Christopher J. Eberhart, The Journal News

Christopher J. Eberhart

The Journal News

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Past articles by Christopher:

9/11 jeopardized first responders' health. Nearly 20 years later, COVID brought new risks.

For those who risked their life and health during and after 2001 attacks, the threat of the coronavirus was magnified by vulnerabilities and the echo of trauma. → Read More

DMX in White Plains Hospital after apparent heart attack in Westchester home

The hip-hop star initially needed to be put on life support. "We are concerned," his lawyer said. → Read More

Police lawsuit: 'Your Yonkers ghetto doesn’t add up to my Eastchester professional'

“Your Yonkers ghetto doesn’t add up to my Eastchester professional,” the officer's lieutenant told him in 2014, according to the lawsuit. → Read More

Yonkers man shoots at police on Livingston Avenue

A man barricaded himself inside an apartment on Saturday afternoon. → Read More

Yonkers fentanyl overdoses: 1 dead, another in 'grave condition'

One person died and another is in "grave condition" after overdosing on a tainted batch of fentanyl-laced cocaine in Yonkers on Thursday, police said. → Read More

Murder of Gabriella Boyd: Court dismisses dad's lawsuit

"We are disappointed, frustrated and a little angry," Stephen Boy's lawyer said. "We believe the decision is flawed on many levels." → Read More

Yonkers Alamo Drafthouse future clouded in uncertainty after bankruptcy filing

Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas agreed to "the sale of substantially all its assets" after the company filed for bankruptcy Wednesday. → Read More

Momentum builds as more people of color get the COVID-19 vaccine: 'We're chipping away'

About 12,000 people have signed up for about 25,000 available appointments at Yonkers' vaccine site after the first two days, according to officials. → Read More

Yonkers vaccine site: Details to get an appointment and how to get to the site

Appointments can be made through the New York state website or the vaccine hotline at 1-833-697-4829. → Read More

Mass-vaccine site will first be open to 7 Yonkers and Mount Vernon zip codes

Appointments can be made through the New York state website or the vaccine hotline at 1-833-697-4829. → Read More

Firefighters battle 2-alarm house fire in Mamaroneck

Smoke and flames were seen shooting from the roof of the Louise Avenue home. → Read More

'A big boost:' Yonkers' mass-vaccine site intended to help people of color

Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano said the vaccine site will be "in the right spot on the west part of the city with the highest density." → Read More

FBI believes Westchester child pornography suspect has victims across the country

The FBI is asking anyone with information about Jose Zafra, or believe they may have been a victim or know a victim, to call the FBI at 1-800-225-5324. → Read More

Rapper Casanova gets in trouble in Westchester County Jail for TikTok challenge

Casanova was slapped with internal charges after a woman recorded him accepting the #junebugchallenge during a video visitation. → Read More

COVID-19 vaccine scams: How to spot them and what to do

Here are some tips to avoid COVID-19 vaccine scams. → Read More

Tips and resources to stay safe in the cold

This weekend is going to be the coldest one of the winter, according to forecasters. → Read More

Massive water main break overflowing on New Rochelle train tracks

A massive water of water is flooding the northbound side of the New Rochelle train tracks after a water main break on Bridge Street, which slightly buckled. → Read More

Fentanyl: Killing in COVID-19's shadow; how Hudson Valley has been hurt

“In the shadow of COVID deaths lurks a health epidemic that never left, fentanyl overdose deaths,” DEA Special Agent in Charge Ray Donovan said. → Read More

Man charged with attempted murder in West Nyack Fire Department brawl

Jerry Blanc was arrested after two people were stabbed in an altercation at the West Nyack Fire Department Rental Hall. → Read More

COVID-19 in New York prisons: 'Positivity numbers represent a system on fire'

Six inmates died from the coronavirus since Dec. 14, according to Alexander Horwitz, executive director of New Yorkers United for Justice. → Read More