A Long Island congregation is heartbroken after a fire destroyed their historic 19th century church.
The fire broke out shortly before midnight on the 17th floor of the Schomburg Plaza apartments.
The fire broke out at around 2:20 p.m. at National Drive between Mill and Strickland avenues.
Four people were injured — one of whom was missing for hours — after a fire broke out late Monday afternoon at a warehouse reportedly used by a chemical company in Newark.
At least one firefighter was injured late Thursday when a manhole exploded and caught fire in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
It appeared to have started at Ollie’s Noodle Shop & Grill adjacent to the Morningside Heights campus and across from Columbia University.
An extra-alarm fire broke out late Tuesday in a building on the Columbia University campus, reportedly prompting the evacuation of the Barnard College dormitory.
At the elementary school where the father is a highly respected social worker, donations have flooded in to help the family that now must start over from scratch.
The fire began just after 1 a.m. Saturday at a three-story home on Chancellor Avenue in Irvington.
A Long Island woman whose house was severely damaged in a fire alleges her insurance company refuses to pay her claim because she owns a pit bull.
Fire crews were battling a raging blaze late Thursday afternoon in Palisades Park, New Jersey.
A pizzeria, liquor store and dry cleaners were completely wiped out by the blaze, which broke out around 5:30 a.m. Thursday on Main Street.
Firefighters responded to the scene in Crown Heights just after 1:30 a.m. Thursday. The fire apparently started in a second-floor stairwell in a six story apartment building located 718 Saint Marks Avenue.
It’s not yet known what sparked the fire on Roe Street in Haledon, which broke out early Sunday, or in which residence the fire began.
The frigid temperatures made it particularly tough for firefighters to battle the fire as the water from hoses froze almost on impact.