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Read details of animal bites and wildlife encounters in Westchester, Rockland and Putnam in the table below.

Below are proposed premium rate adjustments for 2016 according to the Department of Financial Services. Requests include health plans sold to individuals and small groups, including on the Affordable Care Act state-run marketplace here: New...

The overuse of costly cardiac exams and surgeries has resulted in the investigation of more fraud cases involving multi-million dollar settlements, figures from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Inspector General shows...

Coronary stent procedures’ cost can vary widely among hospitals, but Medicare generally pays at least $15,000 per treatment, according to an analysis of 2012 federal data by The Journal News.

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New York’s nearly 700 school districts are proposing an average spending increase of 1.9 percent and a tax levy increase of 1.6 percent as they go out for a public vote on May 19, according to records released by the state Education Department....

Attendance at New York's state’s parks rose 3.2 percent in 2014, an increase of 1.9 million visitors compared to 2013. According to totals obtained by the Gannett Albany Bureau, overall attendance has increased by 4.5 million since 2009. The...

About 60 past and present NFL players are natives of Westchester, Rockland and Putnam counties.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has limited so-called pork barrel spending by state lawmakers since he took office, but some of it lives on. Millions of dollars for pet projects in lawmakers’ hometown districts continue to be doled out through unused pots of...

Thousands again refused to take this week's state math exams. Last week, more than 11,000 students across the lower Hudson Valley refused to sit for the English Language Arts exams.

New York sent out 2.3 million checks, valued at a total of $222 million, as part of Gov. Cuomo’s tax-freeze rebate program in 2014. Co-op owners received a flat payment, based on 60 percent of a school district’s average checks, regardless as...

Licensed caterers in Westchester and Rockland undergo regular inspections.

More than 11,000 students across the lower Hudson Valley have refused to take this year's student exams. Here are the latest week 1 results as voluntarily reported by districts. For a graphic view of the total number and percent of students who...

New York has become a national leader in tax breaks for the film industry. Here’s a list of the nearly 700 projects that have applied for and received tax credits since the film-tax-credit program started in 2004. Records were obtained by...

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