Scrap metal thieves have jeopardized the safety of Orange & Rockland utility workers, authorities say.
There’s certainly an attraction to the Clarkstown, New York, parks, pools and manicured fields, but some residents complain the town parks are being overrun by out-of-towners.
Meanwhile on Long Island, Nassau County officials are urging people to report potholes using the “Nassau Now” mobile app.
As Mother Nature belts the Tri-State Area with snowstorm after snowstorm, some municipalities are draining their budgets to clean up the mess.
Skip Vezzetti, Rockland’s superintendent of highways, said this winter seem to be falling in line with recent years, when the county has spent $300,000 to $400,000 for salt and other melting supplies.
A skunk in Clarkstown has tested positive for rabies after coming into contact with a dog belonging to an area resident, Rockland County health officials said Wednesday.
A Rockland county gas station clerk refused to become a victim when two robbers stormed in and demanded cash.
A newborn baby girl had some surprises in store, not only for her mother but for an unexpected aunt.
A Clarkstown police dispatcher was being hailed as a hero Saturday, after guiding over the phone a woman as her sister-in-law birth.
The site has been acquired by the owners of Ask.com, whose chief executive, Doug Leeds, says the focus is ensuring a safer and more enjoyable experience for users.
Up to 18 inches of snow could fall on parts of Putnam and Rockland counties. Lesser amounts, between 6 to 10 inches, are expected in Westchester.
The Shops at Nanuet will feature a Fairway market, 24 Hour Fitness and a Regal movie theater in addition to the anchor stores of Sears and Macy’s.
On the attack against cyberbullying, concerned parents in Clarkstown have been calling police and school officials after some recent anonymous online postings.
It’s hard to fathom the weight of one of the big plow trucks full of salt until you’re in the passenger seat, which is where WCBS 880 reporter Alex Silverman got to be Friday morning.
‘Better updates? Sign me up!’ That’s what people in Clarkstown are saying after what they experienced during superstorm Sandy, and the town has followed through.