Residents are upset that bow-hunting is being allowed closer to homes inside a recently-renovated nature trail in Kings Park, Long Island.
Police on Tuesday said the assailant who has been throwing bricks at cars and homes in Teaneck, New Jersey, may have struck again.
A swastika was spray-painted on a car parked at Old Sylvan Lake Road in Hopewell Junction on Friday night.
The town has cited 102 homeowners and has collected nearly $40,000 in fines so far. Huntington has spent more than $72,000 restoring dilapidated properties.
It’s literally “highway robbery.” That’s because dozens of homes and businesses along Route 208 in Fair Lawn have been burglarized.
More than 150 homeowners in hurricane-ravaged Oakwood Beach, Staten Island, found out Monday that their homes will be the first to be bought out by the state.
Almost three months after Superstorm Sandy, dangers continue to lurk in the waters off the Jersey Shore.
The fire has spread to three adjacent homes. At least 22 people have been forced out by the fire.
Workers fixed a propane gas leak in Shirley that prompted authorities to evacuate 900 homes. CBS 2 learned late Saturday evening that residents were being allowed to return home.
Home prices ticked up in July for the fourth straight month, but many cities are bracing for declines in the year ahead.
Two recent reports that say sales of new and existing homes have taken a dramatic hit coupled with high unemployment has many concerned that the worst is yet to come.