A federal judge on Friday granted a request from the four major U.S. professional sports leagues and the NCAA to at least temporarily stop New Jersey from allowing legalized sports betting.
Assemblyman Dov Hikind said the city’s Department of Transportation has agreed to reprogram every muni-meter in the city over the coming months to accept payments an hour before they go into service.
Meredith Sladek, with a group called The Harbor Ring, said a Verrazano bike path is the missing link in the group’s vision for a 50-mile loop around New York Harbor that encourages fitness and tourism.
As many as 8,000 Liberians live in the Clifton section of Staten Island, known as Little Liberia.
John Casalaspro of West Brighton disappeared last Friday after hanging out with three friends.
Rivers, 81, went into cardiac arrest at Yorkville Endoscopy this August following a minor, elective vocal cord procedure.
In a letter to parents on the school district’s website, school officials say the virus was reported at Juan Pablo Duarte-José Julián Martí School No. 28.
The blaze broke out at a home on Frederick Street around 5:30 a.m. Monday.
Organizer Maureen Jenkins said she wanted the event to send an anti-bullying message and provide support to the district for deciding to put student safety ahead of football.
New York state lawmakers and advocates of medical marijuana are gathering in Times Square to discuss the implementation of a new state law authorizing marijuana as a treatment for certain medical conditions.
The six other students, ranging in age from 15 to 17, were arrested Friday night in connection with the assaults at regional football power Sayreville War Memorial High School.
With the Bayway Refinery in the background, all drivers in Linden, N.J., are talking about is the price of gasoline.
New Jersey officials have issued a mandatory quarantine order for members of an NBC crew that was exposed to a cameraman with Ebola.
The 12-inch main broke around 6 a.m. at the intersection of Varick Street and Spring Street.
The status report from the city’s Department of Investigation shows of 14,000 applications to the Built it Back program, 90 percent of which say they have not seen any help.