Alex Silverman

Larry Selman, 'The Collector Of Bedford Street,' Honored With Street RenamingLarry Selman was a man who many thought would never be independent, but he defied the odds and ended up taking care of countless others.
First Hudson Yards Tower Reaches Its PeakThe 52-story 10 Hudson Yards is the first of more than a dozen skyscrapers Ron Wackrow, executive vice president of The Related Companies, is responsible for building.
NJ Priest Pleads Not Guilty To Pointing Musket At ChildA New Jersey priest accused of pointing an antique rifle at an 8-year-old boy is expected to enter a not guilty plea at his arraignment Tuesday.
Bergen County Initiative Aimed At Reducing Pedestrian FatalitiesDuring a two-week enforcement period starting Oct. 18, extra cops will be seen at cross-walks while undercover officers will be on patrol pretending to be pedestrians.
Buildings Department Revokes License For Contractor With Over $600,000 In FinesThe buildings department said work could could be stopped at more than 400 jobs until a new general contractor can be found.
Bill Providing Medical Help For 9/11 Responders Set To Expire At MidnightFederal officials responsible for administering the program warn that by February the program will start to face challenges
911 Operators' Lawsuit Against NYPD, City Granted Class-Action StatusA group sued two years ago, accusing the NYPD of forcing them to work 16- and even 24-hour shifts with barely any breaks.
Excitement Over Pope's Visit Builds In Queens' Little ArgentinaIn a slice of Queens they call Little Argentina, people are buzzing about Pope Francis' visit.
Cuomo Aide Shot Before West Indian Day Parade Is DeadAn aide to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has died nine days after he was shot in the crossfire between two gangs in the hours before the West Indian Day parade.
Cuomo, Christie Ask Obama To Pay For Half Of 'Fair' Plan For Hudson TunnelIn a letter Tuesday to President Barack Obama, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie say their states, along with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, would cover the rest of the project.
'Jaws' The Alligator Caught In Flushing Meadows Corona ParkThe NYPD had been on the lookout for the alligator after several reported sightings near Meadow Lake in Flushing Meadows Corona Park.
History Of Papal Visits To New York CityIt took 20 centuries for a pope to set foot in the United States, and since then New York City has become a popular stop for papal visits.