From Westchester County to Dutchess County and beyond, New York City’s northern suburbs are still cleaning up from the torrential rains of Hurricane Irene.
Hurricane Irene has robbed the Hudson Valley of a beloved summer experience and threatens a historic park that stretches over the river.
With the economy still in a sorry state, more out-of-work professionals are chasing their dreams and turning them into second careers.
At the 166th Dutchess County Fair the emphasis will be on the best home-baked pie, the cows and baby pigs.
The economy may be in dire straights, but there is one industry in New York that is growing by leaps and bounds.
This is not your typical college application process.
WCBS 880′s Deborah Rodriguez spoke with language maven Ben Zimmer.
Ready! Set! Travel! (Right now, if possible.)
The marriage of Prince William and Princess Catherine, the Duke and Dutchess of Cambridge, was reason for celebration from one side of the pond to the other.
Families started to flock to Fred Battenfeld’s farm in Red Hook on Route 199 with handsaws at the ready Friday. It’s a tradition that goes back generations.
This is a story that goes from the opera stage in Europe to apple pie in Dutchess County.
Employers added the most jobs in five months in October, with the education and health care sectors leading the way.
A holiday celebration could be in trouble north of New York City.
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