A contingent of plows and personnel from Suffolk County is headed north to help with snow removal in Buffalo.
The decision to postpone or potentially relocate the game rests with the NFL. The league has been in constant contact with the Bills since the storm began, but has not yet made an announcement.
The campaign manager for Rob Astorino, Andrew Cuomo’s Republican challenger in this month’s gubernatorial race, told the New York Post that the incumbent Democratic governor reached a political deal with Senate Republican leader Dean Skelos.
Declaring “New York City is Ebola free,” Mayor Bill de Blasio hugged Dr. Craig Spencer after he walked out of Bellevue Hospital Tuesday as medical team members cheered and applauded.
The legislation authored by Sen. William Larkin, a Hudson Valley Republican and combat veteran of World War II, would amend current law that provides up to three years’ credit toward public employee pensions for military service during hostilities.
Sixty-percent of voters approved borrowing $2 billion for tech upgrades in schools.
A victory by Cuomo over Astorino would make him the first Democratic governor since his father, Mario Cuomo, to win re-election in New York.
Thirteen years after the 9/11 terrorist attack, the resurrected World Trade Center is again opening for business.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Republican challenger Rob Astorino are making their final push in the race for governor before Election Day.
New Jersey’s protocol to manage patients being screened for possible Ebola includes providing financial assistance to anyone who loses income because of a state-ordered quarantine.
Cuomo, De Blasio To Create Program Encouraging Medical Workers To Treat Ebola Patients In West Africa
New York state and New York City will create a program to offer financial incentives and employment protections to encourage medical workers to go to West Africa to fight Ebola.
On the second anniversary of the day Superstorm Sandy devastated New York, many people are still recovering — and waiting for funding.
A nurse who was forcibly quarantined at a hospital isolation unit in New Jersey after testing negative for Ebola has been released.
Residents of Dr. Craig Spencer’s building on 147th Street are trying to stay calm after he tested positive for the disease on Thursday.
Dr. Craig Spencer, a member of Doctors Without Borders, became the city’s first Ebola patient on Thursday.