Sidewalks around many buildings have been cordoned because of falling icicles and rock-hard chunks of frozen snow, a situation that experts warn could get worse over the next few days as a thaw sets in.
The Sanitation Department said on Friday that its workers were loading 365 salt spreaders, attaching plows and preparing chains for Saturday’s dusting.
Black Friday might feel like a holiday — but it’s not. At least not when it comes to the city’s parking regulations, WCBS 880′s Jim Smith reported.
There is a new push to reduce the speed limit from 30 to 20 mph on many residential streets, CBS 2′s Don Champion reported.
For now, the 24-year-old Harvey and the Mets hope that he will be able to avoid reconstruction surgery on the ulnar collateral ligament. A full prognosis will not be made until swelling in the elbow goes down in about two weeks.
Under the measure, the city’s 13,000 Muni Meters would be required to deactivate when parking rules are not in effect or when receipt paper is not available.
A new bill calls for the meters to be deactivated when parking rules are not in effect or when receipt paper is not available.
Currently, if a driver deposits cash into a Muni Meter when payment isn’t required, there’s no way to get a refund.
The Oct. 8 incident at the ALIYA Center on East New York Avenue in Crown Heights is being investigated by the Internal Affairs Bureau and the Brooklyn district attorney.
From eye doctors to a neurologist, no one could figure out what was wrong with Aidan Jack Seeger until an MRI uncovered that Aidan had called Adrenoleukodystrophy or ALD.
Brooklyn lawmakers are vowing to find those responsible after six swastikas were found painted on multiple locations in Borough Park Friday morning.
Drivers in the city know what it’s like to cut it close at the muni-meters or get one of the much-maligned stickeds on their cars. Now, after the City Council vote, New Yorkers will get a break.
Council members from all five boroughs are vowing to stop a Bloomberg administration plan to charge non-profits for garbage pickup.
Politicians, business owners, and residents fuming over water bills that have gone sky high since New York City began installing automated meter readers protested on the steps of City Hall on Monday.
A new poll says a majority of New Yorkers like the sticker policy, even though the City Council recently voted to get rid of it.