Voters in Scotland on Thursday decided against a proposal to become a separate nation, choosing to remain in the United Kingdom.
Officials said Wednesday that a New York City child and a Long Island elementary school student have been diagnosed with enterovirus 68. Cases of the virus have also been confirmed in New Jersey and Connecticut.
Fans and sponsors are still paying and and will likely continue to do so “unless or until those folks think that this is a chronic problem,” said David Carter, who heads the Sports Business Institute at the University of Southern California.
Tracy Lewis was promoted during a ceremony Wednesday. “I worked very hard for this,” Lewis said. “I studied very hard for this.”
Some cars come to a complete stop at the large speed bump, but others go way too fast, bottoming out and banging bumpers.
Michelle Lodzinski is charged with killing Timothy Wiltsey in 1991, but her attorney has said she “adamantly denies” the charges.
Rabbi Schapiro said he’s seen a lot of development in the area.
Martin’s Place provides treatment, transitional housing and job training for recently released inmates.
Northern New Jersey leaders want to learn more about the impact of bringing the 7 train to the area.
Police Commissioner Bill Bratton was speaking at the Crain’s New York Business Breakfast when he was asked about being lectured by the Rev. Al Sharpton at City Hall back in July.
With 98 percent of the precincts reporting Wednesday, Cuomo had 59.9 percent of the vote, while challenger Zephyr Teachout, a virtual unknown, picked up 33.1 percent.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo beat back challenge in his bid for a second term in the Democratic primary, dispatching liberal activist Zephyr Teachout.
For his part, the governor is portraying himself as above the fray. He’s done little campaigning.
New Jersey and national Democratic Party leaders marked the anniversary of the “Bridgegate” scandal with an event in Fort Lee on Monday morning.
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