Residents of Glendale, Queens were complaining Wednesday night that a planned explosion for a TV drama show damaged their homes.
A man was shot and wounded in East Harlem late Monday afternoon, and a bullet also struck a passing city bus.
The league goes beyond baseball as the only Little League organization in the country run and coached by police officers.
An Apple Store is rumored to be set to open on the Upper East Side, and the thought of the potential new neighbor has residents divided.
Anyone with information is asking to contact the Rutgers Police Department’s Detective Bureau at (848) 932-8025.
Four teens in Clifton, New Jersey have been charged with a violent armed robbery – and the victims are two of their classmates.
If you’re thinking about hitting a tanning bed to get a head start on your summer tan, you might want to think again.
A Queens family had been stuck living in their yard since Superstorm Sandy hit two and a half years ago, but with the help of hundreds of volunteers, their home finally has been repaired.
The Town of Huntington is providing 500 residents with a vial containing a plant-based product which leaves an invisible mark on valuables, which can be traced back to the owner if stolen.
A local Christian college has been rocked by a sex scandal involving the women’s softball coach and several members of the team.
It’s even worse than Lyme disease. Ticks in our area have been found to carry a rare, potentially life-threatening, virus.
Police are warning about a new phone scam that can wipe out everything on your computer and steal all of your information.
Rutgers University has banned fraternity and sorority house parties for the rest of the spring semester. The ban follows several alcohol-related problems this school year, including the death of a student.
Twenty-two people were injured, four critically, after the powerful blast and fire sent flames soaring and debris flying Thursday afternoon. Six members of the FDNY were hurt in the operation.
A gas explosion ripped through four buildings and ended up leveling three of them, leaving a total of 19 people injured in a bustling section of the East Village Thursday afternoon.