Cold Spring derailment victim Jim Lovell remembered in Friday funeral
This undated photo provided by Bob Rendon for the family of Jim Lovell shows Lovell, who was one of four people who died Sunday morning, Dec. 1, 2013, when the Metro-North commuter train he was riding derailed on a curve in the Bronx borough of New York.
Today is the funeral for Donna Smith, victim of Sunday's Metro-North train derailment
Donna L. Smith of Newburgh will be remembered today by family members, friends and community members.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Metro-North Hudson Line service restored in the area of deadly train derailment
Service on Metro-North's Hudson Line that had been shut down after a fatal New York City derailment is back.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
The Pelham Daily Voice
No Sign Of Mechanical Malfunction, Alcohol Use By Crew In Train Derailment
There is no indication of any mechanical malfunction in the train, rails, or signal system involved the Metro-North Hudson Line derailment Sunday, which killed four and injured others, the NTSB announced Tuesday at a press conference at the Hampton Inn in Yonkers.
Derailment: Rhinebeck mayor says engineer Rockefeller 'taking it very hard'
The engineer of Sunday morning's derailed Metro North Hudson Line train, 45-year-old William Rockefeller, grew up in Rhinebeck.
The Lewisboro Daily Voice
Derailment Won't Scare Westchester Train Travelers Off
WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. Sunday's train derailment along the Metro-North Hudson Line has left some Westchester residents anxious about the service following the latest of several such incidents this year, but most vowed to keep riding the rails.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Empire State News
Alternate travel announced for Hudson Line commuters
CARMEL Metro-North Hudson Division train service is suspended on the southern portion because of Sunday's fatal train derailment in the Bronx.
The Armonk Daily Voice
Train Derailment Result Of Excessive Speed, NTSB Reports
The Metro-North Hudson Line train derailment resulting in the death of four people and injuries to many others on Sunday was a result of excessive speed, the National Transportation Safety Board announced at a press conference at the Hampton Inn in Yonkers on Monday afternoon.
More Rockland Buses Added Because Of Fatal Train Accident
Tappan ZEExpress buses schedules are being modified starting today because of the Metro-North Hudson Line derailment on Sunday.
The Bedford Daily Voice
Westchester Commuters Find Alternate Routes After Metro-North Train Wreck
Westchester commuters used shuttle buses, cabs and subway systems Monday morning after Sunday morning's train derailment along the Metro-North Hudson Line halted service from Yonkers through Spuyten Duyvil in the Bronx.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
The Journal News
Editorial: A Sunday trip by train, suddenly turned into tragedy
An early Sunday ride into the city. What could be a better way to go than to catch the train, escaping the holiday traffic headache? But a Metro-North Hudson Line train derailed, with cars tipping, skidding, crashing.
The Port Chester Daily Voice
Four Derailment Victims, Including One From Montrose, Named
WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. Officials have publicly named the four people, including one Westchester County resident, who died in Sunday morning's train derailment along the Metro North Hudson Line, according to a report from Metro.
Bronx Train Derailment Impacting Metro-North Hudson Line [Updated]
Update as of 10:35 a.m. on Dec. 1 Metro-North issued the following service update: Hudson Line service is suspended between Tarrytown and Grand Central due to a derailed train in the vicinity of Spuyten Duyvil.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Rockland Turkey Time Travel By Train, Bus
Tappan Zee Express: Extra TZx buses will operate from Tarrytown Rail Station according to normal afternoon schedules in anticipation of early getaway passengers from Metro-North trains.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
North country residents among papal award recipients
Ogdensburg Bishop Terry R. LaValley will confer the cross on the recipients at a special vespers service at St. Mary's Cathedral Dec. 8 at 3 p.m. 'It is so fitting that we recognize the faith and dedication of these generous men and women in this Year of Faith.
Tue Nov 12, 2013
106.7 KISS FM
At NJ Fire Dept., Veterans Go to Head of Line
Unemployment is a big problem for veterans, so New Jersey's North Hudson Fire Department is doing what it can to help: The department has hired 43 veterans this year, and the fire chief says he plans to hire 10 to 20 more in the near future.