City Council Looks Into Bringing Back Crosswalk System From Decades PastCity lawmakers are looking to bring back a crosswalk system that dates back to 1960s-era New York as part of a new plan to prevent car versus pedestrian accidents.
Tiny 20-By-97-Foot Brooklyn Home On The Market For Half A Million DollarsThe 20-by-97-foot lot features a long driveway and a tiny guest house. The asking price? $499,000.
Officials, Conservationists Balk At Plans To Place Barges Between Ellis Island And Liberty State ParkLocal officials, businesses, and conservationists said it will ruin views and disrupt ferry traffic in the historic part of New York harbor.
Fire Departments Work To Prevent, Reduce Damage From Brush Fires In LI Pine BarrensHigh winds and dry conditions could turn a few flames into a raging inferno. But new equipment could save lives and property.
Debris Falling From Van Wyck Overpass Is Creating Danger, Queens Residents SaySome Queens residents said a popular parking lot is turning into a danger zone, and they blamed falling debris.
Tri-State Area Dealing With Nasty Blast Of Wintry WeatherThe Tri-State area is dealing with a nasty blast of wintry weather.
Bitter Cold Befitting Of February Hovers Over Tri-StateThe skies were blue, the sunshine was bright, and fountains were turned on around Manhattan. But it felt more like a bright sunny day in February on Tuesday.
Wet, Miserable Monday Set To Give Way To Bitter ColdA mere three days after temperatures topped out near 80 degrees in much of the area, an early spring cold front on Monday brought a wintry blast to some in the Tri-State and bone-chilling miserable rain to others.
Fishing, Environmental Advocates Say DOT’s Drainage System Threatens Barnegat Bay FlounderThe blue water of Barnegat Bay was recently turned brown. The discoloration was temporary, but some people fear the damage it did might be permanent.
Spring Snowstorm Brings Slippery Roads, Not Much Accumulation Across Tri-StateThe snow stayed mostly on vehicles and grass while drivers found that treated road surfaces were clear during the morning rush.
Less Snow Predicted For Parts Of Tri-State Area As Spring Storm Moves InThe New York City Department of Sanitation has issued a snow preparedness alert ahead of forecasts of a potential snowstorm Sunday.
After Painstaking Sandy Repairs, Brick, N.J. Seniors Told To Raise HomesSome New Jersey seniors finally thought their troubles were over after Superstorm Sandy, but it seems like those troubles might just be beginning.

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