FICO Changes Coming Soon May Impact Your Credit ScoreEighty million consumers will see their scores change by 20 or more points. Half will increase. Half will decrease.
NYC Council Passes Law Requiring Businesses To Accept CashCash is a universal currency and now New York City businesses will have to accept it.
115th New York Boat Show Opens At Javits CenterThe New York Boat Show sets sail Wednesday at the Javits Center, and runs through Sunday.
New Jersey Lottery Players Relish Opportunity To Win Powerball And Remain AnonymousWednesday night's Powerball drawing is $343 million. It's not a record or anything, but if someone does win they could be the first person to remain anonymous.
Your Local Bed Bath & Beyond Store May Be Closing SoonBed Bath & Beyond has announced plans to close dozens of stores, including three in our area.
Gov. Murphy: Once Again, NJ TRANSIT Fares Will Not Go UpThe decision marks three straight years without a fare hike. But at the same time a budget gap is expected for things like hiring new employees and replacing old bus and train fleets.
Preservation And Progress: How Will The City Council Find A Balance For NYC's Historic Neighborhoods?Development is changing the face of neighborhoods all over the city. While some call this progress, others believe it's destroying the history of New York.
Super Police Dog, Innovative Company Partnering To Find Many Missing Persons In Bergen CountyIt's as if she has no Kryptonite. A super-dog has already rescued dozens of people in Bergen County all on her own. But this police canine is getting some help to track down even more.
Taxi Medallion Holders Drowning In Debt May Soon Get Major Relief Under Proposed Refinancing LawTaxi medallions were once a luxury most livery drivers wanted, but thanks to rideshare apps like Uber, medallions are worth a lot less - leaving many owners drowning in debt.
Down Syndrome Group Partnering With L.I. College To Improve Google's Voice Recognition TechnologySome Long Islanders are helping to teach Google how to better understand them.
Coming To Work Sick No Act Of Heroics For Your Co-WorkersA survey from Accountemps found 90% of professional employees admit they sometimes go to the office sick.
Residents That Live Near LIRR's Third Track Project Dealing With A Lot Of Shake, Rattle And RollSome homeowners along the LIRR main line say their complaints to the MTA about intolerable noise and shaking homes have been falling on deaf ears.
Despite Upbeat Holiday Sales Numbers, Macy's Closing 29 Stores Including Hicksville And CommackMacy's is closing 29 stores in coming weeks despite the company reporting some improvement in comparable-stores sales during the crucial holiday shopping season.
N.J. May Soon Offer Incentives To Residents To Buy Electric VehiclesA bill making its way to Gov. Phil Murphy's desk aims to make electric cars more accessible and appealing to residents.
Pier 1 Imports Closing 450 Stores, Facing Bankruptcy RumorsStock in Pier 1 Imports tumbled nearly 17% on Monday after two big developments: the company said it was closing up to 450 stores and Bloomberg News reported the company is nearing a bankruptcy filing.