In a lawsuit filed Thursday, Nancy Rodriguez is also suing the nightclub that served Dominick Whilby, 1 Oak, and the trucking company whose employee left the keys in the truck before it was stolen.
The weekend party scene in White Plains might soon have some new rules.
The regulations, which allow streets to be cleaned, had been suspended due to a series of snowstorms.
Officials in a northern New Jersey town where the former public works inspector admitted stealing $460,000 in parking meter quarters have discovered an additional $390,000 in quarters were stolen during the same time.
Forums for people in high-risk flood zones will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday in Hackensack and in Mahwah on Wednesday.
Cops responded after relatives arrived at the police station to report that the man, identified by police as Vincent Cordaro, 57, had threatened to kill them.
A memorial service was held Saturday for Joe Nadol, one of the six people killed in the Metro-North crash in Valhalla this week.
An infant in New Jersey may be the state’s first recent case of measles, part of an outbreak affecting 15 states so far.
The New York Civil Liberties Union and other petitioners have gone to court to demand that Judge William Garnett open the record in the Eric Garner case.
The crash Tuesday evening involved a Harlem Line train and a SUV that was stopped on the tracks at a crossing on Commerce Street in Valhalla.
Carl Heastie’s own record and background reflect the system he now vows to change. He received more than $23,000 in travel and accommodation reimbursements for legislative business.
Carl Heastie was elected speaker of the New York state Assembly on Tuesday, making him the first African-American to hold the powerful position.
Chocoholics rejoice! A New York City chocolate institution has new life after Superstorm Sandy nearly washed it up.
The unit of 350 cops will be specially trained in high-tech weaponry to deal with protests, lone-wolf attacks and evolving threats posed by terrorists.
A man shot by police after threatening them with a machete has received a $5,000 settlement from New York City.