For shoppers in Rockland County, today marks the official end of an era as the Nanuet Mall closed its doors for redevelopment.
In Germonds Park in Clarkstown, it’s a snapshot of what’s going on across the region.
Clarkstown Police are looking into claims that students riding a bus to New York City for a cruise on homecoming night became violently ill because of drinking.
A couple of nights ago, when a bear wandered through the streets of Nyack, residents were not warned.
Clarkstown police are searching for a man who they believe held up the Palisades Federal Credit Union in Nanuet on Friday morning.
The Nanuet Mall is a ghost town. The stores are empty and the food court is bare.
Clarkstown police detective sergeant Tim O’Neil says one of the teens is still in intensive care after smoking “AM-HI-CO Atomic Bomb.”
To combat speeding and reckless driving in Clarkstown, “Operation Slowdown” was put into place.
The core of the issue has to do with property taxes, and the services they get in return. Upper Nyack village officials are wondering: are they getting their money’s worth?
Wild animals have been struggling to survive this harsh winter as nature’s bounty remains buried under hard-packed ice and snow leaving their major source of food, such as nuts and seeds, out of reach.
With all the ice, snow, salt, plowing, freezing and thawing this winter, road craters are opening up all over.
It was called too urban, too political, and too loud.
With storm after storm after storm, towns across the Tri-State are taking one beating after another with salt supplies low and machinery getting used everyday. Clarkstown, however, is pulling through this winter despite the obstacles.
It’s not just the police who want the drivers to slow down in Clarkstown.
Clarkstown and the State DOT are hosting an overview meeting on Tuesday to discuss the Tappan Zee Bridge-I-287 Corridor Project.