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Rabbi Schapiro said he’s seen a lot of development in the area.
Scott Shea, 30, was arrested Monday and charged with leaving the scene of an accident.
Muhammad Wilkerson said he can understand why he got ejected in the third quarter of the Jets’ 31-24 loss to the Packers, but other things that went on during the game seemed to suggest there wasn’t a level playing field.
The groups are urging New Yorkers to go without using paper or plastic bags from now through Sept. 21.
“I challenge all the fans in New York to be louder. And you know what? In order for them to be louder, we have to give them something to be loud about.”
Authorities said the chase began in Lyndhurst over a stolen vehicle and ended around 2:34 a.m. with shots fired at the intersection of Rutherford Avenue and Ridge Road in Rutherford.
Those in favor and against a plan to expand a natural gas pipeline through New York City’s northern suburbs showed up in force at a hearing Monday night.
Reggie Bush is rushing to the defense of Adrian Peterson, saying he too would “harshly” discipline his young child.
Retired slugger Gary Sheffield says he never hit his kids with a tree branch, but he would threaten them with a belt if necessary.
Jacob deGrom struck out his first eight batters to match a major league record before the Miami Marlins finally started making contact Monday night and rallied late for a 6-5 victory over the New York Mets.
Ben Zobrist hit a game-ending single with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning, lifting the Tampa Bay Rays over the New York Yankees 1-0 on Monday night.
A preliminary analysis of the security in New York and New Jersey will be complied within 10 days.
Billy Crystal, Sen. Charles Schumer: Feds Should Pay To Replace Long Beach Trees Lost In Superstorm Sandy
The actor and Sen. Charles Schumer held a news conference Monday calling on the federal government to foot the bill for replacing more than 2,500 trees lost in Superstorm Sandy, 1010 WINS’ Mona Rivera reported.
It happened around 9:30 p.m. Friday at the Crema Restaurant on West 17th Street.
There has been so much interest in SheRides from women who want female cabbies that the company is holding off for now on launching the app in New York City.