‘John Travolta Day’ Has Fans Dancing In The Street Outside Lenny’s Pizza In BrooklynThe star returned to Bensonhurst on Tuesday, where he danced, signed autographs and, of course, ate pizza.
Lord & Taylor Will Close Flagship Store On Fifth AvenueTuesday’s announcement comes about seven months after its parent company, Hudson's Bay Co., said it would sell the century-old building to shared workspace company WeWork.
Puppy Returned After Being Stolen From Long Island Pet StoreCloud was back safely in the arms of the Petite Pets store manager Friday afternoon, after CBS2 did a story about his abduction.
Brooklyn Professor Found Beaten, Stabbed To Death Inside His Own Home, Sources SayPolice said they found 28-year-old Mirzo Atadzhanov covered in blood in a closet. He was charged with murder and burglary.
Legal Secretary Amasses $9 Million Fortune, Gives Most Of It To StudentsA legal secretary who grew up in the Great Depression and quietly amassed over $9 million through decades of investments has donated most of it to needy students.
‘You Just Don’t Know What To Expect:’ Subway Attacks Leave Straphangers On EdgeThe NYPD insists the number of reported crimes on the subway is down 9.5 percent over last year. Still, many riders are uneasy.
Spring Storm: Man Struck By Lightning, Subway Stairs Become Waterfall, Flooding Reported Across New YorkVideo posted on social media showed the subway stairs at the 145th Street and Broadway subway station turned into a waterfall.
'Fair Fare' Proposal Pushes For Half-Priced MetroCards For Low-Income New YorkersA coalition of community leaders and lawmakers called for half-priced MetroCards for low income New Yorkers in the upcoming budget.

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