In a press conference Sunday afternoon, Mayor Bloomberg announced that the carpooling regulations put in place after Superstorm Sandy will not go back into effect for the work week.
As of August, the senator says more than 19,000 seniors nationwide have reported identity thefts. That’s about 50 each day.
Central Park goes to the dogs on Saturday as the Central Park Conservancy hosts the 10th annual My Dog Loves Central Park Country Fair.
Brace yourself for this one, but don’t breathe in too deeply. A study of New York’s air finds all sorts of particles from fungus to fat, and even dead skin cells.
A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority told 1010 WINS that, despite a college student’s petition to open a train stop in Queens, it won’t be happening anytime soon.
The Brooklyn Atlantic Antic Street Festival has been happening for 38th years, and according to the Atlantic Antic website, it’s the largest street festival in the city.
In the role of Sandy is Sunny, a two year old terrier mix discovered by William Berloni of Theatrical Animals at the BARC Municipal Animal Shelter in Houston, Texas, when she was just 24 hours away from being euthanized.
A herd of sheep took over Bryant Park in Manhattan on Thursday for “The Campaign for Wool.”
Aviation and wildlife experts took turns taking shots at Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s administration. Former NTSB chairman Jim Hall said the transfer station is sure to be a bird magnet.
The Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals, in partnership with the Petco Foundation, is holding an “Adoptapalooza” pet adoption event on Sunday in Union Square Park.
Among the items that police recovered included more than 10,000 rounds of ammunition, 32 machetes and 8 brass knuckles along with a pair of firearms.
The boy was taken to Lincoln Hospital in stable condition. Police said the suspect fled the scene at Gerard Avenue and E. 157th Street on foot.
Dr. Nancy Lutwak said female vets need such institutions because of the difficult circumstances surrounding military sexual trauma.
The Brooklyn Cyclones are teaming up with the Mayor’s Alliance For New York City’s Animals for the annual “Bark In The Park.”
1010 WINS reporter Juliet Papa will be serving as emcee for the event and 1010 WINS is a sponsor of the game.