Summer Attire Can Be Transformed For Fall, Fashion Experts SaySummer is over, but there is no need to put away your favorite summer clothes.
Water Fountain With Excess Copper Leaves Staten Island Student SickA student at a New York City elementary school got sick after drinking water from one of the school’s fountains, and elevated levels of copper were found in the water.
New Yorkers Flock To Orchards In Search Of The Tri-State Area’s Tastiest ApplesIt's apple picking season in the tri-state area, and a number of orchards are boasting tasty crops this year thanks to lots of sunshine.
Monmouth County Students Chase World Lego Record In Honor Of Terminally Ill ClassmateTwo Monmouth County schools set out on Tuesday, to crush the world record for the longest Lego chain.
Tropical Storm Hermine To Bring Rough Surf, Wind & Rain To Tri-StateA tropical storm watch is now effect for New York City and Long Island as well as parts of the New Jersey and Connecticut coastlines.
Tropical Storm Hermine Barreling Toward Florida's Gulf Coast; Worries Mount About Tri-StateThe National Hurricane Center in Miami says Tropical Storm Hermine is gaining strength as it rumbles toward Florida's Gulf Coast.
Foliage Obscures Road Signs Along Highways In Westchester CountyWestchester County is known for its foliage, and many enjoy it in residential areas – but not necessarily along highways.
As Summer Ends, Parents Wonder How Young Is Too Young For A Child To Walk To SchoolShould you let your child walk to school without you? That is the question some parents are pondering as the school year approaches.
Parents, Students Prepare For Adjustment As College Move-In Day ArrivesMonday began move-in week for college students across the Tri-State Area – a time for excitement and anxiety as students begin or resume classes.
Hurricane Season Could Be Worse Than ExpectedThe peak of hurricane season has approached and it's expected to be more active than originally believed.
Meteorologist: New York City 'Could End Up With A Cold And Snowy Winter'Some New Yorkers are already looking ahead to winter as the oppressive heat and humidity stifle the area.
Tri-State Area Utilities Work To Meet High Power Demands During Extreme HeatAs sauna-like conditions continue for another day across the Tri-State area, utility companies are telling customers they're prepared to meet the higher demand for electricity.

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