New York

Historic Milleridge Inn On Long Island To Remain OpenA historic inn on Long Island has been saved from the chopping block.
New York Area Police Increase Patrols Near Planned Parenthood Clinics After Colorado ShootingTri-State Area police departments increased their patrols around Planned Parenthood locations Friday, following a shooting in Colorado Springs that left a police officer and two others dead.
Police Search For Suspect In Theft Of Cellphone On J Train In BrooklynPolice were seeking to identify a suspect late Friday in the theft of a cellphone from a subway rider in East New York, Brooklyn.
Ready, Set, Shop! Millions Hit The Malls To Score Black Friday DealsThe Super Bowl of shopping had an early start again this year, but the game isn't over yet.
Suspect Named In Rape Of East River Park JoggerPolice on Friday identified a suspect in the rape of a jogged in East River Park earlier this week.
Wealthy Join Homeless For Dinner At St. Bartholomew's ChurchSome wealthy Manhattan residents left luxury dwellings behind Friday to dine shoulder to shoulder with the homeless -- in a holiday event that seemed like an experiment when it was first held last year.

New Jersey

Many Take Advantage Of Warm Weather To Put Up Christmas DecorationsThe day after Thanksgiving is often the right time to put up the Christmas decorations, and a 60-degree day made the experience a lot easier than usual.
2 Dead, 5 Rescued After Pontoon Boat Capsizes In Waters Off ManasquanPhotos of the rescue show a Coast Guard boat and several helicopters hovering over the area not far from shore.
Firefighters Battle Brush Fire In Berkeley HeightsThe blaze, stretching more than 5 acres, started just after 2 p.m.
Water Main Replacement Completed After Break In HobokenCrews completed the replacement of a broken water main in Hoboken Friday, following a long and frustrating ordeal that brought floods and cut off service for many.
2 Men Charged After NJ Traffic Stop Leads To Marijuana Grow House In The BronxOn Tuesday, officers pulled over Robert Sciolo, 39, and Terrance Quinn, 48, on the Palisades Interstate Parkway in Alpine.
Cops: NJ Store Clerk Dead In Parking Lot ShootingA New Jersey convenience store clerk has died after being shot in the store's parking lot, according to officials.


Court Documents: Connecticut Man Who Jumped White House Fence Left Suicide NoteStamford Police Chief John Fontneau said he was not expecting a phone call from the Secret Service when he returned home from his Thanksgiving celebrations.
Connecticut Senator Calls For Regulations On Recreational Drone UseSen. Richard Blumenthal said he would like to see some simple rules for drones.
Operation Fuel Looks To Help Families Stay Warm This WinterOperation Fuel is kicking off this weekend in Connecticut.
Ex-Wesleyan University Student Connected To String Of Overdoses Due In CourtProsecutors said authorities found numerous prescription drugs in Longeran’s room.
Senator: Underwater Landmark Has Racially Offensive NameU.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal is pushing to change the racially offensive name that have been attached an underwater rock formation in the Long Island Sound.
Longtime Greenwich Crossing Guard HonoredTom Reale, 97, has been keeping kids safe at school street crossings in Greenwich since the early 1970s.


PHOTOS: ‘Man In The High Castle’ Subway Ads Cause UproarA New York City subway car was covered in Nazi imagery to promote the new Amazon television series "The Man in the High Castle."
Fetty Wap Tosses $2K In Cash Over Balcony To Fans At Garden State Plaza MallThe rapper says on Twitter that he was so happy to be shopping with his daughter that he threw $2,000 to fans.
Interview: Rockettes Preview This Year's 'Christmas Spectacular' The "Radio City Christmas Spectacular" has been a New York staple for more than 70 years.
Charlie Sheen's Statement On Being HIV PositiveFollowing a battery of endless tests, that included a hideous spinal tap, it was sadly and shockingly revealed to me that I was, in fact, positive for HIV.
VIDEO: 'Late Show With Stephen Colbert' Pays Tribute To ParisThe "Late Show With Steven Colbert" opened the show with house band Jon Batiste & Stay Human playing the French national anthem.
Ballet Hispanico Celebrates 45 YearsBallet Hispanico will take the stage at the Apollo Theater next weekend.


Group Offers Sensitivity Training To Trump After He Appears To Mock Reporter's DisabilityJay Ruderman of the Ruderman Family Foundation in Boston said Thursday the Republican presidential contender should apologize to Serge Kovaleski of The New York Times and the public.
De Blasio Suggests Reduction, Rather Than Abolition Of Horse CarriagesMayor Bill de Blasio on Wednesday announced a new attempt to corral the popular horse carriage industry.
Jersey City Mayor Says He'll Take State To Court To Protect Liberty State Park From DevelopmentA report released Tuesday by the state Department of Environmental Protection showed that Gov. Chris Christie's administration is considering developments at the cash-strapped park.
Deliberations Adjourned At Trial Of Ex-NY Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver For Holiday BreakJurors worked through the morning on Wednesday before adjourning for the long holiday weekend.
Obama: No Known Terror Threat To US Heading Into Thanksgiving WeekendThe president's comments came on one of the busiest U.S. travel days of the year and less than two weeks after the Paris attacks that left 129 people dead.
Christie: Obama's Approach On ISIS 'Naive And Gravely Dangerous'"This is a cult of evil, everyone," he said of the Islamic State group in a speech Tuesday to the Council on Foreign Relations.

Health & Well Being

AG: Planet Fitness Will Not Offer 'Unlimited' Indoor TanningAn investigation conducted by Schneiderman's office revealed that the fitness company violated regulations requiring warnings, consent forms and free protective eyewear at several Planet Fitness locations.
Seen At 11: Viagra For Children? How Experts Say The Drug Can Save Young LivesMillions of men credit Viagra for saving their sex lives, but nearly two decades after hitting the market, Viagra is now being credited for literally saving the lives -- of children.
Wounded Veteran Among Those Benefiting From 'Smart' Prosthetic AnkleCEO and President Dr. Charles Carignan says it has "15 different sensors that are measuring different parameters with every step that the person is taking.
Charlie Sheen's Statement On Being HIV PositiveFollowing a battery of endless tests, that included a hideous spinal tap, it was sadly and shockingly revealed to me that I was, in fact, positive for HIV.
March Of Dimes Focusing On Lowering Number Of Premature Births In Minority CommunitiesThe group is spearheading programs at two Queens hospitals, Jamaica and Elmhurst, reaching into communities of color, where prematurity rates remain high.
After Cuomo Signs Bill Speeding Up Medical Marijuana For Some, Patient Advocates Say State's Program Is Still LackingJulie Netherland, deputy New York director for the Drug Police Alliance, said she would also like to see the program offer price breaks to lower-income patients and be more widely distributed.

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