An adoption marathon for cats is under way at a Petco store on Stillwell Avenue in Brooklyn where Josephine Marrero of Brooklyn Rescue Umbrella is attempting to find dozens of furry friends new homes.
Barbara Berger said she has previously offered to keep just 10 of the cats, but the landlord of her apartment refused and said she could only keep 2.
Firefighters frantically searched through the pile of concrete, pulling five workers out. Investigators said concrete being poured between the metal pillars buckled the building.
Police released surveillance video of the suspect taken moments before the murder of Alla Kamenev.
The NYPD says a gunman shot Alla Kamenev several times in the torso just before noon on Thursday in Brighton Beach.
Service on the F subway line has resumed in Coney Island after workers repaired tracks damaged by a signal room fire that broke out near the West 8th Street station Friday.
What could be better than hitting the beach on a sizzling summer day? For savvy New Yorkers, it’s finding a beach that’s free, relatively close and subway accessible. Watch out for riptides and have fun! […]
With the last season of MTV’s Jersey Shore currently in production, other networks are clamoring for the opportunity to marginalize entire nationalities of people for being trashy, too.
What recession? A state report finds that Coney Island and Brighton Beach communities are bouncing back quickly from the economic downturn.
The wild shooting on the Brighton Beach Boardwalk that left 16-year-old Tysha Jones dead and four others wounded has area residents calling for serious changes in security procedures.
19-year-old Iloune Driver was being held without bail on murder charges following the shooting that left 16-year-old Tysha Jones dead.
Driver, 19, of Brooklyn has been charged with murder and assault. Tysha Jones, 16, was killed. Four other victims, young men in their twenties, were also shot.
Politicians, firefighters and Brooklyn residents rallied Sunday to save Ladder 161, one of the firehouses that could be closed by the city.
Weiner — through a spokeswoman — has acknowledged he had online contact with a 17-year-old girl in Delaware but said the communications were “neither explicit nor indecent.”
The incident began at around 5:20 p.m. Thursday. Police say one person approached a group of five sitting on a bench and opened fire, killing 16-year-old Tysha Jones.