Marrow Donating Members Of The FDNY Don’t Need Ladders Or Hoses To Save A LifeSeveral New York City firefighters were honored Friday for saving lives, but this time it had nothing to do with flames or smoke.
Experts Have Some Advice On Reducing Costs For PromFrom the promposal to primping, going to prom can be a pricey proposition for high school students.
Thieves Use Automatic Garage Door Openers To Access Homes In Suffolk CountyAutomatic garage door openers are a staple of suburban life, but police urge users to be careful about where they leave them.
Artificial Meniscus Replacements Could Mean An End To Chronic Knee PainWhen a torn meniscus is removed or wears away, doctors don't have a lot to offer short of knee replacement surgery.
Proposed Law Could Entice Employers To Let Workers TelecommuteSick of your commute? A proposed law could make working from the comfort of your home that much more likely.
Brooklyn’s ‘Glove Doctor’ Saves Baseball Gloves And The Memories Attached To ThemIt may be called baseball, but at the heart of the sport is the glove, and repairing one takes a particular skill.
Tappan Zee Bridge Lane Closures To Snag Weekend TrafficDrivers heading to the north out of New York City this weekend may run into trouble, with only one northbound lane open on the Tappan Zee Bridge.
Jurors Hear Teen's Confession Of Setting Fire That Killed NYPD Officer Because He Was 'Bored'A teenage boy’s confession was played in court Friday, in his trial for allegedly setting a fire that killed a police officer in Coney Island, Brooklyn.
Oil Slick Found On Hudson River Near Englewood Cliffs, N.J.The U.S. Coast Guard was investigating Friday, after an oil slick was spotted along the Hudson River offshore from Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.
De Blasio Says Probe Won't Affect Re-Election Bid, But Experts Say It May Hurt His Party StandingHe steadfastly insists that he and his team did nothing wrong while federal and state investigators probe his campaign fundraising apparatus.
Advocates Dispute Claims Of Fewer Homeless On NYC Streets This YearMayor Bill de Blasio said Friday that new data show a 12 percent drop in the number of people living on the streets.
Police: Dead Dog, Lizards, Cat Found Abandoned At LI HomeA Long Island woman was arrested after allegedly abandoning animals at her home in South Huntington.

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