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.
Now that spring is officially here, it won’t be long before a new batch of local maple syrup will start showing up at roadside stands all across the Hudson Valley.
For the fewer than 300 in attendance, what a treat it was to hear Simon and Williams perform together. The set list included “Mrs. Robinson,” “The Boxer” and “Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard.”
A chemical mishap in a high school science lab Tuesday sent more than two dozen people to hospitals to be checked out, and forced the evacuation of the school for the rest of the day.
For those north of New York City, life is still not normal since superstorm Sandy hit on Monday. Many are without power and some can’t drink the water.
In the Hudson Valley, it’s that time of year – fall foliage, apple-picking, and of course, stink bugs.
A new kind of pet rescue is designed to help owners feed their pets when difficult financial times make it hard to pay for food.
Rockland County has gone from having flat numbers when it comes to traveler spending to a jump in the past two years, WCBS 880’s Monica Miller reported.
Westchester County and Rockland County executives want mass transit support to be an essential part of the bridge.
Chances are, when you think of the Hudson Valley, apples come to mind.