A shocking scene unfolded on a subway train in Far Rockaway, Queens, this week, when a man whipped out a gun and forced another man to the ground – all to help a woman in trouble.
The first anniversary of superstorm Sandy has come and gone, but the rebuilding continues.
After seven months of limited service and an estimated $650 million in hurricane damage, regular service on the A train is rolling through the Rockaways.
Police were still investigating the cause of the accident. Cross Bay Boulevard was to remain shut down in both directions for an indefinite period of time, officials said.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Friday that the NYC Rapid Repairs program is expected to complete all its work next week.
A Queens community still reeling from superstorm Sandy now has one of its most treasured gathering places back.
Police Tuesday were asking for the public’s help in finding three suspects wanted in connection with 12 different thefts in Queens.
Commuters just can’t catch a break. Fares and tolls will be going on up virtually everyone commuting or driving into and around New York City.
New Yorkers still struggling to recover from Superstorm Sandy were trying to find a reason to cheer this New Year’s Eve.
Nearly two months after Sandy residents of Breezy Point are still trying to piece their lives back together.
The North Shore-LIJ mobile medical van made a stop in Broad Channel on Wednesday to help bring medical care to those affected.
Despite the devastation from superstorm Sandy, a Brooklyn firehouse will continue with a thanksgiving week tradition.
The sight of a working traffic signal and a few lights was a big lift Wednesday evening, but in Broad Channel, Queens, but residents found the nor’easter to be a cold slap in the face from Mother Nature.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg says the city expects that it will have to find housing for 30,000 to 40,000 people.
The storm surge also tossed boats onto Cross Bay Boulevard and tossed cars around like toys.