Thousands of volunteers across the city spent their Saturday lending a hand as part of New York’s annual “Spring Greening”.
The renewed search for Etan Patz is continuing this weekend, and so far investigators haven’t found new evidence inside a SoHo building. FBI agents and the NYPD resumed their efforts this morning, looking for any sign of the boy who went missing three decades ago.
After a 17-month investigation came up empty, a tip from an unlikely source has police believing they have solved the murder of 55-year-old Diane Zaleski.
One person is dead and another is being sought by police after a fight on a subway train at the Bedford Avenue train station in Brooklyn spilled onto the platform and ended up on the tracks.
Saint Patrick’s Day parade is a vibrant, colorful celebration of Irish culture, complete with flags, bands, Irish dancers and much more and it draws fans from all over the world.
This is a weekend when everyone claims to be Irish, and it was a time to “go green” on Friday afternoon at the city’s 77th St. Patrick’s Day parade.
The ear-splitting screeching sounds heard by people near the Triumph of Civic Virtue statue on Queens Boulevard are being emitted from a noise machine that the city put up to drive birds away.
Dignitaries including Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Sen. Charles Schumer attended a morning prayer service at St. Patrick’s Cathedral led by Cardinal Timothy Dolan.
Forecasters are calling for some snow this morning and there could be another snow shower later today and early tonight, but temperatures are expected to hit a high of 41 degrees.
Super Bowl Sunday is reportedly the second highest food consumption day of the year, trailing only Thanksgiving.
Since 2002, churches in New York City have been holding worship services in public school buildings. But that’s about to come to an end and religious leaders are upset.
Police arrested Francisco Sanchez, Marvin Escobar, Robert Alcantara and Jose Castro Friday morning after cops say they stole jewelry from a home in East Patchogue.
The incident occurred around 10 p.m. as Noah Foxman was crossing Coney Island Avenue near Avenue K.
Bird watchers in New York City love to see the occasional hawk, but it’s a different story in one upscale Connecticut town. Residents in Fairfield say the birds of prey have become a menace.
The first flakes started falling in New York City about 2:30 a.m. By around noon, nearly three inches had fallen on the Upper West Side, around two inches in the Bronx and about an inch and a half in Central Park.