While college shopping, make sure that you take into account fire safety precautions and equipment in student housing.
Anyone lose a giant head made of Styrofoam and fiberglass?
New York City mayoral race frontrunner Christine Quinn was bombarded Wednesday with questions about the so-called second coming of Anthony Weiner.
The majority of big league stadiums — if not all — sell out on the first day of the season, but that trend doesn’t continue throughout the entire 162-game season. In fact, many fans say they don’t expect to make it to a ballpark this year at all.
Investigators have failed to figure out what caused a fire that killed three college students in an off-campus house in January.
According to the poll, 49 percent of U.S. residents say the worst of the country’s economic woes are behind us while 45 percent report there is more bad news ahead.
Nearly 4,000 students wearing red ribbons gathered for Wednesday’s memorial service for a chance to come together as a community and mourn.
Eva Block, a 21-year-old from Woodbridge, Connecticut, was among three people killed in Poughkeepsie early Saturday morning.
A fire tore through a private home being rented by Marist College students near campus, killing three people, authorities said.
The Marist College Institute for Public Opinion poll found that nearly one in three veterans in New York City were concerned they would have to turn to food stamps or government assistance.
The poll shows Quinn getting 20 percent of the vote; Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz, 16 percent; former city Comptroller Bill Thompson, 12 percent; and Comptroller John Liu 10 percent.
The NY1-Marist Poll released Thursday found 49 percent of New York City residents expressed concern about another attack, with 17 percent saying they were “very worried” and 32 percent feeling “worried.”
Bloomberg is shrugging the portion of a poll showing his schools chancellor Cathie Black getting a 17 percent approval rating.
A new Marist College poll finds New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s once sky high numbers continuing to fall. His job approval now stands at 40%.
Democratic Sen. Charles Schumer gave a spirited defense of his legislative record amid attacks from Republican challenger Jay Townsend in a televised debate.