The fire began at around 2:45 p.m.
A woman who lives at a house on Segal Avenue said she heard several shots fired. Then two men ran into her house.
The opera house is still in negotiations with eight smaller unions, including those representing painters and costume and makeup artists.
The Westchester district attorney’s office says Frank Gluberman of Congers pleaded guilty to grand larceny on Wednesday.
The worker was about 100 feet below ground between two tunnels when a pipe fell on his leg, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority said.
Some rent-stabilized tenants in the Stonehenge Village building, at 120-196 W. 97th St. between Amsterdam and Columbus avenues, were furious after a gym opened up in their building and they were told they were forbidden from using it.
Residents are calling tattered, dirty, and shredded American flags above several Brooklyn stores a slap in the face to Old Glory.
A new poll shows Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo continues to maintain a 2-to-1 advantage over his Republican challenger in New York’s gubernatorial race.
The New York State Tenant Protection Unit has launched an investigation into a major city landlord, over allegations that it forced Asian-American tenants to leave their rent-regulated apartments.
Police are searching for a man who they said robbed three women, including a mother pushing her baby in a stroller, in a two-hour span in the Bronx last Friday.
Some really big movies have been filmed in Westchester over the last several years. Now, the county film office hopes to cash in on small-screen productions and lure more television shows to town.
UPS Stores across the country have been hit with a data breach may have been going on since January.
As the world’s top tennis players try to qualify for the U.S. Open in Flushing Meadows, some younger players are on the court to win a different kind of fight.
A court has ordered the Calverton dog rescue called Precious Pups to close its doors after complaints that neglected dogs were being rescued, then simply resold.
The bill would establish city grants to raise pay as well as rehire experienced drivers and other school bus employees who lost their jobs or had their incomes drastically cut at the end of the Bloomberg administration.