State Senator Art Linares is urging ratepayers throughout Connecticut to sign his petition in opposition of a rate hike being requested by Connecticut Light & Power.
The state Public Utilities Regulatory Authority announced Monday its approval of higher standard service rates proposed by Connecticut Light & Power and United Illuminating.
According to a new study by the AARP, 70 percent of Long Islanders who expect to retire at some point said it’s likely they’ll leave the state.
AARP said Monday that many Baby Boomers plan to leave New York state as they retire — and take a slice of the state’s economy with them.
A fight is brewing over a request by Connecticut’s largest utility to raise rates by $232 million to upgrade equipment following destructive storms.
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Due to a rise of fatalities and injuries, national experts on pedestrian street safety conducted a guided walking audit of Long Island’s deadliest thoroughfares Thursday.
The 31-year-old con man in federal custody is currently awaiting sentencing in California for his role in the grandparent scam.
Joyner-Kersee and is working with The Black Women’s Agenda and AARP on their “Because We Care” initiative, which kicked off a 14-city tour Saturday in New York.
A recent AARP survey found that nearly two-thirds of baby boomers preparing for retirement will move out of the city because it is too expensive.
When New Yorkers over 55 lose their jobs, it takes them about four months longer to find a new one than their younger counterparts, according to a new study by AARP.
The exchange between 69-year-old George McDonald and 48-year-old Anthony Weiner was all caught on camera during the forum at Hunter College.
Mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner made waves Tuesday, when he called a Republican rival “grandpa” during a confrontation at a forum sponsored by the AARP.
Personal attacks, name calling and even an arrest highlighted Tuesday’s mayoral forum at Hunter College.
Verizon spokesman Lee Gierczynski said Sandy damaged the old copper telephone wire network in the community beyond repair. He said the company does not intend to rebuild the lines or bring in a fiber-optic cable system.