Persian culture and heritage were on display on the East Side of Manhattan Sunday, for what is billed as the largest Persian parade in the world.
A water main burst in Midtown Sunday, reportedly in the New York Palace Hotel.
Twenty-five people were injured Monday evening after a Metropolitan Transit Authority bus driver passed out at the wheel and crashed into several vehicles on the Upper East Side, leaving passengers trapped inside.
Veterans Across America has been forced to the 21st floor. The group has stopped paying rent due to the bedbugs.
A Paterson couple escaped their burning home by jumping from their roof onto a neighbor’s roof, and climbing through that neighbor’s bedroom window, witnesses said.
A melee broke out at a fine jewelry store on Madison Avenue Wednesday afternoon, after a man attacked a security guard who would not let him in, according to a published report.
Already off to their best start since the magical 2006 season — the year when Rutgers finished 11-2 and won the first bowl game in program history — the Scarlet Knights need this hot start to become credible again.
One of the suspects is seen on surveillance video looking at jewelry items when he pulls out a handgun and demands Rolex watches from the employees, police said.
Simply, Tim Tebow is a fighter and not one to back down from a challenge. It would be out of personality for Tebow to not want to stick it out in New York, and the reason might well go beyond the field.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg estimates there are currently 8,600 unemployed veterans in New York City.
Tri-State area residents are encouraged to avoid driving in New York City on Saturday, if possible. It is widely advised to take mass transit, as numerous events will cause several street closures.
The suspect is described as a white female in her 40’s or 50’s with brown hair, a thin build and approximate weight of 110 to 115 pounds.
Advertising executive Suzanne Hart, 41, was killed last month when an elevator in the Young & Rubicam building at 285 Madison Avenue malfunctioned.
An investigation by the Buildings Department has turned up at least eight active cases against the company that serviced the lifts in the midtown building where a woman was killed two weeks ago.
Officials said a 41-year-old woman, identified by police as Suzanne Hart, was trying to get on the elevator on the first floor when it suddenly jerked upward. She was crushed between the elevator and the shaft.