Police were searching Friday evening for a suspect who allegedly took $4,400 from a prospective tenant at a Lower East Side apartment he did not really own or represent.
With warm weather and clear skies, heading out for a camping trip is one of America’s most popular excursions. Here are some of the best money-saving tips while camping.
In place of tiny columns with cryptic abbreviations of a car’s conditions, the Internet boasts searchable listings with generous detail and expansive photo galleries.
When you need your old car gone in a hurry, there are several good ways to balance minimizing the hassle and getting the best price.
The consumer group is known for protecting people from all sorts of scams, but it recently became the victim of one.
As the surge in ticket sales shows, it is in everyone’s best interests for California Chrome to be at Belmont Park on June 7.
The pair allegedly took deposits from eight people totaling $7,000. Police said they pocketed the cash and never rented out the Port Jefferson Station room.
The Subway Series is over, but we have another winner. That would be us, because we get to watch this video.
Used positive pregnancy tests can be found for sale all over the Internet. And those involved said people are snapping them up – with less-than-ethical motivations.
Three men have been arrested for allegedly selling fake tickets to New York Giants games, and a renewed call has been issued to be careful where you buy.
Rabbi Noah Muroff of New Haven purchased the desk for $150.
The Brooklyn District Attorney’s office has shut down five “spas” that were allegedly fronts for prostitution, and indicted 12 people.
Paul Marquez, 23, was charged with endangering the welfare of a child, harassment and a social service violation of authority to place or board out children. He was being held in lieu of $1,000 bail.
Paul Marquez, 23, posted an ad on the website twice late last month offering a baby for sale for $100, law enforcement sources said.
A recent study found, perhaps unsurprisingly, that the largest number of New Yorkers who place Missed Connections posts on Craigslist find their objects of adoration on the subway.