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Past articles by David:

Westchester looks to reduce gas tax for drivers, eliminate bus fare for riders temporarily

The announcement from Westchester County Executive George Latimer comes after several other counties made the move to lessen the gas tax recently. → Read More

From Georgia to Yonkers: Inside the alleged gun trafficking scheme that led to a detective being shot

The exchange of gunfire Wednesday that nearly killed a Yonkers detective had its origins in a gun running plan from Georgia. → Read More

Video shows the moment Yonkers detective was shot inside Nodine Hill bodega

The video showed how a Yonkers police detective was shot during a shooting took place Wednesday at an Elm Street bodega. → Read More

Quick-thinking NYPD brother saved shot Yonkers detective's life: PBA president

Yonkers Detective Brian Menton was shot by a suspect in a bodega Wednesday afternoon. The PBA president says quick action likely saved his life. → Read More

Police shooting: Yonkers detective in critical condition, suspect killed

The incident took place in the area of Elm Street and Linden Street Wednesday afternoon, police said. → Read More

Neighbors concern growing over Osborn Senior Living campus growth plan

The Osborn has been a Rye institution for more than 100 years. But a proposed zoning change to allow it to expand has divided members of the community → Read More

New Rochelle mayor probed in ethics complaint over bid for commissioner job

The complaint alleges the New Rochelle city charter was violated by Mayor Noam Bramson when he explored being the next development commissioner. → Read More

Westchester County Center to stop COVID vaccine distribution and testing, Latimer says

The Westchester County Center has been a testing and vaccine distribution site for about three months after the state stopped using in the last year. → Read More

After absentee votes tallied, Tuckahoe Democrats sweep GOP in village election

The race between Democrat Nicole Engelbert and Republican Danny Lang was tied after election night, but absentees gave the edge to Engelbert. → Read More

Two candidates in Tuckahoe tied for trustee seat; Port Chester incumbents retain seats

Elections took place in six Westchester County villages Tuesday night, though most were uncontested. → Read More

Mamaroneck Democrats divided over endorsement of trustee facing workplace complaint

Democrats in the village of Mamaroneck have easily won elections in recent years following the 2016 election of President Donald Trump. → Read More

House Speaker Pelosi came to town for Rep. Jamaal Bowman and highlighted children's issues

The town hall in the Bronx comes as Bowman looks to defend his seat this year. → Read More

Chuck Strome to retire as New Rochelle city manager after decades with city

Strome started with New Rochelle in 1989 before he became city manager in 2002. He's expected to leave at the end of this year. → Read More

Westchester legislators push for law that mandates posting of pay ranges for jobs

The legislation would be in addition to a 2018 county law passed that prohibited companies asking job seekers how much they previously earned. → Read More

NY-Presbyterian buys White Plains office park on Platinum Mile, plans for outpatient care

The new facility would offer a wide array of outpatient care along Westchester Avenue in White Plains. → Read More

When New Rochelle was the COVID epicenter, this small Kentucky church reached out

New Rochelle and the city of Mt. Olivet, Kentucky, might not have much in common, but the two places will always share a COVID connection. → Read More

Luxury rental project to rise near White Plains train station, filling a gap after decades

The project calls for 500 residential units and 19,000 square feet of retail space. → Read More

As threat of Russian hackers grow, cybersecurity task force gets started in Westchester

The county task force would explore policies to best fend off cyber attacks in Westchester, Latimer says. → Read More

'We failed them'; School community seeks answers after New Rochelle fatal shooting of teen

Following the fatal Jan. 25 shooting of a New Rochelle teenager who was allegedly killed by another teenager, community members spoke out Tuesday. → Read More

Biaggi launches campaign for House seat that includes the Sound Shore, part of Long Island

Alessandra Biaggi took office in 2019 after she beat former state Sen. Jeff Klein in a Democratic primary. → Read More