There are enough secrets in the Big Apple to surprise even lifelong New Yorkers, you just need to know where to look.
An extra-alarm fire was raging Thursday evening in a brownstone on the Upper West Side.
The Internal Revenue Service is threatening to take her home, claiming Judith O’Csay owes $250,000 in back taxes.
The fire broke out inside the fourth floor of a brownstone at 977 Grant Avenue. The call came in around 3:10 Sunday morning. It took 60 firefighters about a half an hour to bring the fire under control.
A timeless piece of New York history is on sale. It’s hosted movies and television shows and is home to a pair of successful actors. Not a lot has changed in 125 years at 126 W. 87th St..
A Brooklyn Law School student is challenging the summons he received from the police after drinking on a friend’s stoop the evening of July 4th.
Twenty-one adults and six children are homeless, some from four-story brownstone and others from neighboring buildings that were also evacuated as crews prepare to tear the building down.
The side of the brownstone at 24 Carroll St., came crumbling down around 1:30 a.m. Monday with a family of six sleeping on the top floor, including three children, ages 8, 6 and an infant.
Thomas Parkin was convicted May 3 on charges including grand larceny and mortgage fraud and was sentenced Monday to 13 2/3 to 41 years in prison.
Residents on the Upper East Side claim vibrations from the regular blasting at the Second Avenue subway construction site is damaging their historic brownstone properties.
Fire marshals investigating a deadly blaze in a Bushwick brownstone Tuesday said a 5-year-old boy started the fire while playing with a lighter on a mattress.