A fire apparently started by a candle set off some old munitions at a Westchester County home, authorities said.
The county is trying a new tactic by having the county Health Department target violations.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo visited the LGBT center on W. 13th Street Wednesday to unveil a blueprint that is intended to end the AIDS epidemic.
Police are searching for multiple gunmen who opened fire outside a Brooklyn church Monday night, shooting six people, two of which are dead.
Stories From Main Street: Early Intervention Programs For Kids With Disabilities Face Financial Obstacles
Jawonio’s Jerry Staller said that over the years funding for early intervention programs has not kept pace. Some therapists have even called it quits.
A New Jersey lawmaker wants to ban an organic herb fueling the latest drug craze among teens.
A top New York education official says the state’s deadline for new teacher evaluation plans is unrealistic and is directing the Education Department to give districts more time.
In Connecticut, it’s estimated nearly 10 percent of drivers talk or text behind the wheel.
It’s like a coyote village behind a home on Summit Street in Norwood, as four coyote dens were found in the wooded area of a backyard.
A Norwood resident who was attacked by a coyote while walking his dog said he thought it was a dog approaching him.
Following spring break, a honking, hissing, flapping gander started swooping down and chasing people in the lot near the school’s auditorium.
At 65, retired teacher Richard Albero from New Jersey found himself asking the big questions: “What’s it all about? Why am I here? What have I done?”
The Congregation Sons of Israel in Upper Nyack is standing firm in the face of hate.
There’s certainly an attraction to the Clarkstown, New York, parks, pools and manicured fields, but some residents complain the town parks are being overrun by out-of-towners.
Amid the controversy over Common Core-aligned tests for public school students, one thing is clear: the opt-out movement is growing.