Hudson River swimmer deals with fatigue, choppy water, rocks and pollution across 315 miles
The Hudson River snakes through forests and rushes over boulders in the Adirondack Mountains before settling into a wide, slow flow closer to New York City. It stretches 315 miles from source to end. Lewis Pugh swam all of it.
Mandatory composting plan aims to help NYC go greener; starts in Brooklyn in October
The Department of Sanitation says, “Just put all your food and yard waste into a sealed container – either IN a free DSNY bin or your own – and we will pick it up on recycling day."