Hoa Nguyen, The Journal News

Hoa Nguyen

The Journal News

Brookhaven, NY, United States

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Past articles by Hoa:

Judge OKs sale of Mt. Kisco A&P to Stop&Shop

The A&P in Mount Kisco can begin transforming itself into a Stop&Shop, a bankruptcy court judge ruled Friday. → Read More

End of the A&P era begins

End of an era with the closing of the A&P in Greenburgh, to reopen as an ACME. → Read More

Yankees country or Mets country?

Find on the map where you live and to mark that spot: right-click on the map if you are using a desktop or tap and hold on mobile devices to bring up the team selection. → Read More

A&P: 5 local stores sold, 8 back on auction block

Five local stores have been successfully auctioned while another eight remain unsold, A&P lawyers said Monday. → Read More

lohud readers sound off on top crash zones

Find on the map where you believe is a signal dead zone. To mark that spot, right click on the map if you are using a desktop or tap and hold on mobile devices to bring up the submission form. Fill out the fields, select 'Submit' and you're done. → Read More

Local union announces Pathmark auction results

The Port Chester Pathmark will be sold to Key Food while the one at 1757 Central Park Ave. in Yonkers, goes to "real estate entities," union says. → Read More

Mt. Kisco A&P sells for $25 million: Sources

Stop & Shop has purchased A&P's most profitable store, a Mount Kisco location, for $25 million, sources said. → Read More

A&P: Sale of 95 stores to net in excess of $373M

A&P will receive in excess of $373 million for the sale of 95 stores to Acme Markets and Stop & Shop Supermarket approved by a bankruptcy court judge on Monday. → Read More

Acme pulls out of buying 4 local A&P stores

The sale of 70 A&P stores to Acme Markets and 24 others to Stop & Shop are expected to be finalized Monday but the fate of other stores remain unknown → Read More

Ossining police ID homicide victim, arrest suspect

OSSINING A 27-year-old man has been charged in the death of a man whose stabbed body was found by a jogger on the south side of Route 133 last month, police said Saturday. → Read More

Lotto-winning ex-priest charged with sex crime

A former priest who won more than $1 million in the lottery 30 years ago is being held in Putnam County Jail, charged with a sex crime, records show. → Read More

Cops: Child lived near 3 pythons, 8 other snakes

Three pythons and eight boa constrictors kept in unsecured plastic storage boxes had to be removed from a Cortlandt home earlier this week after officials found a child living in the residence and the owner lacking the permits needed to possess the s → Read More

Suspect in shooting near New Rochelle daycare faces federal charge

A felon from Mount Vernon who ran from police Tuesday after he was identified as a possible suspect in an earlier shooting → Read More

Mount Vernon fire destroys home, spreads to neighbor

Construction crews working on a home on Union Avenue heard an explosion right before a ferocious fire broke out that decimating the house and severely damaging another home, officials said. → Read More

Britany Mastropolo, of Yorktown, struck, killed by vehicle in Valhalla

MOUNT PLEASANT — A 26-year-old Yorktown woman who was struck by a vehicle Friday in Valhalla has died from her injuries, officials said. → Read More

Yonkers police lieutenant dies at 38

YONKERS — A 38-year-old city-raised police lieutenant who spent nearly half of his life working in the department, including at Ground Zero, died of brain cancer on the eve of the Sept. 11 terrorist attackanniversary of the Sept. → Read More

Broken pipe leads to room to collapse in Dobbs Ferry home

A broken pipe caused a Dobbs Ferry home's foundation wall and part the home itself to collapse on Friday night. → Read More

Winston A. Ross, acclaimed civil rights activist, dies at 73

Winston A. Ross, the former NAACP leader who played an important role in the Yonkers desegregation case, has died of natural causes. He was 73. → Read More

Eastchester felon sentenced on child porn charge

An Eastchester man with a criminal past, including a drug conviction, will spend at least three years in state prison on child pornography charges. → Read More

Bankruptcy court judge issues bumping rights, severance pay ruling

Both parties have been embroiled in negotiations on whether workers will retain bumping rights, allowing the supermarkets' most senior workers to keep their jobs. Also at issue is whether A&P will pay workers full severance. → Read More