Festival co-founder Jonathan Mayers of Superfly has promised a better experience for festival-goers in its second year.
A folk music legend is lending a helping hand to a little Bergen County boy in desperate need of a bone marrow transplant.
Some of the suspects charged in a Virginia-to-New York cigarette smuggling scheme have links to top Hamas officials, authorities said.
The cheering for the wrestlers was deafening in the great Vanderbilt Hall.
The 478-acre Green-Wood Cemetery is celebrating its 175th anniversary this year with an exhibition opening Wednesday at the Museum of the City of New York.
The report card results were announced one day after it was learned that one of Indian Point’s reactors will become the first and only nuclear reactor in the country operating without a license.
The mayor joined city officials to tout part of his administration’s $20 billion investment into the city’s water system.
Dozens of historic cars will be featured at the Grand Central Terminal this weekend to take visitors back in time.
Rye Playland opened for the season Saturday, more than six months after Superstorm Sandy nearly destroyed it.
One Greenwich Village bakery is leaving a bad taste in the mayor’s mouth.
The auditors failed to find records of recent inspection for critical parts of the system, including defects like a rusted girder at the 111th Street station, the report said.
When firefighters put the blaze out shortly before noon, they found two men on the bed burned beyond recognition.
The “Teens in NYC — Protection” mobile app was quietly made available in early spring before getting a more public rollout Wednesday at a health care center in the Bronx.
Lee Samuel, who has no known address, was charged with having sexual contact with two 7-year-old girls on separate occasions in the South Ozone Park section of Queens, District Attorney Richard Brown announced Tuesday night.
While NYC’s stop-and-frisk program is literally on trial in federal court and is eating up much of the air in the mayoral campaign, word has come down that when cops stopped doing it so much; those committing crimes also stopped doing it so much.
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