Habitat for Humanity not only rebuilds neighborhoods, it’s trying to make them safer.
Some middle school students in Rockland County will have to wait a bit longer for the final bell to ring this fall.
New York’s Department of Environmental Conservation has proposed shutting down the plant on an average of 42 days in the spring and summer to protect Hudson River fish.
The latest incident involving a truck hitting a parkway overpass has officials taking another look at how to stop this from happening again, WCBS 880’s Sean Adams reported.
A charity in honor of one of three students killed in a fire at a Seton Hall University dorm 14 years ago is looking to make a difference and prevent other catastrophes.
Crews will be milling and repaving from 8:30 p.m. to 5:30 a.m. in the northbound lanes along an 11-mile stretch beginning at the George Washington Bridge.
A truck driver has been charged with vehicular homicide after his tractor-trailer barreled into an unmarked police car in Waldwick early Thursday, killing an officer, authorities said.
Panel to vote on whether loan that normally goes to sewer projects should help pay for new Tappan Zee Bridge.
Westchester homeowners are taking sides over what to do about a controversial gun range. The battle moved from the neighborhood to Greenburgh Town Hall on Tuesday.
Officials said the goal is to save lives and make drivers more vigilant, but critics claim this is more about making money from the $50 fines.
Summertime water safety is a serious matter for Stew Leonard, Jr. and his family, who have turned their personal loss into something positive.
Suspended Officer Brendan Cronin, 27, is accused of firing 14 shots at two unarmed men in a car at a Pelham intersection April 29. Cronin was off-duty.
Residents in new luxury homes along Ardsley Road in Greenburgh pleaded with the town board Wednesday to close the decades-old Westchester County Police Revolver and Rifle League after a bullet fragment grazed a woman in a backyard last month.
The Coast Guard has approved the Hudson River safety zone, which will be marked by illuminated buoys.
Most are believed headed to Brooklyn and the Bronx, which have seen three-quarters of the shootings reported so far this year.