Fans Still Struggling To Get Refunds From Ticket Re-Seller StubHub For Concerts, Sporting Events Canceled Due To PandemicThe coronavirus pandemic forced the cancellation of an untold number of events. And new figures show more than half of ticket holders still haven't gotten their money back.
Over 860 People Sickened By Salmonella Outbreak Linked To OnionsThe CDC also recalled foods made with the onions, including cheese dips and salsas.
Following Deadly Accidents, Revel Makes Changes And Hopes To Be Back On New York City Streets SoonMayor Bill de Blasio is reviewing a plan from moped-sharing company Revel to make a return to city streets
Report: Rents Down Across New York City, Tens Of Thousands Of Units AvailableSince the coronavirus pandemic struck New York City, more people seem to be moving out. Yet, those staying put are doing so at a lower price.
Coronavirus Impact: Mayor De Blasio Says At This Point There Is No Plan To Allow Indoor Dining Any Time SoonReopening phases have come and gone, but as for dining at New York City restaurants, it remains outdoor only. So what is the plan when the seasons change and the temperatures drop?
Will They Have A Good Connection? Internet, Wi-Fi Issues Plaguing Families In Rural Parts Of New JerseyAs students adjust to remote learning, many in New Jersey are still struggling to connect to the internet. And in many rural communities, families lack access to Wi-Fi.
Doctors: Flu Shots A Must This Fall To Help Avoid Potential TwindemicThe viruses share symptoms, and fighting an outbreak of both could put more stress on our already exhausted health care system.
Postmaster General DeJoy Agrees To Testify Before House Oversight Committee On U.S. Postal Service ChangesA showdown is looming on Capitol Hill over controversial service changes at the U.S. Postal Service. They are changes that some fear could impact the election in November.
Democratic Leaders Press Postal Service Leaders For Answers On Delivery DelaysThe U.S. Postal Service is at the center of a fight that seems to be getting more intense by the day.
Businesses Helping Businesses: Chocolate Shop In Forest Hills Working To Assist Financial Futures Of Nearby StoresThey were first hit by the coronavirus pandemic and now some small businesses in Queens have been struck by crime.
Another Movie/TV Production Facility Coming To Brooklyn, This One With The Promise Of Jobs And InclusivitySteiner Studios just got the nod to open a second film and television production facility, this one in Sunset Park.
Black Women's Equal Pay Day Highlights Struggle Black Women Face Earning A LivingAccording to a think tank, the difference between the median yearly earnings is $23,000 in New York, nearly $31,000 in Connecticut, and more than $34,500 in New Jersey.
Pregnant Long Island Homeowner Worried, Stressed After Spending Nine Days Without PowerPSEG LI said it is in discussion with the Long Island Power Authority concerning possible rate payer reimbursement.
Queens Residents Still Struggling With Power Problems A Week After Storm; 'We're Living In A Third World Country Right Now'Tempers boiled over in the sweltering heat and sparks flew, quite literally, in Woodhaven on Tuesday.
Where Do States Stand On Trump's Unemployment Insurance Executive Order?States react to President Trump's executive order extending additional weekly unemployment insurance payments in the amount of $400.