It’s tricky business trying to tame a tiger — the Asian tiger mosquito, that is. The daytime biting, disease-carrying vector first turned up in Rockland County last summer, and it’s feared that the mild winter spared many eggs.
Visitors to downtown Nyack may soon see a change in the village’s parking rules.
When you drive by on the old Tappan Zee Bridge and see the barges out on the water you’re looking at the new bridge taking shape and the remarkable thing is work has begun even though the contract hasn’t been let yet.
It finds building a new bridge would not increase pollution to the Hudson River and found air quality might improve because of better traffic flow.
A Rockland County theater has likely closed its doors for good.
The 44-year-old man involved survived, but the 29-year-old woman succumbed to her injuries after initially surviving the fall, which occurred around 9 a.m.
They lost their theater and thought they’d lost their dreams. But despite the odds, a Rockland County youth theater group somehow managed to get both back.
A couple of nights ago, when a bear wandered through the streets of Nyack, residents were not warned.
A fast-moving storm flooded a local theater camp for kids. Now, Rockland County residents are looking for help so that the show can go on.
The flood waters from Thursday’s storms have finally started receding, but as residents assess the damage, another round of storms could bring even more flooding to the region.
Storms moving through the Tri-State Area Thursday caused major flooding problems, especially in Rockland County and parts of New Jersey.
About 15,000 customers in several suburban New York communities are being advised to boil their water due to the presence of high levels of coliform bacteria.
The Mount Kisco Urban Renewal Agency, the City of New Rochelle Parking Authority, and the Nyack Urban Renewal Agency, are just some of the agencies that he says do nothing.
District Attorney Thomas Zugibe said Friday it was Spring Valley resident Mahogany Morrow who was captured on surveillance video taken at Rite-Buy Wines & Liquors in Nyack.
Shop owners have given police a litany of complaints – noise, rowdy behavior, vandalism, and garbage, plus people urinating in the street and getting sick.
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