Suffern Officer Tim Dunn says the woman was scared and nervous when she called 911 Monday afternoon. He continued to give her directions, telling her to turn him on his side and try clearing his airway with her finger or a tissue.
CBS 2′s Vanessa Murdock’s showcased some of spookiest decoration displays in the Tri-State area.
Three rabbis and seven other men were charged after the FBI raided several locations overnight.
Most people probably welcome the warm weather, except, maybe, for some local fire officials worried about the potential for more brush fires.
A New Jersey man has been arrested and charged with sexually assaulting a 7-year-old girl.
The nearly $4 billion project is on schedule, but under the design-build approach, they’re still at work on the specifics, which was a letdown for some.
New York State police said Alvin Lapides, 81, of Monsey was driving north in the southbound lanes of Interstate 87 in Rockland County Tuesday night when he struck a Volvo driven by a 17-year-old boy.
It was one year ago today that Tropical Storm Irene slammed into the Tri-State Area with incredibly destructive rain and many communities are still not back to normal.
Paul Kramer’s lawyer says his client “snapped” when his ex-boyfriend called Kramer’s mother and told her he was gay. The two men were going through an acrimonious split.
“We will return to providing a full schedule of 26 daily trains and 14 trains each weekend day,” Metro-North announced.
The White House says New York desperately needs a new bridge. President Barack Obama issued an executive order Tuesday clearing the way for a long-awaited Tappan Zee Bridge replacement.
Kramer, who was staying at his parents’ home in Mahwah, had pleaded guilty to stabbing an acquaintance several times in the neck in May 2009. He pleaded guilty last month, and was to be sentenced next month.
Sandbags are in place in Suffern where the Mahwah River is rising again, inching closer to basements where sump pumps are still warm from last week’s flood.
It’s been nearly a week since Hurricane Irene ravaged New York City’s northern suburbs, and it’s still quite obvious to anyone who goes up and down the streets.
After Hurricane Irene wreaked havoc on New York City’s northern suburbs, getting back to normal continues to be a struggle.