It’s the last chance for New Jersey residents to weigh in on new proposed beach acces laws at hearing on Long Beach Island.
Girl Scout Elle Malinow has sold hundreds of boxes of Girl Scout cookies, but she’s never tasted one. The 7-year-old Dix Hills girl has celiac disease which means her diet has to be gluten-free.
Millions of people will hitting the beach this Memorial Day weekend and if you live in the Tri-state area, you have a lot of beaches to choose from.
Special sections for people with celiac, their families, friends and anyone else who wants to support the cause have been set aside at the stadium for the game. The Mets will be playing the division rival Philadelphia Phillies.
With gas prices creeping close to $4/gallon or topping $4 in some New York City locations, many travelers are planning ahead for the upcoming Memorial Day weekend.
If you’ve always wanted to stand up while riding a roller coaster then your dream has come true.
For seniors at Herbert H. Lehman High School, who are getting ready for prom, things are pretty tight – and we don’t just mean the dresses.
More and more, pricey carriages have started vanishing from sidewalks and front porches and ending up in chop shops.
Laurie and Alex Esarco, who have two dogs, are praising their Cocker Spaniel, Oscar, who got their attention when flames engulfed the front of their Flemington home.
There was a contentious hearing Tuesday on NYC’s controversial pedestrian plaza program. One city councilman demanded that the Department of Transportation get back to basics and fix roads.
While Mayor Bloomberg says there’s no specific threat against the Big Apple after the death of Osama bin Laden, the NYPD was taking no chances.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg says Americans have kept their promise after Sept. 11 to capture or kill Osama bin Laden.
Nearly one-fourth of those killed in the Sept. 11 attacks were New Jersey residents. Middletown lost 37 residents that day, the second highest 9/11 toll among New Jersey towns.
Jews marking the eight-day remembrance of the ancient Israelites leaving Egypt after being freed from slavery must sanctify their homes.
Two Staten Island parents said they were just trying to teach their badly behaved 6-year-old a lesson, but police said they were punished for trying to dump their daughter at a precinct house.