We’ve been hearing from listeners that police are cracking down at the George Washington Bridge, where drivers and riders have been teaming up to take advantage of E-ZPass carpool discounts.
The Newtown massacre changed everything and now Fort Lee school superintendent Steven Engravalle wants highly trained police in every building, and that’s not all.
Adam Kim’s lawsuit alleges that Fort Lee’s police department violated his civil rights by falsely arresting and illegally detaining him and four others.
Floods and power outages courtesy of Superstorm Sandy wasn’t stopping one baby from making her grand entrance into the world.
“I told them not to open the hatch like three or four times,” Alex Franco, a security guard on the bus, said. “But kids, they don’t understand.”
Artem Adshevy, 26, fell to his death at Rockefeller Lookout around 9 p.m. Saturday.
Saturday will mark the first time the Tri-State Area will play host to the event.
How do you top the New York City Marathon as a test of endurance and strength? With the Ironman Triathlon, which makes its NYC debut on Saturday.
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With major construction on the Alexander Hamilton Bridge, it’s so far, so good near the George Washington Bridge in Fort Lee. But that could change, and Fort Lee is ready to respond.
A major construction project on the Alexander Hamilton Bridge is now under way, so get ready for some added stress and miles of backups all the way into New Jersey.
Starting late on Saturday night there will be plenty for drivers to deal with when crossing the George Washington Bridge into New York. It’s all because of construction, and the headache will continue into the fall.
A major construction project over the Harlem River will have an impact well into New Jersey and towns there are getting ready, WCBS 880′s Sean Adams reported.
It all began when two men picked up a woman in New York and drove to Fort Lee where the driver attempted to sexually assault her, said Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli.
Of those rounded up in the six-state bust, one is from New York and five are from New Jersey. They’re charged in a scheme to provide illegal South Korean immigrants with legitimate IDs.