Jojo John of Nyack pleaded not guilty at his arraigned Wednesday in Rockland County Court. The charges include vehicular manslaughter and operating a vessel under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
The driver of a boat that crashed into a barge on the Hudson River, killing a bride-to-be and her groom’s best man, had a blood-alcohol level of .15, nearly twice the legal limit, authorities said Thursday.
The easiest way to see leaves, of course, is to find a copse or thicket and just look up – but what’s the fun in that?
The storm has left some people haggling with insurance companies and spending small fortunes to repair or raise their homes.
New Yorkers who see a low flying airplane along the Hudson River on Wednesday morning will have no need to panic.
The new lighting plan will more clearly distinguish the channel from the bridge and make it easier for vessels to pass through the construction zone, the Coast Guard said.
The Hudson River site has been busy with pre-construction activity for months, with crews building platforms and dredging.
Authorities said the toxicology report, which hasn’t been made public, supports their investigation and should lead to an indictment in the summer’s fatal Hudson River barge collision.
Judah Schiller, founder of the BayCycle Project, became the first person Thursday to pedal his way across the Hudson River on a bike.
The incident happened shortly before 8 a.m. Tuesday on a bike path along the Hudson River near West 59th Street.
Kim’s body was found just a few miles from Cold Spring, where the manhunt for him had been under way after a deadly shooting on Long Island last week.
The aircraft will fly south for approximately 15 minutes before departing to the west, back to Sky Manor Airport.
The bike path along the Hudson River is popular with New Jersey bikers who even though it’s dark take the route and cross the George Washington Bridge to get home at night.
Labor Day is a day meant to salute the American worker and this year it gave New Yorkers a different look at Manhattan where the streets and sights were without their usual massive crowds.
A service for Lindsey Stewart of Piermont was held Thursday at the church in Pearl River where she would have been married Aug. 10.