Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino insisted Monday he hasn’t yet decided if he’ll challenge Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Several snowstorms forced city officials to suspend the rules for much of February, but now enough snow has been removed or melted.
Assembly Transportation Committee chairman John Wisniewski announced Friday that the hearing would not be held on Monday.
The picture showed seven boys in Phillipsburg wrestling attire surrounding a black wrestling dummy wearing a rival Paulsboro High School T-shirt and hanging from a noose. Two of the boys have the hoods on their sweatshirts fixed into points.
As the heartbroken Americans skated off with the silver medal, Shane Lynch, a fourth-grader at the Pearl River school, was proud of not only his country, but his school, too.
Sidewalks around many buildings have been cordoned because of falling icicles and rock-hard chunks of frozen snow, a situation that experts warn could get worse over the next few days as a thaw sets in.
The fire broke out around 9 a.m. Tuesday at a residential building on Hackensack Plank Road in Weehawken.
The Metro-North railroad put more trains into service for the evening rush, after riders were squeezed into cars during the morning commute.
A spokeswoman for the Luzerne County coroner’s office said Friday that the Dec. 8 death of 19-year-old Chun “Michael” Deng had been ruled a homicide.
Forecasters say snow is expected to begin falling Wednesday night and slow the commute into work Thursday.
The plan was for the league to use Secaucus High School as a staging area. The town had a contract with the NFL for the arrangement, but the league backed out at the last minute.
Philadelphia, Washington, Chicago, New England and Denver are among the places that can make a case to host it.
Transit and National Football League officials are reviewing what could have been done to avoid the massive train backup in New Jersey after the Super Bowl.
Some vendors are upset that they got the boot while major companies swooped in to reap the benefits of a New York City Super Bowl extravaganza.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was greeted with a scattering of boos and some cheers during a visit to a Super Bowl ceremony in New York City on Saturday.