The agency’s plan called for moving its trains to higher ground before superstorm Sandy hit, raising additional questions about why the agency instead moved locomotives and rail cars to low-lying rail yards.
New York City restaurants will soon be paying lower fines for minor health department violations.
The New York State Department of Transportation is planning safety improvements along the 16-mile highway. Businesses and residents have written to the state, asking to be consulted.
Police say they knocked and that Carlos Alcis let them in; his family says officers barged in.
In Long Island City parishioners of a Coptic Christian Church offered their prayers to the victims of the violent clashes.
Pelham Bay landfill was eventually designated a federal Superfund site. Twelve children who lived nearby developed cancer — three of whom died.
The undefeated Westport Little League team will represent New England in the Little League World Series. Their first game is Thursday night.
The sand castles will remain in place for the neighborhood to enjoy, unless the rain washes them away.
City and state education officials met with teachers Thursday, one day after the New York State standardized test scores were released.
Personal attacks, name calling and even an arrest highlighted Tuesday’s mayoral forum at Hunter College.
A body found Sunday in the Hudson River was believed to be a would-be best man, who had been missing and presumed dead after his boat crashed into a barge.
A Long Island gang has been recruiting children as young as 9 years old, according to officials.
Some members of Congress broke away from the Beltway this weekend and came to New York to visit local immigration sites.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg said it’s “not very helpful” to New York City’s economy when Eliot Spitzer badmouths Wall Street while campaigning.
The center will offer up-to-date information on the construction and feature interactive exhibits. It will also let residents get a feel for the coming subway line.