Trenton, N.J. Mayor Tony Mack was convicted of corruption charges by a jury Friday.
Experts have issued a warning about insurance fraud after a Long Island man was convicted of staging more than 30 fake car crashes.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo was on Staten Island Thursday afternoon to announce the new effective cost of the toll will drop to $5.50 for Staten Island residents in non-commercial vehicles.
It was at Goodfellas Pizzeria on Staten Island last month when the new mayor went to work on three slices of pizza with a knife and fork.
Two-year old Kevasia Edwards was found unconscious and unresponsive by emergency responders in her Far Rockaway home on Beach 56 Place on Monday.
The string of snowstorms in recent weeks has forced the cancellation of many blood drives and deterred potential donors from visiting centers.
Mayor Bill de Blasio disputed reports Sunday that his plan to divert $210 million from charter school expansion is aimed at funding universal prekindergarten.
The Staten Island Zoo’s celebrity groundhog predicted New York’s brutal winter thus far will hang around a while longer.
A judge has tossed out a $380 million lawsuit claiming at least 34 former students of Yeshiva University High School for Boys were abused, some sexually, from 1971 to 1992.
The agency’s executive director, Patrick Foye – appointed by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat – sent a letter Tuesday to four airlines demanding that their contractors give an immediate $1-an-hour pay raise to workers at New York City’s Kennedy and LaGuardia airports.
The area will be jam-packed this week with events, games and concerts offering a full Super Bowl experience free of charge.
Jeff Beck with the Council of Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey said the group’s phones are usually ringing off the hook the day after the big game from people who realize they have a problem.
Family and friends of an openly gay journalist savagely beaten in Midtown will hold a vigil Sunday night and are asking for the public’s help to track down his attacker.
King was born Jan. 15, 1929, and the federal holiday is the third Monday in January.
A day after two people were killed and another was seriously injured after being struck by vehicles, two more pedestrians died in crashes early Sunday morning.