A beach replenishment project should be completed by the start of next summer.
Fans this year have a chance to witness history, as Serena Williams is trying to become the first Grand Slam winner since Steffi Graf in 1988.
Drivers can expect some company on the roads for Labor Day weekend.
While some have suggested airport-style security, Robert Paaswell, a transit expert and professor at City College, said such measures are unrealistic.
Gov. Chris Christie wants New Jersey’s junior U.S. senator to oppose the Iran deal.
The female officer, who part of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s advance team, had pulled up to the mayor’s residence on East End Avenue ahead of his arrival when the incident occurred.
The UN General Assembly is expected to draw 160 world leaders. Bratton said traveling around Manhattan will be a problem.
The audit found on-time performance in 2014 dropped to 74 percent on weekdays and 81 percent on weekends compared to 81 percent and 85 percent in 2013.
A federal judge put the NFL on the defensive over its four-game suspension of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady on Wednesday.
Beginning Sept. 8, 80 percent of NJ TRANSIT will be on the third floor.
New York Sen. Charles Schumer is expected to outline a plan Tuesday to move ahead with Amtrak’s proposed Gateway project for new rail tunnels under the Hudson River.
The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating after crews on four commercial flights reported seeing a drone as they approached the runway at Newark Liberty International Airport over the weekend.
The route through Central Park is six miles and activists say that would be the area of intense radiation if a nuke is dropped.
Police late Friday had been questioning a Queens family all day, after a 3-week-old baby boy was found dead in the courtyard of an apartment building.
She was found dead at 2 p.m. on July 27, when she was to be arraigned. An autopsy was inconclusive pending drug and other tests.