8 Families Displaced By Fire From 251 Warburton Avenue
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YONKERS, NY — December 5, 2018 — Last night, at approximately 7:17pm, a one-alarm fire hid from view, spreading aggressively as it traversed the wall cavity from the 1st and 2nd floors to reach and spread onto the roof area. Sections of the wall and ceiling, and parts of the roof had to be opened by Yonkers Firefighters as they …

eHezi8 Families Displaced By Fire From 251 Warburton Avenue
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28 Families Displaced by Fire From 637 Van Cortlandt Park Avenue
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YONKERS, NY — December 2, 2018 — The fire at 637 Van Cortlandt Park Avenue was reported at 3:36pm, quickly escalating into a three-alarm. The ferocity of the flames was unrelenting but the main body of the fire was extinguished at 4:25pm. A Yonkers Firefighter rescued a female civilian stranded on the 4th floor of the building by pulling through …

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Eight Members and Associates of the Mount Vernon Goodies Street Gang Charged in Federal Court with Racketeering, Narcotics, and Firearms Offenses

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WHITE PLAINS, NY — October 21, 2017 — Joon H. Kim, the Acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Anthony A. Scarpino Jr., Westchester County District Attorney, and William F. Sweeney Jr., Assistant Director-in-Charge of the New York Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”), announced Friday, October 20th the unsealing of an Indictment charging …

eHeziEight Members and Associates of the Mount Vernon Goodies Street Gang Charged in Federal Court with Racketeering, Narcotics, and Firearms Offenses

Mayor Davis Vows Mount Vernon Will Not Be Held Hostage

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MOUNT VERNON, NY — In response to the latest fatal shooting in the city on Friday evening, April 6, 2012, Mayor Ernest D. Davis has called upon county and state authorities to work alongside the Mount Vernon Police Department. "We can't let people get the false impression that it's okay to think they can shoot to kill in our neighborhoods," …

eHeziMayor Davis Vows Mount Vernon Will Not Be Held Hostage