The search was under way Saturday for two missing people in the ruins of the explosion that leveled three buildings in the East Village earlier this week.
Advocates of tougher measures on gun control are kicking off a third annual bike ride from Newtown to Washington.
The bone-chilling weather on Saturday did not stop hundreds of teachers, students and parents from gathering in front of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s East Side office to protest his administration’s education policy.
On Sunday, New York parents began enrolling their kids in pre-K classes.
About 100 volunteers have been canvasing the city, including parks.
New York City has finally gotten its own Major League Soccer team, New York City FC, which began its home opener Sunday against the New England Revolution at Yankee Stadium at 5 p.m.
Cuba Travel Services said it is offering the first regularly scheduled direct charter flights since President Barack Obama restored diplomatic relations.
The study by William Paterson University says the intersections of 34th Street and Sixth, Seventh and Eighth avenues as well as 42nd Street at Sixth and Eighth avenues are where you will find some of the most distracted pedestrians in the city.
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams and City Councilman Mark Treyger, D-Brooklyn, want a special monitor to be established by the attorney general to review every single case.
Tim Oakes was among those who climbed up the 66 flights of stairs before most people had breakfast.
Prosecutors said an East Hanover resident received a call from someone claiming to be with the IRS.
Klein said some pre-K programs are located in stand-alone facilities. He is sponsoring a bill to cover those in the existing law, WCBS 880’s Monica Miller reported.
Alternate-side parking rules have been suspended for Saturday, though parking meters remain in effect throughout the city.
Shortly after Malcolm X broke off from the group and turned his back on what it stood for, members of the Nation of Islam gunned him down in the Audubon Ballroom in 1965.
Debra Gordon has heard many ways to describe the Village Vanguard, but she likes to compare it to a concert hall that serves bourbon.