Plan In Place To Bring High Line-Style 9-Mile Greenway To N.J.Every year, 8 million people visit Manhattan's West Side greenway oasis, known as the High Line. Now there is a plan to bring that same kind of space to New Jersey in a big way.
New Yorkers Can Enter To Win Free Giants, Jets And Bills Tickets With COVID VaccinePeople who receive a shot between now and October 25 can enter to win.
Exclusive: Credit Card Knives, Ammo Jewelry Just Some Of Items TSA Confiscates From Passengers Trying To Get On PlanesWith many people tired of the COVID-19 pandemic and taking trips, the Transportation Security Administration -- or TSA -- is catching more bizarre items in security.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Partners With Women To Raise Awareness About Fertility Struggles Among African-AmericansIt's a subject women are too often silent about -- fertility.
AFSP Suicide Prevention Walk To Be Held Sunday, Oct. 24Join us Sunday, October 24 at Pier 16, South Street Seaport as we walk to raise awareness and let people know they are not alone.
New York City Teachers, Parents Voice Concerns About Changing School COVID Safety ProtocolsSome teachers say the rules are too reactionary and not working to keep things safe. Parents say it's hard for them to check up on the already existing ones.
Ballet Hispanico 'Leads You Through Awareness, Discovery And Expansion Of Understanding' Of Latinx CultureThe mission of Ballet Hispanico - since its start 50 years ago - has been to provide access.
UN General Assembly Brings Road Closures, Gridlock To NYCNew Yorkers can expect gridlock when the United Nations General Assembly convenes this week.
'Curtain Up!' Festival Celebrates Broadway's Reopening With 3-Day Festival In Times SquareThe packaged schedule on two stages kicked off at noon Friday in Duffy Square.
Clinical Trial At Hackensack University Medical Center Aims To Offer Treatment For Alzheimer's AgitationHackensack University Medical Center is starting a clinical trial for a drug that’s actually an antidepressant.
Ida's Aftermath: Business Owners In Hard-Hit Mamaroneck Keeping Their Spirits Up As Recovery ContinuesBusinesses in the Westchester County village are working to recover, but the process requires patience, hard work, and a good measure of optimism.
4 N.J. Towns Under Boil Water Advisory Due To Excessive Runoff“It has been terrible with no water. With no drinking water, you can’t even cook a decent meal," Leroy Wiggins said.
Ida's Aftermath: Wounded By Storm, Somerset County Food Pantry Needs Help To Keep Helping OthersFeeding Hands food distribution normally features more than 60 volunteers loading necessities into cars and carts for those in need, but it has suffered a major setback.
Parents Of Missing Long Island Woman Gabby Petito Issue Tearful Plea For 22-Year-Old's Safe Return HomeThe parents of a missing woman originally from Long Island need help finding her. She was on a cross country trip when communication went dry.
Employers Hosting Job Fairs On Long Island In Dash To Hire WorkersWith pandemic unemployment assistance now gone, families are no longer seeing the extra money each week that helped so many through layoffs and cutbacks.