As motorcyclists in uniform and armored personnel carriers escorted the vehicle carrying Mandela’s casket to the family compound, people lining the route sang, applauded and, in some cases, wept.
Black Friday might feel like a holiday — but it’s not. At least not when it comes to the city’s parking regulations, WCBS 880’s Jim Smith reported.
A female graduate student developed meningitis symptoms on Wednesday and was hospitalized on Thursday.
A suggestion box has been set up in the village where New Yorkers can submit their ideas for the best way to move the city forward.
A recent AARP survey found that nearly two-thirds of baby boomers preparing for retirement will move out of the city because it is too expensive.
Steve Porter, one of the radio journalists who helped launch the all-new format at WCBS 880, is being remembered for his many achievements in broadcasting.
Aster Degano, 13, had trouble breathing and couldn’t attend school because of the soccer ball-sized mass, WCBS 880’s Marla Diamond reported.
Despite his poll numbers may be hovering above 40 percent, De Blasio said he still expects to be locked in a runoff after Tuesday’s primary — though he wouldn’t say who he’d prefer to run against. That, he said, is for the people to decide.
Schools in Great Neck, Lawrence, South Huntington, Plainedge, Malverne and Hempstead districts were put on a list of schools needing improvement.
William Irwin, 59, claims police used excessive force when they raided the rooming housing where he resides, WCBS 880’s Fran Schneidau reported. The authorities were searching for one of Irwin’s housemates.
Caretakers at Shoreland Memorial Cemetery in Hazlet were the first ones to notice that something was wrong. It seems that someone had been stealing brass vases off of graves.
The interaction sparked a massive social media response which left Jeopardy’s Facebook page peppered with comments from people who were also bothered by the way the boy was treated.
The board is expected to consider the recommendation on Monday. If it denies the funds, Liu’s campaign would be severely hampered financially.
Stories From Main Street: NJ Transplant Recipient Won’t Compete At World Transplant Games Due To Lack Of Funds
After a lifetime of health struggles, Muran Vinszee was seemingly the perfect candidate to represent the United States and New Jersey in the World Transplant Games in Durban, South Africa. At the last minute, donations for the trip fell short.
Now Long Beach Medical Center is repaired and is ready for business, but state health officials are refusing to allow it to reopen until it comes up with a better financial plan or merges with another medical center.