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Full Metro-North Railroad service in and out of Grand Central Terminal resumed around 4:45 p.m. Wednesday, about seven hours after service was disrupted.
Investigations into the East Harlem explosion have been launched by the Fire Department of New York, Con Edison, as well as the National Transportation Safety Board.
An elderly Upper West Side man who was ticketed for jaywalking appeared in court on Wednesday. Kang Chun Wong, 84, showed up in court with his family to sign his traffic ticket.
South Nassau Communities Hospital is sending out over 4,000 letters to patients who may have been exposed to dangerous viruses, including hepatitis and HIV, through insulin shots.
An explosion that caused the collapse of two buildings in East Harlem Wednesday morning has shocked the neighborhood.
The students at Ward Melville High School in East Setauket worked all year to compete and could have been eligible to earn college scholarships if they placed in the state’s Science Olympiad event.
Prosecutors say retired Stuyvesant High School librarian Christopher Asch and auto mechanic Michael Van Hise aimed to turn disturbing ideas into deadly action.
U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez called on state officials to make the application process for Superstorm Sandy home rebuilding aid faster.
The New York Giants and New York Jets say they’ve settled legal issues with developer Triple Five regarding American Dream, the retail and entertainment complex that sits unfinished near MetLife Stadium.
National TV simulcast to launch on Monday, March 24.
The New Jersey honor student who sued to get her parents to support her after she moved out of their home has reunited with her parents.
The Coalition for the Homeless said nearly 54,000 people stayed overnight at New York City homeless shelters in January.
Jimmy Failla, a comedian who used to drive yellow cabs, rented a taxi, put a snake in it and then recorded the reactions of horrified passengers
An explosion Wednesday morning leveled the structures, killing two people and injuring dozens more. Officials said a number of people are still missing.
Michael Maida, 44, turned himself into police Monday. He has been charged with sexual assault and risk of injury to a minor — both felonies.