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Bernardo Anor had a goal and an assist in his first career start for Columbus and the Crew defeated the Houston Dynamo 2-0 on Saturday night...Anor put the game away in the 77th minute on a goal off a rebound of his own shot. He got a pass from Tommy
European Marc Turnesa will mark the 46th time a family member has played in the United States Open when he tees off at Congressional this week. Turnesa, 33, a journeyman who played his way into the field by shooting 69 and 67 in a qualifier in
The proposed property tax cap, which must be approved by the State Legislature, is aimed at reversing the economic decline that has characterized many parts of the state outside of New York City. It also seeks to curb soaring property tax bills in
Deborah Baker is a serious biographer who specializes in fairly crazy writers. Her study of the poet Laura Riding, who survived a suicide attempt in 1929, during her 14-year menage-a-trois with Robert Graves and his wife, was a Pulitzer finalist.
Fill me in on how the market is doing in Westchester: John Barnes, Reckson senior vice-president: Well, we're starting to see some movement in the Westchester market in a positive direction. One of the indicators for Westchester County is the White
In recent years, the outer office markets of the tri-state areaLong Island, northern New Jersey, Westchester County and Connecticut's Fairfield Countyhave provided refuge for companies looking to flee Manhattan, whether because of 9/11 or
Local governments here in well-to-do Westchester County are being overwhelmed by property tax appeals, driven by a growing industry of companies seeking reductions in homeowners' bills in exchange for a share of their savings. The record-setting
The seven-member board of the Katonah-Lewisboro School District in northern Westchester unanimously approved a five-year contract for the superintendent, Paul R. Kreutzer, at a public meeting Tuesday night at John Jay High School in Cross River.
A 'smut list' that labelled high school students sluts across wealthy communities in New York and Connecticut has sparked local police investigations after going viral. School officials in Westchester, New York and Greenwich, Connecticut are working
The owner of Rite-Buy Wine and Liquor in Nyack, N.Y. reports losing about $1,600 worth of goods as a customer sweeps her arm through a display leaving te store. The owners son, Chris Giacopelli, states the broken bottles included some