The plan includes an overhaul of the city’s recycling program, incentives to reduce waste and tacit support for the City Council’s plan to dramatically reduce the use of plastic shopping bags.
Spring Creek Towers comprises 46 buildings and 5,881 residential units. Some 15,000 people live there.
A couple in their 80s and another man and woman were killed in a carbon monoxide incident in Floral Park, Queens Friday afternoon.
The Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City, chaired by First Lady Chirlane McCray, announced $125,000 has been raised to help those impacted by the tragedy.
A mechanical problem created a smoke condition in a New York City subway tunnel east of Grand Central Terminal, stalling trains and leaving hundreds stranded.
According to the report, the sculpture weighs 100 pounds and was attached in a way that will make it easy to remove.
Just before 4:30 a.m., a 2001 Nissan Maxima was traveling eastbound on the Grand Central Parkway in Jamaica and lost control coming off the roadway, police said.
Vacation plans have been put on hold for many families in one New Jersey community after the Board of Education cut spring break in half at the last minute.
The Westchester District Attorney’s Office has launched an investigation after symbols of hate were discovered on the SUNY Purchase campus.
Your commute into New York City is going to cost you more as MTA fare and toll hikes went into effect Sunday.
The dead are children ranging in age from 5 to 15 years old, and they are believed to be family members, New York Fire Department spokesman Jim Long said.
The Wildcats are seeded first overall in the tournament and tops in the Midwest Region, in search of six more wins for a perfect season.
Public Advocate Letitia James rallied parents, teachers and other education advocates, demanding more funding for public schools from Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Four teenagers have been arrested, a fifth is in custody and a sixth is still on the run in the case of a vicious beating of another teen at a Brooklyn McDonald’s.
The study by William Paterson University says the intersections of 34th Street and Sixth, Seventh and Eighth avenues as well as 42nd Street at Sixth and Eighth avenues are where you will find some of the most distracted pedestrians in the city.