A recent study found, perhaps unsurprisingly, that the largest number of New Yorkers who place Missed Connections posts on Craigslist find their objects of adoration on the subway.
Jeter said he has been running on the treadmill and has been cleared to do “everything,” but is taking it slow as he recovers.
The NFL wanted a cold-weather Super Bowl and it would have had the coldest one had the game been played at MetLife Stadium on Sunday.
Gas prices have risen at the beginning of each year since the economic collapse – and 2013 is no exception, according to recent data.
Republicans in the New York State Senate have slammed Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposal to expand abortion rights as an extreme measure from what they call the radical left.
Cuomo said Tuesday that more than 89,000 New Yorkers have been found so far in the state’s investigation of companies based in New York.
Northeast lawmakers from both parties hope to win Senate approval of the measure and send it to President Barack Obama, who has said he would sign it.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg delivered stinging criticism of the New York City teacher’s union Tuesday for “dragging their feet and throwing up roadblocks” during negotiations over teacher evaluations.
The group says more than 2,500 people representing 22 organizations took part in the simultaneous cleanups that took place at 30 locations.
Conservatives and watchdog groups are complaining money that lawmakers are considering will actually go toward recovery efforts for past disasters and other projects unrelated to the late-October storm.
The Centers for Disease Control estimates flu is responsible for 200,000 hospitalizations and 36,000 deaths each year, and this year’s flu season has proved nationwide to be far worse than average.
State officials say New York gamblers plunked down a record $9.1 billion on state-sanctioned lottery games in 2012.
A teeming, cheering crowd of 1 million filled Times Square as the ball dropped in Times Square, as New York City and the world said goodbye to 2012 and welcomed a new year and a clean slate for 2013.
New York and Connecticut are among five states set to announce Monday that they will add at least 300 hours of learning time to the calendar in some schools beginning next year.
Students In Poor Districts Will Gain Better Access To Advanced Placement Courses Under Virtual Classroom Program
The state Education Department this week said $17.3 million in federal Race to the Top Funds will be distributed to 17 districts or consortia of districts under the state’s Virtual Advanced Placement Program.