River Edge Residents Say Newly Installed Meters To Blame For Spike In Water BillsOne family's bill from SUEZ Water was for a whopping $601, a far cry from their normal $30 a month.
Extreme Cold Will Test New Year's Revelers; Some Events IcedCity and state health officials are advising people to cover all exposed skin, and wear a hat, scarf and gloves.
Lottery Jackpots Soar To Over $720 Million CombinedDare to dream? The jackpots for both Mega Millions and Powerball are above $300 million for only the second time in history.
As The New Year Approaches, Kids Give Their Resolutions Plenty Of ThoughtWith 2018 fast approaching, many people are thinking about New Year's resolutions, and that includes kids.
Fair Lawn Residents Complain About Spike In Water BillsSome Fair Lawn, New Jersey residents say their water bills have nearly tripled and they’re blaming their meters.
Officials Urge Caution As Frigid Cold Expected To Last All WeekOfficials are urging people to bundle up and stay warm against the bitter cold as frigid temperatures are expected to last until the New Year.
3-Alarm Fire Breaks Out In Chelsea Apartment BuildingThe fire broke out on West 19th Street near 7th Avenue between shortly before 4 p.m. and quickly grew to three alarms. 
Last Minute Shoppers Flock To Area Malls To Find The Perfect GiftSaturday was the last full day of shopping before the Christmas holiday, and you can bet malls were busy to say the least.
Windy, Wintry Weather Cause Delays At Airports Across The CountryAAA estimates a record 107 million Americans will celebrate the holidays away from home this year, with 6.5 million taking to the skies.
68-Year-Old Man Knocked Unconscious In Unprovoked Attack On East Harlem SidewalkThe victim was attacked Friday afternoon while walking along Lexington Avenue near 117th Street in East Harlem.
Wrap Your Presents Like A Pro This Holiday SeasonWith Christmas just days away, many people are in crunch-mode trying to wrap as many gifts as possible and get them under the tree in time.
Brooklyn Couple Back In Custody After Skipping Sentencing For Cancer ScamThe Brooklyn couple who admitted to running a fake cancer scam involving their own son have been caught after skipping their sentencing last week.

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