Flushing is returning to its farmland days with a special food festival.
Though she dismissed the case, Judge Jaffe said efforts to extend legal rights to chimpanzees are understandable; someday they may even succeed.
Manhattan’s Third Avenue, Second Avenue and Broadway led the the way in trip and fall claims related to potholes between 2010 and 2015.
The $6 million project will link the Bronx to the island with a quarter-mile stretch running over a pedestrian bridge.
Symptoms of Legionnaires’ disease include headache, fatigue, loss of appetite, confusion and diarrhea. Symptoms appear between 2-10 days after exposure to Legionella bacteria.
Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx sent a letter Monday to the two governors urging them to meet with him in the next two weeks to put together a strategy for building new crossings.
Power outages have become a major concern this week, as Tuesday marks the first in a series of hot days.
Puerto Rico’s governor said last month that the island’s $72 billion public debt is unpayable given the current level of economic growth.
The New York Democrat said Sunday that he is supporting legislation that would increase funding for research and development of the new sensors.
The 13-mile, $207 million dune project was designed by the Army Corps of Engineers, but Suffolk is responsible for acquiring the land.
The family of 85-year-old Aura Ballesteros has reached a $115,000 settlement with the city.
The incident took place at around 10:15 a.m. at Madison Avenue and 42nd Street.
A Manhattan co-op has gone the extra mile to help the environment with the help of a super who has made recycling fun.
If de Blasio is re-elected in 2017, or if a new mayor wanted to keep him, Bratton said he would probably not be able to do the job.
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration wants the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to work with New York City to figure out how to fund a $14 billion gap in the transportation agency’s capital plan.