Researchers at Ohio State University have found that people with low blood sugar are more likely to lash out at their partners.
The flowers we normally see blooming this time of year aren’t, and the weather is largely to blame.
Beach prep has started on Long Island. For the next seven weeks crews will be working hard to get Jones Beach ready for summer crowds.
Researchers analyzed 30 years worth of data, tracking the different ways parents participate in their children’s academic lives — helping with homework, observing a child’s class and volunteering at their school — and the impact they have.
According to Toms River, N.J. police, Christopher M. Miller was arrested for allegedly stealing the cash register drawer from a Stride Rite shoe store on March 22. He was released from South Woods State Prison in Bridgeton, N.J. on March 21.
Imagine sending your child on a school trip only to get a phone call in the middle of the night saying they’re stranded about 1,000 miles from home.
A group of Garden State high school students were on their way overseas Tuesday to run in a very special race.
A single cup of latte costs $10 at Budin, a Scandinavian coffee bar in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. The drink is a licorice-flavored Danish brew.
Kelly Hyland was a world away from the set of “Dance Moms”, the series that made her famous. The show follows a dance team as they rehearse, travel, and compete each week.
As if there hadn’t been enough of them already, yet another winter storm is coming – and just in time to make the Monday morning commute a disaster.
Dorothy Krakovsky was a single mother and a U.S. Navy reservist during World War II. Now, after 50 years as a frustrated artist, some of her recent work is on display at the Soapbox Gallery in Brooklyn.
Several snowstorms forced city officials to suspend the rules for much of February, but now enough snow has been removed or melted.
In the most recent issue of New York Magazine, the actor said the paparazzi have become more aggressive with the city’s celebrity residents.
Sidewalks around many buildings have been cordoned because of falling icicles and rock-hard chunks of frozen snow, a situation that experts warn could get worse over the next few days as a thaw sets in.
Weekly snowstorms are creating major headaches across the Tri-State area and things are likely to get worse before they get better.