The city’s Roman Catholic archbishop celebrated Mass Sunday at St. Patrick’s Cathedral on Fifth Avenue.
The event is in its eighth year and record stores, once thought to be a dying breed, have been making a comeback. Two shops have opened in Brooklyn in the past few months.
A picturesque Rockland County village has become the epicenter of sadness, as family and friends prepared to say goodbye the victims of the heartbreaking boating accident on the Hudson River.
It’s not the first time that it has happened, but there was a recent shark sighting at Atlantic Beach in Hempstead, and evidence shows that it may be the second sighting inside of a week.
The toddler apparently squeezed past an air-conditioning unit before crawling out of the window. A pharmacy worker across the street noticed the baby’s activity and jumped into action.
Air traffic was shut down at LaGuardia Airport early Monday evening, after a plane’s nose gear collapsed after landing.
Operators logged about 100 calls during the outage. The glitch didn’t affect the FDNY’s side of the 911 system.
A freight train derailment in the Bronx has forced service on Metro-North’s Hudson line to be suspended indefinitely, the transit agency announced Thursday night.
A violent road rage attack on an elderly man has a community concerned. It turns out the alleged suspect is a veteran.
Irene’s floodwaters heavily damaged so many properties that many homeowners stopped fighting with insurance companies and stopped paying their mortgages.
Under the proposed ordinance approved unanimously by the Cresskill Borough Council Wednesday evening, Cresskill residents have 10 minutes to get off the field or out of the pool if the new lightning detection system goes off, or face a fine of up to $1,000.
A Roselle Park, N.J. mother has been arrested, after her 2-year-old daughter was found alone in a smoky apartment.
A grandmother had been missing for nearly two days Monday night, after disappearing from her home in Yonkers.
It’s a proposal that could make Brooklyn a bit more mellow, a push to prevent large and unruly gatherings by forcing people to get permission to party.
According to the suit filed by 120 homeowners, the Long Island Power Authority and National Grid failed to de-energize the power grid ahead of superstorm Sandy.