A heat advisory is in effect until 8 p.m. Wednesday for New York City and until 8 p.m. Tuesday for Westchester and Rockland counties and parts of Connecticut. An excessive heat warning is in effect for parts of New Jersey.
Richard Castagna said the two-story New Dorp Beach home was recently renovated after his mother-in-law, Mary Roberts, put $40,000 into it to repair flood damage from Sandy.
Americans are living longer, and now, some New Yorkers are calling for a new attitude toward older adults.
Susannah Mushatte Jones, a.k.a. Miss Susie, celebrated her 114th birthday six days late Friday at the Vandalia Senior Center in Brooklyn.
Those who filed their tax returns by mail in February and are still waiting for their refunds should receive them in August, according to the state.
A program that has helped both teens who landed on the wrong side of the law and the victims of superstorm Sandy is back for the summer.
As if New Yorkers weren’t weary enough from day after day of extreme heat, temperatures hit the 90s again Sunday with heat indices that had been expected to climb as high as 105.
New Yorkers with ties to Korea on Sunday were mourning the victims of a plane crash that left at least two people dead in San Francisco this weekend.
Nearly seven months after the Newtown elementary school massacre, investigators have continued to piece together how police responded.
Another community has made a comeback in the wake of superstorm Sandy.
All this week, we’ve been taking a look at the comeback of the housing market and the trends that are going on.
“There’s a stereotype that there’s Manhattan and soon as you go over the river, you’re somewhere in the Midwest,” said George Vallone, president of the Hoboken Brownstone Company.
Melissa Kleiner Cohen, a salesperson for Douglas Elliman, said she’s seeing more families deciding to live in the city.
All this week, we’re is looking at what is happening in the housing market. Today, Ginny Kosola reports on progress in Connecticut and New Jersey.
All this week, we’re is looking at what’s happening in the housing market. In our first segment, reporter Ginny Kosola spoke with new homeowners in Brooklyn.