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.
There is something in the Bronx that you might not expect to see within sight of trucks being unloaded at the Hunts Point Market.
Everyone knows that New York City bagels get their unique taste from city tap water. Now, a Florida Bagel store has tapped into a way to get the same flavor.
Police said he was last seen by his wife sitting on a dock. That was an hour and 15 minutes before he was discovered in the water.
You can help keep your children healthy by teaching them a few simply tricks. CBS 2’s Dr. Holly Phillips tells us what they are.
Climatologists at a drought hearing do say that they think the worst may be behind us.
We all know water is good for us. But now there’s even better news – drinking water helps shed pounds, too.
It’s all about stretching the water supply through the rest of the summer.
New Jersey’s Department of Environmental Protection said an increased demand for water has caused a serious drop in reservoir levels, CBS 2’s Christine Sloan reports.