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Owners of businesses near New York City transit hub Pennsylvania Station are complaining to authorities about panhandlers.
In a shocking case of mistaken delivery, a local dentist received a UPS box filled with marijuana – and he has no idea how it happened.
While the images of the earthquake and tsunami devastation in Japan are fresh in the minds of many Americans, some groups are still at work to help the people of Haiti, the Caribbean nation still recovering from its deadly quake in January 2010.
A New Jersey first-grade teacher who allegedly posted derogatory comments about her students on her Facebook page has been suspended.
The New York Times Travel Show on Saturday had the Javits Center explored all of your options. There was something there for everyone: From vacation home rentals to travel in Asia and Caribbean to cruises to Alaska.
New York Rep. Peter King and Arizona Sen. John McCain plan to reintroduce a congressional resolution urging a pardon for boxer Jack Johnson.
“It’s a massive effort that we do each year to be able to count the number of people who are on the street,” says the city’s commissioner of homeless services.
As the city faces education budget cuts, the question of which teachers will lose their jobs is being raised.
During one of the coldest nights of the year, volunteers will be out counting the number of homeless on the streets.
Sen. Eric Adams said parents need proper information to prevent young people from committing violent acts and hopes his citywide multimedia offensive will help combat the problem.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani said on Sunday that lawmakers should examine gun control and the handling of the mentally ill in the wake of last weekend’s shootings in Tucson.
The demise of the 41-story former Deutsche Bank building is at least as welcome to its neighbors as the construction of new trade center towers.
A Manhattan lawyer representing some passengers who were stranded on an A train in Queens for seven hours last week says it was a hostile and unsanitary environment.
Gov.-Elect Andrew Cuomo is hitting the ground running as he prepares to start his new job on Jan. 1, 2011. He’s even getting an early start. Cuomo will take the oath of office two hours early at 10 p.m. on Friday.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Wednesday that the city will concentrate more equipment on residential areas where problems remain after the weekend blizzard.