Students Dine On All-Veggie Menus As ‘Meatless Mondays’ Hit Some City SchoolsAll veggie menus are a growing trend that will now spread to New York City schools.
Spooktacular Halloween Displays Bring Delight And Fright To QueensTis' the season for goblins, ghosts, and ghouls decorating homes to delight and frighten those who pass by.
Community, County At Odds Over Who Should Pay For New L.I. Sewage Treatment PlantA dispute over a discharge – who should pay to replace an outdated, potentially polluting sewage treatment plant.
New Yorkers Walk In Support Of Research For Cure For LupusNew Yorkers put on their walking shoes Saturday to raise funds for research for a cure for lupus – a serious chronic autoimmune disease.
Sculpture In Madison, N.J. Building Since 1930s Turns Out To Be Authentic RodinIt was lost back in the 1930s, but a sculpture by Auguste Rodin has been found in Madison, New Jersey.
Man Accused Of Illegally Hunting Deer In Popular Staten Island ParkAn off-duty police officer found Cody Pernice, of upstate New York, propped high up on a tree stand holding a crossbow.
Thousands Of Fans Converge On Javits Center For New York Comic ConLines stretched down 11th Avenue Thursday morning as fans waited their turns to enter the unparalleled production.
Long Island Jail Inmates Train Dogs Deemed UnadoptableThere are a lot of dogs living in shelters that aren't considered adoptable, but some of them are now getting a second chance by getting paired with men in jail.
Parks Department In Search Of Solution To Booming Staten Island Deer PopulationAn exploding deer population is creating dangerous driving conditions on Staten Island.
Mariano Rivera Helps Collect Donations For Hurricane, Earthquake SurvivorsWhile many first responders from the Tri-State Area traveled to Puerto Rico to help following Hurricane Maria, others here at home are stepping up to the plate, too.
Turkey Chases Woman Down The Street, Terrorizes Larchmont NeighborhoodSome Larchmont residents spent most of the morning caged up in their own homes.
Perfect Beach Days On Tap For First Weekend Of FallIt's the first day of fall but with summer-like weather expected for the first weekend of the season, lifeguards will be back on duty at some beaches. 

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