Con Ed: Smart Gas Detectors Help Identify More Than 60 Serious LeaksThe utility company installed nearly 34,000 of the devices, mainly in Westchester County.
Most Lawmakers, Residents Eager To See What Legalized Marijuana Does For New York's COVID-Stricken EconomyLawmakers could pass legislation as soon as next week, legalizing recreational marijuana.
Road To Reopening: Public Officially Welcomed Back To Intrepid Sea, Air & Space MuseumIt will only be open four days a week for now, Thursdays through Sundays from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
'Scarce Air:' 50 Of Nike's Rarest Shoes Up For Auction At Sotheby'sBidding for "Scarce Air" began online Wednesday through Sotheby's Auction House.
Expert: Working From Home May Not End When Pandemic Does, Expect Hybrid Models To Be CommonWorking from home has become a way of life for countless people during the coronavirus pandemic.
Questions Raised About Safety Of Popular Seresto Flea CollarElanco, the parent company of Seresto, says "there is no established link between exposure to the active ingredients and death."
COVID Impact: NYS Legislature Under Intense Pressure To Not Raise Taxes On Businesses And The WealthyThe lights are on in office buildings all over New York City, but most of the workers have yet to return.
Grape Expectations: Here's Your Chance To Win Dream Job At California WineryIf you love wine -- and have a year to spare -- a Sonoma County winery has the dream job for you.
COVID In New York: Gym Owners, Fitness Class Instructors Ready For 33% Capacity Starting MondayGyms have been open for several months, but fitness classes had been off limits. But to begin the new work week, studios can hold classes at 33% capacity.
Child Dies In Accident Involving Peloton TreadmillCEO John Foley sent a letter to Tread+ owners Thursday, saying the warning comes after a "tragic accident involving a child and the Tread+, resulting in, unthinkably, a death."
New Bill In New Jersey Would Require Refunds From Venues For Weddings Canceled Due To The PandemicMany families have lost thousands of dollars.
Women's History Month: On Women Festival Ready To Once Again Showcase Some Of The Best Talent AroundIn celebration of Women's History Month, a theater company in Brooklyn is presenting a monthlong festival with a wide variety of work by, for and about women.
Lawmakers Mostly Excited About What American Rescue Plan Will Mean For Struggling Nassau And Suffolk CountiesVillage Hall in Farmingdale looks more like a fortress than a small seat of government. The plastic dividers installed at the front desk and in the court room, plus COVID-19 safety features.
Road To Reopening: NYC And N.J. Restaurants To Increase Indoor Dining Capacity To 50% Starting March 19More needed relief is coming to New York City and New Jersey restaurant owners.
Expert: Biden's American Rescue Plan Could Make Historic Impact On Child PovertyIncluded in President Joe Biden's massive COVID-19 relief package is a historic step that experts say will reduce child poverty.