A pock in the pavement on a Bronx street has amounted to something between a nuisance and a nightmare.
One of the teens then went over to five homeless people sleeping in the vestibule of a Men’s Wearhouse store and wanted them to move, the witness said.
The city’s DEP performed the emergency overnight repairs.
The sinkhole on 10th Street near 4th Avenue in Park Slope is so deep it looks like an open cave.
A promising young basketball team has had their dreams dashed because their travel money is gone, and so is their coach.
Aron Aranbayev, who suffered severe head trauma, died Monday at Jamaica Hospital, authorities said.
The NYTimes first reported the revelations Saturday after obtaining a copy of a transcript from a deposition Cosby gave in a lawsuit filed by a former Temple University employee who alleges he drugged and molested her.
The Bonnie Braves face a serious challenge, one that has nothing to do with talent, hard work or heart.
A total of 120,000 drivers a day take the Lincoln Tunnel Helix and deal with the punishing toll – and construction work to repair the aging section is dragging on.
It may have been the final act of a drama that’s had all of Broadway talking.
Penalties for a grade-fixing scandal will not help the John Dewey High School graduating class of 2014 – which suffered most from the improper rush to push students who were not ready out the door.
A Rockland County mother was facing serious charges Tuesday, accused of tying her child to a bush while she went to babysit.
A Long Island woman got a close call at a remote home near the Canadian border, when she received a knock on her door at 2 a.m. when two prison escapees were still on the run.
Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina is now being protected from questions by a security guard.
From the Church of St Joseph in Garden City to the House of the Lord Church in Brooklyn, there is no denying the despair of what happened.