Tappan Zee Bridge
A service for Lindsey Stewart of Piermont was held Thursday at the church in Pearl River where she would have been married Aug. 10.
Cell phone video shot by one of the survivors of a boat crash on the Hudson River shows the last few seconds before it slammed into a barge, prosecutors said Wednesday.
A picturesque Rockland County village has become the epicenter of sadness, as family and friends prepared to say goodbye the victims of the heartbreaking boating accident on the Hudson River.
A body found Sunday in the Hudson River was believed to be a would-be best man, who had been missing and presumed dead after his boat crashed into a barge.
A bride-to-be and a best man were missing Saturday morning, and four others were injured, after a late-night crash on the Hudson River near the Tappan Zee Bridge.
A three-man crew is spending the week pulling colonies of oysters into buckets and transferring them about a mile south towards Manhattan.
The wreck happened just before 9 p.m. Tuesday near exit 10 on the Rockland County side of the bridge.
The accident was first reported at about 9 p.m. State police closed the northbound lanes to perform an accident reconstruction. Southbound traffic remained open, but delays were expected.
Residents near the site of the new Tappan Zee Bridge have voted overwhelmingly to add sound barriers on both sides of the Hudson River once the new bridge is complete.
The River Rowing Association has already been affected by the project.
An overweight on a bridge that couldn’t handle it proved a disaster overnight in Washington state. It collapsed, sending three cars into the water. Fortunately, no one died. But it’s a reminder of the thousands of bridges just like it.
Preliminary pile driving for the new Tappan Zee Bridge has begun and has been a real jolt for some residents.
No toll hike is planned for the Tappan Zee Bridge next year, but a former state assemblyman from Westchester County said the move is only delaying the inevitable..
Residents can now track noise, air quality and vibration levels near the Tappan Zee Bridge.
South Nyack Mayor Bonnie Christian told WCBS 880 reporter Paul Murnane that the current scheme to throw a system of E-ZPass gear in a steel gantry over the Westchester bound lanes at Exit 10 on I-287 is unacceptable.