Joel Israel testified for the first time at his contempt hearing for not making repairs at 98 Linden Street as he has agreed to do.
The suit filed last month by 57-year-old Charlie Davis, suffering from end-stage renal failure, may be the first of its kind in New Jersey, where medical marijuana has been legally available since 2012.
The study by state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli found that Medicaid costs related to asthma were $532 million in 2013, an increase of more than 26 percent over five years.
The state Department of Environment Conservation will investigate to figure out the source of the Freon and how it got into the water.
There is a proposal in the state legislature that would legalize pot and use the revenues for road repairs. Recreational marijuana was legalized by voters in Colorado and Washington state.
The police commissioner said they’re also designing a poll to be used in every precinct of the city on a quarterly basis. Bratton said he wants a reliable way to measure whether damage has been repaired and improvements have been made.
Store employee Laura Marckesano said she literally had to smack the 48-year-old Southampton Hospital worker into his new reality. The winning ticket was sold at the Gascon gas station in Coram on March 25.
A consumer watchdog group claimed Thursday that the largest auto insurers in New York State are using education legal and occupation to set rates – charging blue-collar workers more for the same policy than college-education professionals.
Christie said the state has made offers to purchase 265 homes in Sayreville and neighboring South River from willing sellers. So far, 175 have accepted.
Mayor de Blasio said the city is spending $300,000 to push it with an ad campaign called Opportunity Starts Now.
The 250 workers based out of Maspeth, Queens staged a 90-minute protest in February over the firing of a long-time employee.
April is National Distracted Driving Month. The distracted driving campaign across New Jersey runs through April 21.
According to a Tax Foundation study looking at fiscal year 2011 – the most recently available data – New York residents paid 12.6 percent of their collective incomes in state and local taxes.
The report also found mismanagement, political abuse and rivalries between the states at the Port Authority.
More than 250 Fabergé eggs — some created by famous artists and designers, including Jeff Koons and Carolina Herrera — are popping up all across the five boroughs.