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Hoboken Tapping Into Water From Weehawken As Crews Repair Broken Mains; Boil Advisory LiftedA boil water advisory has been temporarily lifted, but officials warned that it may be enacted again once the Jersey City main is repaired to ensure water was not contaminated.
Westchester Nurse Brings Thanksgiving To Patients Stuck In HospitalOne nurse brings holiday spirit to Westchester Medical Center by throwing an early Thanksgiving meal for heart transplant patients.
Federal Tax Credit On Home Solar Panels To Expire In 2016Homeowners are rushing to take advantage of the opportunity to save money and switch to a renewable energy source, but is solar power really right for your residential home?
Pandas In New York? It Could Be A PossibilityCongresswoman Carloyn Maloney is advocating for New York to bring pandas to New York zoos as part of a loan program with the Chinese government.
Brooklyn Bridge Park Sculpture Ties Together Two New York ExpressionsDeborah Kass said it doesn't matter which side you see the sculpture from or which word resonates more with you, she just hopes people identify with her artwork.
Goats Spotted Grazing Off Garden State ParkwayThere's a duo of goats on the lam in New Jersey, and officials are trying to herd them back to safety.
Residents In Gerritsen Beach Still Looking At Sandy-Damaged Boats 3 Years LaterThe Parks Department said it expects to have all Sandy-damaged boats and debris removed from New York City's waterways by the end of next year.
Midtown Restaurant ‘Ocean Prime’ Designed With Volume In MindRestaurants have become noisy places. To establish a new look, some places have also dialed up the volume.
Much-Needed Rain Impacting Tri-State Area; Tidal Flooding Causes HeadachesWednesday marked the first significant rain event in our area since early October, and for many, it made for a wet and miserable time.
Too Many Acorns? One Seasonal Myth DebunkedFalling acorns are a sign of the season. But this year, there seems to be an acorn explosion. Why?
Non-Profit Teaches Released Convicts To Create Home Furnishings And New LivesOne non-profit has developed a way to gainfully employ former prisoners and turn them into entrepreneurs.
Don't Get Stuck In The Gutter: Expert Tips For Winterizing Your HomeIndustry experts share their tips on how to make sure your home is ready for the cold winter months.
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