Many are calling 50-year-old David Reichenberg a hero in the storm after he tried to save a father and his 6-year-old child entangled with a live, downed electrical wire
It is a timeless experience, but not in a good way. You wait and wait in a packed restaurant for your table, but nobody gets up to leave. However, according to a new survey, many diners say it’s time for a change.
They’re called Starbucks “squatters.” You know, those folks with their laptops who take all the seats and never seem to leave. But the coffee house giant has a plan brewing to fix that
The legend of Sasquatch — in New Jersey? There are those who say, yes, that a large, big foot-like creature is on the prowl and has been for years.
A 12-year-old Jersey City boy and an 11-year-old Brooklyn boy sustained minor injuries after the bear attacked their campsite in New Jersey early Wednesday morning.
It’s the stuff of dreams for some Staten Island baseball players. After winning the state championship Monday night, there are thoughts of greater glories, including, perhaps, a place in the Little League World Series.
An 85-year-old World War II veteran on Staten Island said he will keep a scorched flag hanging outside of his home until whoever torched it last week is caught.
The brutality of it all will resonate with almost anyone who’s gone into a bank to use an ATM. It’s a place where, like it or not, we can be vulnerable.
Outside the Norwegian Seamen’s Church on East 52nd Street, a small, heartfelt memorial burned for the slaughtered souls of the horrific killings in Norway.
Levi Aron faces up to life in prison without possibility of parole if convicted, Brooklyn DA Charles Hynes announced early Wednesday evening. Aron’s arraignment is scheduled for July 28.
From near and far, the Kletzky family is surrounded by a grieving community and some are coming from thousands of miles away to pay their respects.
Who is torching American flags? It’s a disturbing and potentially dangerous trend in one New Jersey community.
Accused burglary bandit, Mark McLloyd, must have thought he had free run of a home on Washington Avenue in Seaford as police said he began looting the place.
They lost their theater and thought they’d lost their dreams. But despite the odds, a Rockland County youth theater group somehow managed to get both back.
What’s the deal with all the road signs? It’s a questions being asked in Fair Haven and all across New Jersey these days.