With a Long Island Rail Road strike potentially set to start on Sunday, the unions and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority returned to the bargaining table Wednesday and talked for several hours without reaching a deal.
There are no plans to restart talks between the MTA and workers’ unions after negotiations broke down on Monday with both sides walking away from the table.
Long Island Rail Road unions say talks with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority have collapsed with just six days left before a potential walkout of 5,400 workers.
Police said the two women were struck by a private tour bus from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania as it was making a turn at the intersection of 10th Avenue and West 47th Street.
Police on Long Island are investigating after the discovery of body parts in three different locations.
Thousands of firefighters from as far away as St. Louis, Philadelphia, Boston and Providence came to honor Ambelas, the first FDNY firefighter to die in the line of duty in more than two years.
Dozens of children facing deportation appeared in New York immigration court on Thursday.
The exhibit is part of a program called Making Science Make Sense. The goal is to get kids excited about science.
The Times Square Alliance is meeting with elected officials Wednesday morning to talk about growing concerns and solutions, like requiring background checks on the so-called street performers.
MTA Chairman Tom Prendergast will travel to Washington on Wednesday to ask Congress what its intentions are if an agreement is not reached by the July 20 deadline.
Immigrants who entered the country before turning 16 are eligible to enroll in the federal “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals” initiative.
Contract talks are expected to resume Tuesday afternoon between the MTA and LIRR union workers.
After years of controversy, there still has been no decision made on what to do with a popular sculpture that stood on the plaza at the old World Trade Center.
AAA Mid-Atlantic says a gallon of unleaded gasoline rose to $3.68 last week.
Metro-North Railroad has fired nine rookie conductors and reassigned three others after an investigation into cheating on an important safety exam.