With Fourth of July landing on a Saturday this year, Thursday has become the big getaway day for travelers.
As of midnight, Styrofoam products such as trays, cups, plates, clamshell containers and packing peanuts are banned at food service establishments, stores and manufacturers across the five boroughs.
The Republican governor launched his campaign in the old gymnasium of Livingston High School in the town of Livingston, where he experienced some of his first political victories.
Just 10 feet wide, Mamaroneck’s Skinny House attracts quite a bit of attention. Now, it shall be known as a monument to America’s great melting pot.
Dead bunker fish started washing up first on the shores of the Long Island Sound, and now on the Hudson River from Peekskill to New York Harbor.
Scrap metal thieves have jeopardized the safety of Orange & Rockland utility workers, authorities say.
The state Legislature approved Mayor Tom Roach’s request for cameras at 12 dangerous intersections.
Capt. Robert Smith of Station 9 in Yonkers was driving Sunday evening when he witnessed the truck go into the Saw Mill River near the parkway’s Odell Avenue overpass.
After years of hitting the road, Joe D’Urso of the rock band Joe D’Urso & Stone Caravan decided to start a music festival in his own backyard.
Assembly woman Ellen Jaffee said a strong monitor is needed because a state audit found the Orthodox Jewish majority on the board showed favoritism to Yeshiva students.
The steel girders are assembled 120 miles up a river and floated down by barge.
In Greenwich, the school is studying options for a schedule change following an online survey that found 77 percent of students in eighth to 12th grades and 75 percent of parents support a later start.
St. Anthony High School basketball coach Bob Hurley has four national titles and 12 state championships, and seven of his players made it to the NBA.
Paintball guns are supposed to be used for a game, but whoever has been leaving splatters on cars and homes in Queens is now pulling the trigger on people.
If the proposal is passed, it would be a first in the country requiring chain restaurants to label menu items that include 2,300 milligrams of sodium or more in an effort to help diners make healthier choices.