Terence Corcoran, The Journal News

Terence Corcoran

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Waterbury, CT, United States

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Past articles by Terence:

Mahopac man used stolen credit card in Yorktown, cops say

Suspect, 20, bought gas at Yorktown station with stolen card, police say → Read More

North Salem rollover remains a mystery, troopers say

Car rolls over Sunday night but no one at crash scene; owner reports car stolen → Read More

Bedford's new police chief is county's 1st Hispanic top cop

Melvin Padilla, appointed interim Bedford police chief, is Westchester's first Hispanic police chief. → Read More

Chappaqua school bus catches fire, burns

A fire that ignited in a small school bus Sunday at the Chappaqua, N.Y., school bus lot may be related to the vehicle's alarm system. → Read More

Pelham man seeking plea deal in drug smuggling case

A Pelham man charged with smuggling illegal chemicals into the country continues to try to negotiate a resolution to his case, federal court records show. Daren Lee Moshe, 22, of 1101 Hunter Ave., was arrested Oct. 3 near a UPS store in White Plains by federal agents after he picked up three packages. Authorities said Moshe believed they contained chemicals used to replicate the… → Read More

Mount Kisco cops conduct alcohol compliance checks

Kisco cops visit 34 license establishments, find no violations → Read More

2 arrested at Somers massage parlor after cops visit

Defendants gave massages without license, cops say → Read More

Interstate 84 truck ban: Truckers weigh in

Gov. Andrew Cuomo banned trucks and tractor-trailers from the entire length of Interstate 84 in New York during snowstorm. → Read More

Missing man: Cortlandt 85-year-old last seen Monday

A search is on for an 85-year-old Cortlandt man with early onset dementia who left his home around noon Monday and has not been seen since, state police said. Michael Ward is described as white, 5' 9' tall, 130 pounds with gray hair and blue eyes, police said Tuesday. He may be in need of medication. → Read More

Snow forecast Westchester Rockland Putnam

A fall nor'easter is expected to dump 3 to 6 inches of snow on the Lower Hudson Valley Wednesday on one of the busiest travels days of the year. → Read More

Yonkers woman in DWI bust impersonated sister, troopers say

State police said a Yonkers woman tried to pass herself off as her sister during weekend arrest for drunken driving to avoid having a police record. → Read More

Metro-North Railroad New Haven Line delays

New Haven Line service heading to Grand Central Terminal was being delayed from five to 10 minutes Monday morning because of a signal problem near New Rochelle. → Read More

Winds cause scattered power outages, down some trees Monday

Scattered outages reported in Lower Hudson Valley; trees felled in Westchester → Read More

Westchester firefighters head to Buffalo to help remove snow

55 firefighters leave from Yonkers, may be there 1 week → Read More

Port Chester crash victim IDed; girl remains hospitalized

Rye Brook teen dies in Port Chester crash; girl, 16, remains hospitalized → Read More

Port Chester man charged with unemployment fraud

PORT CHESTER – A village man fraudulently collected more than $7,000 in unemployment compensation while working a job, state police said. Osvaldo Lopez, 33, of Port Chester was arrested Thursday and charged with third-degree grand larceny and first-degree offering a false instrument for filing, felonies, police said. Police said he collected the money between July and November 2012 while working… → Read More

Bandit on bicycle holds up stores in Peekskill, Ossining

A man who robbed a Peekskill convenience store here Thursday night after showing the clerk a gun then fleeing on a bicycle may also have committed similar heist in Ossining about an hour later, police said. → Read More

Southeast station parking land: MTA ordered to pay millions

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority must pay millions for 51 acres it seized to expand parking at the Southeast, N.Y., train station, an appeals court ruled. → Read More

Hever Latona of Elmsford killed on Saw Mill Parkway

Hever Latona, 42, of Elmsford, N.Y., was the man struck and killed by a car Wednesday night while crossing the Saw Mill River Parkway in Dobbs Ferry. → Read More

Bill Cosby Tarrytown Music Hall shows still on despite sex-abuse allegations

Comedian Bill Cosby's scheduled Dec. 6 shows at the Tarrytown (N.Y.) Music Hall are still on despite sex abuse allegations against him. → Read More