It’s a wake up call for us all, the disturbing trend in Rockland County.
A massive fire tore through an apartment building in Spring Valley, leaving dozens homeless.
This Rockland County district has kindergarten on the chopping block because its budget was rejected by voters, an apparent push-back from a large population of ultra-Orthodox Jewish residents who school their children elsewhere and feel overtaxed.
An incident on April 25 tipped off authorities to the drug ring after a woman successfully filled out a prescription at a Glen Rock pharmacy and another man showed up an hour later trying to fill the same prescription.
Spring Valley faces steep fines for apparently violating a state law requiring municipalities issuing dog licenses to have an animal control officer.
Talk about Linsanity! Mitchell Schecter is one lucky Jeremy Lin fan!
The family of a mentally ill Spring Valley man who was shot and killed during a struggle with police earlier this month are speaking out.
Officials said the man was combative and officers opened fire, shooting the man in the head.
Homelessness isn’t just an urban problem. The suburbs are not immune.
A Rockland County family suffered carbon monoxide poisoning Monday while using charcoal to heat their home, according to Emergency workers.
Some of us feel eaten alive in a bloom of mosquitoes this summer and health experts say all the rain has created a perfect breeding environment.
Many are calling 50-year-old David Reichenberg a hero in the storm after he tried to save a father and his 6-year-old child entangled with a live, downed electrical wire
Tropical Storm Irene dumped barrels of water on Dutchess, Rockland and Westchester counties, knocking out power, flooding roads and even causing injuries and one fatality.
St. Sen. David Carlucci is urging Gov. Andrew Cuomo to sign the Power New York Act of 2011.
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.