Statue Cruises is the only line that takes tourists to the island, but their COO, Michael Burke, said illegal vendors are shiphoning off potential customers with lies.
The day’s 95-degree heat had New Yorkers working out their coping strategies.
Many state golf courses reopened Friday for the 2015 season after a long and brutal winter.
There was just enough snowfall in Central Park to help make Winter Jam a success.
New Yorkers can now bring their Christmas trees to designated parks to be turned into mulch.
Residents in one Bronx neighborhood are questioning why there are no funds to develop their local park, left empty and gated.
There wasn’t much beach weather to be found on Thursday, but come the return of warmth and sunshine some people may find themselves walking along a plastic boardwalk.
There has been a population explosion on Staten Island, but we’re not talking about people, we’re talking about deer.
Beachgoers claim they are being harassed and threatened by a New York City Department of Parks and Recreation security officer, and new exclusive video shows a heated confrontation right on the shore.
Lifeguards have been lighting up while working at a city beach, and they haven’t been smoking cigarettes.
The trees are planted curbside on city property, but homeowners say they wind up having to take care of them.
A Queens woman who was stumped by the parks department was smiling on Wednesday night.
A few weeks ago Derr took a drive through her Queens Village neighborhood and noted a number of tree stumps on city property that were waiting to be removed by the Parks Department.
Richard Bernstein, who was run down by a bicyclist in Central Park a year and a half ago, claims he has proof that the city has ignored the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Hot dog vendors will likely soon be forced out of the iconic Washington Square Park, and the owners believe it is all because of a group of wealthy neighbors.