A Brooklyn man says he’s received hundreds of death threats — all because of a case of mistaken identity.
Students were asked to read a speech he gave and write about whether the mayor’s career has been defined by successes or failures.
Break-ins in the 112th precinct — which includes Forest Hills and Rego Park — are up 28.7 percent this year compared to 2012.
Humpback whales have been spotted just a few hundred yards from the Queens shoreline.
The taxpayer-funded security system will augment an already insular ultra-Orthodox community that has its own volunteer police force, ambulances and schools.
Police are warning residents in Saddle River and nearby towns to lock up their valuables.
Some of the overhead lights on the busy roadway between Knapp Street and Flatbush Avenue were badly damaged in superstorm Sandy nearly 11 months ago. The lights have still not been fixed.
The law has caught up to some Midtown food truck vendors, and it means some New Yorkers will not be able to get their favorite cheap lunches anymore.
A long football season is in order for one New Jersey school that just had five of their football coaches suspended.
As you sit down to dinner, this story illustrates eating out like you have never experienced before. We are talking about super-secret, illegal dining experiences hosted in homes.
Residents in one Brooklyn neighborhood were upset they could not find street parking, so they complained — and that triggered a multi-state investigation.
Imagine thieves draining your bank account, and the bank accusing you of being in on the heist.
Some Breezy Point residents say they’re being ripped off by the people they hired to help them rebuild.
Ocean Parkway in Brooklyn is considered one of the borough’s most dangerous streets for pedestrians, and a woman’s recent death on the roadway has some residents angry.
His story began in 1964, when Chester and Dora Fronczak had given birth to a baby boy in a Chicago hospital. They named the boy Paul Joseph Fronczak.