Mayor Bill de Blasio has said someone may have improperly tapped a gas line before the explosion.
Just two doors down from the blast site at Second Avenue and East Seventh Street, Moishe’s Bake Shop is open, but hurting for business.
The New York City Board of Health announced new rules Monday for daycare centers, including a limit on how much juice kids can drink.
Department of Transportation Commissioner Polly Trottenberg said the city has filled nearly 200,000 potholes since December. Last year, crews repaired about 500,000 craters.
Seven Jewish siblings who were killed in a devastating house fire in Brooklyn over the weekend were laid to rest in Jerusalem on Monday at an emotional ceremony attended by several thousand mourners.
Former Governor John Rowland today faces sentencing for trying to conceal his work on a 2012 congressional campaign.
The Port Authority Bus Terminal is in need of a big overhaul or a total replacement, but neither option will be cheap.
Robert Durst, heir to a New York real estate fortune, is waiving extradition and will return to Los Angeles to face a murder charge in the 2000 death of a writer and friend who acted as his spokeswoman.
It could be at least two weeks before residents can return home after a mudslide forced them out of their buildings in Yonkers.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is calling for a new email retention policy for state leaders following criticism about his administration’s practice of generally purging emails after 90 days.
A memorial service Thursday is commemorating the one-year anniversary of a gas explosion in East Harlem that leveled two buildings and killed eight people.
Tuesday’s delays during the evening rush were followed by problems Wednesday night.
Spring is around the corner, but the harsh winter could be wreaking havoc on your roof and entire home.
City Harvest says it has now moved 500 million pounds of food over its more than 30 years of service.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for New York City, Long Island and parts of New Jersey until 7 p.m. Thursday.