Bed bugs have been frustrating New Yorkers for years, piggybacking on clothes, hitching rides in taxis, and worst of all cozying up in bed at night.
Bedbugs were reported on yet another subway train Monday, when a conductor reported she was bitten on an N Train.
Bedbugs have infested a New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene office building in Long Island City, Queens, according to a published report.
On Saturday anybody who bought books during the sale can bring them to the parking lot across the street for treatment.
Researchers at Stony Brook University have developed what is essentially a man-made spider web that stops bugs in their tracks.
These days, book borrowers may be taking home more than they bargained for from their local library.
Did you ever see “Final Destination?” You can’t cheat death—or bed bugs. It’s only a matter of time.
Not only do offices have to worry about keeping bed bugs out of the workplace, they also have to try to keep employees from blaming each other for the problem.
Warm weather, tourism season and summer camps are all likely to add up to more bedbug infestations in the Tri-State area.
A household pest is rearing it’s smelly head. It first turned up in Pennsylvania back in the 1990s and has continued to spread into the Tri-State Area. Now it’s threatening fresh fruit crops in our area.
“If you’re a bed bug in the city of New York, today could be your last day. We are biting back,” City Council Speaker Christine Quinn said.
The Jersey City Board of Education says officials are trying to confine the critters to the third floor of School 23 on Romaine Avenue.
A prestigious Stamford school is the latest battlefield in the war on bedbugs.
The creepy crawlers are taking a bite out of Bergen Community College’s annual coat and clothing drive.
A Long Island woman claims her one night at the Waldorf Astoria hotel has cost her $13,000 because her room was infested with bedbugs that came home with her.