The creepy crawlers are taking a bite out of Bergen Community College’s annual coat and clothing drive.
Some travelers who had arranged trips to New York said they were creeped out about staying in hotels and visiting attractions as new reports of bedbugs seem to pop up every few days.
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.
It’s nothing to sing about. Lincoln Center says it has detected bedbugs at the complex’s opera house.
The discovery was made in a dressing room of its David H. Koch Theater. It’s the home of the New York City Ballet and the New York City Opera.
Palisades Center is bedbug free. That’s the word from the mall’s general manager.
Mayor Bloomberg tells David Letterman he thinks being governor is a “terrible job” and he’s not embarrassed to be ranked the 10th richest person in the nation.
Apartment dwellers have a new layer of protection against pesky bedbugs. A new law signed by the governor forces landlords to disclose a one-year history of bedbug infestations.
New York City is no stranger to being #1, but residents might not be too proud of the latest list which the Big Apple finds itself at the top of.
It survived the Depression, a bomber crash and King Kong’s climb, but can the Empire State Building withstand a bedbug infestation?
Bedbugs have been invading New York City, popping up at public establishments in Times Square, SoHo, and Brooklyn recently. Now, many residents are wondering what they can do to stave off the bugs.
So who is the latest victim of the city’s bedbug infestation? That would be Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes’ office located at 350 Jay St.