, Fairview and Scarsdale fir…

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A man who stole $159.81 worth of groceries from ShopRite May 17 on S. Central Avenue was reported by the store’s loss prevention officer after the fact when the man was seen on video footage putting items in his cart and then leaving the store, bypassing all points of sale. The thief was wea…

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An Old Colony Road resident reported May 11 he was the victim of identity theft after being informed by the New York Department of Labor someone made an employment claim using his name. He never made a claim. Police advised him how to fill out the fraudulent claim paperwork on the Department…

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The town of Greenburgh has agreed to pay $9.5 million to settle a 2016 federal housing discrimination lawsuit from S&R Development Estates. S&R has sought to build multifamily housing on the 2.3-acre property at 1 Dromore Road since 2006.

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Numerous residents turned to social media to vent among one another after receiving letters in April about the assessed values of their homes, some of which were higher than expected. The letters were from Tyler Technologies, the firm hired by the town of Greenburgh, which collects taxes for…

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A woman contacted police to report her wallet disappeared from inside her purse while she was shopping at Trader Joe’s May 7 on N. Central Avenue. While talking to police, she received a phone notification from her credit card issuer that someone was using her debit card at Neiman Marcus in …

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A full 19,500 linear feet. That’s how much sanitary sewer pipe would need to be installed to connect 185 households in Hartsdale’s Ridge and Topland roads area to the town’s sewer system. The proposal, which is still in the community outreach stages, is estimated to cost residents in the new…

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Construction is underway on Ardsley Road in Edgemont where a private contractor hired by the town is building a 1,000-foot concrete sidewalk from the Ardsley and Highland roads Bee-Line bus stop behind Greenville Elementary School to the Fort Hill Road intersection.

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Carolyn Warmus was convicted of murdering Betty Jean Solomon, wife of her lover, Greenville Elementary School teacher Paul Solomon, in 1992. But after two sensational trials — the first ended in a hung jury — and 27 years in prison, Warmus has never stopped proclaiming her innocence.

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Police went to a parking lot on S. Central Avenue April 28 after receiving a call from a woman who said someone broke the passenger side window of her parked car and took some of her belongings. Police say three additional larcenies involving a car window broken and things taken were reporte…

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The superintendent of a building on Campus Place April 20 told police three tenants in the building have been pushing letters under all the tenants’ doors complaining about the co-op board with information for getting board members kicked out. The letters were not signed but there was a cont…

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On the heels of the town of Greenburgh’s pioneering COVID Angels volunteer initiative, which helped thousands of vulnerable seniors and other Westchester County residents secure vaccine appointments, town officials have announced the launch of #VaxUpWestchester.

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The virtual face-off April 12 between town supervisor candidates Paul Feiner, a three-decade incumbent, and challenger Tasha Young, wasn’t framed as a debate. The event’s sponsor, a student-run activist organization called the Westchester Youth Congress, had provided questions in advance, al…

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An Ardsley Road resident told police April 12 she discovered a delinquent account on a credit report stating she owes $90,000 to the Bank of America. She contacted the bank but they refused to talk to her after she was unable to answer security questions. She did succeed in obtaining an addr…

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Police went to Sprain Valley Road April 10 after midnight on a report of two males looking inside cars parked in private driveways while a third male waited in a yellow Jeep. Two males were stopped on Sprain Valley Road in a yellow Jeep Renegade. Police quickly determined the Jeep was confir…

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The New York chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) is suing the town of Greenburgh for $10 million, alleging the town pressured the chapter into selling the Revolutionary-era Odell House in Hartsdale.

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Members of the Hartsdale Neighbors Association met with the new leadership of the Greenburgh’s Department of Public Works on April 6 to hear plans for infrastructure projects in Hartsdale, including Four Corners revitalization, sidewalk construction on N. Washington Avenue and an update on t…

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In the wake of the Feb. 18 convention during which neither town supervisor candidate received the more than 50% of the vote necessary to be endorsed by the Greenburgh Democratic Committee, there will be a primary election on June 22.

