Local service was restored to the E and F lines Saturday afternoon, but service was suspended again overnight Saturday into Sunday so that crews can finish cleaning up.
Sen. Schumer called the possibility of HUD opening up remaining Sandy funding for a national resiliency competition, unacceptable.
A chill has descended on the ranks of Mister Softee truck vendors in Queens, as someone is cleaning out their hard-earned cash.
Woodland Park, N.J. residents oppose the Passaic Valley Water Commission’s plans to drain the water at the Great Notch Reservoir and build huge water tanks in their place.
New Jersey’s bear population is booming, leaving some residents complaining they feel unsafe outside their homes.
A Queens man convicted of first-degree murder in the torture death of his ex-girlfriend in 2012 has been sentenced to life in prison without parole.
A prominent New York doctor has been ordered to pay up, after a patient said he was left sick and disabled after treatment.
Archbishop John J. Myers greeted congregants on Sunday, as a few demonstrators stood on the sidewalk outside of the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart.
The trailers have been used for kindergarten students for over 10 years, but parents and others claim the trailers have poor ventilation, are moldy and smell like mildew.
To complement its famous rust-colored structure, a green mat-like plant will soon carpet the roof of the Brooklyn arena.
The victims were identified as Darius Fletcher, 21; Jada Monique-Butts, 19; Crystal Gravely, 19; and Jaleel Furtado, 20. All of the victims were from East Elmhurst, Queens.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said now that funding for pre-kindergarten has been secured his administration can move forward with other education initiatives.
Mayor Bill de Blasio joined Sen. Charles Schumer on Saturday to announce his new plan to the city’s Build It Back program.
Autopsies were being conducted Saturday on the four people who died in a fire at a Jersey shore motel that housed some victims of Superstorm Sandy.
A grass roots movement has taken the matter of stopping speeding drivers and reducing pedestrian fatalities into its own hands.