Concern over the shipment of volatile Bakken crude oil following an explosive and deadly wreck last summer in Quebec led to a federal order in May, requiring railroads to provide information to states.
The K-9 is named after police officer Joe Falcone, who was killed in the line of duty in February, 2011.
The planned 5,000 chicken-a-day kosher slaughterhouse in New Square, N.Y. is moving closer to approval nearly five years after its predecessor was closed down by federal inspectors.
Cold Springs, NY is the inspiration for the town of Verily in Jennifer Probst’s, “Searching for” series. Here is a weekend guide to Cold Springs written by Probst herself.
The derailment of a freight train pulling empty oil cars in upstate New York has raised concerns with environmental groups voicing opposition to the hauling of shale oil along the Hudson River.
The Pine Bush Central School District has been under investigation by state police and the state Division of Human Rights following a lawsuit filed by three local families who claim the school district tolerates the harassment of Jewish students.
Store owners in Westchester County and Hudson Valley said they are hurting from the lost day of holiday shopping that Saturday’s storm caused.
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?
In all, six kids who live in the small town of Highland in Ulster County have been diagnosed with childhood cancers in the past 20 months.
Leaves have begun to burst with color across the Tri-State Area, and people have been out in search of the most breathtaking views.
The Staten Island Advance reports that the birds will be transported upstate by the same U.S. Department of Agriculture unit that rounded up some of their brethren and sent them to a slaughterhouse last month.
This week, WLNY’s Toni Senecal took a trip up the Hudson River to Beacon.
If you feel you missed something, you’re not alone. Some regions couldn’t help but hear the 17-year cicada serenade, but others did not.
Airborne adventures aren’t for the faint of heart, of course, but there’s something special about being able to see the world from the vantage point of a bird. Read on for places that will take you up, up, up in New York City and beyond.
Stephan Hengst of BigGayHudsonValley.com said the aim of the conference is to work with vendors looking to attract gays and lesbians to do business across the state.