We often wonder what’s in our parks (How many hawks nest here? Are there any foxes? What about snakes?), but what about who’s in our parks? The Alliance for New York State Parks has an answer on that second question for Lake Welch, in Harriman State Park. On Monday the… Read More →
Ping pong balls and water erupt out of a garbage can during a liquid nitrogen powered volcano demonstration at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory open house in Palisades. See photos of the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory open house in Palisades
Barbara Pollitt of Pomona among sage plants in the herb garden at the Burgess Meredith estate in Pomona. She is part of a group hoping to maintain the estate, which is owned by the Town of Ramapo. Read about the herb garden at the Burgess Meredith estate in Pomona
Michael Anderson, project director for the state Department of Transportation speaks in the community room at the Palisades Center in West Nyack. A public hearing was held by the DOT and the Thruway Authority on the recently-released Draft Environmental Impact Statement on the Tappan Zee Bridge replacement project. See more… Read More →
A bald eagle sits in a tree as a gull flies off with a fish he caught near the Lake Deforest dam in West Nyack.
Kerchell Sendy, 9, of Spring Valley places mulch around a plant on the shore of the Pascack Brook at Memorial Park in Spring Valley. Volunteers helped Keep Rockland Beautiful plant 450 shrubs and 20 trees around the brook and the pond at the park. See more photos of Keep Rockland… Read More →
Donald Glasson of Sloatsburg sets up pipes to help his neighbor pump out his basement on Seven Lakes Dr. in Sloatsburg. Tropical storm Irene flooded the Stony Brook which runs along the road. See more photos of the cleanup from tropical storm Irene
Workers make plans to repair the washed-out bridge over the Stony Brook at Waldron Terrace in Sloatsburg. The bridge was destroyed by flood waters during tropical storm Irene, cutting off the only access to the homes on Waldron Terrace. See more photos of the cleanup after Irene