That is what Christmas is all about; the giving of yourself in service to someone else.
Five attached stores were destroyed after a fire broke out on West 145th Street Friday.
The university says 500 of the applicants were rejected and the remaining 2,000 were deferred, meaning they must wait until April 1 for a decision.
Residents at the three-story building got out safely, but three young children and their mother were forced to jump out of windows to escape.
Maria Oliva Guaman-Guaman was arrested Tuesday in Spring Valley. Police Chief Paul Modica said the 23-year-old woman strangled her newborn son last month.
Children are taking a look at their parents’ cell phones and computer history in an attempt to figure out what their getting for Christmas.
Soon-to-return NYPD Commissioner William Bratton was making the rounds with Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio Saturday, including a stop at the Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network.
Five people were arrested, and one person was injured, after a man began ranting and got into a confrontation with other passengers on a subway train this week.
A portion of 35th Avenue in Astoria has been blocked off with gates for what’s being called The Backlot at Kaufman Studios.
Little John “Buddy” Abrams has terminal brain cancer and cannot get on a plane because of the cabin pressure.
With Thanksgiving here and gone and Chanukah in full effect, the mad rush of the holiday shopping season officially kicks off with Black Friday.
Heavy rain and winds began sweeping through the area Tuesday night, causing holiday travel head aches for some early Wednesday.
The allegations come on the heels of a scandal involving claims of racial profiling by employees at major retailers.
Four suspects were being held Saturday morning in a string of violent attacks in Brooklyn, known as the “knockout game.”
The alleged fraud involves the WIC (Women, Infant and Children) food stamp program.