Forget magazine drives and candy sales. A cash-strapped high school near Philadelphia hopes to raise money by auctioning itself on eBay.
The city of Yonkers wants to get rid of stuff it doesn’t need anymore and make money at the same time, WCBS 880’s Paul Murnane reported.
It’s now easier than ever to get your hands on some surplus government property. More than 450 vehicles are up for sale from 15 different agencies.
You may sell things online as a hobby, but the government may now consider you a business and it will cost you.
Watch your nuggets, New York. Three years ago, an eagle-eyed Nebraska woman spotted a McDonald’s Chicken McNugget that she thought resembled George Washington.
The card, which he purchased for $1,000 on Feb. 6., was sold on the auction website Thursday.
A flurry of items have made their way to eBay since “Linsanity” began. Well, a new item is about to hit the online auction block. And it could be the biggest gainer yet.
Joan Hong says her Yorkie named Matsu was stolen off the street in Brooklyn. It is the third dognapping reported in the last month.
On Monday, CBS 2’s John Slattery told you of victims in Irvington, N.J. On Tuesday he unearthed more victims — this time in Yonkers.
They’re the backdrop at coffee shops, delis, and laundromats across New York City, but those flyers didn’t get there on their own. For one New Yorker, his canvas is the city; his paintbrush is a staple gun.
Police say William Mure took the check over to Porsche of Roslyn and bought himself a 2010 GT3.
Got at least $500,000 and a really, really big pool?
A veteran Long Island postal worker has been accused of stealing from his own customers, the same people who gave him holiday tips, year after year.
Kate Dawson Borough/Neighborhood: South Harlem Profession: Executive Assistant by day… writer/singer/performer by night Kate moved from Champaign, Illinois to NYC in the late 90s to be on the stage! After years of auditioning and working on Broadway, Off Broadway, and regionally […]