Authorities are investigating after anti-Semitic graffiti was found spray-painted on a sidewalk in a predominantly Orthodox Jewish neighborhood of Rockland County.
A plane flying a banner advertisement over Coney Island and parts of Long Island Saturday created an uproar among residents.
The Anti-Defamation League said it urged the New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission to investigate after receiving multiple complaints about the driver.
Police in Nassau County were investigating Tuesday night, after someone spray-painted a swastika on a fence in a Cedarhurst neighborhood.
A swastika, pentagram, upside down cross and other graffiti were spray painted on playground equipment at San Remo Community Park in Kings Park between 5 p.m. Sunday and 9:30 a.m. Monday, police said.
The swastika and other graffiti was posted Monday night during the snowstorm. Several street signs were tagged and the swastika was painted on the garage door of a home, police said.
A federal lawsuit filed by three local families in the Pine Bush community of Orange County claims the school district tolerates the harassment of Jewish students.
Rabbi Dr. Bernhard Rosenberg is the son of Holocaust survivors. This is the second mayoral campaign sign in Edison to be defaced in the past three weeks.
A swastika was spray-painted on a car parked at Old Sylvan Lake Road in Hopewell Junction on Friday night.
Police on Monday were searching for a suspect who drew a swastika on an elevator button at the New York City Google headquarters in Chelsea.
Authorities in Elizabeth, N.J. are investigating a possible hate crime after vandals hit the New Hope Memorial Baptist Church daycare building and two church vans with graffiti.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS.
Painful and hurtful are how residents of East Meadow characterize the finding of swastikas drawn on the sidewalk here on Andrea Road and Sherwood Roads.
Police on Sunday were trying to find out who drew two swastikas on the sidewalk in East Meadow, Long Island.
A van and a light pole were sprayed with swastikas on East Second Street in Kensington, police said. The discovery came just days after swastikas were found on six separate locations in nearby Borough Park.