Passengers At LaGuardia, Other Airports Around Country Miffed By Southwest Airlines Mass Flight CancellationsThere were long lines and frustration at many airports nationwide this weekend on the heels of a slew of flight cancellations by Southwest, the nation's largest domestic airline.
Long Island Cemetery Again Under Fire, This Time For Gravesite MaintenanceA Long Island cemetery that messed up by burying people in the wrong plots is now allegedly neglecting to care for gravesites that families say they spent thousands of dollars on.
Facing Vaccine Mandate Deadline, Home Health Care Workers Union Hoping New York State Grants More TimeTens of thousands of home health care workers could lose their jobs Friday, if they don't get at least partially vaccinated by the end of Thursday.
Owner Of Midtown Shop Myzel's Chocolate Locked In Tough Lease Negotiations With Landlord; 'I Don't Want To Lose What I Have'A chocolate shop that has been making customers in Midtown happy for decades is facing a situation that is far from sweet.
NYC Takes Steps To Make Outdoor Dining Permanent Fixture On Streets And SidewalksThe guidelines will be released in the spring, and the application process is expected to start late next year.
Theater Renaissance Hits Long Island, Thanks To Local ProducersThere is unbridled enthusiasm in Long Island's growing theatrical community. After an 18-month-long shutdown, new regional and professional troupes are performing again.
Facebook Whistleblower Testifies Platform Has 'Not Earned The Right To Just Have Blind Trust In Them'Frances Haugen, who first came forward on "60 Minutes," told a Senate subcommittee on Tuesday that there is "no one" holding Mark Zuckerberg accountable except for himself.
Home Heating Expert Offers Advice On How Homeowners Can Cut Into High Prices For Oil And Natural Gas This WinterHome heating oil and natural gas prices are steadily climbing, and experts are warning homeowners that big winter bills could soon be on the way, even doubling in some cases.
'Juntos Crecemos' Program Helps Hispanic-Owned BusinessesShouldering both pandemic troubles and a systemic lack of access to capital, hundreds of Hispanic-owned businesses are getting a much-needed boost from the PepsiCo Foundation.
Stimulus Check Latest: Is A Fourth Relief Payment Coming?A spike in COVID cases is still preventing the ongoing economic recovery from reaching millions of Americans, though a fourth stimulus check could help.
Final Sears Store In New York City To Close In November Following Nearly 90 Years Of OperationAt the Flatbush, Brooklyn location's opening in 1932, Eleanor Roosevelt, then first lady of New York, addressed the audience.
Google To Buy St. John's Terminal In Lower Manhattan For $2.1 Billion“Google is leading the way here in our economic comeback but also further asserting what we know more and more: New York City is now one of the great tech capitals in the world,” Mayor Bill de Blasio said.
Stocks Slump As Investors Fret About Fed And China's Evergrande GroupU.S. stocks slumped on Monday as investors assessed a bevy of risks, including a possible shift in Federal Reserve guidance this week that could hurt corporate profits.
Lawyer For 1 Of 3 Texas Women Charged In Carmine's Brawl Says They Were Racially Discriminated AgainstThe chaotic scene at the restaurant was captured on cellphone video. In the immediate aftermath, police charged the three women with assault.
NYC Restaurant Owners Sound Off On Vaccine MandateRestaurant owners are pushing back against the city's mandate that requires eateries to ask for proof of vaccination for indoor dining.