The incident occurred around 10 p.m. as Noah Foxman was crossing Coney Island Avenue near Avenue K.
Bird watchers in New York City love to see the occasional hawk, but it’s a different story in one upscale Connecticut town. Residents in Fairfield say the birds of prey have become a menace.
The first flakes started falling in New York City about 2:30 a.m. By around noon, nearly three inches had fallen on the Upper West Side, around two inches in the Bronx and about an inch and a half in Central Park.
Police hope a sketch will help them find the man responsible for the latest incident in Cresskill. They also hope to find out if the same suspect is in any way connected to the other incidents in nearby towns.
At least one person is dead in a fire that engulfed a building Brooklyn. Over 130 firefighters responded to the Sunday morning blaze which, officials say, began on the bottom floor and worked its way up.
The buildings department is examining the billboard, looking at the bolts that held it in place and if it was built too close to the road.
State Sen. Tony Avella is calling on the city to provide more funding for curb and sidewalk repair and reduce the enormous wait time that residents are experiencing.
A holiday tragedy was averted thanks to the quick thinking and heroic actions of off-duty firefighter Steven Carl on Christmas night.
“Everybody knows when blood relations have offspring there can be genetic defects,” attorney Howard Greenberg said, adding that “it’s something that needs to be investigated.”
A sea of blue is descending on the Long Island community of Babylon this weekend as hundreds of police officers pay tribute to their fallen colleague, Peter Figoski, who was shot and killed last Monday while responding to a robbery in Brooklyn.
Police in New Jersey are investigating a string of burglaries in five Bergen County towns, including four in Leonia, over the course of four days.
When a Queens auto shop owner decided to build his office 32 years ago, a large tree with sentimental value to his family stood in the way. But instead of cutting it down he found a way around it.
A woman was found shot to death in a home in the Jamaica section of Queens on Saturday night, police said.
Councilman Dan Garodnick is introducing a bill that would require the city to re-assess parking signs every three years and help drivers decipher what they are reading.
We all know commuting in the Tri-State Area can be a major headache. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is hoping social media can help its customers on a daily basis.