Waldorf Astoria Closing For Major Renovation ProjectThe last guests were to check out by noon Wednesday. When the hotel reopens, hundreds of its guest rooms will have been converted into privately owned condominiums.
Sinkhole Swallows SUV At Scene Of Water Main Break In HobokenThe SUV was pulled from the sinkhole hours after the water main broke at the intersection of 5th Street and Willow Avenue.
‘Main Street Patriots’ Plan Week Of Pro-Trump Rallies Across Tri-State AreaSupporters were planning to hold a rally for President Donald Trump's 'contract with the American Voter' on Route 35 in Middletown on Monday.
2 Hurt In Early Morning Fire Near Times SquareThe fire broke out just before 5 a.m. at a building on 48th Street and 7th Avenue.
Darrelle Revis Turns Himself In To Police In PittsburghThe Jets star is charged with two counts of aggravated assault, along with charges of robbery, conspiracy to commit aggravated assault and terroristic threats, a misdemeanor. aggravated assault and terroristic threats, a misdemeanor, after the incident Sunday.
Grading Controversy Rocks High School In EnglewoodAn audit revealed 3,000 irregularities with the way graduation credits and grades were calculated since last September at an Englewood high school.
Judge Rules Bridgegate Complaint Against Gov. Christie Can ProceedApplause erupted in the courtroom when Municipal Court Judge Roy McGeady announced his ruling Thursday.
New LaGuardia Airport Traffic Plan In Effect For Holiday WeekendJust in time for the busy Presidents Day holiday weekend, the Port Authority is rolling out the new plan that includes six days of free bus service and discounted parking.
'Listen, We Failed:' Tenants Furious After Rare Infection Spread By Rat Urine Infects 3, Killing 1, In The BronxThe Health Department said two patients were diagnosed with the bacterial infection, most commonly spread by contact with rat urine, in December and one in February.
Chapel In Paramus Mall To Close After Nearly 50 YearsA chapel that's been inside a mall in Paramus for nearly 50 years will be closing in two weeks.
NJ Readies For Winter Storm; Plows Prepped For Up To 1 Foot Of SnowHeavy machinery was being put to task by Ridgewood's Public Works Department on Wednesday.
NYC Food Bank Seeks Public's Help As Possible Funding Cuts LoomThe Food Bank for New York City is sounding a warning about funding cuts.