Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand Introduces Legislation Expanding SNAP Eligibility For College StudentsUnder the legislation, 470,000 New York college students would qualify for food assistance.
Remains Of World War II Soldier From Binghamton IdentifiedDefense officials say the remains of Private First Class Morris Swackhammer were accounted for in June.
Authorities Seize Dozens Of Cars With Bogus Paper License Plates In HarlemThree loaded guns were also found.
FEMA Extends Application Deadline For New Jersey Residents Affected By IdaNew Jersey residents recovering from Hurricane Ida have more time to apply for federal assistance.
Connecticut Comptroller Kevin Lembo Resigns For Health ReasonsHis resignation is effective Dec. 31.
Riverhead School District Investigating 'Cyber Incident' Impacting Internet, EmailIt does not appear any student management data has been impacted.
NYPD: 1 Dead, Another Injured In Apparent Drug-Related Shooting At Brooklyn Short-Term Rental ApartmentPolice were responding to a 911 call about an assault in progress, but the officers found a man dead and another shot in the leg.
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Back On Stage After Pandemic Shutdown With Message Of HopeAlvin Ailey founded the company back in 1958 on the brink of the Civil Rights Movement, and it’s endured more than 60 years.
Department Of Justice Launches Civil Rights Investigation Into Mount Vernon Police DepartmentMount Vernon joins Louisville, Phoenix and Minneapolis as cities targeted by the Biden administration for a police civil rights probe.
Small Business Owners In Riverhead Hope Loyal Customers Will Shop Locally This Holiday SeasonThe Tanger Mall off the Long Island Expressway in Riverhead is a destination for many, sandwiched amid a whole host of big box stores, but drive a few miles to Main Street and a whole new world beckons.
People Without Homes Living Outdoors In Ocean County In Need Of Help As Winter ApproachesMinister Steve Brigham says he serves 30 homeless people in the woods in Ocean County, where there's no permanent shelter.
FDNY Probationary Firefighter Vincent Malveaux Dies After Medical Episode During Training ExerciseCommissioner Daniel Nigro said the 31-year-old from Brooklyn never regained consciousness and died Friday morning.
Suffolk County Police Officer Timothy Thrane Released From Hospital 1 Month After Being Hit By Alleged Drunk DriverThe 35-year-old underwent brain surgery and was in a medically induced coma for weeks.
'Harlem Ever After' Event Highlights Black Women-Owned BusinessesBlack women-owned businesses are showcasing their products at the Harlem Ever After pop-up shopping event this weekend at Harlem Parish.
Can New York City Enforce Its COVID Vaccine Mandate On Private And Religious Schools?The new mandate applies to about 56,000 employees at 938 schools across New York City.