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The owners of Jenkinson’s Pavilion in Point Pleasant Beach are suing over a plan to build sand dunes, saying the project would transform their privately owned beach into a public one.
The first person convicted in federal court of profiting from the illegal sale of human organs is out of prison.
PATH’s Exchange Place and World Trade Center stations reopen this weekend after nearly a year without weekend service because of Superstorm Sandy repairs and signal upgrades.
A Queens doctor accused of selling prescription drugs out of his pain-management clinic has been sentenced in the deaths of two of his patients.
“You name it, I’ll put myself up there. I’m not scared to say it. You don’t get to this point not being confident. If somebody calls me cocky, oh well, they’ll get over it.”
A local band is spreading joy this holiday season with a stop Friday directed at lifting the spirits of sick children.
Gov. Cuomo is stepping up his war of words with the teachers’ union.
The picture on the front page of the Connecticut Post: President Obama posing with the mayor of Bridgeport and his family on the mayor’s holiday card.
There are only five days left until Christmas and Saturday is expected to be the busiest shopping day of the year.
He may not deserve to be fired, but he has to leave the sidelines one way or another for the long-term success of the team. It’s a painful move that has to be made.
Though the discussions have been ongoing, the sides aren’t close to completing a deal, according to CBS’ Jon Heyman.
Sir Charles, the Knicks’ biggest critic, has a tip for the team’s president: step away from the keyboard.
“How about Governor Christie?” Vermeil told Angelo Cataldi and the 94WIP Morning Show on Friday morning. “I was pissed, I’ll tell you that.”
Next year should be a busy one for one of the largest construction projects in the city.