Winter weather has already taken a toll on roads in the Tri-State area. The city said that it is trying to fill thousands of potholes every day.
Dignitaries from around the world are expected to attend Sharon’s funeral tomorrow. Vice President Joe Biden is heading a U.S. delegation.
New Jersey had a snow day Friday as schools, government offices and businesses closed for a winter storm that dropped up to 10 inches of snow in some areas and ushered in bitterly cold temperatures rarely seen in the region.
Stores are hoping Americans who’ve been tight-fisted with their money will get the last-minute itch to buy in the final week of the holiday shopping season.
The high reached 71 degrees at 9:15 a.m. Sunday, CBS 2 Weather reported.
New York City Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio has appointed a state official who has worked to overhaul the juvenile justice system as the commissioner of the Administration for Children’s Services.
Once again, snow and freezing rain fell throughout the day and into the evening across the Tri-State area Tuesday.
After much anticipation, locksmiths on Tuesday opened two mysterious safes discovered in a wall of the Jersey City mayor’s office.
Prosecutors identified the victim Monday as 30-year-old Dustin Friedland from Hoboken.
Snow, ice and rain from Saturday’s storm have caused hazardous road conditions across the Tri-State area.
After complaints about boorish, bar-hopping St. Nicks got attention from local officials and police, the event’s ringleaders are trying to quell the SantaCon-troversy ahead of this year’s gathering Saturday.
Mexican diplomat Eduardo Rocha Bracamontes and his wife, Gina, were being questioned Wednesday by police after they rushed their 4-month-old son to NYU Langone Medical Center.
Around 7 p.m. Tuesday, the MTA said a blockage in an air line caused ongoing signal problems between 33 St.-Rawson and 61 St.-Woodside.
A mixed bag of weather confronted commuters Monday morning after a weather system overnight brought snow, freezing rain and sleet across the Tri-State area.
The senator is taking issue with the EPA’s interpretation of a 2011 law. He says Congress didn’t intend for hydrants to be included in the new reduced-lead drinking water standards.