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Police responded to a Dalewood Drive residence March 30 and met with Tierra Duquesne who had just been in a car accident. She said she was driving a car with temporary Texas registration when she lost control going around a curve and crashed into two cars parked in a Dalewood Drive driveway.…

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Police responded to a report of a 17-year-old female struck by a car at a residence on Boulder Ridge Road March 23. On arrival, police saw the teen sitting in the driveway; she was alert and conscious and able to answer questions but was holding her right leg in a bent position. There was a …

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While monitoring speed on N. Central Avenue March 15 patrol saw two BMWs, one black, one white, speeding southbound. Police heard the drivers rev the engines in a coordinated drag race. The race continued south in the area of S. Central and W. Hartsdale avenues at which point the officer act…

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Edgemont residents Betsy and Tom McCormack will receive this year's Edgemont Community Council (ECC) Silver Bowl Award for distinguished community service.

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To consider a proposal that’s been a decade in the making, the Greenburgh Town Board held a public hearing on March 10 to gauge public sentiment on a draft proposal from the Conservation Advisory Council (CAC) to limit the use of gas- and electric-powered leaf blowers, banning them outright …

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Two New York City men were arrested March 15 and charged with Illegal Speed Contest after Greenburgh police saw them drag racing on N. Central Park Avenue, headed southbound, during a targeted speed enforcement. After unsuccessfully attempting to catch up with the speed racers, police stoppe…

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After the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers in May of last year, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued an executive order that required all municipal police departments in the state to consult with community stakeholders to create a plan and implement recommendations to revi…

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Police received a package March 3 from a real estate listing agent for a recently sold house on Beechwood Road. Prior to the sale, the house was vacant for about a year. According to police, the package contained multiple letters from the Department of Labor addressed to multiple recipients’…

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An E. Hartsdale Avenue resident told police Feb. 22 an unknown party hacked into her accounts and locked her out of her devices, including her cellphone. She said earlier that day she got a message from Verizon informing her that her cellphone was “authenticated by an alternative method.” Sh…

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Neither incumbent Paul Feiner nor newcomer Tasha Young received enough votes to garner an endorsement from the Greenburgh Democratic Committee last week when district leaders met virtually to choose who to back in the primary on June 22.

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A 99-year-old E. Hartsdale Avenue woman told police Feb. 15 a motorcycle business located in Iowa advised her of a $450 purchase she’s alleged to have made. After speaking with an employee of that business, the purchase was canceled. The woman is not out any money. She was advised by the mot…

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A Fieldstone Drive man came to police headquarters Feb. 8 to report identity theft. He said he got a new pin number in the mail for a debit card he knew nothing about and was told when he went to the bank that issued the card someone opened a debit account using his name and Social Security …

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A detective in an unmarked car saw a Honda Civic rear-end another car stopped at the N. Central and W. Hartsdale avenues intersection on Feb. 5. The Honda then reversed, drove around the other car, and turned right on to W. Hartsdale. A traffic stop was conducted and the driver was identifie…

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A Hawthorne Way resident Jan. 25 went to police headquarters to report identity theft. The man said his employer, a large media concern, notified him an unemployment benefits package was received by the human resources department, but was filed fraudulently in his name. He told police he is …

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Four New York State Appellate Court justices heard oral arguments Feb. 2 for the appeal of Edgemont’s second incorporation petition. The justices’ eventual decision could spell a new chapter for proponents and opponents of incorporation, who have been embattled over the hamlet’s ability to h…

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The town board voted Jan. 27 to form an ad hoc advisory committee to develop a local law that would regulate battery energy storage systems (BESS) and define where they can be constructed. The resolution comes on the heels of the planning board’s appeal of the Greenburgh building inspector’s…

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After championing but failing to convince a majority of the town board to pass a resolution on the matter last February, Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner is revitalizing his effort to recommend that the state legislature allow the town board to modify the Hartsdale Public Parking Distr…

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Police returned to ShopRite on S. Central Avenue Jan. 25 on a report of a man not wearing a mask, yelling and coughing on people. On arrival, the man was identified outside the store while he was in the company of a man who said he was a relative. The manager brought to police multiple peopl…