Neighbors said the mansion has become the scene of wild parties and more — and they want it to stop.
People in a suburban town got a strange reverse 911 call on Monday, telling them to be on the lookout for an aggressive animal that’s been attacking neighbors and pets.
Police were investigating to determine if the vandalism was connected to a July 27 incident in which swastikas and racist epithets were spray-painted on vehicles whose tires also were slashed.
Residents on North Lincoln Avenue in Pearl River woke up on Sunday morning to find swastikas, racial epithets, and profanity spray painted on three cars and on driveways.
A picturesque Rockland County village has become the epicenter of sadness, as family and friends prepared to say goodbye the victims of the heartbreaking boating accident on the Hudson River.
The United States Military Academy is set to graduate its latest crop of second lieutenants, and among them is a man from Pearl River in Rockland County.
Most people probably welcome the warm weather, except, maybe, for some local fire officials worried about the potential for more brush fires.
Most of us have at least heard of “Typhoid Mary.” But Pearl River author Mary Beth Keane tells a fascinating story about Mary Mallon in her new book “Fever.”
30-year-old Sgt. Kieran Murphy was with the Fighting 69th in Afghanistan when a roadside bomb shattered his leg and injured his back last year.
Newark police say an 18-year-old man from Pearl River, N.Y., was struck and killed by a car as he left a New Jersey Devils hockey game.
It was dicey driving through the northern suburbs Tuesday morning. But in both Rockland and Westchester, Sandy has proven deadly.
Dozens of suspects were arrested in pre-dawn raids Monday in the third largest drug bust in Rockland County this year.
Be prepared for delays if you’re planning on catching a flight from JFK, Laguardia or Newark airport. The ice storm frosting the region is also freezing some flights.
Rockland County Assemblywoman Ellen Jaffe is proposing a ban on smoking on Metro-North Railroad and Long Island Railroad platforms where she says you are bound to get a face full of second hand smoke.
52-year-old John DiGiacomo has been charged with grand larceny.