Dr. Santhosh Paulus, with Glen Cove Hospital/North Shore-LIJ, led the 3,400-mile journey that started on June 6 in Seattle, Washington.
Churchgoers lit candles early Friday morning at Our Lady of Peace on the Upper East Side, one of 31 churches that must merge with a nearby parish by Saturday.
During the bill singing, Cuomo announced New York Rising will conduct a study on raising homes in Breezy Point.
Investigators said 21-year-old Samuel Thornton attacked the off-duty cop in the parking garage of her building in the Wakefield section early Wednesday morning.
The city will invest $10 million at five New York City Housing Authority developments in Queens, Brooklyn and the Bronx to provide high-speed broadband service.
An affordable housing apartment building is in the works for the West Side of Manhattan, near the entrance to the Lincoln Tunnel.
UFT President Michael Mulgrew said he U.S. women’s soccer team exhibits a great work ethic and competitive spirit that can inspire student athletes — especially girls.
Meanwhile, Greeks living in Astoria, Queens, are hoping there is some sort of new survival plan.
Indentifcation of incidents on Staten Island increased more than 200 percent last year under the same program.
Both the Manhattan district attorney’s office and the Securities and Exchange Commission are investigating whether the Port Authority had the right to spend $1.8 billion in toll money to rebuild the Pulaski Skyway and three other roads.
A lawsuit has halted a planned mega-mall and development planned for Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens.
Banks in Greece are freezing accounts as the country deals with the debt crisis.
The Pride March starts at noon at 36th Street and Fifth Avenue and winds its way through Midtown to Greenwich Village.
Crowds continue to celebrate at the Stonewall Inn following the Supreme Court’s landmark decision that declares same-sex couples have a right to marry anywhere in the United States.
Cuomo said Yonkers schools face a “crisis in education,” with the Board of Education proposing elimination of all sports and layoffs of 200 teachers.