One might expect a forced march with a heavy backpack in the military, but such surely is not the usual routine for middle school students.
Hundreds turned out for a memorial service for the latest victim in what has become a grim routine for many middle-class communities.
Lawmakers in Connecticut have been discussing bringing tolls back to Interstate 95. But residents across the state line in New York are worried that such a move could jam their local streets with traffic.
Hurtful and horrific comments about a Brooklyn elementary school student and his mother appeared on Facebook recently, but the source is questionable.
The group and its associates conspired to distribute more than 50,000 oxycodone pills, valued at more than $1 million, authorities said.
The man was apparently waiting last Wednesday morning at the USA Service Pro Auto Shop for a moment to spring behind the counter to an unlocked, unattended safe with what the owner says had $90,000 inside.
The Westchester District Attorney’s Office has launched an investigation after symbols of hate were discovered on the SUNY Purchase campus.
New Jersey has returned to the top of the list for the costliest auto insurance in America, according to a report issued Monday.
District Superintendent Joan Carbone told the Times Herald-Record of Middletown the Arabic reading of the pledge has “divided the school in half.”
An extra-alarm fire ripped through in multiple houses Wednesday evening in Woodhaven, Queens, and left four people injured.
A 15-year-old male student allegedly took a photo up the skirt of a female teacher in a class and shared it with friends who posted it online.
A White Plains firefighter accused in a deadly wrong-way crash was arraigned on a 16-count indictment Monday.
Parents in Nyack are on alert after a 12-year-old girl told police a man tried luring her into his car while she walked to school.
Police identified the victim as 32-year-old Gilbert Drogheo of Harlem. The men being questioned Wednesday are Drogheo’s friend and a 69-year-old retired correction officer.
At a brief news conference at the United Nations, Clinton said when she began her tenure as secretary of state in 2009, she opted to use one device and one email account for both work and personal use because she thought it would be more convenient.