Staff members made a video appealing for donations. They need $400,000 to help pay for $1.4 million in repairs.
Dr. Leonard Bielory with Rutgers University’s Robert Wood Johnson Medical School says to get ready for a one-two punch, as trees play catch-up.
Twenty-two people were injured, four critically, after the powerful blast and fire sent flames soaring and debris flying Thursday afternoon. Six members of the FDNY were hurt in the operation.
AAA looked at limited data from 2013. While it found that T-bone accidents were down 15 percent, it also discovered that rear-end crashes jumped 83 percent and accidents with injuries rose 29 percent.
Meanwhile on Long Island, Nassau County officials are urging people to report potholes using the “Nassau Now” mobile app.
Executive Ed Day says the financially troubled school district is failing and losing children to the penal system.
Gilda Radner had a rare gift. Even in her darkest days fighting cancer, the comedian knew laughter could be good medicine.
One crossing of concern is in Chappaqua near the old Readers Digest campus. Just off the Saw Mill River Parkway, Roaring Brook Road can back up as people head toward Horace Greeley High School.
Police in New Jersey say three off-duty officers were involved in a wrong-way crash on Staten Island that left one of the officers and a civilian dead and three others hurt.
A six-month investigation has led to the arrest in 42 burglaries in New Jersey, the Bergen County Prosecutor’s office announced Wednesday.
In New York City, 2,500 pothole crews are at work. Nearly 160,000 craters have been filled in the city.
The parade, which dates back to 1762, marched past St. Patrick’s Cathedral at 50th Street and ended at 79th Street.
John Fitzgerald’s group helps kids and adults in Ireland play baseball by sending over donations and expertise.
The emotional and physical challenges of caring for an ailing loved one at home can take a toll. Westchester County is there to help care for caregivers.
Police in New Jersey are writing more tickets for safety violations in the nearly four years since the state ended motor vehicle safety inspections.