Governor Andrew Cuomo has offered some New York residents who were affected by Sandy money to relocate.
An unreleased state report found potential health impacts from fracking are addressed in the Department of Environmental Conservation’s regulatory plan, making a separate health impact study unnecessary.
The Bills have reached a ten-year extension on their lease at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
Who was the apple of New Yorker’s eyes during and after Hurricane Sandy?
At 4 p.m. Tuesday, one lane in the Manhattan-bound tube opened for buses and one lane for cars, the MTA said.
Authorities in both states were helping bring some displaced voters to their polling sites and directing others to cast ballots elsewhere.
Disaster unemployment benefits are available to provide financial support to anyone who has lost their job and live or work in the Bronx, Kings, New York, Richmond, Queens, Nassau, Suffolk, Rockland and Westchester counties.
For a moment, let’s celebrate the way Americans pull together in the face of crisis, damage and loss, and thank those of you who, whether you do it for a living or volunteer, help those in need.
White has long resisted the idea of forming a women’s division, but much of his change in thinking is due to the success of Ronda Rousey, the most dominant female fighter in mixed martial arts.
President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney come face to face for the first time in this presidential campaign tonight for a nationally televised debate that will give millions of Americans a chance to size up two fierce competitors.
The report is being released Wednesday one year after the Port Authority increased tolls on its Hudson River crossings.
Governor Andrew Cuomo ordered dozens of public hearings to make sure all questions about a new Tappan Zee bridge are answered.
The governor who had inserted himself into a New York City taxi cab dispute last year said the lockout since June 30 threatens power to millions of New Yorkers during a long, hot summer.
NY Issues More Than 20,000 Tickets For Texting At The Wheel In First Year Of Distracted Driving Crackdown
Authorities in New York report issuing more than 20,000 tickets to motorists in the first year under a tougher law against using handheld electronics while driving.
Amid a recent trend of abuse and violence involving prescription painkillers, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman Wednesday lauded a new measure aimed at stemming the problem.