A review by The Associated Press has concluded that a traffic jam on the George Washington Bridge deliberately orchestrated by members of Gov. Chris Christie’s staff did not lead to anyone’s death or seriously compromise their medical care.
An SUV driver accused of causing a wreck in Meriden that killed two children and injured three other people was charged with reckless driving and other crimes Sunday.
The funeral for Army Staff Sgt. Timothy McGill will be held at St. Paul’s Church on Wyckoff Avenue in Ramsey.
A military honor guard is escorting the body of Army Staff Sgt. Timothy McGill from Teterboro Airport to his hometown of Ramsey.
Many communities coast-to-coast have lost brave men and women in service to the United States, and Ramsey, N.J., has lost three young men in three years.
Twelve years after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the death toll has continued to grow.
From Montauk to Queens there has been a dramatic uptick in bottle nosed dolphin deaths over the past month, experts said. There were 17 this month, compared to just 3 in July, 2012.
A mainstay in the White House Press Room, Thomas worked for United Press and Hearst Newspapers. She covered every president since the Eisenhauer Administration.
Researchers at the Marine Animal Disease Laboratory at Stony Brook University are investigating what could be killing hundreds of cocktail bluefish discovered this week in and around the Shinnecock Bay.
A man and woman were found dead Sunday in an Upper West Side apartment, in what police said was a murder-suicide.
An alarming new report Monday showed a dramatic increase in the number of New York City mothers dying during and after delivering children.
A man’s legs were severed by a subway train in the Bronx Saturday night, and another man was killed by a train in Manhattan Sunday morning – bringing the total number of subway-related deaths or injuries to seven in the past week.
Police have released the identities and information on the deaths of many of the 32 people who lost their lives to Superstorm Sandy in New York City.
Health officials say there have been 13 human cases of West Nile virus infection in New York so far this year, including the deaths of two older people.
A father and son were found dead in the Bronx on Saturday.