Residents Pose Election Year Questions At Manhattan Town MeetingManhattan residents came together in Harlem Wednesday evening to discuss mayoral election issues, in the third of five town meeting events with a panel of local reporters.
Suffolk County Police Warn Parents About Teen Drinking, Social Host LawSummer is here, and that means party season for teenagers. But even in the privacy of one’s own home, underage drinking is illegal and could land the adults behind bars – even if they’re not home at the time.
Swarm Of 30,000 Bees Found On Ledge High Atop Times SquareSome unwelcome visitors have appeared at the Crossroads of the World.
Expert Shares Tips For Dealing With Child Temper TantrumsAll parents face a dilemma when it comes to a child’s temper tantrum. How do you handle it? Do you jump into action or ignore it?
Fire Rages On Roof Of Greenwich Village Apartment BuildingAn extra-alarm fire was raging early Wednesday evening on the roof of a Greenwich Village apartment building.
Researchers Test Patch That Lets People Give Themselves Flu VaccineOnly 40 percent of adults in the United States get a flu shot each year, but a skin patch could change the way they receive the annual vaccine.
Republican Paul Massey Drops Out Of Mayoral Race"Unfortunately, the cost of running for office is extraordinary, and I do not see a path to raising the necessary funds to beat an incumbent mayor," Massey said Wednesday.
PSEG Crews Prepare For Hurricane Season On Long IslandLinemen took turns being hoisted high into the air to inspect power lines at the utility's headquarters in Hicksville.
Vandal Hurls Statues At Historic SoHo Church; Damage May Be IrreparableA vandal targeted a historic church in SoHo this week, throwing statues outside St. Anthony of Padua Church.
Clerk Opens Fire During Attempted Robbery Of Gun Store In BrooklynAn attempted robbery ended in gunfire at a Brooklyn gun store Wednesday morning.
Firefighters Battle 3-Alarm Blaze In Westchester CountyThe fire broke out at a home on Leroy Road in Chappaqua shortly after 4 p.m. Wednesday.
2 Track Supervisors Suspended Following Subway Derailment In HarlemTrain service on the A, B, C and D lines resumed Wednesday morning with delays after crews worked through the night to finish repairs for the morning commute.