Mayor Demeza Delhomme was jailed Friday for allegedly failing to open a civic center building for Spring Valley’s summer camp.
It came out of nowhere! A car crashed and burst into flames near fuel pumps at a gas station in Paterson.
The school’s superintendent said the moment a panicked parent called wondering where his child was, the school board called the bus company contracted to transport summer program students, and when they couldn’t reach the company, they called police.
In an appeal from the pulpit, the Rev. Al Sharpton is demanding justice for the Staten Island man who died after an apparent police choke hold.
A group of festival fans decided not to let the rain put a damper on their fun this past weekend, but wound up furious as the rain brought the music to a halt while leaving them stranded.
Police have made an arrest in the death of a young Long Island mother whose body was found in a wooded area in Medford, last month.
Mention the summer of ’69, and you may think of the 1985 Bryan Adams song of that title, which was not really about the summer of 1969 when Adams was just 10 years old.
Forget about “London Bridge falling down, my fair lady” – it’s the Brooklyn Bridge that visibly broke apart this week, or at least a small section of its façade.
Tens of thousands of worshipers around the world headed to Queens Tuesday, to observe the anniversary of the death of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson.
Surveillance video of the attack shows the lab being thrown around like a rag doll, its throat then gripped by the pit bull’s teeth.
Cops found Brendan Tevlin, of Livingston, dead from an apparent gunshot wound, authorities said.
Two teens were pulled from the Bronx River on Friday, one of them is dead, the other was fighting for his life.
Nearly two weeks ago, Daniel St. Hubert allegedly stabbed Capers and her best friend, 6-year-old Prince Joshua “P.J.” Avitto inside an elevator at the Boulevard Houses in East New York.
New York City is leading the drive to be ready in case of another housing emergency like the one that followed Superstorm Sandy.
City parking meters already offer a five-minute grace period. But now a city councilman wants to ease the mad dash for the meter at the end of the day by rounding up, in some cases, your final parking payment.