The emotional and physical challenges of caring for an ailing loved one at home can take a toll. Westchester County is there to help care for caregivers.
Police in New Jersey are writing more tickets for safety violations in the nearly four years since the state ended motor vehicle safety inspections.
It could be at least two weeks before residents can return home after a mudslide forced them out of their buildings in Yonkers.
Parents in Nyack are on alert after a 12-year-old girl told police a man tried luring her into his car while she walked to school.
With 15 stitches and an eye swollen shut, Myra Flores wants Larchmont drivers to beware of what she’s calling a crumbling overpass.
Monday begins a two-day public visitation for Egan. A man admired by many, the faithful are expected to pay their respects by the thousands.
Some Westchester County residents are the latest to say that mail service has gone from predictable to sporadic, and that the Post Office is falling down on some of its basic duties.
Town of Rye Supervisor Joe Carvin would just love to put himself out of a job. He wants to dissolve the town.
The plane was removed and taken to a hanger Friday after crews spent much of the night using massive cranes to lift the 140,000-pound MD-88 aircraft, the Port Authority said.
The Cresskill Middle/High School Home and Social Association, in partnership with Dumont and Tenafly high schools, is hosting a forum at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Merritt Memorial Elementary School in Cresskill.
Students in grades three to 11 are taking the new Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers, or PARCC exams, this month and again at the end of the school year.
Last week, the county presented its annual Freedom Award to Maureen Morgan, of Pomona, who served in the U.S. Navy from 1979-83.
Wyckoff police used Narcan to revive a person overdosing on heroin earlier this week. It was the 11th save in Bergen County so far this year.
Residents are demanding that a group representing their interests be allowed on site to monitor the process.
About 200 people packed the village Board of Trustees meeting, many arguing that the path should not terminate in a residential area.