Life does not magically return to normal after flood waters recede.
Christine Laffey is able to smile again after the flood. It is a sharp contrast to the tears that filled her days in West Nyack immediately after the hurricane last month.
When Palisades Center opened in West Nyack, the nearby Nanuet Mall fell into its figurative shadows.
Northern Westchester, Rockland, Putnam Counties Under Flood Watch; New FEMA Center Opens In White Plains
The National Weather Service says an additional inch of rain is expected to fall Wednesday morning and that flooding along roads and low-lying areas may occur.
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.
Days after Hurricane Irene made her way north, things in New York City’s northern suburbs are still not back to normal.
On Tuesday, Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino took State Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos and Sen. Charles Fuschillo, the chairman of the transportation committee, on a tour of the aging Tappan Zee Bridge.
About 15,000 customers in several suburban New York communities are being advised to boil their water due to the presence of high levels of coliform bacteria.
One woman in Rockland County is making a big difference by getting out a pair of scissors.
The Nanuet Mall is a ghost town. The stores are empty and the food court is bare.
Clarkstown police detective sergeant Tim O’Neil says one of the teens is still in intensive care after smoking “AM-HI-CO Atomic Bomb.”
The woman who let loose in a Rockland County liquor store has turned herself in and she’s talking about what provoked her bottle-breaking binge.
Police in Rockland County are trying to track down the woman seen in a rather bizarre surveillance video. Her belligerent, bottle-breaking display left many dismayed.
The Nanuet Mall, the Palisades Center mall, and tons of car dealerships are all in Clarkstown.
A mall that has been around for over 40 years is now hoping to compete with its much bigger and more popular neighbor.