PATH train service from Hoboken and Jersey City to New York will remain suspended through the evening rush hour due to power cable issues.
Good news for PATH commuters: Service has resumed after an electrical fire disrupted service all morning on the Journal Square to 33rd Street and 33rd Street to Hoboken lines Monday.
A worker was killed Monday afternoon after failing from a building at the northern edge of Chelsea.
The Port Authority says the Hoboken to World Trade Center line and the Journal Square to 33rd Street line are suspended. The Newark to World Trade Center line is operating with delays.
A federal judge ruled this week that exotic dancers at a Midtown strip club are protected by labor laws and entitled to be paid at least a minimum wage.
The incident occurred just days after another gay couple was beaten near Madison Square Garden following a New York Knicks playoff game on May 5.
Police on Saturday were investigating a shooting that left a man dead and three others injured in a public housing development in Coney Island, Brooklyn.
Police on Tuesday were asking for help form from the public in finding a man who impersonated a police officer as he robbed another man near Madison Square Garden and Penn Station.
The line had been running weekdays from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. to accommodate overnight work related to Superstorm Sandy.
Crews have been working around-the-clock to get the station back up and running since Superstorm Sandy hit nearly two months ago.
Amtrak, which maintains the tunnel, was forced to divert its own trains and NJ TRANSIT’s more numerous ones to the only other tube, which caused the delays.
PATH trains are rolling again between New Jersey and New York City after repairs were made to a broken rail.