Memorial Day ceremonies and parades are being held across the Tri-State area and the nation Monday to honor America’s fallen heroes.
The Parks Department has set aside $3 million, and there is a GoFundMe campaign. But complete restoration would take tens of millions of dollars.
New York is one of seven states that explicitly ban discrimination in adoption based on sexual orientation.
The event raised $500,000 to buy a “smart house” for a service man or woman who suffered catastrophic injuries abroad fighting terrorism.
Cuomo said the state Department of Energy Conservation is on-site and on high alert.
Levin said to be especially careful about sharing children’s information because no one is checking their credit.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says fixing bureaucratic backlogs in the courts will reduce the number of people locked up in the troubled Rikers Island jail complex.
New York City Council wants to spend more to fix roads, however the money wasn’t outlined in the mayor’s original budget proposal.
The crash happened around 4:30 a.m. Sunday at the Second Baptist Church in Baldwin, police said.
A 21-year-old woman has died in a Times Square hotel.
City Comptroller Scott Stringer’s office says it has received 205 notices of claim surrounding the March 12 gas blast as of Monday.
If you used the United States Postal Service’s priority mail thinking it would be delivered in two days, you should know, the post office says the service is not guaranteed to arrive on a particular day.
State Sen. Simcha Felder helped to obtain $100,000 in state funds to expand the program, which employs out-of-work and disabled people, into the Brooklyn neighborhood for at least a year.
They carried two huge wreaths. A line of police officers stood saluting in silence as they placed the wreaths at the site.
Forecasters say rain will be heavy at times Wednesday and could cause flooding on the streets and in areas of poor drainage.