March 22nd is the 20th annual United Nations-declared World Water Day, an international day to celebrate fresh water and focus public attention upon the critical water issues of our era.
A Citizens Campaign for the Environment survey showed 51 percent of the 59 facilities it more than half of Suffolk County’s medical facilities are flushing their unused and expired medications down the toilet.
The mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. took center stage Tuesday night in both President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address and the GOP response as both sides of the aisle continue the debate over gun control.
The Long Island barrier island community of Long Beach said Sunday that it has come a long way in its efforts to restore life to normal since Superstorm Sandy.
Crews have been working to repair the Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission wastewater treatment system after it was damaged by severe flooding and power outages during Superstorm Sandy.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Wednesday signed an executive order demanding that state residents conserve water until power returns, in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.
A boil water advisory has been lifted for nearly all the northern Monmouth County towns affected by a major water main break.
Sip and vote. That is what people in Westchester County were doing Tuesday to help determine who makes the best tap water.
The Town of North Hempstead started selling discounted barrels for homeowners to collect rain water.
Friday’s 12-inch water main break continued to cause problems for hundreds of residents in Washington Heights.
The Pequot Library book sale is running through Tuesday in Southport.
The Westchester County Board of Legislators have approved five separate bills that will each extend an inter-municipal agreement between the county and one of the towns that are part of the agreement to protect New York City water.
Water began gushing out of the 12-inch main from 1941 just after 5 a.m., flooding streets in the Sunset Park section.
Well, Rockland County residents are another step closer to drinking Hudson River water.
Officials at New Jersey’s Ramapo College say it’s safe to drink the water on campus again.