Gary Melius said in a statement Tuesday that he is looking forward to coming home and getting back to work.
The commission unanimously approved a resolution Monday night that stated LG Electronics’ proposed 143-foot-high headquarters in Englewood Cliffs poses a threat to the scenic beauty to the area north of the George Washington Bridge.
Karen Sipes, 40, of Brick, pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court to wire fraud for her theft from Toll Global Forwarding, a multi-national company based in Carteret.
Officials on Long Island continue to push for laws requiring businesses to install carbon monoxide detectors following the death of a restaurant manager over the weekend.
Former New York State Gov. David Paterson has taken on a new post with a company that aims to streamline job recruiting.
Restaurant manager Steven Nelson, 55, was found dead in the basement of Legal Sea Foods Saturday night. More than two dozen other people were sent to hospitals for treatment.
Your GPS and other high-tech on-board devices can be secretly tracking your every move.
On Monday, New York State Assemblyman Phil Goldfeder announced legislation to require NYRA to use its share of casino money earmarked for capital projects only at Aqueduct.
Many electric companies lure customers in with cheap introductory rates and then mark them up. It’s estimated that tens of thousands of Connecticut consumers have switched electric suppliers in an effort to cut their monthly bill.
The move comes after Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy and Sen. Richard Blumenthal met separately last week with Prendergast and the new Metro-North chief, Joseph Giulietti.
Sen. Charles Schumer is calling on federal regulators to set guidelines to protect consumers as car companies collect personal information through “smart car” technology and sell it to third parties.
The lawsuit is seeking punitive damages because attorney Amos Gern said his client sustained permanent scars on her thighs.
The U.N. chief said he was counting on Bloomberg’s “dedicated and visionary leadership” to help countries around the world address the climate change phenomenon.
The fund will distribute assets forfeited in the Madoff case. It’s separate from a bankruptcy court proceeding that has recovered money to redistribute to burned Madoff clients.
U.S. Labor Department statistics show that out of 3 million recent college grads, 36 percent have no job or one they doesn’t require a degree.
Employees and supporters demonstrate outside of a Wendy’s fast-food restaurant to demand higher pay and the right to form a union.
Now that’s rich! While some may still be pinching pennies here are some people where the words “economic crisis” don’t seem to apply. These are the 10 richest people in the world, according to Forbes.