In February, the property — with old-growth trees, a chapel, a water tower and other buildings — was sold to developers, the Savo brothers, for $15 million.
New mom Mariejunia Ally, 33, went into labor about two months early as she was waiting for the bus in Elmont around 6:40 a.m. Friday.
According to police, some drivers hop out for just a minute, run into a store and leave the engine running. Opportunistic thieves can then swipe the cars.
Police suspect one person is responsible for setting three car fires in North Bergen early Wednesday morning.
Robert Esselborn says he was fired from his chef’s job when he wanted to take time off to care for his dying wife.
A middle-aged man was killed in Jersey City this past weekend as he protected his wife from armed robbers.
Multiple residents of Woodhaven, Queens have awoken this week to find their tires slashed – with the damage done in a manner that makes repairs impossible.
Andrew Jarzyk, 27, was last seen early Sunday morning along the Hoboken waterfront. His tight-knit family has been growing increasingly concerned as the search has been growing bleak.
Around 8:45 p.m. Tuesday, 50-year-old Richard Salvia was found shot in the head on Grandview Avenue in Mariners Harbor, police said.
Frank Halat, 79, was fatally attacked April 1, 2011, while alone in his shop on Main Street in Bloomingdale.
A group of con artists is apparently scamming elderly Queens homeowners by convincing them to have unneeded work performed on their roofs.
Authorities released surveillance video that shows two of the thieves making off with a puppy they thought too cute to resist, or too valuable.
A Brooklyn landlord accused of demolishing his tenants’ apartments in an effort to force them out appeared in housing court Thursday.
On St. Patrick’s Day, police said a female suspect knocked on a woman’s apartment door on East 169th Street and stated she had a flower delivery. Two masked men then forced their way into the apartment and punched the victim, knocking her to the ground, police said.
A new twist has emerged in a landlord-tenant dispute over a rent-controlled apartment in Long Island City, Queens.