Tri-State Residents Dig Out From Season’s First SnowFollowing the first snowfall of the season, residents across the Tri-State Area broke out their shovels and snowblowers Sunday.
Man Arrested In Connection To Spate Of Burglaries On Long Island College CampusesPolice say 30-year-old Ronnie Garland of Dewitt, New York unlawfully entered several buildings throughout the campuses of Adelphi University and Long Island University Post.
Tips For Decorating Your Home For The Holidays Like A ProThe holidays are here, and there are countless ways to make your house look like a million bucks without spending a million bucks!
Fake Deliverymen Take Nearly $200,000 In Loot And Cash In Mill Basin Home InvasionNearly $200,000 worth of cash and jewels were taken during a home invasion in Brooklyn.
‘Wet Bandits’ Flood Long Island Home During BurglaryA bizarre and devastating calling card was left behind by burglars who ransacked a Long Island family's dream home.
Chipotle Worker Recognizes Customer From Brooklyn Home InvasionA woman who works at a Chipotle in Brooklyn said she recognized a customer as someone who broke into her home.
Real Estate Group Fears Tax Plan Could Lead To Housing Crisis On Long IslandNow that both the House and Senate have unveiled their plans, which slash or eliminate several deductions, including those for property taxes, many want to know what the proposals mean for them.
3 Firefighters Suffer Minor Injuries In Bronx Apartment Building FireThree firefighters suffered minor injuries Sunday when an extra-alarm fire ripped through multiple apartments in the Bronx.
Real Estate Developer Jona Rechnitz Resumes Testimony In Seabrook TrialA fourth day Tuesday on the witness stand for a real estate developer who accuses Mayor Bill de Blasio of taking part in pay-to-play politics.
Real Estate Developers Eye Streets Around Notoriously Toxic Gowanus CanalFrom toxic to trendy -- the area around the Gowanus Canal is suddenly hot.
De Blasio, Albanese Spar Over Mass Transit, Homelessness, Other IssuesMayor Bill de Blasio defended his record at a Democratic candidate debate Wednesday, while opponent Sal Albanese took the mayor to task on issues from homelessness to mass transit.
Move Over, Mom & Dad: Newest Real Estate Trend Aims To Please KidsReal estate agents and home designers are appealing to the smallest members of a home-buying family, who often have the biggest voices.

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