The Congregation Sons of Israel in Upper Nyack is standing firm in the face of hate.
There’s certainly an attraction to the Clarkstown, New York, parks, pools and manicured fields, but some residents complain the town parks are being overrun by out-of-towners.
Amid the controversy over Common Core-aligned tests for public school students, one thing is clear: the opt-out movement is growing.
As thousands of public school students prepare to take standardized tests Tuesday, many parents have decided to have their children “opt out” of the exams.
Mahopac Superintendent of Schools Brian Monahan said he’s walking a fine line between following the state’s rules and respecting the concerns of parents.
Lauren Thierry teamed up with a designer and developed a special clothing line. Independence Day Clothing can be worn inside and out, backward and frontward.
Police in New York are embarking on a “statewide crackdown” on texting while driving.
A local fire chief is being hailed as a hero after coming to the rescue of a woman during a stabbing in Irvington.
It’s been 40 years since singer-songwriter Harry Chapin co-founded World Hunger Year. His brother, Tom Chapin, continues the mission.
Although news of ‘Bridgegate’ have been out of headlines lately, local reports says the federal investigation appears to be coming to a head and indictments could be announced next week.
Police are warning about a new phone scam that can wipe out everything on your computer and steal all of your information.
Oil trains are rumbling down the tracks in big numbers thanks to fracking out west and the NTSB says the tanker cars are an accident waiting to happen.
Under the guidance of the Department of Homeland Security, Major League Baseball has stepped up screenings at all 30 stadiums.
For her summer internship with the town, Emily Salwen is putting together a free self-defense course.
While the groundhog wipes sleep from his eyes, Spring is a little behind.