New Yorkers have been complaining that trash is piling up amid the snow lately, but a Department of Sanitation official asked for patience as crews catch up.
“We used to have three pickups a day here in Astoria. We are down to one,” New York State Assemblywoman Aravella Simotas, who represents the area, said.
One man’s trash may be another man’s treasure, but the Brooklyn man who found an Emmy trophy in the garbage said that the award belongs with its rightful owner.
Residents in parts of Brooklyn have said enough is enough when it comes to trash littering their neighborhoods.
A disabled Brooklyn Heights man was asking for help Wednesday in tracking down his stolen motorized scooter.
Many Bensonhurst residents are still recovering from Superstorm Sandy, they told CBS 2′s Steve Langford that a new trash dump is the last thing they need.
Residents of the Bushwick section of Brooklyn have been complaining that their neighborhood is overrun with rats – and they said the city is not taking action.
Most of Hoboken, N.J., finally had power back Sunday night, but a major cleanup was in order with even the mayor’s home in a mess and the city’s popular bars nowhere near ready to reopen.
New Yorkers are crying foul over a sanitation policy that they say needs to be trashed.
dispute between a Long Island town and a privately-owned refuse carting service over trash bags has prevented the pick up and disposal of resident’s trash for days.
Several months ago, we told you about a book in the works that is right up the alley of those who loves the smells of New York City. Well, now it’s available for pre-order.
Police theorized the animals may have been legitimately euthanized at an area shelter or shelters, and given to a contractor to cremate or bury them.
There were predictions the subway stations in an MTA experiment that removed trash cans would become landfills with rails. But there is early evidence the riding public is on board with the concept.
Council members from all five boroughs are vowing to stop a Bloomberg administration plan to charge non-profits for garbage pickup.
Victor Borsella is one man, making a difference in the Bronx. He’s the Don Quixote of trash.