If you live in a certain outer borough, you might have felt an extra sense of pride Tuesday night.
Most of us have at least heard of “Typhoid Mary.” But Pearl River author Mary Beth Keane tells a fascinating story about Mary Mallon in her new book “Fever.”
“The dolphin was diving and swimming normally and there were no observable injuries noted,” The Riverhead Foundation for Marine Research and Preservation wrote on its Facebook page.
A man’s body was found Wednesday afternoon along the East River on the Upper East Side.
The dolphin appeared to be swimming in circles between Manhattan and Queens. It could be seen bobbing up to the surface every 20-30 seconds.
Three people suffered fatal injuries when the helicopter plunged into the East River shortly after takeoff the 34th Street helipad on Oct. 4, 2011.
One of the permanent memorials to late former New York City Mayor Ed Koch will be the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge and indelible in our memories will be Koch welcoming us to it.
A crane operator and a contractor didn’t inspect equipment, failed to take proper precautions and ran the rig unsafely before it collapsed while building a New York City apartment tower and injured seven construction workers, officials said Wednesday.
“All of the great that happened, the foundation that Mayor Giuliani built during his term and that Mike Bloomberg has built on top of that, they’re quite fragile,” he told WCBS 880 morning anchors Michael Wallace and Pat Carroll.
Subway service resumed Friday for parts of the New York City Subway system knocked out by superstorm Sandy.
A federal report released Thursday found a helicopter that crashed into the East River off New York City on a sightseeing tour last year, killing three passengers, was carrying too much weight.
The South Street Seaport Museum reopened to visitors Monday for the first time since Superstorm Sandy, and was set to launch two new exhibits on Friday.
Monday’s commute for Long Island Rail Road passengers will finally be back to normal, more than a month after superstorm Sandy forced service to be limited.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is still in a recovery state after the hit it took from superstorm Sandy, but there is some good news for straphangers.
For those trying to cross the East River, there is good news.