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Coupled with Washington’s victory over the Yankees, the Mets’ loss on Wednesday dropped them out of first place in the NL East for the first time since April 14.
Shortly after 3 p.m. police responded to a pedestrian struck at the corner of Amsterdam Avenue and West 113th Street in Morningside Heights.
Two U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agents were arrested Wednesday, on charges that they had a side business running a strip club in New Jersey where prostitution allegedly happened.
Mayor Bill de Blasio says the rebuilding of the World Trade Center and a thriving downtown Manhattan show that the 9/11 attackers lost.
People rescued by FDNY first responders have been reunited with those who saved them.
Federal prosecutors say a long-running investigation into a New Jersey street gang has ended with the arrests of 71 people on charges ranging from violence to drug-trafficking.
Fleet Week 2015 officially kicked off Wednesday with a parade of ships down the Hudson River.
Prendergast indicated the first place PTC would likely be installed is n the Metro-North’s New Haven line.
The Senate is expected to pass legislation banning variable-rate electric contracts for residential customers.
The exciting upgrades include new expanded restrooms, meaning no more long lines for ladies.
Two men have been arrested after the report of credit card theft uncovered their alleged operation in the Bronx.
The billboard near Yankee Stadium is raising some eyebrows over a very obvious error.
After 39 years as an Amtrak engineer, Robert’s first thought after hearing about the recent tragedy was fatigue.
Margo Pellegrino plans to do about 40 miles a day and along the way, she’ll be raising awareness of environmental conservation.
The four swastikas and profanity appeared scrawled in marker on a guard rail where 49th Street dead-ends near 18th Avenue in Borough Park.