Teal is the color of food allergy awareness, and the grass roots initiative encourages people to provide non-food treats on Halloween.
Nearly two years after Superstorm Sandy, two friends in one Queens neighborhood are finally back in their own homes.
Participants said they were symbolically dying on 91st Street and York because they believe the marine transfer station under construction there could kill them.
Many of these systems are so error-prone or complex that they require more concentration from drivers rather than less, according to the studies.
Don’t let the 70-degree temperatures fool you. Experts say now is the time to get your home heating system ready for winter.
Rooms at Bellevue Hospital Center are being prepped to handle patients with the potentially deadly illness, and information posters have been sent to emergency rooms across New York City.
Is someone poisoning the pooches in one Queens neighborhood? Some pet owners think so because several dogs have gotten sick after their daily walk in a popular park.
A dog run near a Native American memorial in the Bronx is an insult, according to historians.
If you want to see the most vibrant colors this early in the season you’ll have to take a road trip. Peak viewing in the Tr-State Area is just a few weeks away.
Tuesday was the first full day of autumn and experts say the perfect time to clean up your lawn and fall into gardening.
With a little more than 48 hours until the start of Rosh Hashanah, kosher bakeries are busy preparing the breads and cakes eaten to celebrate the Jewish new year.
A Brooklyn entrepreneur has proposed a four-minute ride over the East River with spectacular views.
Crews arrived shortly before 1 p.m. after receiving reports that something in a stream along the hiking trail was making people and their pets sick.
Do you think your dog is a real problem-solving pooch? Well now, there are new tools designed to work those skills.
The bracelet was engraved with the name of fallen New York City firefighter Michael Otten, who died on Sept. 11. The firefighter’s widow, Marion Otten, said her son lost the bracelet on the beach at Robert Moses State Park a decade ago.