The proposed settlement is now open for 60 days of public comment. The settlement needs to be approved by a judge.
Churchgoers were in the middle of a song at around 1:20 p.m. Sunday at the Korean Union United Methodist Church when they heard a cracking sound from above, witnesses said.
State officials say National Grid, former site owner, will pay for the cleanup that includes building a sealed wall along the western shoreline of the Gowanus Canal and removing coal tar that accumulates.
At first the Fernando Mateo, head of the taxi drivers federation, was willing to cut Det. Patrick Cherry some slack.
McDonald’s employees and supporters protested for a larger wage increase in New York City Saturday.
For baseball card collectors, it’s the Holy Grail.
A runway at John F. Kennedy International Airport will soon close for about five months, causing a potential traffic jam in the skies above New York City this summer.
Upper West Side Apt Building’s Policy Barring Low-Paying Tenants From Using Gym May Be Discriminatory
According to tenant Jean Green Dorsey’s complaint, the rent-regulated tenants excluded from the gym are largely over 65, while market-rate tenants aren’t.
Photos and video from the scene show workers helping riders walk down to safety.
The body has not been identified or moved, police said. Two men went missing Thursday when an explosion and fire leveled three apartment buildings on Second Avenue at East Seventh Street.
The American Red Cross of Greater New York continued to offer a hand Saturday for those who were left homeless by the East Village explosion earlier this week.
Funerals were held on Sunday for the seven brothers and sisters who were killed in a tragic Brooklyn fire.
NYPD investigators are looking to test the blood alcohol level of 27-year-old Pedro Abad, the off-duty Linden police officer behind the wheel driving the wrong way on Staten Island’s Westshore Expressway.
Bridge and tunnel tolls will also go up by 4 percent for E-ZPass users and about 6 percent to 10 percent for cash customers.
Police in New Jersey say three off-duty officers were involved in a wrong-way crash on Staten Island that left one of the officers and a civilian dead and three others hurt.